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THE MA NITOBA THE SECURITIES ACT Order No. 6463 S£, CU R i TI i;.S C O MMIS S ION Sections 148, 19(5), 148.2 February 7,2012 BARRIE WILLIAM CAHILL WHEREAS: (A) On March 25, 2011, The Manitoba Securities Commission ("Commission") issued a Notice of Hearing ("Notice") giving notice of its intention to hold a hearing to consider whether or not orders should be made under The Securities Act, R.S.M. 1988, c. S50 as amended ("Act") with respect to Barrie William Cahill ("CAHILL") and/or Dundee Private Investors Inc. ("DUNDEE"); (B) As a result of an appearance before a panel of the Commission on Se~tember 28, 2011, hearing dates were set for February th through to February 10t , 2012 commencing at 9:00 a.m. each day; (C) On January 30, 2012, a Notice of Discontinuance was issued discontinuing the proceedings against DUNDEE; (D) On February 7, 2012, the matter appeared before a panel of the Commission; (E) Upon reviewing the Affidavits of Service, filed , and being satisfied as to service upon the respondent CAHILL, upon reviewing the documentary evidence submitted by counsel for staff, and upon hearing the submissions of counsel for staff of the Commission no one appearing for the respondent CAHILL, the Commission is of the opinion that it is in the public interest to make this order. IT IS ORDERED: 1. THAT pursuant to section 148 of the Act, CAHILL be cease traded permanently. 2. THAT pursuant to subsection 19(5) of the Act, subsection 19(1) of the Act, with respect to such of the trades referred to in that subsection , and subsection .19(2) of the Act, with respect to such of the securities referred to in that subsection , do not apply to CAHILL permanently. 3. THAT pursuant to section 148.2 of the Act, CAHILL pay to Gertrude Patricia Page the amount of $10,000.00.
4. THAT CAHILL pay to $3,645.00. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION Page 2 the Commission costs in the amount of
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