If you are a registered shareholder, meaning you have a share certificate in your possession, you should contact Computershare Trust Company of Canada for information pertaining to your account.
If you are a beneficial shareholder, meaning you do not have a share certificate in your possession and your holdings are kept in the name of a nominee such as a trustee, financial institution or securities dealer, you should contact the nominee for information pertaining to your account.
Whether you are a registered or beneficial shareholder you must contact a nominee such as a trustee, financial institution or securities dealer to sell or transfer your shares.
REPLACING SHARE CERTIFICATES
If your TFI International share certificate has been lost, stolen or destroyed, you should contact Computershare Trust Company of Canada to inform them of the loss. A representative from the Shareholder Service department will send you the necessary documentation to arrange for the issuance of a replacement certificate. You will also be required to pay an indemnity bond premium fee, which is equal to 3% of the market value of the shares represented by your lost certificate(s).