Preliminary prospectus

• A preliminary version of a prospectus.

• The document that provides most of the information investors require to make an informed decision regarding the investment merits of the security issue; however, the preliminary prospectus has only just been prepared and submitted to the provincial securities regulators for final approval, hence public sale of the securities cannot commence based only upon the preliminary prospectus.

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