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If answers to the following questions aren’t found immediately below, the links will take you to the appropriate webpage.

CORPORATE INFORMATION

Q: Where can I learn more about BC Ferries’ history? 
A:
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Q: How can I learn more about the Executive Team?
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Q: Who are the current Board of Directors?
A:
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Q: Where can I learn more about BC Ferries’ fleet? 
A: 
The company website includes information on the Current Fleet and the Vessel Renewal Program.

Q: How can I keep up to date on company progress and significant events?
A:
You can elect any of the following options to receive updates on BC Ferries:

CAPITAL MARKETS INFORMATION

Q: When does BC Ferries announce their financial results?
A:
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Q: When is BC Ferries' fiscal year end?
A:
Fiscal year ends March 31st.

Q: What are BC Ferries’ credit ratings?
A:
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Q: Where can I find investor presentations & fact sheet?
A:
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Q: Where can I find the annual report or the quarterly reports? 
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Q: How do I access BC Ferries’ regulatory filings?
A:
 To access BC Ferries' regulatory filings visit the SEDAR website

Q: Can I buy BC Ferries’ stock?
A:
BC Ferries does not have publicly traded stock. The B.C. Ferry Authority (“BCFA”) holds the single voting common share in BC Ferries. The Province of British Columbia owns 75,477 non-voting 8% cumulative preferred shares of BC Ferries (each with a par value of $1,000), but has no voting interest in either the BCFA or BC Ferries.

The following diagram illustrates BC Ferries’ ownership structure:


Q: Does BC Ferries have securities which are available to the public and how do I make an investment?
A:
BC Ferries has issued five series of Senior Secured Bonds. As publicly traded instruments, the public is permitted to purchase these securities but, like many corporate bonds, they have been sold to institutional investors and BC Ferries’ bonds may be difficult to purchase in the secondary market through retail brokers. 

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