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The Fund FactsOpens a new website in a new window documents highlight key information about our mutual funds, including holdings, performance, risk, and the costs of buying and owning a fund.
The simplified prospectus is renewed annually and contains important information about the funds, including the entities and individuals responsible for their administration; valuation; purchases, switches and redemptions; fees and expenses; income tax considerations; and the investment objectives, strategies and risks for each fund.
MRFPs are prepared twice a year and include commentary on a fund's operations and recent developments, along with financial highlights, performance and summary portfolio information.
Financial statements are prepared twice a year and provide a summary of a fund's financial position and a complete list of the securities held in the portfolio at the end of the period.
The annual report of the Independent Review Committee (IRC) to unitholders of the Canada Life Funds is required by National Instrument 81-107 Independent Review Committee for Investment Funds. The IRC has a mandate to review conflict of interest matters identified and referred to it by Canada Life Investment Management Ltd. in respect of the Funds and to give its approval or recommendation, depending on the nature of the conflict of interest matter.
This notice is distributed as part of the simplified prospectus. It describes how Mackenzie Financial Corporation, (the administrator of Quadrus Group of Funds), collects, holds, uses and, when needed, discloses your personal information. This notice adheres to the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act and similar provincial privacy legislation.
Canada Life Investment Management Ltd. (“CLIML”) is required to disclose the record of proxy voting annually for all the Canada Life Funds (the “Funds”) such that investors are aware of how the investment funds they own exercised the voting rights attached to those securities. Typically, only Funds with an equity component hold securities with voting rights. As the Funds' portfolio advisor, CLIML has adopted written policies and procedures designed to ensure that all votes in respect of securities are made in the best interests of the Funds’ unitholders.
The link below takes you to an external website that contains the voting records for individual securities on a fund-by-fund basis. For each security, a brief description of each voting matter is provided, whether the investment fund voted on the matter, and whether the votes cast were for or against the recommendations of the management of the issuer. This information is for the period ending June 30 of each year and is updated annually by August 31.Access proxy voting recordOpens a new website in a new window