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1 FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ENTERPRISES NAME OF ENTERPRISES: Atomic Energy of Canada Limited Belledune Port Authority Business Development Canada Development Investment Corporation Canada GEN Investment Corporation Canada Lands Company Limited Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation Canada Post Corporation Exchange Fund Account Export Development Canada Farm Credit Canada Freshwater Fish Marketing Corporation Halifax Port Authority Hamilton Port Authority Marine Atlantic Inc. Montréal Port Authority Nanaimo Port Authority Oshawa Port Authority Port Alberni Port Authority Prince Rupert Port Authority Québec Port Authority Ridley Terminals Inc Revised: February 2017 Page 1

2 Royal Canadian Mint Saguenay Port Authority Saint John Port Authority Sept-Iles Port Authority St John s Port Authority The St Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation Thunder Bay Port Authority Toronto Port Authority Trois-Rivières Port Authority Vancouver Fraser Port Authority VIA Rail Canada Inc. Windsor Port Authority PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT ENTERPRISES Newfoundland Atlantic Lottery Corporation Inc - Newfoundland and Labrador portion C. A. Pippy Park Commission Marble Mountain Development Corporation Nalcor Energy Newfoundland Hardwoods Limited Newfoundland Labrador Liquor Corporation Revised: February 2017 Page 2

3 Prince Edward Island Atlantic Lottery Corporation Inc - Prince Edward Island portion Charlottetown Area Development Corporation Finance PEI Prince Edward Island Energy Corporation Prince Edward Island Grain Elevators Corporation Prince Edward Island Liquor Control Commission Summerside Regional Development Corporation Ltd Nova Scotia Nova Scotia Limited Atlantic Lottery Corporation Inc - Nova Scotia portion Halifax-Dartmouth Bridge Commission Harbourside Commercial Park Inc. Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation Nova Scotia Provincial Lotteries and Casino Corporation Sydney Steel Corporation Sydney Utilities Limited Trade Centre Limited Waterfront Development Corporation Limited Revised: February 2017 Page 3

4 New Brunswick Algonquin Golf Limited Algonquin Properties Limited Atlantic Lottery Corporation Inc - New Brunswick portion New Brunswick Liquor Corporation New Brunswick Power Corporation New Brunswick Research and Productivity Council Quebec Hydro-Québec Investissement Québec Régie des installations olympiques Société de développement de la Baie-James Société des alcools du Québec Société des établissements de plein air du Québec Société des loteries du Québec (Loto-Québec) Société des traversiers du Québec Société du Centre des congrès de Québec Société du Palais des congrès de Montréal Société du parc industriel et portuaire de Bécancour Société du port ferroviaire de Baie-Comeau Société générale de financement du Québec Société nationale de l amiante Revised: February 2017 Page 4

5 Ontario Algonquin Forestry Authority Greater Toronto Transit Authority Hydro One Inc. Liquor Control Board of Ontario Metrolinx Metropolitan Toronto Convention Centre Corporation Ontario Food Terminal Board Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation Ontario Northland Transportation Commission Ontario Place Corporation Ontario Power Generation Inc. Ottawa Convention Centre Manitoba Manitoba Development Corporation Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Corporation Manitoba Liquor Control Commission Manitoba Lotteries Corporation North Portage Development Corporation The Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Venture Manitoba Tours Ltd. Western Canada Lottery Corporation - Manitoba portion Revised: February 2017 Page 5

6 Saskatchewan CIC Asset Management Inc. Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Saskatchewan Government Insurance Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation Saskatchewan Power Corporation Saskatchewan Telecommunications Holding Corporation Saskatchewan Transportation Company Saskenergy Incorporated The Saskatchewan Research Council Western Canada Lottery Corporation - Saskatchewan Portion Alberta Alberta Gaming & Liquor Commission Alberta Treasury Branches Financial Gainers Inc. N A Properties (1994) Ltd. Western Canada Lottery Corporation - Alberta Portion Revised: February 2017 Page 6

7 British Columbia B.C. Pavilion Corporation BC Transit British Columbia Ferry Services Inc. British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority British Columbia Lottery Corporation British Columbia Railway Company British Columbia Transmission Corporation Columbia Power Corporation Insurance Corporation of British Columbia Liquor Distribution Branch of British Columbia Yukon Western Canada Lottery Corporation - Yukon Portion Yukon Energy Corporation Yukon Liquor Corporation Northwest Territories Northwest Territories Hydro Corporation Northwest Territories Liquor Commission Western Canada Lottery Corporation - Northwest Territories Portion Nunavut Nunavut Liquor Commission Qulliq Energy Corporation Western Canada Lottery Corporation - Nunavut Portion Revised: February 2017 Page 7

8 CHANGE CONTROL LOG Amendment Number Effective Reporting Date Page Number Description 1 Q NEW 2 Q All All Federal and Provincial categories updated according to: eng.htm Note: As of July 31, 2015, The Canadian Wheat Board has not been included as a Federal Government Business. Revised: February 2017 Page 8

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