CANADA: Molson Canada debentures redeemed
Molson Canada 2005 has redeemed its debentures due last Friday (18 March). The wholly-owned indirect subsidiary of Molson Coors said late last week that it redeemed all outstanding C$100m 9.1% debentures, series 2, due 11 March 2013, C$150m 8.4% debentures, series 3, due 7 December 2018, C$200m 6% debentures, series A, due 2 June 2008 and C$100m 6.7% debentures, series B, due 2 June 2028.
Payment of the redemption price of the four debentures will be made on or after the redemption date, upon surrender of the debentures at the corporate trust office of the trustee, CIBC Mellon Trust Company, by mail, at P.O. Box 1036, Adelaide Street Postal Station, Toronto, Ontario M5C 2K4 or, by hand or courier, at 199 Bay Street, Commerce Court West, Securities Level, Toronto, Ontario M5L 1G9.
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