Indigenous Economic Reconciliation is Vital for all Canadians

August 10, 2020

In Bridging Finance Inc.’s (“Bridging“) continued efforts to raise awareness and build support for economic reconciliation of Indigenous communities in Canada, Bridging recently launched an advertising campaign in The Globe and Mail. Below is a half page ad that was published in the Saturday, August 1 edition of The Globe and Mail which will be followed by a month long digital campaign in the Business section.


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Ian Baele, Senior Vice President, Sales – C: (416) 937-7641,

Scott Miller, Director, Sales – C: (647) 984-7524,

David Sharpe, Chief Executive Officer – C: (647) 981-5658,;




The Bridging Indigenous Impact Fund is generally exposed to the following risks. See the offering memorandum of the Bridging Indigenous Impact Fund for a description of these risks: Speculative Investments; Limited Operating History for the Trust; Distributions and Allocations; Class Risk; Repayment of Certain Distributions; Dependence of Manager on Key Personnel; Reliance on the Manager; Possible Effect of Redemptions; Tax Liability; Potential Indemnification Obligations; Not a Public Mutual Fund; Changes in Investment Strategies; Valuation of the Trust’s Investments; Lack of Independent Experts Representing Trustee’s; No Involvement of Unaffiliated Selling Agent; General Economic and Market Conditions; Liquidity of Underling Investments; Credit Risk; Impaired Loans; No Insurance; Joint Ventures and Co-Investments; Litigation; Fixed Income Securities; Equity Securities; Possible Correlation With Traditional Investments; Idle Cash; Currency Risk; Concentration.

The Bridging Indigenous Impact Fund is offered on a private placement basis pursuant to an offering memorandum and is only available to investors who meet certain eligibility or minimum purchase amount requirements under applicable securities legislation. The offering memorandum contains important information about the Bridging Indigenous Impact Fund including its investment objectives and strategies, purchase options, applicable management fees, performance fees, other charges and expenses, and should be read carefully before investing. Performance data represents past performance of the Bridging Indigenous Impact Fund and is not indicative of future performance. Data based on performance history of less than five years may not give prospective investors enough information to base investment decisions on. Please contact your own personal advisor on your particular circumstances. This communication does not contain an offer to sell or solicitation to purchase securities of the Bridging Indigenous Impact Fund. The information contained herein does not constitute an offer or solicitation by anyone in the United States or in any other jurisdiction in which such an offer or solicitation is not authorized or to any person to whom it is unlawful to make such an offer or solicitation. Prospective investors who are not residents in Canada should contact their financial advisor to determine whether securities of the Bridging Indigenous Impact Fund may be lawfully in their jurisdiction.

Bridging Finance Inc. is the Manager of the Bridging Indigenous Impact Fund. (August/2020)