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Investment in the Path of Growth Calgary, Alberta Canada


Devin Henry www.bussmarketing.ca


Message from Management Greetings! I would like to welcome everyone as you take your first steps in discovering your opportunities in Canadian commercial real estate. Over the past eight years, we have been promoting syndicated offerings in real estate properties to retail investors by pooling their capital to acquire and manage both ‘income-generating’ and ‘value-add’ properties. Through our experience, we have earned the reputation of achieving consistent and above average returns for investors here in Canada and we are extremely excited to extend our products and services to the global marketplace. Accolade is managed by real estate professionals with over 60 years of combined experience in the commercial real estate sector. As such, our firm holds a dominant position in the real estate market in Canada allowing us to build solid relationships within the industry. It is our goal to create products to satisfy individual investor demand for quality commercial real estate investment opportunities. Once a domain reserved only for large banks and pension trusts, Accolade has opened the doors to retail investors with the opportunity to participate in large real estate ventures that they could not typically afford or manage on their own; providing a high yielding quality investment secured by the underlying real estate. We are currently focused in Canada’s two most vibrant real estate markets: Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta. By leveraging the effects of strong economic and population growth, it is our goal to continue our success in these two growth regions for the foreseeable future. We have set the stage to deliver solid values to investors seeking long-term growth as well as security of their capital. I encourage you to share our vision as we continue to evolve and grow as an organization!

Sincerely,

Matthew Kim VP of Sales, Canada 2


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Executive Summary Location Accolade Lands is a truly unique wealth building opportunity; 1,104 acres of quality land within the Municipal District of Rocky View just 8km from Calgary’s eastern border. The City of Calgary’s current anticipated program of annexation is expected to bring the property within City limits. The hamlet of Langdon, a rapidly growing community, is just 1.8km northeast of the property. This parcel of land is ideally positioned to take advantage of the anticipated growth in the Calgary and Rocky View areas. In just under 20 years, Calgary’s population has grown by 80 percent surpassing the 1.1M mark in 2010. The population is expected to

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grow at an additional 9 percent over the next five years and an additional 19 percent over the next ten years. To accommodate for this growth, Calgary had to expand its boundary in 2007 bringing Accolade Lands 4km closer to the City’s eastern border.

Project Highlights Investment opportunity poised to take advantage of the anticipated growth in Calgary and the East Rocky View region Accolade Lands is divided into 7 Phases for a total of 1,104 acres Excellent location in the path of growth: - 8km east of City of Calgary - 22km from Downtown Calgary - 1.8km Southwest of Langdon - 3.2km from major transportation routes (Glenmore Trail & Highway 22x) - 1.6km from Wastewater Transmission Main - 12km from South Health Campus (under construction) Minimum ½ Acre unit investment (Financing purchase option available) RRSP/TFSA eligible investment

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Overview

Current Offering: Phase V Accolade Lands offers direct ownership of an undivided interest in land. Investors are registered on title with the Alberta Land Titles Office. This provides you, the investor, with a secure wealth building strategy that may otherwise be out of reach financially.

Minimum Investment = $28,250 + GST

For investors, the purchase price of each unit is intended to represent their total financial commitment. Ongoing costs, such as property taxes and insurance are expected to be paid for from revenue generated from the land being leased to local farmers. Any costs in excess of generated revenue will be paid by the administrator of the Accolade Lands project and reimbursed by the owners upon disposition of the land.

Financing Purchase Option A Special Financing Offer is in place for Phase V investors! The structure is essentially identical to the way we leverage to purchase homes and condominiums using mortgages. It is being offered as a 5 year term open – fixed rate financing for investors to take advantage of 50% or 70% financing purchase option. The following chart is provided for your reference:

50% Financing

½ Acre

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$14,831.25

$29,662.50

$59,325.00

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$29,662.50

$59,325.00

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$98.63

$197.26

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2 Acre

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$17,797.50

$35,595.00

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$41,527.50

$89,055.00

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$207.29

$414.58

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For illustration purposes only. Rates are subject to change periodically. Contact our regional offices to verify financing offers at the time of purchase.

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Purchase Procedure Working together with McCarthy Tetrault LLP, Canada’s leading business law firm since 1855 (with over 600 lawyers), all Purchase and Sale Agreements being submitted to Accolade for the purpose of title registrations are to be notarized and witnessed prior to submission. Accolade will own the land and be the vendor in the purchase transaction. We also play the role of administrator of the lands. Additionally, Accolade will retain 5-10% position on each phase as our own land investment. This ensures that the company, along with its investors, has vested interest in the

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overall health of the project throughout its stages.

Purchase Procedure PURCHASE APPLICATION

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DOCUMENT PREPARATION

CLOSING/ NOTARIZATION

BANK DRAFT/ WIRE TRANSFER

Investor to provide personal information

Documents to be signed, witnessed and notarized (3 sets in total)

To be deposited into McCarthy Tetrault LLP’S Trust Account (Not Accolade)

LAND TITLE REGISTRATION

LAND TITLE CERTIFICATE

DOCUMENT DELIVERY

UPDATES & REPORTS

Title Application submitted to Gov’t of Alberta

Issued by Alberta Land Titles office

Title Certificate along with Purchase documents mailed to investor

Investor receives annual report & quarterly newsletter from Accolade


Overview

Sample Land Title and Title Verification Process By visiting Government of Alberta’s Spatial Information System website (http://alta.registries.gov.ab.ca), investors can verify all of their land title information using their own individual LINCs (Land Identifier Number Code). Accolade’s staff will gladly assist you with this process of verification, upon request.

Sample Title Certificate

Gov’t of Alberta Land Title Search Site

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Why Alberta? Alberta led all Canadian provinces in average annual economic growth over the last 20 years. In 2010, the Alberta economy recovered from the global recession to expand by an estimated 3.3 percent. Although the Energy Sector accounts for about one-quarter of the province’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), other sectors have shown considerable growth such as construction, finance & real estate, and business & commercial services. *

Energy Revenue Alberta’s oil sands are the largest known reservoir of crude bitumen in the world. These oil deposits lie under 141,000 square kilometers of sparsely populated forests in Fort McMurray, and contain about 1.7 trillion barrels of bitumen in-place, comparable in magnitude to the world’s total proven reserves of conventional petroleum. In 2010, Alberta’s gross revenues from all hydrocarbons were $73.2 billion, with revenues from crude oil including oil sands, accounting for almost two-thirds of the total. ** *Economic Diversity chart 1985 & 2010 *Alberta’s Energy Revenues & Exports chart

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Alberta Advantages

Why Calgary? Calgary is home to close to one in seven of Canada’s major corporate headquarters. The FP500 list contains 114 Calgary-based companies, ten of which are in Canada’s top 50. And as Canada’s energy centre, it’s no surprise that 84 of Calgary’s top head offices (73.7%) are in some way connected to the energy business. Head Offices per Capita (per 100,000 persons) (2000-2009) Canadian CMAs* Source: FP500 2009 Database; FP500 2007 Database; Statistics Canada

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“New oil sands development is expected to contribute Canadian CMAs* Source: Statistics Canada

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“The oil sands industry will pay an estimated $766 billion in provincial ($122 billion) and federal ($311 billion) taxes and provincial royalties ($350 billion) over the next 25 years.” Source: CERI 2011

-26.6% Source: Calgary Economic Development, December 2010

When comparing wages and salaries per employee in Canada’s six largest cities, Calgarians had consistently the highest wages and salaries for the past 9 years; $60,519 per employee in 2009. Wages and Salaries per Employee 2009 Canadian CMAs* Sources: Conference Board of Canada

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“Employment in Canada as a result of new oil sands investments is expected to grow from 75,000 jobs in 2010 to 905,000 jobs in 2035.” “It is estimated that the oil sands industry will purchase roughly $117 billion in supplies and services from Canadian provinces outside of Alberta over the next 25 years.”

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In just under 20 years, Calgary’s population has grown by 80 percent. The population is expected to grow at an additional 9 percent over the next five years and an additional 19 percent over the next ten years. To accommodate for this growth, Calgary expanded its boundary in 2007 bringing Accolade Lands 4km closer to the City’s eastern border.

“Don’t Wait to Buy Land, Buy Land and Wait!”

-Will Rogers

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Understanding Land Investment Rationale

Prior to land purchase, Accolade will conduct extensive studies as part of our due diligence to determine the land’s potential for future growth and development. In May of 2007, a comprehensive Feasibility Study was completed for the Accolade Lands project.

The process to structure acquired land into ‘small investment units’ and make available to individual investors in the form of an Undivided Interest in land (UDI). All investors will be issued Land Title Certificates. Accolade will retain 5-10% position on each parcel which is syndicated to investors as its own land investment.

Pre-development conceptual planning for the change of future use of the land, in accordance to provincial and municipal guidelines. Engineering and architectural team is assigned to draft potential land use options and moves the approval process forward.

Facilitates and presents offers from third parties (developers, institutional investors and municipalities) to the group of owners. When an offer is accepted by the group of owners, Accolade will help coordinate the entire closing process on their behalf.

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Agricultural Urbanism – Heritage Communities Concept Working together with New Urban Design Group, we look forward to further advancing the Heritage Communities concept. The goal of this project is to evolve Accolade Lands into the Heritage Communities vision in order to maximize the profit potential and approach the municipality with an ‘approvable’ plan. Combining the best technological advances in environmentally friendly construction methods, green power infrastructure, coupled with time tested traditional patterns for residential and rural development, Heritage Communities would definitely be a

Investment Rationale

Potential Conceptual Plan

twist on traditional living. This type of community, next to major urban centres is one of the top growing trends in Canada and the US today. A trend driven primarily by the desire for a healthy lifestyle. Heritage Communities would capitalize on this emerging and fast growing trend through the inclusion of various types of organic farming techniques and innovative implementation and maintenance strategies. More updates will be provided on the Heritage Communities concept. However, it is our goal to pursue a few more concepts which may also be suitable for Accolade Lands prior to any submissions to the M.D. of Rocky View.

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Key reasons to invest in Accolade Lands

Area Growth Calgary is Expanding The 2011 census results showed that Calgary is indeed the fastest growing city in all of Canada posting the highest percentage increase of 12.6% from 2006 to 2011. City of Calgary currently has limited space available within its city limits with which to expand, therefore the City has an annexation program with the Municipal District of Rocky View to support its rapid population growth. M.D. of Rocky View surrounds Calgary and is used as a land bank towards future growth. Accolade Lands Project is located within the East Rocky View corridor and currently sits just 8 km from the City limits.

City’s Growth is to the North and East Calgary’s western growth is limited due to the presence of the T’suu T’ina Indian Reserve. Much of the City’s recent growth has been to the north and east, thus the Accolade Lands Project is in the primary path of Calgary’s growth patterns.

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Ring Road (Transportation/Utility Corridor) The objective of the TUC program in Alberta is to facilitate Infrastructure development of its two major cities, Calgary and Edmonton, their surrounding regions and the Province by accommodating the provincial Ring Road system, major power lines, pipelines, regional water and sewer lines and telecommunication lines. This is an excellent source of infrastructural support in the future growth of surrounding areas of Calgary including

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Infrastructure Development

Accolade Lands. The southeast portion of the Ring Road (which is adjacent to Accolade Lands) is under construction and is slated to be completed by early 2014, bringing the overall Ring Road project to 70% of completion.

East Rocky View Wastewater Transmission Main: Balzac – Langdon Connection The M.D. of Rocky View has completed construction on the 54km East Rocky View Wastewater Transmission Main, which runs from east Balzac area (CrossIron Mills Mall & Walmart etc.) to the hamlet of Langdon. The wastewater line is approximately 1.6km from the Accolade Lands Project. The pipeline which has a diameter of 600mm, has three major lift stations which are used to pump wastewater along the route. Many of the current developments in the area are connecting to this pipeline. The total cost for the M.D. to construct this pipeline was in excess of $90 Million. Currently the wastewater line is at 35% capacity.

Western Alberta Transmission Line – AltaLink Project The Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO) is working with AltaLink to identify the need of a future 240kV transmission line from the Langdon substation to the Janet substation in the East Rocky View area. This line will facilitate the need and add value to the development of the region.

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Key reasons to invest in Accolade Lands Southeast Planning Area Sitting on 5,600 acres of land, the Southeast Planning Area is recognized as the fastest growing area within the City of Calgary. Once fully developed, it is expected that over 100,000 people are to live in this new area representing just fewer than 10% of the city’s current population. One of the main driving forces behind this population growth in the area is the South Health Campus. This leading-edge health care facility is being constructed on 44 acres of land at the intersection of Deerfoot Trail and 196 Ave. SE. The Alberta government has committed over $1.41 billion toward the first phase of this project and the campus is scheduled to open with 298 beds and 200,000 outpatient visits beginning in early 2012. When the entire project is complete in 2018, there will be about 5,000 staff and 500 doctors working at the site. With the city’s Light Rail Transit connected directly to downtown Calgary, the Southeast Planning Area is also constructing numerous business & retail shopping centres adding another 5,500 non-retail jobs to the area. Located just 10km from Accolade Lands, this major development of Southeast Planning Area within Calgary will have a positive impact on the future development of our own site.

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Langdon is one of the fastest growing hamlets in all of Alberta. Located approximately 10 minutes east of City of Calgary on Glenmore Trail (Hwy 560), Langdon was recently expanded to support a population base of 8,500. Accolade Lands is located just 1.8km away from southwest Langdon. Boulder Creek Estates was the latest golf course residential development within the new Area Structure Plan of Langdon.

Competitive Advantage

Hamlet of Langdon

This community is reminiscent of the low-stress lifestyle and quieter neighbourhoods of days gone by. Home buyers looking for a community full of good neighbours, amenities within walking distance, a golf course and twice the home for less, belong here. Accolade lands is just minutes away from this newly established community. Newly Proposed/Adopted Developments in Langdon*:

Painted Sky – Residential

Settlers Park – Residential

Leland Business Park

*For more information on proposed/adopted conceptual schemes, please visit www.rockyview.ca.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Are there administrative/maintenance fees after my purchase (prior to selling the property to developers) such as property taxes and insurance?

A: There are no additional fees charged to the investor. There are annual expenses for property taxes and insurance, however, these expenses are paid for from the proceeds of the current farm lease on the land.

Q: If Accolade is making limited profits on the sale of the land, what is the motivation for Accolade to maintain the administrative role on behalf of all investors?

A: Accolade has committed to purchasing 5-10% of each phase in the project and thus has significant incentive to ensure that the investment performs well. The administrative role that Accolade currently plays is minimal due to the fact that we are currently at the preliminary stages of preparing a conceptual scheme.

Q: What happens if Accolade decides to stop being the administrator? How are we going to manage the project on our own?

A: The investors have title to the land, and that will not change even if Accolade were to stop being the administrator. The purchase and sale agreement (that will be registered on title) sets out how the owners can appoint a new administrator.

Q: What if I want to sell 3 years down the road? Do you provide buyers? Is there a fee? A: The investor holds title and can sell at any time to whomever they would like. As the administrator, Accolade can assist in the process by offering the land to other investors on a first come first served basis at the conclusion of the syndication. There will be legal and administrative fees incurred to prepare documents and register the change of title.

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FAQs

Q: What is the return on this investment? How much will I get? A: The management team of Accolade Lands has high expectations for the potential of this land, however with all real estate investments there are inherent risks associated and quoting potential returns would be highly speculative.

Q: What is the competitive advantage of Accolade Lands? Why would developers be interested in Accolade Lands?

A: We strongly believe that our land is highly developable and the best evidence is our own investment in 5-10% of the lands. Some of the features below provide us with the competitive advantage:

Close to Calgary and adjacent to Langdon, both of which are growing at a rapid pace.

Close to the new $90 million waste water line which serves as the source (over $700 Million of proposed and existing construction) for the extensive growth in the East Rocky View corridor.

Strategically situated close to all major highways (22x, Highway 560, TUC)

Close proximity to the Southeast planning area, which includes the new regional health care facility and a C Train station.

We control over 1,104 acres of land within the area. This provides us with a lot of leverage holding discussions with the municipality with regards to future land use of our lands.

Q: What is the government’s plan for this land?

Would they approve development on our site?

A: It is the municipality’s objective to approve development plans in the East Rocky View area as they would like to grow their tax base and more specifically, there is a need to recover the cost of constructing the $90 Million Wastewater Transmission Main running from east Balzac to Langdon. Our feasibility study indicates that they would not be opposed to development in our area.

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Corporate Head Office

103, 7030 Woodbine Ave. Markham,Ontario Canada L3R 6G2 Toll Free: 1.866.973.9978 Phone: 416.226.5999 Fax: 416.352.5314

Vancouver Office

219, 744 West Hastings St. Vancouver, B.C. Canada V6C 1A5 Toll Free: 1.877.608.2828 Phone: 604.608.2828 Fax: 604.608.1838

Seoul Office

JPLUS Tower 4th Floor, Yeoksam-Dong 832-30, Gangnam-Gu, Seoul Korea Phone: 02.558.8344 Fax: 02.2051.8666 www.accoladelands.com

This material is intended for illustration purposes only and is not intended as a representation regarding the timing of sale or development of the properties referred to or the returns attainable by an investor upon sale, lease or similar agreement in respect of the property. This material is based on a number of assumptions which involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause actual results or events to differ materially from the results set in the above material. All investors are advised to consult with their advisors with specific reference to the risk factors inherent in an investment of this nature. All information contained herein, unless otherwise noted is as of the date referenced on the face page hereof. Accolade Lands Corp. reserves the right to change the contents of this package without notice. Accolade Lands Corp. does not intend to develop the land but anticipates selling the land to a developer as the exit strategy.


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