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Address: 2850 - 130 King St W
Toronto ON M5X 1A4
Phone: 416 364 5615
Fax: 416 364 1330
Website - http://www.sentryselect.com/index.cfm?
 
Warrant Symbol - CNM.WT
Number  Trading - 6,923,070
Expiration Date - February 28, 2012
Cusip - 13607T 11 4
Exercise Price - $2.60

Warrants called to trade news:

Canadian Income Management Trust to list on TSX Feb. 21

2006-02-17 20:11 ET - New Listing
TSX bulletin 2006-0165
An application has been granted for the original listing in the industrial category of up to 13,846,140 trust units and up to 6,923,070 trust unit purchase warrants of Canadian Income Management Trust, of which up to 6,923,070 trust units and up to 6,923,070 warrants will be issued and outstanding, and up to 6,923,070 trust units will be reserved for issuance upon completion of a public offering. Listing of the trust units and warrants will become effective at 5:01 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 20, 2006, in anticipation of the offering closing on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2006. The trust units and warrants, other than those which have not been distributed to the public, will be posted for trading at the open on Feb. 21, 2006. Each warrant will entitle the holder to purchase one trust unit at $2.60 until Feb. 28, 2012.

Except in limited circumstances, book-entry only certificates representing the trust units and warrants will be issued in registered form to the Canadian Depository for Securities (CDS) or its nominee as registered global securities. Holders of trust units and warrants will not be entitled to receive physical certificates representing their ownership. Trust units and warrants must be purchased, transferred or sold directly through a participant in the CDS (Canadian Depository for Securities) book-entry system.

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