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Buy and sell these additional securities in your Questrade account.

To trade these securities or for more information, contact the trade desk at 1.866.980.9590, Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET.

Bonds:

No commissions on bond trades. Bonds can be bought or sold through Questrade. There is a minimum purchase of $5,000, although some securities may have a higher minimum. To place a bond trade, please have the following information available from Questrade's daily Bonds Bulletin: the bond's CUSIP or security number, the issuer's name, maturity date, the coupon, and your order details. Register for the Bonds Bulletin at www.questrade.com/bonds

GICs (Guaranteed Investment Certificates) and term deposits:

There is no charge on purchases, however you may incur a fee for early redemptions. Investments that fully mature do not incur any redemption charge. There is a minimum purchase of $5,000, although some securities may have a higher minimum. For information on available term deposits and GICs, please contact the trade desk. To invest in a term deposit or GIC, please have ready: the amount of money you would like to invest and the term length.

International stocks:

(outside of Canadian and U.S. exchanges)International trades are charged a commission of 1% of the trade value (minimum charge of $195), plus applicable exchange or stamp fees, charged in the currency of the account in which the trade will be placed. To place an international trade, please have ready: the stock's name, the CUSIP or security number, the market where it trades, and your order details.

Initial public offerings (IPOs) and new issues:

Selected Canadian IPOs and new issues can be bought through Questrade. Commission for IPO orders are $9.95. All IPO orders must be emailed to the trade desk. The minimum order size is $5,000.

Additional Fees:

American Depositary Receipts (ADRs):

Investors holding American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) in their account should note that the agent banks are permitted to charge an annual custody fee on such securities. The amount and timing of custody fees are detailed in your ADR prospectus. As per the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Depository Trust Company collects the custody fees on ADRs that do not pay periodic dividends. If you hold an ADR that does not pay a dividend the fee will be deducted from your account and posted on your monthly statement. ADRs can be traded online through an IQ Platform.

Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP):

For clients who are maintaining USD in their RESP: On any day in which you trade a USD security in your RESP, you will be charged a $5 commission. This is a flat, per-day commission, no matter how many trades are made.

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