Vol. 149, No. 29 — July 18, 2015

PARLIAMENT

HOUSE OF COMMONS

Second Session, Forty-First Parliament

PRIVATE BILLS

Standing Order 130 respecting notices of intended applications for private bills was published in the Canada Gazette, Part I, on October 19, 2013.

For further information, contact the Private Members’ Business Office, House of Commons, Centre Block, Room 134-C, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6, 613-992-6443.

AUDREY O’BRIEN
Clerk of the House of Commons

ROYAL ASSENT

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

On Tuesday, June 30, 2015, His Excellency the Governor General signified assent in Her Majesty’s name to the Bill listed below.

Assent was signified by written declaration, pursuant to the Royal Assent Act, S.C. 2002, c. 15. Section 5 of that Act provides that each Act “. . . is deemed to be assented to on the day on which the two Houses of Parliament have been notified of the declaration.”

The Senate was notified of the written declaration on Tuesday, June 30, 2015.

The House of Commons was notified of the written declaration on Tuesday, June 30, 2015.

An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (requirements for labour organizations)

(Bill C-377, chapter 41, 2015)

CHARLES ROBERT
Clerk of the Senate and
Clerk of the Parliaments

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COMMISSIONER OF CANADA ELECTIONS

CANADA ELECTIONS ACT

Compliance agreement

This notice is published by the Commissioner of Canada Elections, pursuant to section 521 of the Canada Elections Act, S.C. 2000, c. 9.

On June 23, 2015, the Commissioner of Canada Elections entered into a compliance agreement with Air Labrador Ltd., pursuant to section 517 of the Canada Elections Act. The text of the compliance agreement is set out in full below.

June 23, 2015

YVES CÔTÉ, Q.C.
Commissioner of Canada Elections

COMPLIANCE AGREEMENT

Statement of the Contracting Party

I, Phillipe Earle, of the Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, am the President and CEO of Air Labrador Ltd., and I have the authority to enter into this Compliance Agreement on behalf of Air Labrador Ltd. Air Labrador Ltd. is hereinafter referred to as the “Contracting Party”.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that, pursuant to subsection 404(1) and paragraphs 497(1)(i) and 497(3)(f.1) of the Canada Elections Act (the Act), it is an offence under the Act for a person or entity that is not an individual to make a contribution, whether monetary or non-monetary, to a candidate’s campaign.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that Air Labrador Ltd., at my direction, did provide a contribution by way of a corporate cheque dated April 19, 2011, in the amount of $1,000.00, to the campaign of Peter Penashue, a candidate in the 2011 federal general election.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that this contribution to a candidate’s electoral campaign by an entity that is not an individual could constitute an offence under paragraph 497(1)(i) or 497(3)(f.1) of the Act.

Agreement

The Contracting Party acknowledges and accepts responsibility for these acts.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that the Commissioner has advised it of its right to be represented by counsel and that it has had the opportunity to obtain counsel.

The Contracting Party understands that this acknowledgement of non-compliance does not constitute a guilty plea in the criminal sense and that no record of conviction is created as a result of admitting responsibility for the activity that constitutes an offence.

The Contracting Party consents to the publication of this Compliance Agreement in the Canada Gazette and on the Commissioner’s website, since, in accordance with section 521 of the Act, the compliance agreement must be published.

The Contracting Party undertakes to comply with the restrictions on corporate contributions set out in the Act by taking the necessary measures to ensure that any current or future officer or employee of Air Labrador Ltd. is aware that the corporation cannot make a federal political contribution and cannot conceal the source of such a contribution by providing money, property, or services to an individual for that purpose.

The Contracting Party further undertakes to provide confirmation to the Commissioner that the above-mentioned measures have been established.

The Commissioner accepts the statements, admissions, and undertakings of the Contracting Party, and in deciding to enter into this Compliance Agreement, took into consideration the full cooperation of the Contracting Party in his investigation of this matter.

Signed by the Contracting Party,
in the City of Happy Valley-Goose Bay,
this 6th day of May 2015.

By: Phillipe Earle

Authorized signatory,
President and Chief Executive Officer of Air Labrador Ltd.

Signed by the Commissioner of Canada Elections,
in the City of Gatineau,
this 23rd day of June 2015.

Yves Côté, Q.C.
Commissioner of Canada Elections

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COMMISSIONER OF CANADA ELECTIONS

CANADA ELECTIONS ACT

Compliance agreement

This notice is published by the Commissioner of Canada Elections, pursuant to section 521 of the Canada Elections Act, S.C. 2000, c. 9.

On June 23, 2015, the Commissioner of Canada Elections entered into a compliance agreement with Dee-Max Innu Tautshuap Ltd., pursuant to section 517 of the Canada Elections Act. The text of the compliance agreement is set out in full below.

June 23, 2015

YVES CÔTÉ, Q.C.
Commissioner of Canada Elections

COMPLIANCE AGREEMENT

Statement of the Contracting Party

I, Paul Snelgrove, of the Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, am Manager of Dee-Max Innu Tautshuap Ltd., for which I have a 100% management contract, and I have the authority to enter into this Compliance Agreement on behalf of Dee-Max Innu Tautshuap Ltd. Dee-Max Innu Tautshuap Ltd. is hereinafter referred to as the “Contracting Party”.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that, pursuant to subsection 404(1) and paragraphs 497(1)(i) and 497(3)(f.1) of the Canada Elections Act (the Act), it is an offence under the Act for a person or entity that is not an individual to make a contribution, whether monetary or non-monetary, to a candidate’s campaign.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that on April 7, 2011, Dee-Max Innu Tautshuap Ltd., at my direction, did provide a contribution by way of a corporate cheque dated April 7, 2011, in the amount of $1,000.00, to the campaign of Peter Penashue, a candidate in the 2011 federal general election.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that this contribution to a candidate’s electoral campaign by an entity that is not an individual could constitute an offence under paragraph 497(1)(i) or 497(3)(f.1) of the Act.

Agreement

Although it was not aware of the relevant legal provisions at the time it made its contribution, the Contracting Party acknowledges and accepts full responsibility for its acts.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that the Commissioner has advised it of its right to be represented by counsel and that it has had the opportunity to obtain counsel.

The Contracting Party understands that this acknowledgement of non-compliance does not constitute a guilty plea in the criminal sense and that no record of conviction is created as a result of admitting responsibility for the activity that constitutes an offence.

The Contracting Party consents to the publication of this Compliance Agreement in the Canada Gazette and on the Commissioner’s website, since, in accordance with section 521 of the Act, the compliance agreement must be published.

The Contracting Party undertakes to comply with the restrictions on corporate contributions set out in the Act by taking the necessary measures to ensure that any current or future officer or employee of Dee-Max Innu Tautshuap Ltd. is aware that the corporation cannot make a federal political contribution and cannot conceal the source of such a contribution by providing money, property, or services to an individual for that purpose.

The Contracting Party further undertakes to provide confirmation to the Commissioner that the above-mentioned measures have been established.

The Commissioner accepts the statements, admissions, and undertakings of the Contracting Party, and in deciding to enter into this Compliance Agreement, took into consideration the full cooperation of the Contracting Party in his investigation of this matter.

Signed by the Contracting Party,
in the City of Happy Valley-Goose Bay,
this 2nd day of June 2015.

By: Paul Snelgrove

Authorized signatory and Manager of
Dee-Max Innu Tautshuap Ltd.

Signed by the Commissioner of Canada Elections,
in the City of Gatineau,
this 23rd day of June 2015.

Yves Côté, Q.C.
Commissioner of Canada Elections

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COMMISSIONER OF CANADA ELECTIONS

CANADA ELECTIONS ACT

Compliance agreement

This notice is published by the Commissioner of Canada Elections, pursuant to section 521 of the Canada Elections Act, S.C. 2000, c. 9.

On June 23, 2015, the Commissioner of Canada Elections entered into a compliance agreement with Innu-Chiasson Construction Ltd., pursuant to section 517 of the Canada Elections Act. The text of the compliance agreement is set out in full below.

June 23, 2015

YVES CÔTÉ, Q.C.
Commissioner of Canada Elections

COMPLIANCE AGREEMENT

Statement of the Contracting Party

I, Laurence Barry, of the Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, am the President of Innu-Chiasson Construction Ltd. Innu-Chiasson Construction Ltd. is hereinafter referred to as the “Contracting Party”.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that, pursuant to subsection 404(1) and paragraphs 497(1)(i) and 497(3)(f.1) of the Canada Elections Act (the Act), it is an offence under the Act for a person or entity that is not an individual to make a contribution, whether monetary or non-monetary, to a candidate’s campaign.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that it did, at my direction, provide a contribution by way of a corporate cheque dated April 26, 2011, in the amount of $1,000.00, to the campaign of Peter Penashue, a candidate in the 2011 federal general election.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that this contribution to a candidate’s electoral campaign by an entity that is not an individual could constitute an offence under paragraph 497(1)(i) or 497(3)(f.1) of the Act.

Agreement

The Contracting Party acknowledges and accepts responsibility for these acts.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that the Commissioner of Canada Elections (the Commissioner) has advised it of its right to be represented by counsel and that it has had the opportunity to obtain counsel.

The Contracting Party understands that this acknowledgement of non-compliance does not constitute a guilty plea in the criminal sense and that no record of conviction is created as a result of admitting responsibility for the activity that constitutes an offence.

The Contracting Party consents to the publication of this Compliance Agreement in the Canada Gazette and on the Commissioner’s website, since, in accordance with section 521 of the Act, the compliance agreement must be published.

The Contracting Party undertakes to take measures to ensure that any current or future officer or employee of Innu-Chiasson Construction Ltd. is aware of the relevant prohibitions under the Act and, in particular, that Innu-Chiasson Construction Ltd. cannot make a federal political contribution.

The Contracting Party further undertakes to provide confirmation to the Commissioner that the above-mentioned measures have been established.

The Commissioner accepts the statements, admissions, and undertakings of the Contracting Party, and in deciding to enter into this Compliance Agreement, took into consideration the full cooperation of the Contracting Party in his investigation of this matter.

Signed by the Contracting Party,
in the City of Happy Valley-Goose Bay,
this 15th day of April 2015.

By: Laurence Barry

Authorized signatory and President of
Innu-Chiasson Construction Ltd.

Signed by the Commissioner of Canada Elections,
in the City of Gatineau,
this 23rd day of June 2015.

Yves Côté, Q.C.
Commissioner of Canada Elections

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COMMISSIONER OF CANADA ELECTIONS

CANADA ELECTIONS ACT

Compliance agreement

This notice is published by the Commissioner of Canada Elections, pursuant to section 521 of the Canada Elections Act, S.C. 2000, c. 9.

On April 8, 2015, the Commissioner of Canada Elections entered into a compliance agreement with Kakatshu Construction Ltd., pursuant to section 517 of the Canada Elections Act. The text of the compliance agreement is set out in full below.

June 23, 2015

YVES CÔTÉ, Q.C.
Commissioner of Canada Elections

COMPLIANCE AGREEMENT

Statement of the Contracting Party

I, Michael Hickey, of the Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, am the Managing Director of Kakatshu Construction Ltd., and I have the authority to enter into this Compliance Agreement on behalf of Kakatshu Construction Ltd. Kakatshu Construction Ltd. is hereinafter referred to as the “Contracting Party”.

The Contracting party acknowledges that, pursuant to subsection 404(1) and paragraphs 497(1)(i) and 497(3)(f.1) of the Canada Elections Act (the Act), it is an offence under the Act for a person or entity that is not an individual to make a contribution, whether monetary or non-monetary, to a candidate’s campaign.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that Kakatshu Construction Ltd., at my direction, did provide a contribution by way of a corporate cheque dated April 15, 2011, in the amount of $1,000.00, to the campaign of Peter Penashue, a candidate in the 2011 federal general election.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that this contribution to a candidate’s electoral campaign by an entity that is not an individual could constitute an offence under paragraph 497(1)(i) or 497(3)(f.1) of the Act.

Agreement

The Contracting Party acknowledges and accepts responsibility for these acts.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that the Commissioner has advised it of its right to be represented by counsel and that it has had the opportunity to obtain counsel.

The Contracting Party understands that this acknowledgement of non-compliance does not constitute a guilty plea in the criminal sense and that no record of conviction is created as a result of admitting responsibility for the activity that constitutes an offence.

The Contracting Party consents to the publication of this Compliance Agreement in the Canada Gazette and on the Commissioner’s website, since, in accordance with section 521 of the Act, the compliance agreement must be published.

The Contracting Party undertakes to comply with the restrictions on corporate contributions set out in the Act by taking the necessary measures to ensure that any current or future officer or employee of Kakatshu Construction Ltd. is aware that the corporation cannot make a federal political contribution and cannot conceal the source of such a contribution by providing money, property, or services to an individual for that purpose.

The Contracting Party further undertakes to provide confirmation to the Commissioner that the above-mentioned measures have been established.

The Commissioner accepts the statements, admissions, and undertakings of the Contracting Party, and in deciding to enter into this Compliance Agreement, took into consideration the full cooperation of the Contracting Party in his investigation of this matter.

Signed by the Contracting Party,
in the City of Happy Valley-Goose Bay,
this 17th day of March 2015.

By: Michael Hickey

Authorized signatory and Managing Director of
Kakatshu Construction Ltd
.

Signed by the Commissioner of Canada Elections,
in the City of Gatineau,
this 8th day of April 2015.

Yves Côté, Q.C.
Commissioner of Canada Elections

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COMMISSIONER OF CANADA ELECTIONS

CANADA ELECTIONS ACT

Compliance agreement

This notice is published by the Commissioner of Canada Elections, pursuant to section 521 of the Canada Elections Act, S.C. 2000, c. 9.

On June 23, 2015, the Commissioner of Canada Elections entered into a compliance agreement with Labrador Sales Ltd., pursuant to section 517 of the Canada Elections Act. The text of the compliance agreement is set out in full below.

June 23, 2015

YVES CÔTÉ, Q.C.
Commissioner of Canada Elections

COMPLIANCE AGREEMENT

Statement of the Contracting Party

I, Paul Snelgrove, of the Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, am the sole owner and President of Labrador Sales Ltd., and I have the authority to enter into this Compliance Agreement on behalf of Labrador Sales Ltd. Labrador Sales Ltd. is hereinafter referred to as the “Contracting Party”.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that, pursuant to subsection 404(1) and paragraphs 497(1)(i) and 497(3)(f.1) of the Canada Elections Act (the Act), it is an offence under the Act for a person or entity that is not an individual to make a contribution, whether monetary or non-monetary, to a candidate’s campaign.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that on April 7, 2011, Labrador Sales Ltd., at my direction, did provide a contribution by way of a corporate cheque dated April 7, 2011, in the amount of $1,000.00, to the campaign of Peter Penashue, a candidate in the 2011 federal general election.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that this contribution to a candidate’s electoral campaign by an entity that is not an individual could constitute an offence under paragraph 497(1)(i) or 497(3)(f.1) of the Act.

Agreement

Although it was not aware of the relevant legal provisions at the time it made its contribution, the Contracting Party acknowledges and accepts full responsibility for its acts.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that the Commissioner of Canada Elections (the Commissioner) has advised it of its right to be represented by counsel and that it has had the opportunity to obtain counsel.

The Contracting Party understands that this acknowledgement of non-compliance does not constitute a guilty plea in the criminal sense and that no record of conviction is created as a result of admitting responsibility for the activity that constitutes an offence.

The Contracting Party consents to the publication of this Compliance Agreement in the Canada Gazette and on the Commissioner’s website, since, in accordance with section 521 of the Act, the compliance agreement must be published.

The Contracting Party undertakes to take measures to ensure that any current or future officer or employee of Labrador Sales Ltd. is aware of the relevant prohibitions in the Act and, in particular, that Labrador Sales Ltd. cannot make a federal political contribution.

The Contracting Party undertakes to provide confirmation to the Commissioner that the above-mentioned measures have been implemented.

The Commissioner accepts the statements, admissions, and undertakings of the Contracting Party, and in deciding to enter into this Compliance Agreement, took into consideration the full cooperation of the Contracting Party in his investigation of this matter.

Signed by the Contracting Party,
in the City of Happy Valley-Goose Bay,
this 2nd day of June 2015.

By: Paul Snelgrove

Authorized signatory and President of
Labrador Sales Ltd.

Signed by the Commissioner of Canada Elections,
in the City of Gatineau,
this 23rd day of June 2015.

Yves Côté, Q.C.
Commissioner of Canada Elections

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COMMISSIONER OF CANADA ELECTIONS

CANADA ELECTIONS ACT

Compliance agreement

This notice is published by the Commissioner of Canada Elections, pursuant to section 521 of the Canada Elections Act, S.C. 2000, c. 9.

On June 23, 2015, the Commissioner of Canada Elections entered into a compliance agreement with N.E. Parrot Surveys Ltd., pursuant to section 517 of the Canada Elections Act. The text of the compliance agreement is set out in full below.

June 23, 2015

YVES CÔTÉ, Q.C.
Commissioner of Canada Elections

COMPLIANCE AGREEMENT

Statement of the Contracting Party

I, Neil Parrot, of the Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, am the President and Controlling Officer of N.E. Parrot Surveys Ltd. and I have the authority to enter into this Compliance Agreement on behalf of N.E. Parrot Surveys Ltd. N.E. Parrot Surveys Ltd. is hereinafter referred to as the “Contracting Party”.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that, pursuant to subsection 404(1) and paragraphs 497(1)(i) and 497(3)(f.1) of the Canada Elections Act (the Act), it is an offence under the Act for a person or entity that is not an individual to make a contribution, whether monetary or non-monetary, to a candidate’s campaign.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that N.E. Parrot Surveys Ltd., at my direction, did provide a contribution by way of a corporate cheque dated April 13, 2011, in the amount of $1,000.00, to the campaign of Peter Penashue, a candidate in the 2011 federal general election.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that this contribution to a candidate’s electoral campaign by an entity that is not an individual could constitute an offence under paragraph 497(1)(i) or 497(3)(f.1) of the Act.

Agreement

The Contracting Party acknowledges and accepts responsibility for these acts.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that the Commissioner has advised it of its right to be represented by counsel and that it has had the opportunity to obtain counsel.

The Contracting Party understands that this acknowledgement of non-compliance does not constitute a guilty plea in the criminal sense and that no record of conviction is created as a result of admitting responsibility for the activity that constitutes an offence.

The Contracting Party consents to the publication of this Compliance Agreement in the Canada Gazette and on the Commissioner’s website, since, in accordance with section 521 of the Act, the compliance agreement must be published.

The Contracting Party undertakes to comply with the restrictions on corporate contributions set out in the Act by taking the necessary measures to ensure that any current or future officer or employee of N.E. Parrot Surveys Ltd. is aware that the corporation cannot make a federal political contribution and cannot conceal the source of such a contribution by providing money, property, or services to an individual for that purpose.

The Contracting Party further undertakes to provide confirmation to the Commissioner that the above-mentioned measures have been established.

The Commissioner accepts the statements, admissions, and undertakings of the Contracting Party.

Signed by the Contracting Party,
in the City of Happy Valley-Goose Bay,
this 27th day of May 2015.

By: Neil Parrot

Authorized signatory and President of
N.E. Parrot Surveys Ltd.

Signed by the Commissioner of Canada Elections,
in the City of Gatineau,
this 23rd day of June 2015.

Yves Côté, Q.C.
Commissioner of Canada Elections

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COMMISSIONER OF CANADA ELECTIONS

CANADA ELECTIONS ACT

Compliance agreement

This notice is published by the Commissioner of Canada Elections, pursuant to section 521 of the Canada Elections Act, S.C. 2000, c. 9.

On June 23, 2015, the Commissioner of Canada Elections entered into a compliance agreement with Pennecon Ltd., pursuant to section 517 of the Canada Elections Act. The text of the compliance agreement is set out in full below.

June 23, 2015

YVES CÔTÉ, Q.C.
Commissioner of Canada Elections

COMPLIANCE AGREEMENT

Statement of the Contracting Party

I, David Mitchell, of the City of St. John’s, in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, am the Chief Executive Officer of Pennecon Ltd., and I have the authority to enter into this Compliance Agreement on behalf of Pennecon Ltd. Pennecon Ltd. is hereinafter referred to as the “Contracting Party”.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that, pursuant to subsection 404(1) and paragraphs 497(1)(i) and 497(3)(f.1) of the Canada Elections Act (the Act), it is an offence for a person or entity that is not an individual to make a contribution, whether monetary or non-monetary, to a candidate in a federal election.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that it issued a corporate cheque in the amount of $5,500.00, dated May 2nd, 2011, for the purposes of a contribution being made to the election campaign of Peter Penashue, a candidate in the 2011 federal general election. The Contracting Party acknowledges that the acts of six of its officers caused this contribution to be made by way of the aforementioned cheque.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that these acts could constitute an offence under paragraph 497(1)(i) or 497(3)(f.1) of the Act.

Agreement

The Contracting Party acknowledges and accepts responsibility for these acts.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that the Commissioner of Canada Elections (the Commissioner) has advised it of its right to be represented by counsel and that it has had the opportunity to obtain counsel.

The Contracting Party understands that this acknowledgement of non-compliance does not constitute a guilty plea in the criminal sense and that no record of conviction is created as a result of admitting responsibility for the activity that constitutes an offence.

The Contracting Party consents to the publication of this Compliance Agreement in the Canada Gazette and on the Commissioner’s website, since, in accordance with section 521 of the Act, the compliance agreement must be published.

The Contracting Party acknowledges that this non-compliance is a serious matter.

In order to promote compliance, the Contracting Party agrees to carry out the following undertakings:

  1. The Contracting Party undertakes to establish and implement a company policy to ensure that any current or future officer or employee of Pennecon Ltd. is aware that the Canada Elections Act prohibits Pennecon Ltd. from making a federal political contribution.
  2. The Contracting Party undertakes to provide evidence to the Commissioner that the policy described in the preceding paragraph has been established and implemented.
  3. The Contracting Party undertakes to prepare a notice, the contents of which must be entirely satisfactory to the Commissioner, describing the facts related to this matter and the contents of this Compliance Agreement. The proposed text is to be provided to the Commissioner within 30 days of receipt of a copy of this agreement signed by the Commissioner.
  4. The Contracting Party undertakes to post the notice described in the preceding paragraph, for a period of sixty days beginning as soon as practicable after the Commissioner has approved its content, both on its website and at the business premises of Pennecon Ltd. in a conspicuous and publicly accessible location where it is readily visible to both its employees and the public. The Contracting Party further undertakes to provide evidence to the Commissioner that this undertaking has been complied with.
  5. The Contracting Party undertakes to publish the contents of the notice referred to in the foregoing two paragraphs, at its own cost, with prominent format and placement, in one edition of a newspaper with province-wide distribution in Newfoundland and Labrador, and to provide a copy of that publication to the Commissioner as evidence of compliance with this undertaking.
  6. The Contracting Party, through its Chief Executive Officer, undertakes to inform its Board of Directors of the contents of this Compliance Agreement, and further undertakes to provide evidence to the Commissioner that this undertaking has been complied with.

The Commissioner accepts the statements, admissions, and undertakings of the Contracting Party, and in deciding to enter into this Compliance Agreement, took into consideration the full cooperation of the Contracting Party and its officers in his investigation of this matter.

Signed by the Contracting Party,
in the City of St. John’s,
this 16th day of April 2015.

By: David Mitchell

Authorized signatory and Chief Executive Officer of Pennecon Ltd.

Signed by the Commissioner of Canada Elections,
in the City of Gatineau,
this 23rd day of June 2015.

Yves Côté, Q.C.
Commissioner of Canada Elections

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