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Part III Original Listing Requirements
Part IV Maintaining a Listing — General Requirements
Part V Special Requirements for Non-Exempt Issuers
Part VI Changes in Capital Structure of Listed Issuers
Part VII Halting of Trading, Suspension and Delisting of Securities
Part VIII Fees Payable by Listed Companies
Part IX Dealing with the News Media
Part X Special Purpose Acquisition Corporations (SPACs)
Part XI Requirements Applicable to Non-Corporate Issuers
Provisions Respecting Conflict of Interest and Competitors of TMX Group Limited
Notices of Approval
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Staff Notices to Applicants, Listed Issuers, Securities Lawyers and Participating Organizations
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Sec. 601. Definitions Sec. 602.1 Exemptions for Eligible Interlisted Issuers

Sec. 602. General.

(a) Every listed issuer shall immediately notify TSX in writing of any transaction involving the issuance or potential issuance of any of its securities other than unlisted, non-voting, non-participating securities.
(b) A listed issuer may not proceed with a Subsection 602(a) transaction unless accepted by TSX. Failure to comply with this provision may result in the suspension and delisting of the listed issuer's listed securities (see Part VII of this Manual).
(c) Subject to subsection 607(c), TSX will advise the listed issuer in writing generally within seven (7) business days of receipt by TSX of the Subsection 602(a) notice, of TSX's decision to accept or not to accept the notice, indicating any conditions to acceptance or its reasons for non-acceptance. Further information or documentation may be requested before TSX decides to accept or not accept notice of a transaction. In reviewing the transaction described in the notice, TSX will consider the applicable provisions of this Manual.
(d) Where a listed issuer proposes to enter into a Subsection 602(a) transaction, any public announcement of the transaction must disclose that the transaction is subject to TSX acceptance or approval.
(e) The notice required by Subsection 602(a) should initially take the form of a letter addressed to TSX requesting acceptance of the notice for filing, unless the applicable section of Part VI requires otherwise. A press release or information circular filed with TSX does not constitute notice under Section 602. The letter should contain the essential particulars of the transaction, and should state whether: (i) any insider has an interest, directly or indirectly, in the transaction and the nature of such interest; and (ii) whether and how the transaction could materially affect control of the listed issuer. A copy of any written agreement in respect of the transaction must be provided with the notice. TSX must be provided with prompt notice of any changes to the material terms of the transaction described in the notice, regardless of whether the amendment could entail a further issuance of securities. This applies even if the transaction as previously accepted by TSX specifically contemplated future amendments, unless the amendment is solely due to standard anti-dilution provisions in the original agreement. The listed issuer may not proceed with the proposed amendment unless it is accepted by TSX.
(f) The requirements of Section 602 are in addition to the timely disclosure obligations of listed issuers, as set out in Sections 406 to 423.4 of this Manual and to all applicable corporate and securities legislation.
(g) [Deleted.]

Sec. 601. Definitions Sec. 602.1 Exemptions for Eligible Interlisted Issuers

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