Vol. 150, No. 19 — May 7, 2016

MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES

MANULIFE TRUST COMPANY
MANULIFE TRUST SERVICES LIMITED

LETTERS PATENT OF AMALGAMATION

Pursuant to section 233 of the Trust and Loan Companies Act (Canada), notice is hereby given that Manulife Trust Company and Manulife Trust Services Limited intend to jointly apply to the Minister of Finance on or after May 28, 2016, for the issuance of letters patent of amalgamation continuing Manulife Trust Company and Manulife Trust Services Limited as one company to be called Manulife Trust Company. Its head office will be located in Waterloo, Ontario.

Any person who objects to the issuance of these letters patent may submit the objection in writing, on or before May 28, 2016, to the Superintendent of Financial Institutions, 255 Albert Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H2 or by email at approvalsandprecedents@osfi-bsif.gc.ca.

Toronto, April 29, 2016

MANULIFE TRUST COMPANY
MANULIFE TRUST SERVICES LIMITED

Note: The publication of this Notice should not be construed as evidence that letters patent of amalgamation will be issued. The granting of the letters patent of amalgamation will be dependent upon the normal Trust and Loan Companies Act (Canada) application review process and the discretion of the Minister of Finance.

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ONTARIO POWER GENERATION

DOMINION WATER-POWER APPLICATION

Ontario Power Generation (OPG) hereby gives notice that on September 19, 2011, an application was filed with the Director of Waterpower, Parks Canada Agency, under the Dominion Water Power Act, for a licence to construct and operate a redeveloped generating station known as Ranney Falls. OPG is proposing to expand the total capacity of the Ranney Falls Generating Station (GS) from about 10 to 20 megawatts (MW). A Detailed Impact Analysis (DIA) has been completed by OPG in accordance with Parks Canada Agency’s Environmental Impact Analysis process under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012. The DIA is available for public review at www.ranneyfallsg3.com.

The Ranney Falls GS is located immediately adjacent to Lock Station No. 12 on the Trent-Severn Waterway (TSW), which is part of the Trent Severn Waterway National Historic Site of Canada. It is owned by Her Majesty the Queen, as represented by the Minister of the Environment for the purposes of the Parks Canada Agency.

The project involves installing a new generating station to house a new turbine of up to 10 MW, which will be located adjacent to the current power house, for a total water power plant capacity of approximately 20 MW. An older 0.8 MW generating unit will be decommissioned.

The proposed project uses the waters available in the Trent River. The project does not require any new flooding. The power generated will be offered to the competitive wholesale market for electricity in Ontario. For any questions on the technology, please contact Iskander Boulos or Gillian MacLeod, Ontario Power Generation, by email to iskander.boulos@opg.com or gillian.macleod@opg.com, respectively.

Under the Dominion Water Power Act, interested parties may provide protests or objections in writing within 30 days of the publication this notice to the Director of Waterpower, Parks Canada Agency, by email to lorrie.marlow@pc.gc.ca or by regular mail to Mr. Kalvin Mercer, 30 Victoria Street, (PC-05-H), Gatineau, Quebec J8X 0B3, c/o Lorrie Marlow, Senior Realty Advisor – Water Power.

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UBS BANK (CANADA)

DESIGNATED OFFICES FOR THE SERVICE OF ENFORCEMENT NOTICES

Notice is hereby given, in compliance with the Support Orders and Support Provisions (Banks and Authorized Foreign Banks) Regulations, that the following are UBS Bank (Canada) addresses for service of enforcement notices across Canada:

British Columbia
650-999 West Hastings Street, Box 24
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6C 2W2

Ontario
154 University Avenue, Suite 800
Toronto, Ontario
M5H 3Z4

Quebec
1800 McGill College Avenue, Suite 2400
Montréal, Quebec
H3A 3J6

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