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Dividends & Tax


The declaration, timing, amount and payment of dividends are at the discretion of the Board of Directors and will depend upon the Company’s future earnings, cash flows, acquisition capital requirements and financial condition, and other relevant factors. There can be no assurance that the Company will declare a dividend on a quarterly, annual or other basis.

Record Date Payable Date Amount
October 21, 2022 November 4, 2022 $0.01/common share
December 30, 2022 January 13, 2023 $0.01/common share
March 31, 2023 April 14, 2023 $0.011/common share
June 30, 2023 July 14, 2023 $0.011/common share
September 29, 2023 October 13, 2023 $0.011/common share
December 29, 2023 January 12, 2024 $0.011/common share
March 29, 2024 April 12, 2024 $0.012/common share
June 28, 2024 July 12, 2024 $0.012/common share


The Company has implemented a dividend reinvestment plan (“DRIP”) in order to permit eligible shareholders of record to receive shares at a discount instead of cash following the declaration of common share dividends. For more information, please see the Company’s press release dated March 18, 2024 available here.

Unless otherwise amended by the Board of Directors or announced by the Company, funds reinvested under the DRIP will be by way of Treasury Acquisitions, as defined in the DRIP, and will be issued with a 5% discount to the Average Market Price, as defined in the DRIP.

Registered holders may submit enrolment forms to [email protected]. Non-registered beneficial shareholders who wish to participate in the DRIP should contact their financial advisor, broker, investment dealer, bank or other financial institution that holds their common shares to inquire about the applicable enrolment deadline and to request enrolment in the DRIP. For more information on how to enroll or any other inquiries, please visit or contact [email protected].


A Direct Deposit option is in place to provide shareholders who have Canadian bank accounts with a method of receiving cash dividends as a direct deposit into their bank account.



Dividends paid on common shares are designated as eligible dividends for Canadian income tax purposes. If you have any questions regarding the taxation of eligible dividends, please contact your Canadian tax advisor or your local office of the Canada Revenue Agency.


Shareholders who are not residents of Canada for income tax purposes are encouraged to seek advice from a qualified tax advisor in their country of residence regarding the tax treatment of dividends.


Dividends paid or payable to non-residents of Canada are subject, on the date of payment, to a withholding tax of 25%, as prescribed by the Income Tax Act (Canada). This withholding tax may be reduced in accordance with reciprocal tax treaties. In the case of the Tax Treaty between Canada and the U.S., the withholding tax for U.S. residents is prescribed at 15%.

Vox encourages all non-resident shareholders holding shares directly on the company’s register (as opposed to through an intermediary such as CDS & Co.) to complete the Canada Revenue Agency’s Form NR301 and return the completed form to [email protected] in order for Vox’s transfer agent, TSX Trust, to apply the correct amount of withholding prior to payment of dividends. For more information, please visit the Canada Revenue Agency’s website here.

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