On May 30, 2013, Dream became a public company pursuant to a plan of arrangement involving Dundee Corporation, Dream, DAM and SDC.
The objective of our disclosure policy is to ensure that communications to the investing public about Dream are timely, factual and accurate, and disseminated in accordance with all applicable legal and regulatory requirements.
Our Code of Conduct (the “Code) is our statement of the values and principles that guide us in our day-to-day business activities. The keystones are: integrity, respect, fairness, accountability and transparency. The Code supports our commitment to operate our business at the highest level of legal, moral and ethical standards. The Code applies to all directors, officers and employees of Dream Unlimited Corp.
At Dream, we are steadfast in our commitment to maintaining the highest business and personal ethical standards by dealing openly and honestly with our investors, tenants, suppliers and employees. With our Whistleblower Policy we marry this commitment to that of securities laws and regulations with respect to accounting standards and internal control standards. We have contracted EthicsPoint Inc., an independent service provider, to manage any complaints or concerns on our behalf. This service reports directly to the Audit Committee of Dream Unlimited Corp. and is available seven (7) days a week, 365 days a year. Any concerns may be reported directly, confidentially, and, if preferred, anonymously, through www.ethicspoint.com.
The Corporation has a majority voting policy, requiring that each Director nominee receive the support of a majority of the total number of votes cast by the shareholders entitled to elect such Director nominee, failing which such Director shall submit his or her resignation to the Board for consideration.