DIRECTOR SINCE 2012
Daryl R. Hillman, CCIM, SEC
DIRECTOR SINCE 2016
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & CLIENT RELATIONS – DIRECTOR SINCE 2018
Kristi Howard Fisher
Born and raised on a farm in Alberta, Kristi has deep roots in hard work and commitment in all she puts her hands to. Much knowledge and experience has been gained in the business world; specifically in finance, investing, marketing, consulting and compliance. Kristi has held qualifications as a chief compliance officer, giving a special eye to detail regarding the private equity market. Kristi works directly with the transfer agent, trust companies, legal teams and the Sundance Management team. This interaction allows for her to handle client inquiries, and content creation including; all marketing material, investment documentation, and web design. Administrative operations are also orchestrated by Kristi. She is a tremendous addition to the team.
PEARL ROSE CONSTRUCTION – DIRECTOR SINCE 2016
Since 2007, Bert Eggink has been President and Owner of Pearl Rose Construction Ltd (PRC). Bert delivers prime-contracting services to central Alberta from design to completion, and everything in between including: construction management, integrated project-delivery and public/private partnerships. PRC’s projects span from under $1k to over $13mm specializing in the commercial, retail, multi-family, health-care, education, community provincial/municipal, and infrastructure sectors. With 15 years of consulting and management experience, Bert’s passion to find opportunity through creative thinking and problem solving has been prevalent. Bert’s ability to think outside the box and see connections where others would not has added tremendous value to Legacy’s Board of Directors.
BUSINESSMAN, VYEFIELD ENTERPRISES – DIRECTOR SINCE 2012
in the business community. Vyefield Enterprises is a multi-faceted private company owned and managed by the Kielstra family. Vyefield’s corporate head office is located in Calgary Alberta and since the age of 18 Hessel has run the family business. Mr. Kielstra carries some experience in the field of development and is the President of several private companies. Currently, Hessel is the vice chair of Dordt College in Iowa which has about 1400 students – this is one of many boards Mr. Kielstra has been on. Legacy believes the qualifications and experience held by Mr. Kielstra to be a vital part of the decision-making process and success that Legacy strives to achieve for all parties, clients and directors involved.
TALENT ACQUISITION MANAGEMENT LLC – DIRECTOR SINCE 2012
Don is an expert when it comes to connecting people with opportunity. For the last 17 years, Mr. Stewart’s company has brought people together where opportunity matches interest. Searching out talent, funds, products, services, angel investors, advisors or venture capitalists are among some of the synergies Talent Acquisition Management LLC creates. Alberta has been home for the majority of Don’s life with the exception of post secondary education in the USA resulting in a Bachelor and Master’s Degree in Physical Education and Community Development. Through Don’s life long career in education, sales, marketing, training & recruitment great value and wisdom is added to Legacy.
Partners – Affiliates – Advisors
Transfer Agent & Registrar
Computershare is a world leader in financial administration. It has a large global footprint, as it is located in 20 countries providing it with the scale to maintain robust compliance, audit, risk, and business-continuity planning. Founded in 1978, Computershare is renowned for its expertise in high-integrity data management, high-volume transaction processing & reconciliations, payments, and stakeholder engagement. Computershare is currently the registrar for Legacy Communities common shares. They also handle all treasury issuance requests for the company. Self-directed accounts such as RRSP’s and TFSA’s are provided to clients through Computershare so they can invest with registered funds.
RSM Canada LLP
Auditor & Accounting Firm
Sully Chapman Beattie, LLP
T. Kent Chapman, Real Estate Lawyer
“I believe we can accomplish what has previously taken 30 years and achieve that within the next 3-5 years. This is my calling, to provide opportunity for others that would have only been a dream for me so long ago.”
– Daryl R. Hillman
**The ‘History Portofolio’ has many examples of the past success that Daryl Hillman has had inside of the Commercial Real Estate Industry. These properties are held outside of the Legacy Portfolio.**
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Saskatchewan securities legislation provides that, if an offering memorandum or amendment to the offering memorandum is sent or delivered to a purchaser that contains a misrepresentation, a purchaser who purchases a security covered by the offering memorandum is deemed to have relied upon that misrepresentation, assuming it was a misrepresentation at the time of purchase, and has a right of action for rescission against the issuer or a selling security holder on whose behalf the distribution is made or has a right of action for damages against: (a) the issuer or a selling security holder on whose behalf the distribution is made; (b) every promoter and director of the issuer or the selling security holder, as the case may be, at the time the offering memorandum or any amendment to it was sent or delivered; (c) every person whose consent has been filed respecting the offering, but only with respect to reports, opinions or statements that have been made by them; (d) every person who or company that, in addition to the persons mentioned in (a) to (c) above, signed the offering memorandum or the amendment to the offering memorandum; and (e) every person who or company that sells securities on behalf of the issuer or selling security holder under the offering memorandum or amendment to the offering memorandum. Such rights of rescission and damages are subject to certain limitations including the following: (a) if the purchaser elects to exercise its right of rescission against the issuer or selling security holder, it will have no right of action for damages against that party; (b) in an action for damages, a defendant will not be liable for all or any portion of the damages that he, she or it proves do not represent the depreciation in value of the securities resulting from the misrepresentation relied on; (c) no person, other than the issuer or a selling security holder, will be liable for any part of the offering memorandum or any amendment to it not purporting to be made on the authority of an expert and not purporting to be a copy of, or an extract from, a report, opinion or statement of an expert, unless the person failed to conduct a reasonable investigation sufficient to provide reasonable grounds for a belief that there had been no misrepresentation or believed that there had been a misrepresentation; (d) in no case will the amount recoverable exceed the price at which the securities were offered; and (e) no person is liable in an action for rescission or damages if that person proves that the purchaser purchased the securities with knowledge of the misrepresentation. In addition, no person, other than the issuer or selling security holder, will be liable if the person proves, among other things, that: (a) the offering memorandum to it was sent or delivered without the person's or company's knowledge or consent and that, on becoming aware of it being sent or delivered, that person immediately gave reasonable general notice that it was so sent or delivered; or (b) with respect to any part of the offering memorandum purporting to be made on the authority of an expert, or purporting to be a copy of, or an extract from, a report, an opinion or a statement of an expert, that person had no reasonable grounds to believe and did not believe that there had been a misrepresentation, the part of the offering memorandum did not fairly represent the report, opinion or statement of the expert, or was not a fair copy of, or an extract from, the report, opinion or statement of the expert. Saskatchewan securities legislation also provides: (a) similar rights of action for damages and rescission in respect of a misrepresentation in advertising and sales literature disseminated in connection with an offering of securities; (b) that where an individual makes a verbal statement to a prospective purchaser that contains a misrepresentation relating to the security purchased and the verbal statement is made either before or contemporaneously with the purchase of the security, the purchaser is deemed to have relied on the misrepresentation, if it was a misrepresentation at the time of purchase, and has a right of action for damages against the individual who made the verbal statement; (c) a purchaser with the right to void the purchase agreement and to recover all money and other consideration paid by the purchaser for the securities if the securities are purchased from a vendor who is trading in Saskatchewan in contravention of Saskatchewan securities legislation; and (d) a right of action for rescission or damages to a purchaser of securities to whom an offering memorandum was not sent or delivered prior to or at the same time as the purchaser enters into an agreement to purchase the securities, as required by the Saskatchewan securities legislation. Saskatchewan securities legislation provides that no action will be commenced to enforce any of the foregoing rights more than: (a) in the case of an action for rescission, 180 days after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of action; or (b) in the case of an action for damages, the earlier of (i) one year after the plaintiff first had knowledge of the facts giving rise to the cause of action, or (ii) six years after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of action. Saskatchewan securities legislation also provides a purchaser who has received an amended offering memorandum delivered in accordance with such legislation has a right to withdraw from the agreement to purchase the securities by delivering a notice to the person who or company that is selling the securities, indicating the purchaser's intention not to be bound by the purchase agreement, provided such notice is delivered by the purchaser within two business days of receiving the amended offering memorandum.
Ontario securities legislation provides that, if an offering memorandum contains a misrepresentation, then a purchaser (other than certain purchasers who purchase in reliance on the exemption from the prospectus requirement in section 73.3 of the Securities Act (Ontario) or a predecessor thereto) who purchases a security offered by the offering memorandum during the period of distribution has, without regard to whether the purchaser relied on the misrepresentation, the following rights: (a) the purchaser has a right of action for damages against the issuer and a selling security holder on whose behalf the distribution is made; and (b) in the case that the purchaser purchased the security from a person referred to in clause (a), the purchaser may elect to exercise a right of rescission against the person. If the purchaser exercises the right of rescission, then the purchaser ceases to have a right of action for damages against the person. The right of action will be exercisable by the purchaser only if the purchaser commences the action, in the case of any action for rescission, not more than 180 days after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of action and in the case of any action, other than an action for rescission, before the earlier of (a) 180 days after the plaintiff first had knowledge of the facts giving rise to the cause of action, or (b) three years after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of action. A defendant will not be liable for a misrepresentation if it proves that the purchaser purchased the securities with knowledge of the misrepresentation. In an action for damages, the defendant will not be liable for all or any portion of the damages that the defendant proves do not represent the depreciation in value of the securities as a result of the misrepresentation relied upon. In no case will the amount recoverable for the misrepresentation exceed the price at which the securities were offered.
New Brunswick securities legislation provides that a person who purchase securities that are offered for sale in reliance on certain exemptions from the prospectus requirement has with a statutory right of action against (a) the issuer and the selling security holder for damages, or (b) against the selling security holder, for rescission, in the event that any information relating to the offering of securities that was provided to the purchaser contains a misrepresentation. If an offering memorandum is delivered to a prospective purchaser of securities in connection with a trade that is made in reliance on certain exemptions from the prospectus requirement, and the offering memorandum contains a misrepresentation, then a prospective purchaser who purchases the securities is deemed to have relied on the misrepresentation and has, subject to certain limitations and defences, a statutory right of action (a) against the issuer and a selling security holder on whose behalf the distribution was made for damages, or (b) while still the owner of securities, against the seller of securities for rescission. If the purchaser elects to exercise the right of rescission, the purchaser will have no right of action for damages. The right of action will be exercisable by the purchaser only if the purchaser gives notice to the defendant, in the case of any action for rescission, not more than 180 days after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of action, that the purchaser is exercising this right, and, in the case of any action for damages, before the earlier of one year after the plaintiff first had knowledge of the facts giving rise to the cause of action, or six years after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of action. A defendant is not liable for a misrepresentation if it proves that the purchaser purchased the securities with knowledge of the misrepresentation. In an action for damages, the defendant will not be liable for all or any portion of the damages that the defendant proves do not represent the depreciation in value of the securities as a result of the misrepresentation relied upon. In no case will the amount recoverable for the misrepresentation exceed the price at which the securities were offered.
Nova Scotia securities legislation provides that, if an offering memorandum, or any advertising or sales literature, contains a misrepresentation, then a purchaser of securities is deemed to have relied upon such misrepresentation, assuming it was a misrepresentation at the time of the purchase, and the purchaser has, subject to certain limitations and defences, (a) a statutory right of action for damages against the seller of such securities, the directors of the seller and the persons who signed the offering memorandum, or (b) while the purchaser is still the owner of the securities, the purchaser may elect to exercise a statutory right of rescission against the seller, in which case the purchaser will have no right of action for damages against the seller, the directors of the seller, or the persons who signed the offering memorandum. The rights described above are subject to certain limitations, including that (a) no action may be commenced to enforce the right of action for rescission or damages by a purchaser resident in Nova Scotia later than 120 days after the date payment was made for the securities (or after the date on which initial payment was made for the securities where payments subsequent to the initial payment are made pursuant to a contractual commitment assumed prior to, or concurrently with, the initial payment); (b) no person will be liable if it proves that the purchaser purchased the securities with knowledge of the misrepresentation; (c) in the case of an action for damages, no person will be liable for all or any portion of the damages that it proves do not represent the depreciation in value of the securities; and (d) in no case will the amount recoverable in any action exceed the price at which the securities were offered to the purchaser. The liability of the persons referred to above is joint and several with respect to the same cause of action. A defendant who is found liable to pay a sum in damages may recover a contribution, in whole or in part, from a person that is jointly and severally liable to make the same payment in the same cause of action unless, in all the circumstances of the case, the courts are satisfied that it would not be just and equitable.