Maple Leaf Short Duration 2017-II Flow-Through Limited Partnership

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Fund Facts
Fund Type: Flow-Through
Sector Focus: Natural Resources
Portfolio Manager: Jim Huang
Inception: August 9, 2017
Closing: November 10, 2017
Liquidity:

(Est.) Dec. 31, 2018

Tax Shelter ID:
TS 086306
Quebec Tax Shelter:
QAF-17-01682
CUSIP:
56533L200


OVERVIEW

Maple Leaf Short Duration 2017-II Flow-Through Limited Partnership (the "Partnership") is designed to provide holders of Québec Class Units (“Limited Partners”) with an investment in a diversified portfolio of Flow-Through Shares of Resource Companies principally in the Province of Québec with a view to maximizing the tax benefits of an investment in Québec Class Units and achieving capital appreciation and/or income for Limited Partners. Québec Class Units are most suitable for investors who reside in the Province Québec or are liable to pay income tax in Québec.

In order to provide Limited Partners with liquidity and the potential for long-term growth of capital and income, the General Partner intends to implement a Liquidity Event on or before December 31, 2018. The General Partner presently intends the Liquidity Event will be a Mutual Fund Rollover Transaction.





Portfolio Manager

Jim Huang  

Jim Huang, CPA, CGA

Portfolio Manager & President
T.I.P. Wealth Manager Inc.
 
The investment portfolios of Maple Leaf Corporate Class mutual funds and Maple Leaf Short Duration Flow-Through limited partnerships are managed exclusively by Jim Huang, Portfolio Manager and President of T.I.P. Wealth Manager Inc. 

 

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Frequently Asked Questions about Tax Reporting

The following provides answers to general tax related questions our investors often have with respect to their investment in the Maple Leaf Short Duration Flow-Through Limited Partnerships. 

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