Compensation Disclosure:


Unless explicitly stated otherwise, all references to dollar amounts are in Canadian dollars.  In addition to the compensation listed below, we may, from time to time, own securities in the companies featured on the Site.  We will disclose in the articles written by us if we have a position in the companies featured by us at the date of publication.

In February 2012, Equedia was paid $35,000 by MAG Silver Corp. (“MAG Silver”) for six months of media coverage, which includes related marketing expenses.  In July 2012, Equedia was paid an additional $40,000 for an additional six months of media coverage on MAG Silver, plus an expenses advance of $150,000 for advertisements made on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for MAG Silver.

In August 2012, Equedia was paid $110,000 by Timmins Gold Corp. (“Timmins”) for 12 months of advertising which includes related marketing expenses. We were also granted 150,000 options at $2.15.

In May 2012, Equedia was paid $50,000 by Balmoral Resources Ltd. (“Balmoral”) for 7 months of media coverage plus an expenses advance of $75,000 for advertisements made on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for Balmoral. Balmoral renewed the existing contract for another 6 months for $50,000 with an additional budget of $60,000. In April 2013, Equedia was paid $13,500 for 6 months of media coverage. Equedia has also been granted 175,000 options at $1.05, expiring February 6, 2018 and vesting immediately.

In October 2012, Equedia was paid $110,000 by Corvus Gold Inc. (“Corvus”) for 12 months of advertising which includes of related marketing expenses. We have also been granted 150,000 options at $1.08 which expires on September 27, 2014 with a full vesting period of one year, by Corvus. In 2013, Corvus has paid an additional $7,000 for additional advertisements on Equedia.com and affiliated networks.

In May 2013, Equedia was paid $110,000 by Aurcana Corporation (“Aurcana”) for 12 months of advertising which includes of related marketing expenses. We have also been granted 25,000 options at $6.32 which expires on February 28, 2015 with a full vesting period of one year.

In August 2013, Equedia was paid $110,000 by Uranerz Energy Corp (“Uranerz”) for 12 months of advertising which includes related marketing expenses. We have also been granted 150,000 options at $1.20 which expires on January 8, 2015 that are immediately vested.

In February 2014, Equedia was paid $105,000 by Falco Pacific Resource Group Inc. (“Falco”) for 36 months of advertising which includes related marketing expenses. We have also been granted 150,000 options at $0.70 which expires in March 2017.

In July 2015, Equedia was paid $105,000 by Newmarket Gold Inc. (“Newmarket”) for 12 months of advertising which includes related marketing expenses.

In November 2015, Equedia was paid $110,000 by Integra Gold Corp (“Integra”)for 12 months of advertising which includes related marketing expenses. Equedia was also granted 500,000 options of Integra at $0.34, which are subject to Integra’s option policy.

In March 2016, Equedia was paid $110,000  for 12 months of advertising coverage for NexOptic Technology Corp. (“NexOptic”) which includes related marketing expenses. NexOptic has since added an additional $150,000 budget in March 2017, an additional $100,000 in November 2017, and $100,000 in January 2018. 

In May 2016, Equedia was paid $110,000 by Red Eagle Mining Corporation (“Red Eagle”) which includes related marketing expenses. Equedia was also granted 175,000 options at a price of $0.56, which are subject to Red Eagle’s option policy.

In June 2016, Equedia was paid $110,000 by First Mining Finance (“First Mining”) which includes related marketing expenses. Equedia was also granted 150,000 options at a price of $0.75, which are subject to First Mining’s option policy.

In July 2016, Equedia was paid $100,000 by K92 Mining Inc. (K92) which includes related marketing expenses, including an additional $250,000 advertisement campaign, which includes advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for K92.

In September 2016, Equedia was paid $200,000 by Millennial Lithium Corp. on equedia.com which includes related marketing expenses.

In November 2016, Equedia was paid $160,000 by 3D Signatures plus reimbursement of related marketing expenses, including an additional $150,000 advertisement campaign which includes advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for 3D Signatures.

In November 2016, Equedia was paid $200,000 for 13 months of advertising coverage by Canada Zinc Metals Corp. (CZX) which includes expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for Canada Zinc. Equedia was also granted 150,000 options at a price of $0.40, which are subject to CZX’s option policy.

In December 2016, Equedia was paid $100,000 by Emblem Corp. Emblem Corp which includes related marketing expenses.

In February 2017, Equedia was paid $200,000 with an additional $50,000 due during the second quarter of 2017 for advertising services by Mogo Finance Technologies (“Mogo”).  Mogo has also granted Equedia incentive stock options to purchase up to 100,000 common shares of Mogo at a price of $2.31 and 25,000 options at a price of $3.64. Equedia’s options on the first 100,000 shares shall vest in four equal quarterly installments over a one-year period and the 25,000 options are fully vested. In December 2017, Mogo paid an additional $75,000 for advertisements. In February 2018, Mogo paid for an additional $150,000 for advertisements.

In March 2017, Equedia was paid $70,000 by Canabo Medical Inc. (Canabo) on equedia.com, which includes advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for Canabo.

In April 2017, Equedia was paid $110,000 plus reimbursement of expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for UGE International Ltd., by UGE International Ltd.

In April 2017, Equedia was paid $125,000 which includes expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arrange for Exro Technologies Inc., by Exro Technologies Inc..

In May 2017, Equedia was paid $200,000 for 13 months of advertising coverage by ABcann Global Corp. (ABcann) which includes advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for ABcann, including $450,000 worth of advertisements on Equedia.com and other third party networks since the initiation of the contract. ABcann has paid for an additional $75,000 worth of advertisements in December 2017 and $150,000 in February 2018. These services were paid for by ABcann

In October 2017, Equedia was granted incentive stock options to purchase up to 300,000 ​common shares of Delta 9 Cannabis Inc. at a price of $0.65. The options are subject to Delta 9's stock option plan and ​shall vest in four equal quarterly installments over a ​two-year period.

In March 2018, Equedia was paid $250,000 for advertising coverage of The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (TGOD), which includes advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for TGOD. These services were paid for by TGOD.

In March 2018, Equedia was paid $100,000 for advertising coverage of NexOptic Technology Corp (NexOptic), which includes expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for NexOptic. These services were paid for by NexOptic.

In April 2018, Equedia was paid US$175,000 for advertising coverage of Choom Holdings Inc. (CHOO), which includes expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for CHOO. These services were paid for by CHOO.

In May 2018, Equedia was paid $140,000 for advertising coverage of The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (TGOD), which includes advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for TGOD. These services were paid for by TGOD.

In May 2018, Equedia was paid $100,000 for advertising coverage of NexOptic Technology Corp (NexOptic), which includes expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for NexOptic. These services were paid for by NexOptic.

In June 2018, Equedia was paid $140,000 for advertising coverage of The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (TGOD), which includes expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for TGOD. These services were paid for by TGOD.

In June 2018, Equedia was paid US$500,000 for advertising coverage of the Alkaline Water Company (WTER), which includes expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for WTER. These services were paid for by WTER.

In June 2018, Equedia was paid $150,000 for advertising coverage of Abcann Global Corp. (ABCN), which includes expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for ABCN. These services were paid for by ABCN.

In July 2018, Equedia was paid $150,000 for advertising coverage of Mogo Finance Technologies (Mogo), which includes expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for Mogo. These services were paid for by Mogo.

In July 2018, Equedia was paid $145,000 for August advertising coverage of The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (TGOD), which includes expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for TGOD. These services were paid for by TGOD.

In July 2018, Equedia was paid US$200,000 for advertising coverage of Tidal Royalty Corp. (RLTY), which includes expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for RLTY. These services were paid for by RLTY.

In​ September 2018, Equedia was paid $​150,000 for two months of advertising coverage of ​Vivo Cannabis Inc. (​VIVO), which includes expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for ​VIVO. These services were paid for by ​VIVO.

In November 2018, Equedia was paid $500,000 for advertising coverage of Sproutly, Inc. (SPR), which includes expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for SPR. These services were paid for by SPR.

In January 2019, Equedia was paid US$500,000 for advertising coverage of the Alkaline Water Company (WTER), which includes expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for WTER. These services were paid for by WTER.

In January 2019, Equedia was paid $300,000 for six months of advertising coverage of Westleaf (WL), which includes expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for WL. These services were paid for by WL.

In March 2019, Equedia was paid US$200,000 for advertising coverage of the Alkaline Water Company (WTER), which includes expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for WTER. These services were paid for by WTER.

In May 2019, Equedia was paid US$400,000 for advertising coverage of the Alkaline Water Company (WTER), which includes expenses for advertisements on third party sites or other third party coverage that we arranged for WTER. These services were paid for by WTER.