National Policy 11-206 Process for Cease to be a Reporting Issuer Applications – The issuer ceases to be a reporting issuer under securities legislation.
Applicable Legislative Provisions
Securities Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. S.5, as am., s. 1(10)(a)(ii).
April 28, 2017
IN THE MATTER OF
THE SECURITIES LEGISLATION OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA AND ONTARIO
IN THE MATTER OF
THE PROCESS FOR CEASE TO BE
A REPORTING ISSUER APPLICATIONS
IN THE MATTER OF
LUNA GOLD CORP.
1 The securities regulatory authority or regulator in each of the Jurisdictions (the Decision Makers) has received an application from the Filer for an order under the securities legislation of the Jurisdictions (the Legislation) that the Filer has ceased to be a reporting issuer in all jurisdictions of Canada in which it is a reporting issuer (the Order Sought).
Under the Process for Cease to be a Reporting Issuer Applications (for a dual application):
(a) the British Columbia Securities Commission is the principal regulator for this application,
(b) the Filer has provided notice that subsection 4C.5(1) of Multilateral Instrument 11-102 Passport System (MI 11-102) is intended to be relied upon in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador, and
(c) this order is the order of the principal regulator and evidences the decision of the securities regulatory authority or regulator in Ontario.
2 Terms defined in National Instrument 14-101 Definitions have the same meaning if used in this order, unless otherwise defined.
3 This order is based on the following facts represented by the Filer:
1. the Filer is a corporation incorporated under the Canada Business Corporations Act;
2. the Filer’s authorized share capital consists of an unlimited number of common shares (Common Shares);
3. there are 43,842,642 Common Shares issued and outstanding, all of which are owned by Trek Mining Inc. (formerly JDL Gold Corp.);
4. on March 31, 2017 all of the Common Shares of the Filer were acquired by JDL Gold Corp., which was renamed Trek Mining Inc. (Trek), by way of a plan of arrangement (the Arrangement) under the Canada Business Corporations Act in exchange for 1.105 Trek common shares for each Common Share;
5. the Filer has no securities issued and outstanding other than as set out in paragraph 3;
6. the Common Shares were delisted from the Toronto Stock Exchange on April 4, 2017;
7. the Filer is not an OTC reporting issuer under Multilateral Instrument 51-105 Issuers Quoted in the U.S. Over-the-Counter Markets;
8. the outstanding securities of the Filer, including debt securities, are beneficially owned, directly or indirectly, by fewer than 15 securityholders in each of the jurisdictions of Canada and fewer than 51 securityholders in total worldwide;
9. no securities of the Filer, including debt securities, are traded in Canada or another country on a marketplace as defined in National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace Operation or any other facility for bringing together buyers and sellers of securities where trading data is publicly reported;
10. the Filer is applying for an order that the Filer has ceased to be a reporting issuer in all of the jurisdictions of Canada in which it is a reporting issuer;
11. the Filer is not in default of securities legislation in any jurisdiction, other than an obligation (arising after the Arrangement) to file on or before March 31, 2017 its annual information form, its annual financial statements and its management discussion and analysis in respect of such statements for the year ended December 31, 2016, as required under National Instrument 51-102 Continuous Disclosure Obligations and the related certificates as required under National Instrument 52-109 Certification of Disclosure in Issuer’s Annual and Interim Filings (collectively, the Filings); and
12. the Filer is not eligible to use the simplified procedure under National Policy 11-206 Process for Cease to be a Reporting Issuer Applications as it is in default for failure to file the Filings.
4 Each of the Decision Makers is satisfied that the order meets the test set out in the Legislation for the Decision Maker to make the order.
The decision of the Decision Makers under the Legislation is that the Order Sought is granted.
British Columbia Securities Commission