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On August 3, 2017 Cominar announced the temporary suspension of the distribution reinvestment plan ("DRIP") until further notice. If Cominar elects to reinstate the DRIP in the future, unitholders that were enrolled in the DRIP at suspension and remain enrolled at reinstatement will automatically resume participation in the DRIP. For more information, please read the press release.


 


Cominar’s Unitholder Distribution Reinvestment Plan allows unitholders to use their monthly cash distributions to steadily increase their ownership of Cominar without incurring any commission or transaction fees.

 

Investors registered in the plan are entitled to receive an additional amount equal to 3% of the reinvested distributions, paid in the form of Cominar units. For each $1 of distribution reinvested, the Plan provides unitholders with $1.03 in new units.

PLAN BENEFITS

  • Registered unitholders receive an additional 3% of their reinvested distributions, payable in units

  • No commission or transaction fees

  • Allows steady increase in ownership on a monthly basis

HOW TO REGISTER

 

If the units are registered in your name, you can enroll in the plan by filling out the Authorization Form and sending it to Cominar’s transfer agent at the address indicated below. Otherwise, simply ask your investment dealer to make the necessary arrangements.


For more information on the Distribution Reinvestment Plan, see the text of the plan in PDF format or contact us:

 

Cominar Real Estate Investment Trust
Complexe Jules-Dallaire
2820 boul. Laurier, bureau 850
Quebec City, Quebec G1V 0C1
Tel.: (418) 681-8151
Toll free: 1-866-Cominar
Fax: (418) 681-2946
Email: info@cominar.com
Transfer Agent
Computershare Trust Company of Canada
100 University Ave, 8th Floor
Toronto (ON) Canada M5J 2Y1
Tel: (514) 982-7555
Toll free: 1 800 564-6253
Fax: (416) 263-9394 or 1 888 453-0330
Email: service@computershare.com

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Last update: August 3, 2017