|| The National Instrument 13-101
-- System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval
(SEDAR) (NI 13-101) provides that an electronic
filer must file certain documents with the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA)
in electronic format. In addition, NI 13-101 provides
that fees payable to the CSA for the filing
of a document must be paid by electronic payment. SEDAR System Fees must also be paid by
electronic payment. SEDAR facilitates the electronic payment by permitting filing service subscribers to maintain an
EDI bank account and to issue electronic payment instructions at the time an
electronic filing is transmitted.
In order to do this, the electronic filer must:
Filing agents include law firms, financial printers, trust companies acting as transfer agents and registrars, news release disseminators and other service providers. Electronic filers may choose to become filing service subscribers to make certain electronic filings directly where it is convenient to do so, and to rely upon filing agents to make other electronic filings on their behalf where this is more efficient or otherwise appropriate.
To become a filing service subscriber you must: