Reporting Jurisdictions definition

Reporting Jurisdictions means the Provinces of British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario;
Reporting Jurisdictions has the meaning ascribed thereto in section 3.2(f) hereof;

Examples of Reporting Jurisdictions in a sentence

In particular, without limiting the foregoing, the Buyer is in compliance at the Execution Date with its obligations to make timely disclosure of all material changes relating to it and no material change relating to the Buyer has occurred with respect to which the requisite material change report has not been publicly disclosed under Applicable Securities Laws in the Reporting Jurisdictions and no such disclosure has been made on a confidential basis.

The Buyer is a reporting issuer under Applicable Securities Laws in each of the Reporting Jurisdictions.


More Definitions of Reporting Jurisdictions

Reporting Jurisdictions means each of the Provinces of Canada;
Reporting Jurisdictions means British Columbia and Alberta;
Reporting Jurisdictions means all of the provinces of Canada;
Reporting Jurisdictions means all of the jurisdictions in Canada in which the Borrower is a “reporting issuer”, including as of the date hereof, the Provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario.
Reporting Jurisdictions means, collectively, the Provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario and Nova Scotia;
Reporting Jurisdictions means, collectively, British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario.