Securities Law & Instruments

Headnote

Clause 213(3)(b) of the Loan and Trust Corporations Act (Ontario) -- application by manager for approval to act as trustee of pooled funds and future pooled funds to be established and managed by the applicant and offered pursuant to a prospectus exemption.

Statutes Cited

Loan and Trust Corporations Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. L. 25, as am., ss. 213(3)(b).

May 22, 2015

Wildeboer Dellelce LLP
Wildeboer Dellelce Place
365 Bay Street, Suite 800
Toronto, ON M5H 2V1

Attention: Geoffrey Cher

Dear Sirs/Mesdames:

RE:
LDIC Inc. (the "Applicant")
Application pursuant to clause 213(3)(b) of the Loan and Trust Corporations Act (Ontario) for approval to act as trustee
 
Application No. 2015/0207

Further to your application dated April 8, 2015 (the "Application") filed on behalf of the Applicant, and based on the facts set out in the Application and the representation by the Applicant that the assets of LDIC North American Growth & Income Fund and any other future mutual fund trusts that the Applicant may establish and manage from time to time, the securities of which will be offered pursuant to prospectus exemptions, will be held in the custody of a trust company incorporated and licensed or registered under the laws of Canada or a jurisdiction, or a bank listed in Schedule I, II or III of the Bank Act (Canada), or an affiliate of such bank or trust company, the Ontario Securities Commission (the "Commission") makes the following order:

Pursuant to the authority conferred on the Commission in clause 213(3)(b) of the Loan and Trust Corporations Act (Ontario), the Commission approves the proposal that the Applicant act as trustee of LDIC North American Growth & Income Fund and any other future mutual fund trusts which may be established and managed by the Applicant from time to time, the securities of which will be offered pursuant to prospectus exemptions.

Yours truly,

"Anne Marie Ryan"
Commissioner
Ontario Securities Commission
 
"Sarah B. Kavanagh"
Commissioner
Ontario Securities Commission