LEASE OF OFFICE SPACE

                                                          DATE: DECEMBER 9, 2003

BETWEEN:

                           CHURCHILL OFFICE PARK LTD.

                                                                    ("Landlord")

AND

                                COREL CORPORATION

                                                                      ("Tenant")

PREMISES: 1600 Carling Avenue, Suites 100, 200, 220 and 300, Ottawa, Ontario.

LANDLORD AND TENANT, in consideration of the covenants herein contained, hereby
agree as follows:

ARTICLE 1.00 DEFINITIONS

1.01 DEFINITIONS

     In this Lease:

     (a)  "Annual Rent" means:

          (i)  for the period from the Commencement Date to and including the
               last day of the Term for Premises B, both the Annual Rent for
               Premises A and the Annual Rent for Premises B; and

          (ii) for the balance of the Term, the Annual Rent for Premises A.

     (b)  "Annual Rent for Premises A" means in respect of the following
          period(s), the following annual amount(s), monthly installment (s) and
          annual rates calculated on the basis of the Square Feet in Premises A:



                                                         Monthly     Annual Square
Period                                 Annual Amount   Installment     Foot Rate
------                                 -------------   -----------   -------------
                                                            
January 1, 2004 to December 31, 2008    $767,216.78     $63,934.73       $22.03


     (c)  "Annual Rent for Premises B" means in respect of the following
          period(s), the following annual amount(s), monthly installments) and
          annual rates calculated on the basis of the Square Feet in Premises B:



                                                         Monthly     Annual Square
Period                                 Annual Amount   Installment     Foot Rate
------                                 -------------   -----------   -------------
                                                            
January 1, 2004 to December 31, 2006    $767,216.78     $63,934.73       $22.03


     (d)  "Article" means an article of this Lease.

     (e)  "Building" has the meaning ascribed thereto in Schedule B.

     (f)  "Business Day" means any day except Saturday, Sunday and statutory
          holidays in the Province of Ontario.

     (g)  "Commencement Date" means January 1, 2004, being the first day of the
          Term.

     (h)  "Common Areas" has the meaning ascribed thereto in Schedule B.

     (i)  "Environmental Laws" means any federal, provincial, municipal or local
          law, ordinance or regulation related to environmental conditions on,
          under, at, near or about the Land (as defined in Schedule B) or

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          Building, or related to Landlord, Tenant or the Land, air, soil or
          ground water condition, including without limitation, the generation,
          storage or disposal of Hazardous Substances (as defined in Section
          6.05 of Schedule B), now or hereafter enacted or promulgated by any
          governmental authority having jurisdiction over Landlord, Tenant, the
          Land or Building (the "Authorities").

     (j)  "Event of Default" has the meaning ascribed thereto in Section 19.03
          of this Lease.

     (k)  "Fiscal Year" means the period ending on December 31st (all or part of
          which falls within the Term) or such other period from time to time
          determined by Landlord.

     (l)  "Lease" means this lease, Schedules A, B, C and, if applicable, D to
          this Lease, and every properly executed instrument which by its terms
          amends, modifies or supplements this Lease.

     (m)  "Leasehold Improvements" means the alterations, fixtures and
          improvements in or serving the Premises made from time to time by or
          on behalf of Tenant or any prior occupant of the Premises with the
          exception only of furniture and equipment not in the nature of
          fixtures.

     (n)  "Normal Business Hours" has the meaning ascribed thereto in Schedule
          B.

     (o)  "Operating Costs" means the amounts determined in accordance with
          Section 2.02 of Schedule B.

     (p)  "Other Charges" means amounts payable to Landlord under Article 4.04.

     (q)  "Premises A" means the area on the first and second floors of the
          Building shown hatched on Schedule A-l having a gross leasable area of
          approximately 34,826 square feet and shall extend from the upper
          surface of the structural sub-floor to the lower surface of the
          suspended ceiling within the boundaries of the Premises as described
          in Section 3.00 of Schedule B.

     (r)  "Premises B" means the area on the second and third floors of the
          Building shown hatched on Schedule A-2 having a gross leasable area of
          approximately 34,826 square feet and shall extend from the upper
          surface of the structural sub-floor to the lower surface of the
          suspended ceiling within the boundaries of the Premises as described
          in Section 3.00 of Schedule B.

     (s)  "Premises" means:

          (i)  for the period from the Commencement Date to and including the
               last day of the Term for Premises B, both Premises A and Premises
               B; and

          (ii) for the balance of the Term, means Premises A.

     (t)  "Prime" means the rate of interest per annum from time to time
          announced by Toronto Dominion Bank or its successors and reported to
          the Bank of Canada as its prime rate for Canadian dollar loans.

     (u)  "Rent" means the aggregate of all amounts payable by Tenant pursuant
          to any provision of this Lease except under Article 4.03.

     (v)  "Rental Taxes" means any tax or duty imposed upon either Landlord or
          Tenant which is measured by or based in whole or in part directly upon
          the Rent payable under this Lease or in respect of the rental or
          rental value of Premises under this Lease whether existing at the date
          hereof or hereafter imposed by any governmental authority including,
          without limitation, goods and services taxes, value added tax,
          business transfer tax, sales tax, federal sales tax, excise taxes or
          duties or any tax similar to the foregoing.

     (w)  "Rules and Regulations" means the rules and regulations from time to
          time made by Landlord and consisting as of the Commencement Date of
          those listed in Schedule C.

     (x)  "Square Feet in Premises A" means approximately 34,826 square feet to
          be determined by Landlord in accordance with Section 3.00 of Schedule
          B.

     (y)  "Square Feet in Premises B" means approximately 34,826 square feet to
          be determined by Landlord in accordance with Section 3.00 of Schedule
          B.

     (z)  "Square Feet in the Premises" means:

          (i)  for the period the Commencement Date to and including the last
               day of the Term for Premises B, the total square footage of the
               Square Feet in Premises A and the Square Feet in Premises B,
               being approximately 69,652 square feet; and

          (ii) for the balance of the Term, the Square Feet in Premises A, being
               approximately 34,826 square feet;

          in each case to be determined by Landlord in accordance with Section
          3.00 of Schedule B.

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     (aa) "Tenant's Proportionate Share" means the amount determined in
          accordance with section 2.01(c) of Schedule B.

     (bb) "Term" means:

          (i)  with respect to Premises A, the Term for Premises A; and

          (ii) with respect to Premises B, the Term for Premises B.

     (cc) "Term for Premises A" shall have the meaning ascribed thereto in
          Article 3.01.

     (dd) "Term for Premises B" shall have the meaning ascribed thereto in
          Article 3.01.

ARTICLE 2.00 GRANT OF LEASE

2.01 SURRENDER OF PRIOR LEASE.

     Prior to the Commencement Date, the relationship between Landlord and
     Tenant was governed by a lease made as of December 1, 1996 (the "Prior
     Lease"). Landlord and Tenant have agreed that such lease is to be
     surrendered and replaced by this Lease. Accordingly, the Prior Lease is
     hereby surrendered as of midnight on December 31, 2003 (the "Surrender
     Date"), being the day preceding the Commencement Date of this Lease and
     shall thereafter be of no further force or effect save and except as
     provided in this Section 2.01 and in Section 2.02 of this Lease.

     Notwithstanding the foregoing and any provision of this Lease or the Prior
     Lease to the contrary, Landlord and Tenant agree that:

     (a)  the surrender of the Prior Lease is without prejudice to the parties'
          respective covenants and obligations thereunder for the period from
          December 1, 1996 (being the commencement date of the same) up to and
          including December 31, 2003, including without limitation, Tenant's
          obligation to pay for such period all Rent (as defined in the Prior
          Lease) and additional rent, including without limitation, Operating
          Expenses, Real Estate Taxes, Tax on Capital and the Electrical Amount
          (each as defined in the Prior Lease, and together with the Rent, being
          herein called the "Prior Rent") as contemplated by the Prior Lease,
          including without limitation, the payment of the adjustments of such
          amounts pursuant to Section 6.06 of the Prior Lease;

     (b)  Tenant confirms that Landlord is not in breach of any obligation under
          the Prior Lease, and that it has no claims against Landlord and will
          not make any claims in respect of any adjustment, readjustment,
          billings, alleged overpayments of Prior Rent, security deposits,
          deposits, credits or any other matter relating to the Prior Lease
          except as expressly provided for in this Section 2.0l(b). Tenant has
          paid $1,685,062.35 (including $110,237.72 GST) on account of the Prior
          Rent for the period from January 1, 2004 to and including March 31,
          2004. Landlord shall reimburse Tenant $1,685,062.35 (including
          $110,237.72 GST) for the difference between the Prior Rent for the
          period from January 1, 2004 to and including March 31, 2004 and the
          Rent payable in accordance with this Lease for the same three (3)
          month period (the "Reimbursement Amount"). Such Reimbursement Amount
          shall be applied by Landlord in payment of the Rent under this Lease
          as it accrues commencing April 1, 2004;

     (c)  immediately following the Surrender Date, Tenant shall remove all
          Tenant's personal property and, in accordance with Section 14.04 of
          the Prior Lease, remove those improvements, alterations, additions and
          repairs described in Schedule H to this Lease (jointly and severally,
          the "Prior Improvements") from the premises leased to Tenant pursuant
          to the Prior Lease (excluding for this purpose, the Premises), and
          restore such premises to their original condition and repair any
          damage to such premises or the Building, as the case may be,
          occasioned by the installation, removal or restoration of such Prior
          Improvements. Tenant shall complete the removal of its personal
          property and the Prior Improvements from floors six, seven and eight
          of the Building by April 18, 2004, and from floors four and five of
          the Building by May 16, 2004. Such alterations by Tenant shall be
          carried out in accordance with Section 7.03 of this Lease and Tenant's
          access to the Land and Building for such purpose shall be subject to,
          and Tenant shall abide by, all building safety and other rules and
          regulations relating to the use of the Building, shipping and removing
          goods, removal of property, and alterations that may be contained in
          this Lease or may otherwise be communicated to Tenant by Landlord and,
          in addition, all exculpatory clauses, indemnities and releases
          contained in this Lease shall bind Tenant in respect of such activity.
          If Tenant fails to remove its personal property as aforesaid, such
          personal property shall at the option of Landlord become its property,
          and may be appropriated, sold, removed, destroyed or otherwise
          disposed of by Landlord without notice or obligation to compensate
          Tenant or to account to Tenant, and Tenant shall pay to Landlord on
          demand all costs incurred by Landlord in connection therewith, plus an
          administration fee of fifteen percent (15%) of such costs; and

     (d)  Landlord confirms that Tenant is not in breach of any obligation under
          the Prior Lease and has paid the Prior Rent in accordance with the
          Prior Lease, and that subject to Tenant's performance of its
          obligations pursuant to subsection 2.01(c) and its obligation to pay
          adjustments with respect to the Prior Rent in accordance with the
          Prior Lease, Landlord has no claims against Tenant and will not make
          any claims in respect of any other matter relating to the Prior Lease,
          in being agreed and understood in this regard that Landlord shall be
          entitled to and Tenant shall pay all adjustments with respect to the
          Prior Rent in accordance with the Prior Lease.

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2.02 PRIOR CLAIMS.

     Landlord and Tenant agree that although the Prior Lease is by Section 2.01
     of this Lease surrendered and is as of the Commencement Date of this Lease
     of no further force or effect, such surrender shall not apply to any third
     party claims involving either or both Landlord and Tenant with respect to
     the Prior Lease or the Land which relate to the period prior to the
     Commencement Date of this Lease, it being agreed and understood that such
     claims shall be dealt with in accordance with the applicable provisions of
     the Prior Lease. Third party claims which relate to the period from and
     after the Commencement Date of this Lease shall be dealt with in accordance
     with the applicable provisions of this Lease. Landlord and Tenant represent
     and warrant to the other party that as of the Commencement Date of this
     Lease, neither party has actual knowledge of any third party claims arising
     prior to the Surrender Date relating to the Prior Lease.

2.03 TENANT'S AUTHORITY.

     Tenant represents and warrants that it has as of the Surrender Date the
     right, full power and authority to surrender the Prior Lease to Landlord on
     the conditions contained herein, and that, as of the Surrender Date, Tenant
     has not executed any other instruments, deeds or other documents (excluding
     only this Lease) nor entered into any unwritten transactions pursuant to
     which the Premises (as defined in the Prior Lease), the Prior Lease or the
     unexpired portion of the term of the Prior Lease, including any renewals or
     extensions thereof, shall in any way be charged, encumbered, liened,
     assigned or otherwise transferred or subleased. For the purposes of
     clarity, the parties acknowledge and agree that the space in the Building
     occupied by Cafe" Plus and by BMO Nesbitt Burns, respectively, is and
     always has been occupied pursuant to direct leases between such parties and
     the Landlord, and not by subleases from the Tenant.

2.04 LANDLORD'S AUTHORITY.

     Landlord represents and warrants that as of the Surrender Date it has the
     right, full power and authority to agree to accept Tenant's surrender of
     the Prior Lease on the conditions contained herein.

2.05 GRANT

     Landlord hereby demises and leases the Premises to Tenant, and Tenant
     hereby leases and accepts the Premises from Landlord, in a "then as is"
     condition, to have and to hold during the Term, subject to the terms and
     conditions of this Lease. Landlord hereby grants to Tenant a non-exclusive
     licence throughout the Term subject to control of Landlord and to
     Landlord's right to alter them in accordance with this Lease to use those
     parts of the Common Areas providing access to or, in the case of the area
     above the suspended ceiling to the lower surface of the structural ceiling,
     servicing the Premises.

2.06 QUIET ENJOYMENT

     If there has been no Event of Default, Tenant shall be entitled to peaceful
     and quiet enjoyment of the Premises for the Term without interruption or
     interference by Landlord or any person claiming through Landlord.

2.07 COVENANTS OF LANDLORD AND TENANT

     Landlord covenants to observe and perform all of the terms and conditions
     to be observed and performed by Landlord under this Lease. Tenant covenants
     to pay the Rent when due under this Lease and to observe and perform all of
     the terms and conditions to be observed and performed by Tenant under this
     Lease.

2.08 NET LEASE

     Tenant acknowledges and agrees that it is intended that the Lease and the
     Rent payable hereunder are completely net and carefree to Landlord.

ARTICLE 3.00 TERM AND POSSESSION

3.01 TERM

     The Term of this Lease, unless terminated earlier as provided in this
     Lease, in respect of each of Premises A and Premises B, as the case may be,
     is as follows:

     The Term for Premises A shall be five (5) years beginning on the 1st day of
     the month of January, 2004 and ending on the last day of the month of
     December, 2008, unless extended pursuant to Article 21.04 of Schedule D, in
     which case the Term for Premises A shall end on December 31, 2010.

     The Term for Premises B shall be three (3) years beginning on the 1st day
     of the month of January, 2004 and ending on the last day of the month of
     December, 2006, unless extended pursuant to Article 21.05 of Schedule D, in
     which case the Term for Premises B shall end on December 31, 2008, unless
     further extended pursuant to Article 21.06 of Schedule D, in which case the
     Term for Premises B shall end on December 31, 2010.

     Where the context requires, the references in this Lease to Term shall
     mean, the Term in respect of each of the Premises A and B, as applicable,
     as provided in this Article 3.01.

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3.02 ACCEPTANCE OF PREMISES

     Taking possession of all or any part of the Premises by Tenant shall be
     conclusive evidence as against Tenant that the Premises or such part
     thereof are in satisfactory condition except for water leaking into the
     Building and accumulating in the ground floor corridor on the far west side
     of the Building, which leak Landlord agrees to repair without delay.
     Landlord also acknowledges that there is a water leak in the Building which
     leak causes the accumulation of water in the Building's atrium, which area
     is not a part of the Premises, but which leak Landlord also agrees to
     repair without delay.

ARTICLE 4.00 RENT, OPERATING COSTS AND TAXES

4.01 ANNUAL RENT

     Subject to the application by Landlord of the Reimbursement Amount pursuant
     to subsection 2.01(b), Tenant shall pay to Landlord as Annual Rent the
     amount(s) set out in Article 1.01(a), payable in advance and without notice
     in monthly installments as set out in Article 1.01 (a), on the Commencement
     Date and on the first day of each calendar month thereafter during the
     Term.

4.02 OPERATING COSTS, TAXES AND UTILITIES

     Tenant shall pay to Landlord, at the times and in the manner provided in
     Article 4.07, Taxes, utilities and Tenant's Proportionate Share of
     Operating Costs all as determined under this Lease including Schedule B.

4.03 RENTAL TAXES

     Tenant shall pay to Landlord all Rental Taxes applicable from time to time.
     Landlord shall calculate the amount of Rental Taxes payable by Tenant in
     accordance with the applicable legislation and Tenant shall pay such amount
     together with monthly installments of Rent. The amount payable by Tenant
     under this Article 4.03 shall be deemed not to be Rent for the purpose of
     such calculation but in the event of a failure by Tenant to pay under this
     Article 4.03, Landlord shall have the same rights and remedies as it has in
     the Event of Default by Tenant in the payment of Rent.

4.04 OTHER CHARGES

     Tenant shall pay to Landlord, at the times and in the manner provided in
     this Lease or, if not so provided, upon demand by Landlord, all amounts
     (other than those payable under Articles 4.01, 4.02, and 4.03) that are
     payable by Tenant under this Lease.

4.05 PAYMENT OF RENT - GENERAL

     All amounts payable by Tenant under this Lease, except that payable under
     Article 4.03, shall be deemed to be Rent and shall be payable and
     recoverable as Rent in the manner herein provided, and Landlord shall have
     all rights against Tenant for default in any such payment as in the case of
     arrears of Rent. Tenant shall pay to Landlord Rent, in legal tender of the
     jurisdiction in which the Building is located, without deduction or
     set-off, as a covenant independent of all other covenants of Landlord or
     Tenant in this Lease. Tenant's obligation to pay Rent shall survive the
     expiration or earlier termination of this Lease.

4.06 RENT - ADJUSTMENT

     If the Term begins on a day other than the first day of a calendar month or
     ends on a day other than the last day of a calendar month, the Rent payable
     for such month shall be prorated on a per diem basis using a three hundred
     and sixty five (365) day period.

4.07 PAYMENT - OPERATING COSTS AND TAXES

     (a)  Prior to the Commencement Date and not less than fifteen (15) days
          prior to the beginning of each Fiscal Year thereafter, Landlord shall
          compute and deliver to Tenant a bona fide estimate of Taxes and
          Tenant's Proportionate Share of Operating Costs for the appropriate
          Fiscal Year and without further notice Tenant shall pay to Landlord in
          monthly installments one-twelfth (1/12th) of such estimate
          simultaneously with Tenant's payments of Annual Rent.

     (b)  Landlord shall deliver to Tenant within one hundred twenty (120) days
          after the end of each Fiscal Year a written statement (the
          "Statement") setting out in reasonable detail the amount of Operating
          Costs and Taxes for such Fiscal Year and certified by a representative
          of Landlord. If the amount of Taxes and Tenant's Proportionate Share
          of Operating Costs actually paid by Tenant to Landlord during such
          Fiscal Year differs from the amount of Taxes and Tenant's
          Proportionate Share of Operating Costs payable for such Fiscal Year,
          Tenant shall pay such difference to Landlord or Landlord shall pay
          such difference to Tenant, as the case may be, without interest within
          thirty (30) days after the date of delivery of the Statement. Failure
          of Landlord to render any statement under this section shall not
          prejudice Landlord's right to render such Statement thereafter or with
          respect to any other period, or relieve Tenant from its obligations
          hereunder. Landlord shall not, however, be permitted to claim against
          Tenant for any amount not included in a Statement or for any
          adjustment of any amount included in a Statement (in each case save
          and except for Taxes) unless such claim is made within eighteen (18)

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          months following the last day of the Fiscal Year to which such
          Statement pertains, it being agreed and understood in this regard that
          such limitation shall not apply to Taxes.

          Landlord's estimate of Operating Costs and Taxes for the calendar year
          2004 is $16.77 per square foot. As the foregoing is only an estimate,
          Landlord makes no representation or warranty as to the amount of the
          Operating Costs or Taxes.

     (c)  If Tenant disputes the accuracy of any Statement, Tenant shall
          nevertheless make payment in accordance with the Statement, but the
          disagreement shall be promptly referred by Landlord for prompt
          decision to an independent professional consultant, agreed upon by
          Landlord and Tenant, both acting reasonably, who is qualified by
          education and experience to make such decision and who shall be deemed
          to be acting as an expert and not an arbitrator. The consultant's
          signed determination shall be final and binding on both Landlord and
          Tenant. Any adjustment required to any previous payment made by Tenant
          or Landlord by reason of any such determination shall be made within
          fourteen (14) days thereof, and the party required to pay such
          adjustment shall bear all costs of the consultant, except that if the
          amount to be paid is three percent (3%) or less of the amount in
          dispute, Tenant shall pay all such costs.

     (d)  Tenant may only dispute a Statement and claim a re-adjustment by
          notice given to Landlord within six (6) months after the date of
          delivery of the Statement to Tenant.

ARTICLE 5.00 USE OF PREMISES

5.01 USE

     The Premises shall be actively, diligently and continuously used and
     occupied only as a business office for the business of computer software
     development, maintenance and sales. Tenant shall operate the business
     office in a first-class, reputable manner befitting the reputation and
     image of the Building.

5.02 COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS

     Tenant shall use and occupy and shall cause the Premises to be used and
     occupied in a safe, careful and proper manner so as not to contravene any
     present or future governmental or quasi-governmental laws in force or
     regulations or orders, including without limitation all applicable
     Environmental Laws. To the extent Tenant's use or occupancy of the
     Premises, improvements are necessary to comply with any of the foregoing or
     with the requirements of insurance carriers, Tenant shall pay to Landlord
     the entire cost thereof. Tenant will immediately advise Landlord in writing
     of (i) any and all governmental or regulatory notices, orders and/or
     actions instituted, completed, or threatened affecting the Premises; and
     (ii) all claims made or threatened by any third party against Tenant,
     Landlord or the Premises arising out of Tenant's use or occupancy of the
     Premises and the Land.

5.03 ABANDONMENT

     Tenant shall not vacate or abandon the Premises.

5.04 NUISANCE

     Tenant shall not cause or maintain any nuisance in or about the Premises,
     and shall keep the Premises free of debris or anything kept in a manner
     which attracts rodents, vermin and anything of a dangerous, noxious or
     offensive nature or which could create a fire hazard (through undue load on
     electrical circuits or otherwise) or undue vibration, heat or noise.

5.05 EXTRAORDINARY INSTALLATIONS

     Tenant shall not install anything that might affect the integrity or
     capacity of either the structure or the systems of the Building without the
     prior written consent of Landlord, which consent may be arbitrarily
     withheld at Landlord's sole discretion.

5.06 JEOPARDY OF INSURANCE

     Tenant shall neither do nor omit to do anything that might result in the
     actual or threatened reduction or cancellation of or material adverse
     change in the insurance maintained by Landlord in respect of the Building,
     or, except as permitted in accordance with the terms of this Lease, that it
     will neither do or omit to do anything that might result in any increase in
     the premiums for insurance maintained by Landlord in respect of the
     Building. If the premiums for such insurance are increased as a result of
     the use or occupancy of the Premises or any article kept on the Premises or
     any act or omission of Tenant or any person for whom Tenant is in law
     responsible or any subtenant of the Premises, Tenant shall pay to Landlord
     the entire amount of such increase, or if any such insurance is actually,
     or threatened to be, either cancelled, reduced or materially adversely
     changed by an insurer by reason of the use or occupancy of the Premises,
     and if Tenant fails to remedy the condition or the use or occupancy giving
     rise to such actual or threatened cancellation, reduction or change within
     two (2) Business Days after notice thereof, Landlord may, without limiting
     its other remedies for the default, either:

     (a)  re-enter and take possession of the Premises forthwith upon notice by
          Landlord to Tenant of its intention to do so; or

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     (b)  enter upon the Premises and remedy the condition, use or occupancy
          giving rise to such actual or threatened cancellation, reduction or
          change, and Tenant shall pay to Landlord its costs reasonably incurred
          doing so forthwith on demand. No such entry by Landlord shall be
          deemed a re-entry or a breach of Article 2.02 and Landlord shall not
          be liable for any damage to either the Premises or any property
          located on the Premises as a result of such entry.

ARTICLE 6.00 SERVICES, MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND ALTERATIONS BY LANDLORD

6.01 OPERATION OF BUILDING

     Landlord shall operate and maintain the Building in a first-class,
     reputable manner befitting the reputation and image of the Building, in
     accordance with all applicable laws and regulations and with standards from
     time to time prevailing for similar office buildings in the area in which
     the Building is located, subject, however,to the limitations occasioned by
     the design and age of the Building and the capacity of its systems and
     shall provide the services set out in Articles 6.02, 6.03 and 6.04, subject
     to such limitations, and shall be entitled to make the alterations set out
     in Article 6.06. Landlord's costs associated with this Article 6.00 that
     are properly includable in Operating Costs shall be included.

6.02 SERVICES TO PREMISES

     Landlord shall provide in the Premises:

     (a)  heat, ventilation and cooling as required for the comfortable use and
          occupancy of the Premises during Normal Business Hours;

     (b)  janitor services, in accordance with the Building cleaning standards
          which may change from time to time, provided that Tenant shall leave
          the Premises in a reasonably tidy condition at the end of each
          business day;

     (c)  electric power for lighting and small business office equipment (but
          not lighting or equipment using amounts of power disproportionate to
          that used by typical office tenants); and

     (d)  replacement of the standard fluorescent tubes, light bulbs and
          ballasts used in the Building as required from time to time as a
          result of normal usage.

6.03 BUILDING SERVICES

     Landlord shall provide in the Building:

     (a)  domestic running water and necessary supplies in washrooms sufficient
          for the normal use thereof by occupants in the Building;

     (b)  elevator or escalator service if included in the Building;

     (c)  heat, ventilation, cooling, lighting, electric power, domestic running
          water, and janitor service in those areas of the Building from time to
          time designated by Landlord for use during Normal Business Hours by
          Tenant in common with all tenants and other persons in the Building
          but under the exclusive control of Landlord;

     (d)  a general directory board on which Tenant shall be entitled to have
          its name shown, provided that Landlord shall have exclusive control
          thereof and of the space thereon to be allocated to each tenant;

     (e)  maintenance, repair, and replacement as set out in Article 6.04; and

     (f)  building security outside Normal Business Hours.

6.04 MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT

     Landlord shall operate, maintain, repair and replace the systems,
     facilities and equipment necessary for the provision of services of
     Landlord under Articles 6.02 and 6.03 and shall maintain and repair the
     foundations, structure and roof of the Building and repair damage to the
     Building which Landlord is obligated to insure against under Article 9.00,
     provided that:

     (a)  if all or part of such systems, facilities and equipment require
          maintenance or inspections or are destroyed, damaged or impaired,
          Landlord shall promptly and diligently complete the necessary repair
          or replacement, (it being agreed and understood mat Landlord shall
          have a reasonable time in which to do so), and during the period of
          repair or replacement shall only be required to maintain such services
          as are reasonably possible in the circumstances;

     (b)  Landlord shall use reasonable diligence in carrying out its
          obligations under this Article 6.04, but shall not be liable in any
          circumstances for any direct, indirect or consequential damages to
          Tenant or any other person or property for any failure to do so;

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     (c)  no reduction or discontinuance of such services or loss of use of the
          Premises shall be construed as an eviction of Tenant or (except as
          specifically provided in this Lease) release Tenant from any
          obligation under this Lease; and

     (d)  nothing contained herein shall derogate from the provisions of Article
          16.00.

6.05 ADDITIONAL SERVICES

     (a)  If from time to time requested in writing by Tenant and to the extent
          that Landlord is reasonably able to do so, Landlord may elect to
          provide in the Premises services in addition to those set out in
          Article 6.02, provided that Tenant shall within thirty (30) days of
          receipt of any invoices for any such additional service pay Landlord
          therefor at such reasonable rates as Landlord may from time to time
          establish.

     (b)  Tenant shall not without Landlord's written consent install in the
          Premises equipment which generates sufficient heat to affect the
          temperature otherwise maintained in the Premises by the air
          conditioning system as normally operated. Landlord may install
          supplementary air conditioning units, facilities or services in the
          Premises, or modify its air conditioning system, as may in Landlord's
          reasonable opinion be required to maintain proper temperature levels,
          and Tenant shall pay Landlord at the same time and in the same manner
          as Tenant is required to pay Annual Rent hereunder for the month
          immediately following delivery to Tenant of the invoice for all the
          costs thereof reasonably incurred by Landlord in connection therewith,
          including installation, operation and maintenance expenses plus ten
          percent (10%) of such costs for overhead.

     (c)  If Landlord shall from time to time reasonably determine that the use
          of electricity or any other utility or service in the Premises is
          disproportionate to the use of other typical office tenants, Landlord
          may separately charge Tenant for the excess costs attributable to such
          disproportionate use calculated on a consistent and reasonable basis.

     (d)  upon the request of Tenant, Landlord shall install and maintain at
          Tenant's expense, metering devices for measuring the use of any
          utility or service in the Premises. Tenant shall pay Landlord within
          thirty (30) days of receipt of any invoice for the cost of
          installation and maintenance of such device plus ten percent (10%) of
          such cost on account of Landlord's overhead. In addition, Landlord may
          in its sole discretion elect to install and maintain at Landlord's
          expense, metering devices for measuring the use of any utility or
          service in the Premises.

6.06 ALTERATIONS BY LANDLORD

     Landlord may from time to time:

     (a)  make repairs, replacements, changes or additions to the structure,
          systems, facilities and equipment in the Building (including the
          Premises) where necessary to serve the Premises or other parts of the
          Building;

     (b)  make changes in or additions to any part of the Building not in or
          forming part of the Premises;

     (c)  terminate or amend Tenant's right of use of any of the Common Areas or
          eliminate or change the location and size of any of the Common Areas
          or their facilities, provided that access by Tenant to the Premises
          from the elevator lobbies remains available;

     (d)  retain contractors and employ all personnel, including supervisory
          personnel and managers, that Landlord considers necessary for the
          effective maintenance, repair, operation, management and control of
          the Building; and

     (e)  do and perform such other acts in and to the Building or any of its
          component parts as Landlord considers reasonable for the proper and
          efficient maintenance, repair, operation, management and control of
          the Building,

     provided that in the course of Landlord's exercise of its rights hereunder,
     Landlord shall be deemed not to have re-entered the Premises nor to have
     breached Article 2.02. Landlord shall perform all of its work as
     expeditiously as is reasonably possible so as to interfere as little as is
     reasonably possible with Tenant's use of the Premises.

6.07 ACCESS BY LANDLORD

     Tenant shall permit Landlord, its agents and consultants to enter the
     Premises outside Normal Business Hours, and during Normal Business Hours if
     such entry is necessitated by an emergency or will not unreasonably disturb
     or interfere with Tenant's use of the Premises, to inspect, to provide
     services or make repairs, replacements, changes or alterations as set out
     in this Lease, to take such steps as Landlord may deem necessary, acting as
     would a reasonable and prudent landlord, for the safety, improvement or
     preservation of the Premises or the Building, to remedy any nuisance in the
     Premises, to show the Premises to mortgagees, prospective mortgagees,
     purchasers, and prospective purchasers and, during the last eighteen (18)
     months of the Term, to prospective tenants. Except in case of emergency or
     imminent injury or damage, Landlord shall provide twenty-four (24) hours'
     notice to Tenant prior to such entry, unless such entry is to perform
     Landlord's usual maintenance activities in which case Landlord need only
     telephone Tenant rather than give written notice; but in

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     no case shall any such entry constitute a re-entry by Landlord or an
     eviction or entitle Tenant to any abatement of Rent.

6.08 ENERGY, CONSERVATION, SAFETY AND SECURITY POLICIES

     Landlord shall be deemed to have observed and performed the terms and
     conditions to be performed by Landlord under this Lease, including those
     relating to the provision of utilities and services, if in so doing it acts
     in accordance with any directive, policy or request of any governmental or
     quasi-governmental authority in respect of any energy, conservation, safety
     or security matter. Tenant shall at the written request of Landlord comply
     with any such directive, policy or request.

ARTICLE 7.00 MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, ALTERATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS BY TENANT

7.01 CONDITION OF PREMISES

     Except to the extent that Landlord is specifically responsible therefor
     under this Lease, Tenant shall maintain and repair the Premises and all
     Leasehold Improvements therein and keep them in good order and condition,
     including:

     (a)  repainting and redecorating the Premises and cleaning window coverings
          and carpets in each case at reasonable intervals; and

     (b)  making repairs, replacements and alterations as needed, including
          those necessary to comply with the requirements of any governmental or
          quasi-governmental authority having jurisdiction.

     In the last eighteen (18) months of the Term, Tenant's obligations pursuant
     to subsection 7.01(a) shall exclude reasonable wear and tear.

7.02 FAILURE TO MAINTAIN PREMISES

     If Tenant fails to perform any obligation under Article 7.01, then on not
     less than ten (10) days notice to Tenant Landlord may enter the Premises
     and perform such obligation without liability to Tenant for any loss or
     damage to Tenant thereby incurred, and Tenant shall pay Landlord all costs
     reasonably incurred in connection therewith, plus fifteen percent (15%) of
     such cost for overhead and supervision, within ten (10) days of its receipt
     of Landlord's invoice therefor.

7.03 ALTERATIONS BY TENANT

     Tenant may from time to time at its own expense install Leasehold
     Improvements and alter existing Leasehold Improvements (the "Tenant's
     Work") provided that:

     (a)  the Tenant's Work shall not commence without the prior written
          approval of Landlord;

     (b)  Tenant shall have furnished Landlord with two (2) complete sets of
          professionally prepared working drawings (which shall include any
          architectural, structural, electrical, mechanical, computer system
          wiring and telecommunication plans) of the proposed Tenant's Work.
          Landlord requires that Tenant retain Landlord's base building
          mechanical, electrical and structural engineering consultants to
          ensure compatibility of base building systems and the Tenant's Work.
          If Tenant uses other consultants for the preparation of Tenant's
          working drawings, then Landlord may elect to retain architects and
          engineers to review such working drawings for the purpose of approving
          the proposed Tenant's Work (it being understood that notwithstanding
          such approval, Landlord shall have no responsibility with respect to
          the adequacy of such working drawings). Tenant shall pay on demand to
          Landlord all costs reasonably incurred for the examination of such
          drawings by either Landlord or an outside consultant plus an amount
          equal to ten percent (10%) of such costs for overhead;

     (c)  prior to commencement of the Tenant's Work, Landlord shall have
          approved, acting as would a reasonable and prudent landlord, the
          contractors and subcontractors and their respective labour
          affiliations;

     (d)  Tenant shall have provided prior to the commencement of the Tenant's
          Work, performance and payment bonds as well as proof of workers
          compensation, all risks, builders' risk, and contractors' public
          liability and property damage insurance coverage, with Landlord and
          any mortgagee, as required by Landlord to be named as additional
          insureds, in amounts with insurers, and in form reasonably
          satisfactory to Landlord, which shall remain in effect during the
          entire period in which the Tenant's Work will be carried out;

     (e)  Tenant will deliver a complete list identifying every contractor and
          sub-contractor, accompanied by an up-to-date valid clearance
          certificate for each of them issued by the appropriate worker
          compensation, safety and insurance authority and Tenant will not use
          any contractor or permit the use of any sub contractor that is not
          identified on the list;

     (f)  Tenant acknowledges that certain Tenant's Work may require
          modification and interfacing with the base building and its systems
          and structure. If any proposed Tenant's Work could affect the
          structure, the exterior walls or the systems of the Building, Landlord
          may require that any such Tenant's Work be

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          performed by either Landlord or its contractors in which case Tenant
          shall pay all Landlord's costs, reasonably incurred in connection
          therewith, plus ten percent (10%) thereof for overhead;

     (g)  Tenant shall have provided to Landlord a copy of the contract for the
          Tenant's Work and evidence satisfactory to Landlord, acting as would a
          reasonable and prudent landlord, as to the existence of all necessary
          permits;

     (h)  Tenant shall perform the Tenant's Work or cause the Tenant's Work to
          be performed: (i) in accordance with any construction methods and
          procedures manual for the Building; (ii) in accordance with the plans
          and specifications submitted to and approved by Landlord, acting as
          would a reasonable and prudent landlord; (iii) in accordance with any
          conditions, regulations, procedures or rules imposed by Landlord,
          acting as would a reasonable and prudent landlord; (iv) in compliance
          with all applicable laws (including occupational health and safety,
          and workplace hazardous materials information system requirements and
          legislation); and (v) in a good and workmanlike and expeditious manner
          using new materials;

     (i)  Landlord may inspect construction as it proceeds (the onus being on
          Tenant to advise Landlord whenever any phase has been completed so
          that an inspection can be made);

     (j)  upon completion of the Tenant's Work, Tenant shall provide Landlord
          with a complete set of "as built" drawings for the Tenant's Work; and

     (k)  if Tenant fails to observe any of the requirements of this Article,
          Landlord, acting as would a reasonable and prudent landlord, may
          require that construction stop and that the Premises be restored to
          their prior condition failing which Landlord may do so and Tenant
          shall pay Landlord's cost plus fifteen percent (15%) thereof for
          overhead.

     Any increase in Operating Costs or Taxes attributable to such Tenant's Work
     shall be borne by Tenant.

     Notwithstanding the foregoing, Tenant shall not require Landlord's prior
     written approval with respect to any Tenant's Work the aggregate cost of
     which is reasonably anticipated not to exceed Five Thousand Dollars
     ($5,000), provided such Tenant's Work will not affect the structure,
     exterior walls or systems of the Building (such exempted Tenant's Work
     being herein called the "Exempted Work"). It is further agreed that Tenant
     shall not be required to comply with subsection 7.03(b) or to provide
     performance and payment bonds with respect to the Exempted Work.

7.04 TELEPHONE AND COMPUTER SYSTEMS

     With Landlord's prior written consent, which may be withheld in Landlord's
     sole discretion, Tenant may utilize a telecommunication service provider
     which does not currently service the Building, subject to the provisions of
     this Lease, including but not limited to the following:

     (a)  the service provider shall execute and deliver Landlord's standard
          form of license agreement which shall include a provision for Landlord
          to receive compensation for the use of the space for the service
          provider's equipment and materials;

     (b)  Landlord shall incur no expense or liability whatsoever with respect
          to any aspect of the provision of telecommunication services,
          including without limitation, the cost of installation, service,
          materials, repairs, maintenance, and interruption or loss of
          telecommunication service;

     (c)  Landlord must first reasonably determine that there is sufficient
          space in the risers of the Building for the installation of the
          service provider's equipment and materials;

     (d)  Tenant shall indemnify and hold harmless Landlord for all losses,
          claims, demands, expenses, and judgments against Landlord caused by or
          arising out of, either directly or indirectly, any acts or omissions
          by the service provider or Tenant or those for whom they are
          responsible at law; and

     (e)  Tenant shall incorporate in its agreement with its service provider a
          provision granting the Tenant the right to terminate the service
          provider agreement if required to do so by Landlord and Landlord shall
          have the right at any time from time to time during the Term to
          require Tenant at its expense to exercise the termination right.

     As part of the Tenant's Work, Tenant shall be responsible for the costs
     associated with the supply and installation of telephone, computer and
     other communications equipment and systems and related wiring within the
     Premises to the boundary of the Premises for hook up or other integration
     with telephone and other communications equipment and systems of a
     telephone or other communications service provider, which equipment and
     systems of the service provider are located or are to be located in the
     Building pursuant to Landlord's standard form of license agreement.

     Landlord shall supply space in risers in the Building and space on the
     floor(s) of the Building in which the Premises are located, the location of
     which shall be designated by Landlord in its sole discretion, to
     telecommunication service providers who have entered into Landlord's
     standard form of license agreement for the purpose, without any cost or
     expense to Landlord therefor, of permitting installation in such risers and
     on

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     such floor(s) of telephone and other communications services and systems
     (including data cable patch panels) to the Premises at a point designated
     by Landlord.

     Landlord shall have the right to assume control of cables and other
     telecommunications equipment in the Building and may designate them as part
     of the Common Areas.

7.05 LIENS

     Tenant shall pay before delinquency all costs for Tenant's Work which could
     result in any lien or encumbrance on the Land or Building, shall keep the
     title to the Land and the Building free and clear of any lien or
     encumbrance and shall indemnify and hold harmless Landlord from and against
     any claim, loss, cost, demand and legal or other expense, whether in
     respect of any lien or otherwise, arising from the supply of material,
     services or labour for such work or otherwise. Tenant shall immediately
     notify Landlord of any such lien or encumbrance in respect of the Tenant's
     Work of which it has or reasonably should have knowledge, and shall cause
     the same to be removed or vacated within five (5) Business Days failing
     which Landlord may take such action as Landlord deems necessary, acting as
     would a reasonable and prudent landlord, to remove or vacate the same and
     Tenant shall pay to Landlord on demand the entire cost thereof plus an
     administration fee of fifteen percent (15%) of such cost.

7.06 SIGNS WITHIN THE PREMISES

     Any sign, lettering or design in the Premises that is visible from the
     exterior of the Premises shall be subject to approval by Landlord and shall
     conform to the uniform pattern of identification signs for tenants in the
     Building as prescribed by Landlord. Tenant shall not inscribe or affix any
     sign, lettering or design which is visible from the exterior of the
     Building.

7.07 REMOVAL OF LEASEHOLD IMPROVEMENTS - EXPIRATION OR TERMINATION OF TERM

     Subject as hereinafter provided, immediately prior to the expiration of the
     Term, or immediately following the termination thereof, Tenant shall remove
     all Leasehold Improvements, personal property and any signs, restore the
     Premises to the then current base building standard of the Building and
     repair any damage to the Building or the Premises occasioned by such
     installation, removal and restoration. Such removal shall be carried out in
     accordance with Section 7.03, it being agreed and understood in this
     regard, however, that the fee to be paid by Tenant to Landlord for
     Landlord's supervision of such work shall be ten percent (10%) of the total
     cost of such Tenant's Work. Landlord may by notice to Tenant given prior to
     the expiration of the Term stipulate which Leasehold Improvements are not
     to be removed. Upon reasonable prior notice from Tenant to Landlord,
     Landlord agrees to give such notice (stipulating which leasehold
     improvements are not to be removed) thirty (30) days prior to the
     expiration of the Term. Upon the expiration or earlier termination of the
     Term, all personal property of Tenant remaining in the Premises shall at
     the option of Landlord become its property, and may be appropriated, sold,
     removed, destroyed or otherwise disposed of by Landlord without notice or
     obligation to compensate Tenant or to account to Tenant, and Tenant shall
     pay to Landlord on demand all costs reasonably incurred by Landlord in
     connection therewith, plus an administration fee of ten percent (10%) of
     the costs.

ARTICLE 8.00 TAXES

8.01 LANDLORD'S TAXES

     Landlord shall pay before delinquency (subject to Tenant's obligation to
     pay Operating Costs and Taxes under Article 4.02) every real estate tax,
     assessment, licence fee and other charge, excepting Tenant's taxes under
     Article 8.02, which is imposed, levied, assessed or charged by any
     governmental or quasi-governmental authority having jurisdiction upon or on
     account of the Land or the Building.

8.02 TENANT'S TAXES

     Tenant shall pay to the appropriate authority before delinquency every tax,
     assessment, licence fee, excise and other charge, however described, other
     than any tax assessed against Tenant pursuant to the Income Tax Act, which
     is imposed, levied, assessed or charged by any governmental or
     quasi-governmental authority having jurisdiction upon or on account of:

     (a)  operations at, occupancy of, or conduct of business in or from the
          Premises by or with the permission of Tenant; and

     (b)  Leasehold Improvements and all property in the Premises that is not
          owned by Landlord,

     provided that if Landlord so elects by notice to Tenant, Tenant shall pay
     to Landlord any amounts payable under this Article 8.02 in monthly
     installments and Landlord shall remit such amounts to the appropriate
     authorities. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Landlord agrees not to exercise
     such election so long as Tenant punctually pays the Rent as and when
     required under this Lease.

8.03 RIGHT TO CONTEST

     Tenant shall not contest the validity or amount of any tax, assessment,
     licence fee, excise fee and other charge payable under Article 8.01. Tenant
     shall have the right to contest the validity or amount of any tax,
     assessment, licence fee, excise fee and other charge payable under Article
     8.02, provided that no contest by Tenant may

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     involve the possibility of forfeiture, sale or disturbance of Landlord's
     interest in the Premises or result in any increase in taxes paid by other
     tenants in the Building or taxes under Article 8.01 and that upon the final
     determination of any contest by Tenant, Tenant shall promptly pay the
     amount found to be due, together with any costs, penalties and interest.
     Tenant shall indemnify Landlord for any costs, expenses, liabilities or
     damages, including without limitation increases in taxes which are or may
     be suffered by Landlord directly or indirectly as a result of such contest.

ARTICLE 9.00 INSURANCE

9.01 LANDLORD'S INSURANCE

     Landlord shall maintain (Landlord's cost of compliance with this Article
     9.01 being included in Operating Costs) liability insurance in an amount
     not less than $5,000,000.00 per occurrence, all risk property insurance on
     a replacement cost basis, rental income insurance, boiler and pressure
     vessel insurance, and other insurance on the Building and all property and
     interest of Landlord in the Building as determined by Landlord with
     coverage and in amounts that are comparable to coverages typically
     maintained by the owners of similar buildings in the vicinity of the
     Building.

9.02 TENANT'S INSURANCE

     Tenant shall maintain:

     (a)  all risk property insurance in amounts sufficient to fully cover, on a
          replacement cost basis without deduction for depreciation, all
          Leasehold Improvements and all property, including without limitation
          Tenant's inventory, furniture and movable equipment, in the Premises
          which is not owned by Landlord;

     (b)  if applicable, boiler and machinery insurance on a replacement cost
          basis to cover Leasehold Improvements and all property in the Premises
          that is not owned by Landlord;

     (c)  liability insurance on an occurrence basis, against claims for bodily
          injury, personal injury and property damage in or about the Premises,
          contractual liability, tenant's legal liability, non-owned automobile
          liability, and owner's and contractors protective liability, in an
          amount not less than $5,000,000.00 in respect of each occurrence;

     (d)  business interruption insurance; and

     (e)  any other form of insurance, with terms and in a form, with such
          amounts and against such risks, as Landlord may in its discretion
          require, acting as would a reasonable and prudent landlord.

     Policies for such insurance shall (i) be with an insurer with a minimum AM
     Best rating of A-, or in the absence of an AM Best rating, an A rating from
     Standard & Poors, (ii) require at least thirty (30) days' written notice to
     Landlord of termination and, if available on commercially reasonable terms,
     at least thirty (30) day's written notice to Landlord of any material
     alteration to the insurance required under this section 9.02 during the
     Term, (iii) waive any right of subrogation against Landlord and those for
     whom Landlord is at law responsible, (iv) contain a provision that Tenant's
     insurance is primary, (v) not call into contribution any other insurance
     available to Landlord, (vi) contain a severability of interests clause and
     a cross-liability clause, where applicable, and (vii) add Landlord and its
     mortgagees as additional insureds. If requested by Landlord, Tenant shall
     from time to time promptly deliver to Landlord evidence satisfactory to
     Landlord that all premiums thereon have been paid and certificates of
     insurance confirming the above. If Tenant's policy does not require
     Tenant's insurer to give Landlord at least thirty (30) days written notice
     of any material alteration to the insurance required under this section
     9.02, Tenant hereby covenants to give Landlord such notice.

9.03 TENANT'S FAILURE TO INSURE

     Should Tenant fail to maintain the insurance required in Article 9.02, in
     addition to its rights under Article 19.03, Landlord may elect to obtain
     the required insurance. Tenant shall upon demand pay to Landlord, as Rent,
     Landlord's cost of obtaining such insurance.

ARTICLE 10.00 INJURY TO PERSON OR PROPERTY

10.01 INDEMNITY BY TENANT

(a)  Tenant indemnifies and holds harmless Landlord, its directors, officers,
     shareholders, employees and agents from any and all claims, demands, and
     costs for damage and injury, including death, to the person or property of
     any person, firm or corporation, (except for Landlord and its employees)
     arising out of the Tenant's use of or operations in the Premises, including
     the Land and Building, except where the damage or injury arises out of the
     negligence of Landlord, its directors, officers, employees and agents and
     those for whom in law it is responsible or any other tenant in the
     Building.

(b)  Tenant hereby releases Landlord and its directors, officers, shareholders,
     employees and agents from any and all liability for loss or claim,
     including all resulting consequential and indirect losses, as a result of
     loss, damage or injury to the property and persons of Tenant and its
     employees, or as a result of damages or losses including economic losses
     relating to damage to the Building or loss of access to the Premises, and
     whether or not such loss or claim may have arisen out of the negligence of
     Landlord or those for whom Landlord is in law

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     responsible; and Tenant agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Landlord and
     its directors, officers, shareholders, employees and agents from any loss,
     cost, damage, expense, suit, action, and demand relating to such claim or
     loss, including all resulting consequential and indirect losses and
     excluding such claims or losses relating to any loss, cost, damage,
     expense, suit, action, or demand of or by third parties except where such
     losses relate to suits, actions or claims of third party clients or
     customers of Tenant.

10.02 INDEMNITY BY LANDLORD

     (a)  Landlord indemnifies and holds harmless Tenant, its directors,
          officers, shareholders, employees, and agents from any and all claims,
          demands and costs for damage and injury, including death, to the
          person or property of any person, firm or corporation, (except for the
          Tenant and its employees) arising out of the Landlord's operations in
          the Land and Building, except where the damage or injury arises out of
          the negligence of Tenant, its directors, officers, employees and those
          for whom in law it is responsible or any other tenant in the Building.

     (b)  Landlord hereby releases Tenant and its directors, officers,
          shareholders, employees and agents from any and all liability for loss
          or claim, including all resulting consequential and indirect losses,
          as a result of loss, damage or injury to the property and persons of
          Landlord and its employees and whether or not such loss or claim may
          have arisen out of the negligence of Tenant or those for whom Tenant
          is in law responsible; and Landlord agrees to indemnify and hold
          harmless Tenant and its directors, officers, shareholders, employees
          and agents from any loss, cost, damage, expense, suit, action, and
          demand relating to such claim or loss, including all resulting
          consequential and indirect losses of Landlord, and excluding such
          claims or losses relating to any loss, cost, damage, expense, suit,
          action, or demand of or by third parties.

10.03 EXTENDED MEANING

     Any and all release and indemnity clauses which are included in the Lease
     for the benefit of Landlord are intended also to benefit the mortgagees and
     property managers and asset managers of Landlord and the officers,
     directors, shareholders, employees, and agents of each one of them, and,
     for the purposes of such clauses, Landlord is hereby acting as agent or
     trustee on behalf of and for the benefit of the persons or entities
     mentioned above.

ARTICLE 11.00 ASSIGNMENT, SUBLETTING AND OTHER TRANSFERS

11.01 TRANSFER

     "Transfer" means all or any of the following, whether by conveyance,
     written agreement or otherwise, and whether or not by operation of law: an
     assignment of this Lease by Tenant or any interest in this Lease, in whole
     or in part, any mortgage, charge, debenture (floating or otherwise), or
     encumbrance of this Lease or Tenant's interest in this Lease, in whole or
     in part, a sublease, or sharing or parting with possession of all or any
     part of the Premises, a change in a partnership if the change results in a
     change in the' effective control of Tenant and, a transfer or other dealing
     in respect of all or part of the corporate shares of Tenant or an affiliate
     of Tenant that results in a change in the effective voting control of
     Tenant. "Transferor" and "Transferee" have meanings corresponding to this
     definition of "Transfer" and in the case of a Transfer involving corporate
     shares, or partnership interests, the "Transferor". is the person or entity
     with effective control, or voting control before the Transfer and the
     Transferee is the person or entity with effective control, or voting
     control after the Transfer.

     "Special Transfer" means a Transfer to a single Transferee, which single
     Transferee may include more than one entity (as for example, in the case of
     a joint venture), of all or substantially all of Corel Corporation's
     assets, or of all or substantially all of Corel Corporation's share
     capital, and "Special Transferee" shall have a meaning corresponding to
     this definition of "Special Transferee".

11.02 LANDLORD'S CONSENT

     Tenant will not effect or attempt to effect a Transfer without the prior
     written consent of Landlord which shall not be unreasonably withheld or
     delayed unless Landlord elects to terminate the Lease pursuant to Article
     11.04. Landlord shall be deemed to be acting reasonably in withholding its
     consent if:

     (a)  the Transfer would violate any covenant or restriction given to any
          other tenant of the Building;

     (b)  in Landlord's opinion, acting as would a reasonable and prudent
          landlord:

          (i)  either the financial background or the business history and
               capability of the proposed Transferee is not satisfactory;

          (ii) the nature or character of the proposed business of the proposed
               Transferee is such that it may be reasonably anticipated to harm
               Landlord's business or reputation or reflect unfavourably on the
               Building, Landlord, or other tenants of the Building, or the
               image of any of them, or is unethical, immoral or illegal;

     (c)  the proposed Transferee or any principal of the proposed Transferee or
          any principal shareholder of the proposed Transferee has a history of
          defaults under other commercial leases or does not have a satisfactory
          history of compliance with laws;

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     (d)  Landlord at the time has, or will have in the next ensuing three (3)
          month period, other premises in the Building suitable for leasing to
          the proposed Transferee;

     (e)  Intentionally Deleted.

     (f)  the proposed Transfer is in favour of any existing tenant or occupant
          of the Building or of any other building owned or operated by Landlord
          or any of its affiliates within the city in which the Building is
          situated;

     (g)  the amount of rent to be paid by the proposed Transferee is less than
          that provided for in this Lease or the terms of the proposed Transfer
          are otherwise in any respect more favourable to the proposed
          Transferee than those of this Lease are to Tenant;

     (h)  the proposed Transfer is a mortgage, charge or other encumbrance of
          Tenant's rights or interest under this Lease;

     (i)  an Event of Default on the part of Tenant hereunder has occurred and
          is continuing;

     (j)  the proposed Transfer is a sublease by an existing sublessee of the
          Premises or any part thereof;

     (k)  Landlord does not receive sufficient information to enable it to make
          a determination concerning the matters set out above; or

     (1)  there is any other reasonable ground not stated above for withholding
          consent.

11.03 PUBLIC CORPORATIONS

     A Transfer that occurs as the result of a change in control of a Tenant
     will not require the consent of Landlord if the shares are listed and
     traded on any recognized stock exchange in Canada or the United States.

11.04 LANDLORD'S TERMINATION RIGHT

     If Tenant requests Landlord's consent to a Transfer it will provide full
     particulars concerning the Transfer including without limitation, copies of
     any written offer, agreement or draft agreement pertaining to the Transfer,
     payments and any other consideration to be made or provided by the proposed
     Transferee in consideration for the Transfer, and any other information
     concerning the proposed Transfer or the financial and business history of
     the proposed Transferee that Landlord may require. Landlord will within
     fifteen (15) days (or, in the case of a Special Transfer, within five (5)
     Business Days) after its receipt of the request for consent and all such
     information, notify Tenant that either (i) it consents to the Transfer, or
     (ii) unless the proposed Transfer is a Special Transfer, it elects to
     cancel this Lease as to the whole or part of the Premises affected by the
     proposed Transfer, or (iii) it does not consent to the Transfer. If
     Landlord elects to terminate this Lease, Tenant may, by notice to Landlord
     given within seven (7) days after receipt of Landlord's notice, withdraw
     its request for Landlord's consent. In that case, Landlord's election to
     terminate this Lease will be void. If Tenant fails to withdraw its request
     for Landlord's consent, Tenant will deliver, in accordance with the
     provisions of this Lease, vacant possession of the whole or the part, as
     the case may be, of the Premises affected by the termination on the date
     specified in Landlord's notice, which date will not be less than thirty
     (30) days nor more than one hundred and twenty (120) days after the date
     the notice is given or at the Landlord's option on the date the proposed
     Transfer is to take effect. If Tenant is required to deliver possession of
     a part only of the Premises, Tenant will pay all costs incurred in
     connection with rendering that part functionally separate and suitable for
     separate use and occupancy, including partitioning and providing entrances
     and services, plus a sum equal to ten percent (10%) of the costs as an
     administration fee. For the purpose of clarity, the parties acknowledge and
     agree that Landlord will not have the right cancel this Lease with respect
     to a Special Transfer. Further, if Landlord fails to notify Tenant that it
     consents or does not consent to Tenant's request for a Special Transfer
     within such five (5) Business Day period, Landlord will be deemed to have
     denied its consent.

11.05 ACCEPTANCE OF RENT

     After a Transfer, Landlord may collect Rent from the Transferee and apply
     the net amount collected to the Rent payable hereunder but no acceptance by
     Landlord of any payments by a Transferee constitutes a waiver of the
     requirement for Landlord's consent to the Transfer or an acceptance of the
     Transferee nor will it release Tenant from its covenants and obligations
     under this Lease. Any documents evidencing a Transfer may, at Landlord's
     option, be prepared by Landlord or its solicitors.

11.06 CONDITIONS OF CONSENT

     Any consent by Landlord to a Transfer will be subject to the following
     conditions:

     (a)  Tenant will pay to Landlord fifty percent (50%) of any money or other
          consideration (including without limitation, any amount payable by the
          Transferee to Tenant in excess of the Annual Rent payable by Tenant
          under Article 4.01) from time to time paid by any Transferee to Tenant
          in connection with the Transfer;

     (b)  if Landlord requires, the Transferee shall execute an agreement
          directly with Landlord agreeing to be bound by this Lease, and in the
          case of a sublease the Transferee shall waive any right to obtain
          relief

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          from forfeiture, to obtain a direct lease from Landlord or to become
          the tenant of Landlord notwithstanding any statute or law that would
          otherwise give those rights to sub-tenants;

     (c)  Tenant and each Transferee will be bound by this Lease and any renewal
          or extension of the Term regardless of whether or when any renewal or
          extension of the Term of this Lease is made, whether agreed to by
          Tenant or a Transferee, and regardless of any surrender and new lease
          that is deemed at law to occur as the result of any renewal or
          extension of this Lease; it being agreed and understood that Corel
          Corporation's obligations and liability in this regard shall be
          limited to the options to extend described in sections 21.04, 21.05
          and 21.06 of this Lease, and any other renewals or extensions
          specifically agreed to in writing by Corel Corporation. The liability
          of Tenant and each Transferee will continue as though Tenant and each
          subsequent Transferee had signed each renewal or extension of this
          Lease. Tenant and each Transferee will also be bound by any amendment
          of this Lease, regardless of whether or when made, whether agreed to
          by Tenant or a Transferee, and regardless of any surrender and new
          lease that is deemed at law to occur as a result of any amendment, in
          each case, provided such amendment does not increase Tenant's and
          Transferee's obligations under this Lease. The liability of Tenant and
          each Transferee will continue as though Tenant and each subsequent
          Transferee had signed each such amendment of this Lease;

     (d)  Tenant shall pay all legal costs reasonably incurred by Landlord in
          connection with documents relating to a Transfer or Landlord's consent
          together with Landlord's reasonable administrative charge for
          considering a request to consent and, as a condition of considering a
          request for consent, Landlord may require payment of a reasonable
          deposit of at least five hundred dollars ($500.00) on account of its
          costs;

     (e)  if this Lease is disaffirmed, disclaimed, terminated, repudiated, or
          surrendered (each of these transactions being referred to as an "Early
          Termination") by any trustee in bankruptcy of a Transferee, by any
          court appointed officer, or by a Transferee in connection with any
          insolvency proceedings, Tenant and any Transferee (except the bankrupt
          or insolvent Transferee) will be considered, on notice from Landlord
          given within thirty (30) days after the Early Termination, to have
          entered into a lease with Landlord on the same terms and conditions as
          are contained in this Lease except that the term of the lease shall
          commence on the date of the Early Termination and shall expire on the
          date this Lease would have expired but for the Early Termination; and

     (f)  no consent to a Transfer will be considered as a waiver of the
          requirement for Landlord's consent in respect of a subsequent
          Transfer.

ARTICLE 12.00 SURRENDER

12.01 POSSESSION

     Upon the expiration or other termination of the Term, Tenant shall
     immediately quit and surrender vacant possession of the Premises in
     substantially the condition in which Tenant is required to maintain the
     Premises excepting only reasonable wear and tear, damage covered by
     Landlord's insurance under Article 9.01 and the obligation of Tenant to
     remove Leasehold Improvements and repair damage to the Premises in
     accordance with Article 7.07. Upon such surrender, all right, title and
     interest of Tenant in the Premises shall cease.

12.02 MERGER

     The voluntary or other surrender of this Lease by Tenant or the
     cancellation of this Lease by mutual agreement of Tenant and Landlord shall
     not work as a merger, and shall at Landlord's option either terminate any
     and all subleases or operate as an assignment to Landlord of all or any
     subleases or subtenancies. Landlord's option hereunder shall be exercised
     by notice to Tenant and all known subtenants in the Premises or any part
     thereof. If this Lease is surrendered by operation of law or otherwise,
     Tenant will indemnify Landlord against all claims by subtenants or others
     claiming by or through Tenant in respect of any interest in this Lease.

12.03 PAYMENTS AFTER TERMINATION

     No payments of money by Tenant to Landlord after the expiration or other
     termination of the Term or after the giving of any notice (other than
     payment in full of arrears of Rent and any accelerated Rent before
     termination of the Term, when a notice of default has been given) by
     Landlord to Tenant, shall reinstate, continue or extend the Term or make
     ineffective any notice given to Tenant prior to the payment of such money.
     After the giving of notice or the commencement of a suit, or after final
     judgment granting Landlord possession of the Premises, Landlord may receive
     and collect any sums of Rent and other amounts payable by Tenant under this
     Lease, and the payment thereof shall not make ineffective any notice, or in
     any manner affect any pending suit or any judgment theretofore obtained.

12.04 SURVIVAL OF OBLIGATIONS

     If Tenant has failed to perform any of its obligations under this Lease,
     such obligations and the rights of Landlord in respect thereto shall
     survive the expiration or other termination of the Term.

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ARTICLE 13.00 HOLDING OVER

13.01 MONTH-TO-MONTH TENANCY

     If without Landlord's written consent Tenant remains in possession of the
     Premises after the expiration or other termination of the Term, Tenant
     shall occupy the Premises, as a month-to-month tenant at a monthly rental
     equal to twice the Rent determined in accordance with Article 4.00 or such
     other rental and on such other terms as may be stated in such consent, and
     such tenancy may be terminated by Landlord at any time upon notice of
     termination to Tenant.

     If with Landlord's written consent, which consent Landlord may withhold in
     its sole discretion, Tenant remains in possession of the Premises after the
     expiration or other termination of the Term, Tenant shall occupy the
     Premises, as a month-to-month tenant at a monthly rental equal to 105% of
     the Rent determined in accordance with Article 4.00, and such tenancy may
     be terminated by Landlord at any time upon notice of termination to Tenant.

13.02 GENERAL

     Any overholding by Tenant shall be subject to all other terms and
     conditions of this Lease except any right of renewal, any exclusive use or
     other restriction, any option to lease, any right of first refusal and any
     other preemptive or collateral right, and nothing contained in mis Article
     13.00 shall be construed to limit or impair any of Landlord's rights of
     re-entry or eviction or other rights and remedies or constitute a waiver
     thereof.

ARTICLE 14.00 RULES AND REGULATIONS

14.01 PURPOSE

     The Rules and Regulations are for the safety, benefit and convenience of
     all tenants and other persons in the Building.

14.02 OBSERVANCE

     Tenant shall at all times comply with, and shall cause its employees,
     agents, licensees and invitees to comply with, the Rules and Regulations.

14.03 MODIFICATION

     Landlord may from time to time, for the purposes set out in Article 14.01,
     amend, delete from, or add to the Rules and Regulations, provided that any
     such modification shall be (i) not inconsistent with any other provision of
     this Lease; (ii) reasonable and have general application to substantially
     all tenants in the Building; and (iii) effective only upon delivery of a
     copy thereof to Tenant at the Premises.

14.04 NON-COMPLIANCE

     Landlord shall use its reasonable efforts to secure compliance by all
     tenants of the Building and other persons with the Rules and Regulations
     from time to time in effect, but shall not be responsible to Tenant for
     failure of any person to comply with such Rules and Regulations.

ARTICLE 15.00 EXPROPRIATION

15.01 EXPROPRIATION

     Landlord and Tenant will co-operate with each other regarding any
     expropriation of the Premises or the Building or any part of them so that
     each receives the maximum award to which it is entitled at law. To the
     extent any part of the Building or the Land other than the Premises is
     expropriated, the full proceeds accruing or awarded as a result thereof
     belong to Landlord and Tenant will abandon or assign to Landlord any rights
     that Tenant may have or acquire by operation of law to those proceeds or
     awards and will execute any documents that Landlord requires to give effect
     thereto.

ARTICLE 16.00 DAMAGE BY FIRE OR OTHER CASUALTY

16.01 LIMITED DAMAGE TO PREMISES

     If all or part of the Premises are rendered untenantable by damage from
     fire or other casualty which, in the reasonable opinion of the Architect,
     can be substantially repaired under applicable laws and governmental
     regulations within one hundred eighty (180) days from the date of such
     casualty (employing normal construction methods without overtime or other
     premium), Landlord shall, to the extent of insurance proceeds which it
     receives and to the extent that any mortgagee(s) entitled to be paid such
     insurance proceeds consents to the use of same, forthwith repair such
     damage other than damage to Leasehold Improvements and any other property
     that is not the responsibility of or is not owned by Landlord.

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16.02 MAJOR DAMAGE TO Premises

     If all or part of the Premises are rendered untenantable by damage from
     fire or other casualty which, in the reasonable opinion of the Architect,
     cannot be substantially repaired under applicable laws and governmental
     regulations within one hundred eighty (180) days from the date of such
     casualty (employing normal construction methods without overtime or other
     premium), then Landlord may elect to terminate this Lease as of the date of
     such casualty by notice delivered to Tenant not more than ten (10) days
     after receipt of the Architect's opinion.

     During the last eighteen (18) months of the Term for Premises A, if all or
     part of the Premises are rendered untenantable by damage from fire or other
     casualty which, in the reasonable opinion of the Architect, cannot be
     substantially repaired under applicable laws and governmental regulations
     within one hundred eighty (180) days from the date of such casualty
     (employing normal construction methods without overtime OR other premium),
     then either or both Tenant and Landlord may elect to terminate this Lease
     as of the date of such casualty by notice delivered to the other not more
     than ten (10) days after receipt of the Architect's opinion.

     If neither party exercises its election to terminate this Lease as
     aforesaid, Landlord shall, to the extent of insurance proceeds which it
     receives and to the extent that any mortgagee(s) entitled to be paid such
     insurance proceeds consents to the use of same, forthwith repair such
     damage other than damage to Leasehold Improvements and any other property
     that is not the responsibility of or is not owned by Landlord. In executing
     repairs under this Article 16.00, Landlord may use new plans and
     specifications.

16.03 ABATEMENT

     If Landlord is required to repair damage to the Premises under Articles
     16.01 or 16.02, the Annual Rent payable by Tenant shall be proportionately
     reduced to the extent that the Premises are rendered unusable by Tenant in
     its business, from the date of the casualty until completion by Landlord of
     the repairs to the Premises or until Tenant again uses the Premises (or the
     part thereof rendered untenantable) in its business, whichever first
     occurs.

16.04 MAJOR DAMAGE TO BUILDING

     If the Building or its systems are damaged to such an extent that its
     operation is affected, or if twenty five percent (25%) or more of the
     Square Feet in the Building are damaged or destroyed, Landlord may elect to
     terminate this Lease as of the date of such damage (or on the date of
     notice if the Premises are unaffected by such casualty) by notice given to
     Tenant not more than sixty (60) days after the date of such casualty.

16.05 LIMITATION ON LANDLORD'S LIABILITY

     Except as specifically provided in this Article 16.00, there shall be no
     reduction of Rent and Landlord shall have no liability to Tenant by reason
     of any injury to or interference with Tenant's business or property arising
     from fire or other casualty, howsoever caused, or from the making of any
     repairs resulting therefrom in or to any portion of the Building or the
     Premises. Notwithstanding anything contained herein, Rent payable by Tenant
     hereunder shall not be abated if the damage is caused by any act or
     omission of Tenant, its agents, servants, employees or anyone for whom
     Tenant is responsible at law, or any other person entering upon the
     Premises under express or implied invitation of Tenant.

ARTICLE 17.00 TRANSFERS BY LANDLORD

17.01 SALE, CONVEYANCE AND ASSIGNMENT

     Nothing in this Lease shall restrict the right of Landlord to sell the
     Building or transfer, assign or otherwise deal with its title thereto or
     any interest therein, subject to the rights of Tenant under this Lease.

17.02 EFFECT OF SALE, CONVEYANCE OR ASSIGNMENT

     A sale, transfer or assignment of the Building or the title thereto or any
     interest therein shall operate to release Landlord from liability under
     this Lease, from and after the effective date thereof except as such may
     relate to the period prior to such effective date, and Tenant shall
     thereafter look solely to Landlord's successor in interest. The obligations
     of Tenant under this Lease shall not be affected by any such sale, transfer
     or assignment, and Tenant shall attorn to Landlord's successor in interest.

17.03 SUBORDINATION

     At the option of any mortgagee, chargee or other encumbrancer of the Lands
     ("Mortgagee"), or Landlord, this Lease shall be prior to, or shall be
     subject and subordinate in all respects to, any and all mortgages and deeds
     of trust now or hereafter placed on the Building or the Land. Tenant, on
     request by Landlord or Mortgagee and without cost to Landlord or Mortgagee,
     shall execute and deliver any and all instruments further evidencing such
     priority or subordination. If Tenant fails to execute and deliver the
     required instrument or instruments to further evidence such priority or
     subordination, Tenant hereby irrevocably constitutes and appoints Landlord
     the true and lawful attorney of Tenant to execute any and all instruments
     necessary to do so.

17.04 ATTORNMENT

     Subject to Article 17.05, if the interest of Landlord is transferred to any
     person (herein called a "Purchaser") by reason of foreclosure or other
     proceedings for enforcement of any mortgage or deed of trust, or by
     delivery of a

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     deed in lieu of such foreclosure or other proceedings, or if any Mortgagee
     shall take possession of the Building or the Premises Tenant shall, at the
     option of Purchaser or Mortgagee, immediately attorn to Purchaser or
     Mortgagee. Landlord may require Tenant, at Landlord's cost, to enter into
     an agreement in the form required by any Purchaser or Mortgagee to attorn
     to Purchaser or Mortgagee in order to give effect to what is stated above.
     Tenant hereby irrevocably appoints Landlord the true and lawful attorney of
     Tenant to execute any and all instruments necessary to give effect to what
     is stated above.

17.05 EFFECT OF ATTORNMENT

     Upon attornment under Article 17.04 the obligations of Tenant under this
     Lease shall continue in full force and effect upon all the same terms,
     conditions and covenants in this Lease except that, after such attornment,
     Purchaser or Mortgagee shall not be:

     (a)  liable for any act or omission of Landlord;

     (b)  subject to any offsets or defenses which Tenant might have against
          Landlord; or

     (c)  bound by any prepayment by Tenant of more than one month's installment
          of Rent, or by any previous modification of this Lease, unless such
          prepayment or modification shall have been approved in writing by
          Purchaser or Mortgagee or any predecessor in interest except Landlord.

ARTICLE 18.00 NOTICES, ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS, AUTHORITIES FOR ACTION

18.01 NOTICES

     Any notice from one party to the other hereunder shall be in writing and
     shall be deemed duly given if delivered, if mailed by registered or
     certified mail or if sent by facsimile to Tenant at the Premises (whether
     or not Tenant has departed from, vacated or abandoned the same); or to
     Landlord, as the case may be, at the property management office for the
     Building, as designated from time to time, and addressed to the attention
     of the Property Manager. Any notice shall be deemed to have been given at
     the time of delivery or, if mailed, three (3) days after the date of
     mailing thereof or if made or given by facsimile, on the next business day
     following the transmittal thereof, as evidenced by confirmation of receipt.
     Either party shall have the right to designate by notice, in the manner
     above set forth, a different address to which notices are to be mailed. No
     notice given by email or by other similar electronic means will be
     considered to have been given in writing.

18.02 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

     Tenant shall at any time and from time to time upon not less than ten (10)
     days' prior notice from Landlord execute, acknowledge and deliver a written
     statement certifying:

     (a)  that this Lease is in full force and effect, subject only to such
          modifications (if any) as may be set out therein;

     (b)  that Tenant is in possession of the Premises and paying Rent as
          provided in this Lease;

     (c)  the dates (if any) to which Rent is paid in advance;

     (d)  that there are not, to Tenant's knowledge, any uncured defaults on the
          part of Landlord hereunder, or specifying such defaults if any are
          claimed; and

     (e)  as to such other matters relating to Tenant, this Lease or the
          Premises, as any building purchaser or mortgage lender, actual or
          prospective, may reasonably request.

     Any such statement may be addressed to and relied upon by any such
     purchaser or lender. If Tenant fails to deliver such statement, Tenant
     shall be deemed to have acknowledged that this Lease is in full force and
     effect, without modification except as may be represented by Landlord, and
     that there are no uncured defaults in Landlord's performance.

18.03 AUTHORITIES OF ACTION

     Landlord may act in any matter provided for herein by its property manager
     and any other person who shall from time to time be designated in writing
     by Landlord to Tenant. Tenant acknowledges that if this Lease has been
     executed for and on behalf of, in the name of and with the authority of
     Landlord by the property manager then the covenants and agreements of
     Landlord are obligations of Landlord and its successors and assigns only
     and are not obligations personal to or enforceable against the property
     manager in its own right.

ARTICLE 19.00 DEFAULT

19.01 INTEREST AND COSTS

     Tenant shall pay to Landlord upon Landlord's written demand interest at a
     rate equal to the lesser of Prime plus five percent (5%) per annum and the
     maximum rate permitted by applicable law, on all Rent required to be paid
     hereunder from the due date for payment thereof until the same is fully
     paid and satisfied. Tenant shall indemnify Landlord against all costs and
     charges (including legal fees and disbursements on a solicitor and his

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     client basis) reasonably incurred in enforcing payment thereof, and in
     obtaining possession of the Premises after default of Tenant in accordance
     with Article 19.03 or upon expiration or other termination of the Term of
     this Lease, or in enforcing any covenant, proviso or agreement of Tenant
     herein contained. On each occurrence of default in the payment of Rent,
     Tenant shall pay to Landlord on demand in addition to the aforesaid
     interest a two hundred dollar ($200) administration fee.

19.02 RIGHT OF LANDLORD TO PERFORM COVENANTS

     All covenants and agreements to be performed by Tenant under this Lease
     shall be performed by Tenant without any abatement of Rent, except as
     otherwise provided in Article 16.00 of this Lease. If Tenant fails to
     perform any act on its part to be performed hereunder, and such failure
     continues for ten (10) days after notice thereof from Landlord, Landlord
     may (but shall not be obligated so to do) perform such act without
     releasing Tenant from any of its obligations relative thereto. All sums
     paid or costs reasonably incurred by Landlord in so performing such acts
     under this Article 19.02, together with interest thereon at the rate set
     out in Article 19.01 and an administration fee of fifteen percent (15%) of
     all such costs, from the date each such payment was made or each such cost
     was incurred by Landlord, shall be payable by Tenant to Landlord on demand.

19.03 EVENTS OF DEFAULT

     If and whenever:

     (a)  the Rent hereby reserved is not paid in full when due, and such
          default continues for seven (7) days after the due date;

     (b)  the Lease or any goods, chattels or equipment of Tenant is seized,
          taken or exigible in execution or in attachment or if a writ of
          execution or enforcement is issued against Tenant;

     (c)  Tenant becomes insolvent or commits an act of bankruptcy or becomes
          bankrupt or takes the benefit of any statute that may be in force for
          bankrupt or insolvent debtors or becomes involved in voluntary or
          involuntary dissolution, winding-up or liquidation proceedings or if a
          receiver is appointed for all or part of the business, property,
          affairs or revenues of Tenant, or if Tenant makes a proposal,
          arrangement or compromise with creditors;

     (d)  Tenant makes a bulk sale of its goods, moves or commences, attempts or
          threatens to move its goods, chattels and equipment out of the
          Premises (other than in the normal course of its business) or ceases
          to conduct business from the Premises;

     (e)  Tenant fails to observe, perform and keep each of the covenants,
          agreements, provisions, stipulations and conditions herein contained
          to be observed, performed and kept by Tenant (other than its covenant
          to pay Rent) and persists in such failure after ten (10) days' notice
          by Landlord requiring that Tenant remedy, correct, desist or comply
          (or if any such breach would reasonably require more than ten (10)
          days to rectify, unless Tenant commences rectification within the ten
          (10) day notice period and thereafter promptly, effectively and
          continuously proceeds with the rectification of the breach); or

     (f)  Tenant purports to effect a Transfer other than in compliance with the
          provisions of this Lease,

     then and in any of such events (each or any, being herein called an "Event
     of Default"), the full amount of the current month's and the next ensuing
     three months' installments of Rent shall immediately become due and payable
     and Landlord may immediately distrain for the same, together with any
     arrears then unpaid and at the option of Landlord, Landlord may terminate
     this Lease by giving notice thereof, and Landlord may without notice or any
     form of legal process whatsoever forthwith re-enter the Premises, anything
     contained in any statute or at law to the contrary notwithstanding, and may
     expel all persons and remove all property from the Premises and such
     property may be removed and sold or disposed of by Landlord as it deems
     advisable or may be stored in a public warehouse or elsewhere at the cost
     of Tenant without Landlord being considered guilty of trespass or
     conversion or becoming liable for any loss or damage which may be
     occasioned thereby, provided, however, that such termination shall be
     wholly without prejudice to the right of Landlord to recover arrears of
     Rent and damages for any Event of Default by Tenant hereunder. Should
     Landlord at any time terminate this Lease by reason of any such Event of
     Default, then, in addition to any other remedies it may have, it may
     recover from Tenant all damages it may incur as a result of such
     termination. If Landlord re-enters and terminates this Lease and Tenant
     fails to remove its property within ten (10) days after notice requiring it
     to do so is given, Tenant will be deemed to have abandoned its property and
     Landlord will be entitled to retain it or dispose of it for Landlord's
     benefit. Tenant expressly waives the provisions of Section 19(2) of the
     Commercial Tenancies Act (Ontario) and any successor or replacement
     legislation or any similar legislation of the province in which the
     Building is situated.

19.04 WAIVER OF EXEMPTION AND REDEMPTION

     Notwithstanding anything contained in any statute now or hereafter in force
     limiting or abrogating the right of distress, none of Tenant's goods,
     chattels or trade fixtures on the Premises at any time during the Term
     shall be exempt from levy by distress for Rent in arrears, and upon any
     claim being made for such exemption by Tenant or on distress being made by
     Landlord this agreement may be pleaded as an estoppel against Tenant in any
     action brought to test the right to the levying upon any such goods as are
     named as exempted in any such statute, Tenant hereby waiving all and every
     benefit that could or might have accrued to Tenant under and by virtue of
     any such statute but for this Lease. Tenant hereby also expressly waives
     any and all rights of redemption granted

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     by or under any present or future laws if Tenant is evicted or dispossessed
     for any cause. In exercising its right to distrain, Landlord, in addition
     to the rights reserved to it, shall have the right:

     (a)  to enter the Premises by force or otherwise without being liable for
          any prosecution therefor;

     (b)  to change the locks on the Premises without re-entering the Premises
          or terminating this Lease in order to prevent the removal of the
          property to be distrained; and

     (c)  to levy distress after sunset and before sunrise.

19.05 PAYMENTS

     Notwithstanding any termination of this Lease, Landlord shall be entitled
     to receive Rent and all Rental Taxes up to the time of termination plus
     accelerated Rent as herein provided and damages including but not limited
     to (i) damages for the loss of Rent suffered by reason of this Lease having
     been prematurely terminated; (ii) all costs reasonably incurred in
     reclaiming, repairing and re-leasing the Premises; and (iii) all legal fees
     and disbursements reasonably incurred in connection therewith, on a
     solicitor and his client basis.

19.06 REMEDIES CUMULATIVE

     No reference to or exercise of any specific right or remedy by Landlord
     shall prejudice or preclude Landlord from exercising or invoking any other
     remedy in respect thereof, whether allowed at law or in equity or expressly
     provided for herein. No such remedy shall be exclusive or dependent upon
     any other such remedy, but Landlord may from time to time exercise any one
     or more of such remedies independently or in combination.

19.07 COLLATERAL RIGHTS

     Tenant acknowledges that any right of first refusal, option to lease, right
     of first offer or other right to lease, and any exclusive use restriction
     or similar restriction granted to it under this Lease is collateral in
     nature and not fundamental to this Lease. The remedies of Tenant in
     connection with any breach of such rights are limited to an action in
     damages and will not entitle Tenant to treat any breach of such rights as a
     repudiation or fundamental breach of this Lease by Landlord.

ARTICLE 20.00 MISCELLANEOUS

20.01 RELATIONSHIP OF PARTIES

     Nothing contained in this Lease shall create any relationship between the
     parties hereto other than that of landlord and tenant, and it is
     acknowledged and agreed that Landlord does not in any way or for any
     purpose become a partner of Tenant in any business, or a joint venturer or
     a member of a joint or common enterprise with Tenant.

20.02 CONSENT NOT UNREASONABLY WITHHELD

     Except as otherwise specifically herein provided, whenever the consent or
     approval of Landlord or Tenant is required under the terms of this Lease,
     such consent or approval shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed.
     Tenant's sole remedy if Landlord unreasonably withholds or delays its
     consent or approval if it is not entitled hereunder to do so shall be an
     action for specific performance, and Landlord shall not be liable for
     damages. If either party withholds any consent or approval, such party
     shall on written request deliver to the other party a written statement
     giving the reasons therefor.

20.03 NAME OF BUILDING

     Landlord shall have the right, from time to time, to change the name,
     number or other designation of the Building.

20.04 APPLICABLE LAW AND CONSTRUCTION

     This Lease shall be governed by and construed under the laws of Ontario,
     and its provisions shall be construed as a whole according to their common
     meaning and not strictly for or against Landlord or Tenant. The words
     Landlord and Tenant shall include the plural as well as the singular. If
     this Lease is executed by more than one person as tenant, Tenant's
     obligations hereunder shall be joint and several obligations. Time is of
     the essence of this Lease. The captions of the Articles are included for
     convenience only and shall have no effect upon the construction or
     interpretation of this Lease.

20.05 ENTIRE AGREEMENT

     Tenant acknowledges and agrees that it has not relied upon any statement,
     representation, agreement or warranty except such as are set out in this
     Lease. This Lease contains the entire agreement between the parties hereto
     with respect to the subject matter of this Lease save and except an
     indemnity agreement given by Corel Corporation, as indemnitor, to Oxford
     Properties Group Inc., Churchill Office Park Ltd. and OPGI Management
     Limited Partnership, with respect to an action commenced by David Lang Real
     Estate Ltd. in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice by statement of claim
     no. 04-CV-026325 issued in Ottawa on January 7, 2004 (herein called the
     "Indemnity Agreement").

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20.06 CROSS-DEFAULT

     A default by Tenant under the Indemnity Agreement shall constitute a
     default under this Lease, and Landlord shall be entitled to all remedies in
     respect thereof to which Landlord would be entitled pursuant to this Lease,
     mutatis mutandis.

20.07 REGISTRATION

     Neither the Tenant nor anyone on the Tenant's behalf or claiming under the
     Tenant (including any Transferee) shall register this Lease or any Transfer
     against the Lands. The Tenant may register a notice or caveat of this Lease
     provided that: (a) a copy of the Lease is not attached; (b) no financial
     terms are disclosed; (c) the Landlord gives its prior written approval to
     the notice or caveat; and (d) the Tenant pays the Landlord's reasonable
     costs on account of the matter. The Landlord may limit such registration to
     one or more parts of the Lands. Upon the expiration or other termination of
     the Term the Tenant shall immediately discharge or otherwise vacate any
     such notice or caveat. If any part of the Lands which in the opinion of the
     Landlord are surplus is transferred, the Tenant shall forthwith at the
     request of the Landlord discharge or otherwise vacate any such notice or
     caveat as it relates to such part. If any part of the Lands are made
     subject to any easement, right-of-way or similar right, the Tenant shall
     immediately at the request of the Landlord postpone its registered interest
     to such easement, right-of-way or similar right.

20.08 AMENDMENT OR MODIFICATION

     No amendment, modification, or supplement to this Lease shall be valid or
     binding unless set out in writing and executed by the parties hereto in the
     same manner as the execution of this Lease.

20.09 CONSTRUED COVENANTS AND SEVERABILITY

     All of the provisions of this Lease are to be construed as covenants and
     agreements as though the words importing such covenants and agreements were
     used in each separate Article hereof. Should any provision of this Lease be
     or become invalid, void, illegal or not enforceable, it shall be considered
     separate and severable from this Lease and the remaining provisions shall
     remain in force and be binding upon the parties hereto as though such
     provision had not been included.

20.10 PLANNING ACT

     It is an express condition of this Lease that the provisions of the
     Planning Act (Ontario) and amendments thereto be complied with, if
     necessary or any successor replacement legislation or any similar
     legislation of the Province in which the Building is situated.

20.11 NO IMPLIED SURRENDER OR WAIVER

     No provision of this Lease shall be deemed to have been waived by Landlord
     unless such waiver is in writing signed by Landlord. Landlord's waiver of a
     breach shall not prevent a subsequent act, which would have originally
     constituted a breach, from having all the force and effect of any original
     breach. Landlord's receipt of Rent with knowledge of a breach shall not be
     deemed a waiver of any breach. Landlord's failure to enforce against Tenant
     or any other tenant in the Building any of the Rules and Regulations shall
     not be deemed a waiver thereof. Nothing done by Landlord shall be deemed to
     be an acceptance of a surrender of the Premises, and no agreement to accept
     a surrender of the Premises shall be valid, unless in writing signed by
     Landlord. The delivery of keys by Tenant to any of Landlord's agents or
     employees shall not operate as a termination of this Lease or a surrender
     of the Premises. No payment by Tenant, or receipt by Landlord, of a lesser
     amount than the Rent due hereunder shall be deemed to be other than on
     account of the earliest stipulated Rent, nor shall any endorsement or
     statement on any cheque or any letter accompanying any cheque, or payment
     as Rent, be deemed an accord and satisfaction, and Landlord may accept such
     cheque or payment without prejudice to Landlord's right to recover the
     balance of such Rent or to pursue any other remedy available to Landlord.

20.12 APPLICATION OF PAYMENTS

     Regardless of any instruction from Tenant, or any written direction or any
     endorsement on any cheque, transmittal letter or any other form of
     communication purporting to direct otherwise, Landlord may apply any
     payment which it receives from Tenant against any amount owed to it by
     Tenant and if Landlord does not notify Tenant otherwise, each payment will
     be considered to be a payment on account of the Rent or Rental Taxes that
     have been unpaid the longest.

20.13 SUCCESSORS BOUND

     Except as otherwise specifically provided, the covenants, terms, and
     conditions contained in this Lease shall apply to and bind the heirs,
     successors, executors, administrators and assigns of the parties hereto as
     limited by this Lease.

20.14 LIABILITY OF LANDLORD

     In addition to the limitation on liability in Articles 16.05, 17.02 and
     elsewhere in this Lease, the liability of Landlord hereunder shall be
     limited to its interest in the Building from time to time. If there is more
     than one

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     person constituting Landlord, the liability of each said person hereunder
     shall be several and be limited to its percentage interest in the Building.

20.15 FORCE MAJEURE

     Notwithstanding any other provision of this Lease, if Landlord or Tenant
     is, in good faith, delayed or prevented from doing anything required by
     this Lease, because of a strike, labour trouble, inability to obtain
     materials or services, power failure, restrictive governmental laws or
     regulations, riots, insurrection, sabotage, rebellion, war, act of God, or
     any other similar reason, that is not the fault of the party delayed, the
     doing of the thing is excused for the period of the delay and the party
     delayed will do what was delayed or prevented within the appropriate period
     after the delay. The preceding sentence does not excuse Tenant from payment
     of Rent or Landlord from payment of amounts that it is required to pay, in
     the amounts and at the times specified in this Lease.

IN WITNESS OF THIS LEASE Landlord and Tenant have properly executed it as of the
date set out on page one.

                                        LANDLORD:
                                        CHURCHILL OFFICE PARK LTD.


                                        PER: /s/ GARY MARTIN
                                             -----------------------------------
                                        Name: GARY MARTIN
                                        Title: VICE PRESIDENT


                                        PER: /s/ NANCY L. BRENEVOST
                                             -----------------------------------
                                        Name: NANCY L. BRENEVOST
                                        Title: VICE PRESIDENT, LEGAL & ASSISTANT
                                               SECRETARY

                                        I/We have the authority to bind the
                                        Corporation.

                                        TENANT:
                                        COREL CORPORATION


                                        PER: /s/ RANDY EISENBACH
                                             -----------------------------------
                                        NAME: RANDY EISENBACH
                                        TITLE: Chief Operating Officer


                                        Per: /s/ DOUGLAS R. MACOLLAM
                                             -----------------------------------
                                        Name: DOUGLAS R. MACOLLAM
                                        Title: Chief Finance Officer

                                        I/We have the authority to bind the
                                        Corporation.

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                                  SCHEDULE A-1

                                Corel Corporation
                      1600 Carling Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario
                              Suite No.: 100 & 200
                                   Premises A
                       Square Feet in the Premises: 33,022

                                FIRST FLOOR PLAN

                                SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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                                  SCHEDULE A-2

                                Corel Corporation

                      1600 Carling Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario
                              Suite No.: 220 & 300
                                   Premises B
                       Square Feet in the Premises: 39,155

                                SECOND FLOOR PLAN

                                THIRD FLOOR PLAN

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                                   SCHEDULE B

                              CHURCHILL OFFICE PARK

SECTION 1.00 WORDS AND PHRASES

1.01 DEFINITIONS

     In this Lease, including this Schedule:

     (a)  "Architect" means such firm of professional architects or engineers
          that Landlord may from time to time engage for the preparation of
          construction drawings for the Building or for general supervision of
          architectural and engineering aspects of it, and includes any
          consultant or consultants that Landlord, or the firm of professional
          architects or engineers Landlord engages, appoints, as long as the
          consultant or consultants act within the scope of their appointment
          and speciality.

     (b)  "Building" means those developments and improvements from time to time
          constructed on the Land and is the Building in which the Premises are
          located, and includes all portions of the development and improvements
          above or below grade.

     (c)  "Capital Tax" means the amount determined by multiplying each of the
          "Applicable Rates" by the Capital and totalling the products.
          "Capital" is the amount of capital which Landlord determines, without
          duplication, is invested from time to time by Landlord, the owner(s)
          of the Building and the Land, any company related to Landlord or the
          owners(s) within the meaning of the Income Tax Act (Canada), or all of
          them, in doing all or any of the following: acquiring, developing,
          expanding, redeveloping and improving the Building and the Land.
          Capital will not be increased by any financing or re-financing except
          to the extent that the proceeds are invested in doing all or any of
          the foregoing. "Applicable Rate" is the capital tax rate specified
          from time to time under any law which imposes a tax in respect of the
          capital of corporations and for greater certainty includes Large
          Corporations Tax levied under the Income Tax Act (Canada) as amended
          from time to time. Each Applicable Rate will be considered to be the
          rate that would apply if each of Landlord, the owners of the Building
          and the Land and the related companies referred to above were taxable
          corporations that employed no capital outside the Province in which
          the Land is located.

     (d)  "Common Areas" means at any time the total of those portions of the
          Land and Building designated by Landlord from time to time or not
          leased or designated for lease to tenants that Landlord provides for
          use in common by Landlord, Tenant, other tenants of the Building or
          their sublessees, agents, employees, customers, invitees or licensees,
          whether or not those areas are open to the general public or to all
          tenants of the Building, and includes, without limitation, the
          Delivery Facilities, the main entrance lobbies, passenger elevators,
          fire service and access corridors which are not exclusive to any
          tenant of the Building, the Parking Facilities, public washrooms and
          fixtures, chattels, systems, decor, signs, facilities or landscaping
          contained, maintained or used in connection with those areas, and are
          deemed to include city sidewalks abutting the Land and any pedestrian
          walkway system (either at, above or below grade), park or other
          facility open to the general public for which Landlord directly or
          indirectly is subject to obligations in its capacity as owner of the
          Land or Building, or both.

     (e)  "Delivery Facilities" means at any time those portions, if any, of the
          Common Areas in the Building or on the Land on or below grade
          designated by Landlord from time to time as facilities to be used for
          the purposes of loading, unloading, delivering, dispatching and
          holding of letters, packages, merchandise, goods and materials of any
          kind entering or leaving the Building and giving vehicular access to
          such portions of the Building, (if any).

     (f)  "Land" means those lands legally described as:

          In the City of Ottawa and being:

          FIRSTLY:

          Part of Lots 98, 99 and 100 and all of Lots 101, 102 and 103, the
          North Half of Lot 109 and all of Lots 110 to 116 (both inclusive),
          Plan 367 and the lane lying adjacent to Lots 100 to 120 (both
          inclusive), on Plan 367 and part of Lot Letter I, Concession A, R.F.
          (formerly Township of Nepean), designated as Parts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 on
          Plan 5R-8051.

          SECONDLY:

          Lots 104 to 108 (both inclusive) and the South Half of Lot 109 on Plan
          367, City of Ottawa.

          THIRDLY:

          Lots 117, 118 and 119 on Plan 367, City of Ottawa, save and except
          those lands described in instrument number 377194.

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          FOURTHLY:

          Part of the lande on Plan 367j, City of Ottawa, lying adjacent to Lots
          119 to 123 (both inclusive), designated as Part 1 on Plan 5R-8586.

          FIFTHLY:

          Part of Lots 120 to 123 (both inclusive) on Plan 367 and all that part
          of Lot Letter I, Concession A (R.F.) (formerly Township of Nepean),
          now in the City of Ottawa, designated as Part 2 on Plan 5R-9403.

     (g)  "Normal Business Hours" means, except as otherwise designated by
          Landlord from time to time, from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday
          through Friday, excluding days that are legal or statutory holidays in
          the municipality in which the Building is located.

     (h)  "Parking Facilities" means those portions, (if any), of the Common
          Areas on or below street level designated by Landlord from time to
          time for vehicular parking.

SECTION 2.00 DETERMINATION OF OPERATING COSTS AND TAXES

2.01 DEFINITIONS

     In this Lease:

     (a)  "Square Feet in the Building" means, as determined in accordance with
          the method of measurement set forth in Section 3.00, the aggregate of
          the gross leasable office areas of the Building calculated on a full
          floor tenancy basis in accordance with Section 3.01, and the retail
          areas calculated in accordance with Section 3.03. If, from time to
          time, there is a material change in the gross leasable space in the
          Building, (except as caused by a change in the ratio of single tenancy
          floors to multiple tenancy floors) "Square Feet in the Building"
          shall, from the effective date of the change until any further change,
          mean the number of square feet in the Building determined on
          completion of that change on the basis set out in Section 3.00.

     (b)  "Taxes" means the aggregate of all taxes, rates, charges, levies and
          assessments payable by Landlord accruing in respect of the calendar
          year in which each Fiscal Year begins and imposed by any competent
          taxing or assessing authority upon or in respect of the Building, the
          Land and all improvements therein or thereon. In determining Taxes,
          any corporate, income, excess profits and business tax imposed upon
          the income of Landlord and any other impost of a personal nature
          charged or levied against Landlord shall be excluded, except to the
          extent that it is levied in lieu of taxes, rates, charges, levies or
          assessments in respect of the Land or improvements thereon. Taxes
          shall in all instances be calculated on the basis of the Building
          being assessed as fully constructed, leased and occupied and taxed at
          the applicable occupied tax rates.

     (c)  "Tenant's Proportionate Share" means an amount determined by
          multiplying Operating Costs for the Fiscal Year by a fraction having
          as its numerator the Square Feet in the Premises and having as its
          denominator the Square Feet in the Building.

2.02 DETERMINATION OF OPERATING COSTS

     "Operating Costs" means the aggregate of all costs in a Fiscal Year,
     calculated as if the Building were one hundred percent (100%) occupied by
     tenants throughout such Fiscal Year, established in accordance with
     generally accepted accounting principles and this Lease, without
     duplication and confirmed in a certificate of Landlord signed by a
     responsible representative thereof (without personal liability) equal to
     the sum of all direct and indirect costs reasonably incurred or charged by
     or on behalf of Landlord, whether or not paid, on either an accrual or cash
     basis, or in part on both, as Landlord may determine on account of the
     ownership, administration, operation, management, supervision, maintenance,
     repair and replacement of the Building and for services provided generally
     to tenants thereof, including, without limitation:

     (a)  amounts paid to, or reasonably attributable to the salaries, severance
          and other remuneration of, all personnel (whether on or off-site and
          whether employed by Landlord or a management company) involved in the
          administration, operation, management, maintenance, repair,
          replacement, security, supervision, landscaping or cleaning of the
          Building, including reasonable fringe benefits and other employment
          costs;

     (b)  auditing, accounting, legal and other professional and consulting fees
          and disbursements incurred in connection with the maintenance and
          operation of the Building, including those incurred with respect to
          the preparation of the statements required under the provisions of the
          Lease and costs of minimizing, contesting, or appealing assessment of
          Taxes (whether or not successful);

     (c)  the costs of:

          (i)  operating, cleaning, maintaining, and repairing (major, minor or
               otherwise) the Building, and the systems, facilities and
               equipment serving the Building and of all replacements and
               modifications to the Building, and the systems, facilities and
               equipment serving the Building,

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               including without limitation those made by Landlord in order to
               comply with laws or regulations or required by Landlord's
               insurance carrier or resulting from normal wear and tear to the
               Building, and the systems, facilities and equipment serving the
               Building;

          (ii) providing, installing, modifying and upgrading energy
               conservation equipment and systems, life safety systems and
               telecommunication systems and equipment if any;

          (iii) making alterations, replacements or additions to the Building
               intended to reduce Operating Costs, improve the operation of the
               Building and the systems, facilities and equipment serving the
               Building, or maintain their operation; and

          (iv) replacing machinery or equipment which by its nature requires
               periodic replacement;

     all to the extent that such costs are fully chargeable in the Fiscal Year
     in which they are incurred in accordance with generally accepted accounting
     principles;

     (d)  depreciation or amortization of the costs referred to in part (c) as
          determined in accordance with generally accepted accounting
          principles, if such costs have not been charged fully in the Fiscal
          Year in which they are incurred;

     (e)  interest on the undepreciated or unamortized balance of the costs
          referred to in part (d);

     (f)  a management fee equal to the greater (in respect of each Fiscal Year)
          of four percent (4%) of the gross revenue received or receivable by
          Landlord in respect of the Building and the Land in such Fiscal Year
          (excluding revenues under this Section 2.02(f)) and fifteen percent
          (15%) of Operating Costs in such Fiscal Year (excluding costs under
          this Section 2.02(f), Taxes and interest), it being agreed and
          understood in this regard, however, that so long as the Building is
          managed by a third party manager, the amount to be included pursuant
          to this subsection 2.02(f) shall not exceed the actual amount payable
          by Landlord to such third party manager;

     (g)  Capital Taxes;

     (h)  Taxes (excluding the amounts payable by Tenant pursuant to Article
          2.08);

     (i)  all insurance maintained by Landlord in respect of the Building and
          Land and its operation, including insurance for loss of Rent, and the
          amounts of losses incurred or claims paid below insurance deductible
          amounts; and

     (j)  market rental on all areas utilized by the Landlord or its manager for
          the operation and management of the Building.

2.03 LIMITATION ON OPERATING COSTS

     In determining Operating Costs, the cost (if any) of the following shall be
     excluded, except as specifically provided in Section 2.02;

     (a)  major repairs that are required as a result of structural failure due
          to defective design or construction, but maintenance, to the
          foundation, columns, structural elements of sub-floors, bearing walls
          and roof (including the roof membrane or weather covering) of the
          Building shall be included as part of Operating Costs;

     (b)  interest on, and the capital retirement of debt;

     (c)  expenses relating to decorating or redecorating or renovating rentable
          space for tenants or occupants of the Building and costs relating to
          tenant inducements, allowances or similar expenses;

     (d)  all leasing expenses, real estate brokers fees, leasing commissions,
          legal fees, advertising, and space planners fees;

     (e)  changes made to accommodate specific requirements of specific tenants
          of the Building;

     (f)  cleaning costs, garbage removal and other costs which are peculiar to
          the premises of the retail tenants of the Building;

     (g)  repairs or maintenance done for the direct account of other tenants;
          and

     (h)  any increase in insurance premiums resulting from any special uses in
          the Building by other tenants.

2.04 ALLOCATION

     Where this Lease provides for the allocation, or the like, of costs or
     expenses or where an allocation of a part of some total or aggregate cost
     or expense is to be made to the Premises or to Tenant, any such allocation,
     or the like, is to be made by Landlord on a reasonable basis.

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2.05 WHEN SERVICES ARE NOT PROVIDED

     Notwithstanding Section 2.02, when and if any service which is normally
     provided by Landlord to some tenants of the Building:

     (a)  is not provided to Tenant under the specific terms of this Lease, in
          determining Operating Costs for the calculation of Tenant's
          Proportionate Share, Landlord shall exclude the costs of that service,
          except as any such costs relate to the Common Areas; or

     (b)  is not provided by Landlord in a significant portion of the Building,
          in determining Tenant's Proportionate Share, Landlord shall divide the
          cost of that service by the difference between the Square Feet in the
          Building and the number of square feet in the Building to which
          Landlord does not provide the service, both calculated on the basis
          set out in Section 3.00.

2.06 SHARED FACILITIES, SERVICES AND UTILITIES

     If any facilities, services or utilities:

     (a)  for the operation, administration, management, repair and maintenance
          of the Building are provided from another building or other buildings
          owned or operated by Landlord or its manager; or

     (b)  for the operation, administration, management, repair and maintenance
          of another building or other buildings owned or operated by Landlord
          or its manager are provided from the Building;

     the net costs, charges and expenses therefor shall, for the purposes of
     Section 2.02, be allocated by Landlord, acting reasonably, between the
     Building and other building or buildings on a reasonable basis.

2.07 PARTIAL FISCAL YEAR

     If the Term commences after the beginning of a Fiscal Year or terminates
     before the end of it, any amount payable by Tenant to Landlord under
     Article 4.07 shall be adjusted proportionately and accordingly.

2.08 TAXES

     If any portion of the Taxes are levied separately against the Premises by
     any competent taxing authority resulting in an allocation of a portion of
     the Taxes to the Tenant, whether payable by the Tenant or the Landlord,
     then the Tenant shall promptly pay such portion of the Taxes as directed by
     the Landlord together with any amounts payable under Section 2.02(h).

     Notwithstanding the inclusion of certain Taxes in Operating Costs, if any
     of the Taxes are not levied separately against the Premises, then Landlord
     may in its sole and unfettered discretion, but acting as would a reasonable
     and prudent landlord, determine, allocate and adjust Taxes as among tenants
     and occupants of the Building. Nothing herein shall compel or require
     Landlord to adjust, continue to adjust or to make the same determination or
     allocation of Taxes from year to year or in any Fiscal Year.

SECTION 3.00 DETERMINATION OF SQUARE FEET IN PREMISES

3.01 OFFICE SPACE - SINGLE TENANCY FLOORS

     The number of square feet of office space in the Premises on a
     single-tenancy floor in the Building (if any) shall be calculated from
     dimensioned Architect's drawings to the inside face of the glass in the
     permanent exterior building walls (whether or not the glass extends to the
     floor) or to the inside finish of those walls where they contain no glass.
     It shall include all space within exterior building walls, except for
     stairs (other than stair and duct shafts exclusively serving a tenant
     occupying offices on more than one floor), elevator shafts, flues, pipe
     shafts, vertical ducts, and other vertical risers which penetrate the floor
     and their enclosing walls. No deduction shall be made for washrooms,
     janitor rooms, air-conditioning rooms, fan rooms, or for electrical and
     telephone rooms, including vertical risers in these rooms within and
     servicing only the floor or servicing a single tenant on more than one
     floor, or for any other rooms, corridors or areas available to Tenant,
     columns located wholly or partially within the space, or for any enclosures
     around the periphery of the Building used for the purpose of heating,
     ventilating or cooling.

3.02 OFFICE SPACE - MULTIPLE TENANCY FLOORS

     The number of square feet of office space in the Premises on a multiple
     tenancy floor in the Building (if any), whether above or below grade, shall
     be calculated from dimensioned Architect's drawings to the inside face of
     permanent exterior building walls or to the inside face of the glass as
     described in Section 3.01 for a single tenancy floor, to the face of
     permanent interior walls and to the center line of demising partitions, and
     includes a portion of unallocated space on the same floor(s) as the
     Premises, as determined by Landlord, acting reasonably, from time to time.
     No deduction shall be made for any columns located wholly or partially
     within the rentable space, or for any enclosures around the periphery of
     the Building used for the purpose of cooling, heating or ventilating.

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3.03 RETAIL SPACE

     The number of square feet of retail space in the Premises (if any), whether
     above or below grade, shall be calculated from dimensioned Architect's
     drawings to the inside face of permanent exterior building walls, to the
     face of permanent interior walls, to the center line of demising
     partitions, and to the center line of a pre-determined lease line (usually
     referred to as the storefront line) in the case of retail space facing onto
     either an interior public mall or corridor or onto a public street or lane.
     No deduction shall be made for vestibules inside the permanent exterior
     building walls or inside the pre-determined lease line, or for any columns
     located wholly or partially within the rentable space.

SECTION 4.00 LOADING AND DELIVERY

4.01 The delivering, dispatching, holding, loading and unloading of letters,
     correspondence, packages, merchandise, goods and materials of any kind to
     the Premises or from them shall be done only at those times, and in such
     manner and through those elevators, entrances and corridors as Landlord
     designates from time to time.

4.02 Landlord accepts no liability and is hereby relieved and released by Tenant
     in respect of the operation of the Delivery Facilities, or the adequacy
     thereof, or of the acts or omissions of any person or persons engaged in
     the operation thereof, or in the acceptance, holding, handling, delivery or
     dispatch of any goods for or on behalf of Tenant, or for any claim of
     Tenant by reason of damage, loss, theft or acceptance, holding, handling,
     delivery or dispatch, or any error, negligence or delay therein.

4.03 Landlord may from time to time make and amend regulations for the orderly
     and efficient operation of the Delivery Facilities and may require the
     payment of reasonable charges for delivery services and demurrage provided
     by Landlord.

SECTION 5.00 ELECTRICITY AND SERVICES

5.01 Notwithstanding Article 6.02(c) of this Lease, Tenant shall be solely
     responsible for all direct and indirect costs relating to the provision of,
     or arising under the contract for the supply of, all electricity required
     in the Premises, whether or not separately metered. Tenant agrees that it
     shall not engage any person to provide utility services to the Premises.
     Electricity required for such heating, ventilation, and cooling of the
     Premises as are provided by Landlord under Article 6.02(a) of the Lease
     shall be assessed and paid as a part of Operating Costs.

5.02 If electricity is not separately metered to the Premises but is supplied to
     Tenant through a meter common to other tenants (or group of tenants) in the
     Building, then Landlord shall pay the cost of that electricity and (subject
     to Article 6.02 of this Lease), acting as would a reasonable and prudent
     landlord, apportion that cost among all tenants supplied through that
     common meter. Upon receipt of Landlord's statement of apportionment, Tenant
     shall reimburse Landlord for the amount for which Tenant is shown by the
     statement to be liable, provided that Landlord may elect at any time by
     notice to Tenant to estimate the amount for which Tenant will be liable and
     require Tenant to pay that amount in monthly instalments simultaneously
     with Tenant's payments of Rent, in which case the provisions of Article
     4.05 of this Lease shall apply. Tenant shall also pay to Landlord an
     administration fee equal to ten percent (10%) of the amounts payable by it
     under this Section.

SECTION 6.00 REDEVELOPMENT AND DEMOLITION

6.01 RELOCATION - COMMON AREAS

     Landlord may from time to time relocate or eliminate any Common Areas in
     whole or in part and may increase or reduce their dimensions provided that
     access by Tenant to the Premises from the elevator lobbies remains
     available.

6.02 INTENTIONALLY DELETED.

6.03 REDEVELOPMENT

     Landlord may construct additional improvements on the Land or on any
     adjacent land, may renovate the Building and may add storeys to the
     Building. Neither the construction or the demolition by either Landlord or
     any other person of any improvement on either the Land or any land adjacent
     thereto or within the Building nor the noise, dust, vibration or other
     inconvenience or the reduction of light, air or view occasioned by such
     construction or demolition shall affect the obligations of Tenant or result
     in any liability of Landlord, unless such noise, dust, vibration or other
     inconvenience occasioned by such construction or demolition renders any
     portion of the Premises unfit for occupancy in which case the Rent payable
     by Tenant hereunder will be abated during the period such part of the
     Premises is unfit for occupancy, such abatement to be in direct proportion
     to the space within the Premises so rendered unfit for occupancy.

6.04 DEMOLITION

     Notwithstanding anything contained in this Lease, Landlord may terminate
     the Lease at any time if it is Landlord's intention to demolish or
     substantially renovate the Building. Landlord will give Tenant not less
     than twelve (12) calendar months' notice of such termination.

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6.05 HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

     "HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE" means and includes any pollutant or toxic substance
     under the Environmental Protection Act including any toxic refuse or waste
     material, pollutant, dangerous substance, industrial waste, hot liquid
     waste, toxic substance, or any liquid, substance or material which if
     ignited could be a pollutant or dangerous or toxic to human life including,
     without limitation, urea formaldehyde foam insulation, asbestos or
     polychlorinated biphenyl ("PCBs") and, further, any materials, substances,
     or condition which is prohibited, controlled or regulated by Environmental
     Law or is hazardous, toxic or polluting referred to and further described
     in Section 6.06.

6.06 TENANT'S RESPONSIBILITY REGARDING HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES PROHIBITION RE:
     CERTAIN MATERIALS

     (a)  Notwithstanding any other provision of this Lease, Tenant agrees that
          it will not use or permit the use of any asbestos, polychlorinated
          biphenyls or radon in any construction of the Leasehold Improvements
          in the Premises or in any use of the Premises.

     (b)  Tenant covenants with Landlord and agrees to observe, perform and
          comply with the terms and provisions set forth below regarding
          Hazardous Substances.

6.07 TENANT'S RESTRICTIONS

     Tenant shall not cause or permit to occur to the Premises, Building, Land,
     or Common Areas:

     (a)  any violation of any Environmental Law now or hereafter enacted,
          related to environmental conditions on, under, or about the Premises,
          or arising from Tenant's use or occupancy of the Premises, including,
          but not limited to, soil and ground water conditions; or

     (b)  the use, generation, manufacture, refining, production, processing,
          storage and release (which includes, without limitation, releasing,
          spilling, leaking, pumping, pouring, emitting, emptying, discharging,
          depositing, injecting, escaping, leaching, disposing or dumping), of
          any Hazardous Substance on, under, or about the Premises, or the
          transportation to or from the Land or Building of any Hazardous
          Substance.

6.08 ENVIRONMENTAL CLEAN-UP

     Tenant shall, at Tenant's own expense, comply with all Environmental Laws
     regulating the use, generation, storage, transportation, or disposal of
     Hazardous Substances.

     (a)  Tenant shall conduct its business and require its officers, employees,
          agents, contractors and any subtenants or other persons claiming any
          interest in the Premises or right to occupy the Premises, through, by
          or under Tenant to conduct their businesses in compliance in all
          respects with Environmental Laws. Tenant will permit the Landlord to
          conduct inspections and appraisal of the Premises and of the books and
          records of Tenant relating to the Premises for the purposes of
          monitoring and ensuring compliance with Environmental Law.

     (b)  Tenant shall, at Tenant's own expense, make all submissions to,
          provide all information required by, and comply with all requirements
          of all Authorities.

     (c)  Tenant upon becoming aware of or suspecting the existence of Hazardous
          Substances upon or environmental damage to the Premises, Land or
          Building shall promptly notify Landlord of the same and upon receipt
          of any warning, notice, order or directive respecting Hazardous
          Substances on or environmental damage to the Premises will promptly
          provide a copy to Landlord.

     (d)  Should any Authority or any third party demand that a cleanup plan be
          prepared and that a clean-up be undertaken because of any deposit,
          spill, discharge, or other release of Hazardous Substances that occurs
          during the Term of this Lease, at or from the Premises, or which
          arises at any time from Tenant's use or occupancy of the Premises,
          then Tenant shall, at Tenant's own expense, prepare and submit the
          required plans and all related bonds and other financial assurances;
          and Tenant shall carry out all such cleanup plans.

     (e)  Tenant shall promptly provide all information regarding the use,
          generation, storage, transportation, or disposal of Hazardous
          Substances that is requested by Landlord. If Tenant fails to fulfill
          any duty imposed under this Section 6.08 within a reasonable time,
          Landlord may do so; and in such case, Tenant shall cooperate with
          Landlord in order to prepare all documents Landlord deems necessary or
          appropriate to determine the applicability of the Environmental Laws
          to the Premises and Tenant's use thereof, and for compliance
          therewith, and Tenant shall execute all documents promptly upon
          Landlord's request. No such action by Landlord and no attempt made by
          Landlord to mitigate damages under any Environmental Laws shall
          constitute a waiver of any of Tenant's obligations under this Section
          6.08.

6.09 AIR EMISSIONS COMPLIANCE - ONTARIO

     Without in any way limiting Tenant's obligation under this Lease to comply
     with all Environmental Laws, Tenant covenants and agrees as follows:

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     (a)  to comply with all Environmental Laws pertaining to air emissions
          including, without limitation, Ontario Regulation 127/01 "Airborne
          Contaminant Discharge - Monitoring and Reporting" as amended from time
          to time (the "Regulation");

     (b)  at Tenant's cost and expense to deliver to Landlord, two (2) copies of
          any and all reports Tenant is required to file with any Authority
          relating the reporting of air emissions, on the date that each such
          report is required to be delivered to such Authority; and

     (c)  on or before the Commencement Date, to designate an accredited
          environmental consultant approved by Landlord in writing, for the
          purpose of carrying out and ensuring compliance by Tenant at its sole
          cost, with all Environmental Laws, including without limitation, the
          Regulation, provided however that Landlord has the right at any time
          and from time to time to require Tenant to use Landlord's designated
          environmental consultant, at Tenant's sole cost and expense for such
          purposes.

6.10 TENANT'S INDEMNITY

     (a)  Tenant shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Landlord, the
          manager of the property, and their respective officers, directors,
          beneficiaries, shareholders, partners, agents, and employees from all
          fines, suits, procedures, claims, and actions of every kind, and all
          costs associated therewith (including attorney's and consultants'
          fees) arising out of or in any way connected with any use, generation,
          manufacture, refining, production, processing, storage and release
          (includes, without limitation, releasing, spilling, leaking, pumping,
          pouring, emitting, emptying, discharging, depositing, injecting,
          escaping, leaching, disposing or dumping), of Hazardous Substances
          that occurs during the Term of this Lease, at or from the Premises, or
          which arises at any time from Tenant's use or occupancy of the
          Premises, or from Tenant's failure to provide all information, make
          all submissions, and take all steps required by all Authorities under
          the laws and all other Environmental Laws.

     (b)  Tenant's obligations and liabilities under this Article 6.10 shall
          survive the expiration or sooner termination of this Lease, the
          re-entry or re-letting of the Premises by Landlord and the sale of the
          Land and shall remain in full force and effect for the benefit of
          Landlord, its successors and assigns.

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                                   SCHEDULE C

                              RULES AND REGULATIONS

1.   SECURITY

     Landlord may from time to time adopt appropriate systems and procedures for
     the security or safety of the Building, any persons occupying, using or
     entering the same, or any equipment, finishings or contents thereof, and
     Tenant shall comply with Landlord's reasonable requirements relative
     thereto.

2.   LOCKS

     Landlord may from time to time install and change locking mechanisms on
     entrances to the Building, common areas thereof, and the Premises, and
     (unless 24 hour security is provided by the Building) shall provide to
     Tenant a reasonable number of keys and replacements therefor to meet the
     bona fide requirements of Tenant. In these rules "keys" include any device
     serving the same purpose. Tenant shall not add to or change existing
     locking mechanisms on any door in or to the Premises without Landlord's
     prior written consent. If with Landlord's consent, Tenant installs lock(s)
     incompatible with the Building master locking system:

     (a)  Landlord, without abatement of Rent, shall be relieved of any
          obligation under the Lease to provide any service to the affected
          areas which require access thereto,

     (b)  Tenant shall indemnify Landlord against any expense as a result of
          forced entry thereto which may be required in an emergency, and

     (c)  Tenant shall at the end of the Term and at Landlord's request remove
          such lock(s) at Tenant's expense.

3.   RETURN OF KEYS

     At the end of the Term, Tenant shall promptly return to Landlord all keys
     for the Building and Premises which are in possession of Tenant.

4.   WINDOWS

     Tenant shall observe Landlord's rules with respect to maintaining window
     coverings at all windows in the Premises so that the Building presents a
     uniform exterior appearance, and shall not install any window shades,
     screens, drapes, covers or other materials on or at any window in the
     Premises without Landlord's prior written consent. Tenant shall ensure that
     window coverings are closed on all windows in the Premises while they are
     exposed to the direct rays of the sun.

5.   REPAIR, MAINTENANCE, ALTERATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS

     Tenant shall carry out Tenant's repair, maintenance, alterations and
     improvements in the Premises only during times agreed to in advance by
     Landlord and in a manner which will not interfere with the rights of other
     tenants in the Building.

6.   WATER FIXTURES

     Tenant shall not use water fixtures for any purpose for which they are not
     intended, nor shall water be wasted by tampering with such fixtures. Any
     cost or damage resulting from such misuse by Tenant shall be paid for by
     Tenant.

7.   PERSONAL USE OF PREMISES

     The Premises shall not be used or permitted to be used for residential,
     lodging or sleeping purposes or for the storage of personal effects or
     property not required for business purposes.

8.   HEAVY ARTICLES

     Tenant shall not place in or move about the Premises without Landlord's
     prior written consent any safe or other heavy article which in Landlord's
     reasonable opinion may damage the Building, and Landlord may designate the
     location of any heavy articles in the Premises.

9.   CARPET PADS

     In those portions of the Premises where carpet has been provided directly
     or indirectly by Landlord, Tenant shall at its own expense install and
     maintain pads to protect the carpet under all furniture having casters
     other than carpet casters.

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10.  BICYCLES, ANIMALS

     Tenant shall not bring any animals or birds into the Building, and shall
     not permit bicycles or other vehicles inside or on the sidewalks outside
     the Building except in areas designated from time to time by Landlord for
     such purposes.

11.  DELIVERIES

     Tenant shall ensure that deliveries of materials and supplies to the
     Premises are made through such entrances, elevators and corridors and at
     such times as may from time to time be designated by Landlord, and shall
     promptly pay or cause to be paid to Landlord the cost of repairing any
     damage in the Building caused by any person making such deliveries.

12.  FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT

     Tenant shall ensure that furniture and equipment being moved into or out of
     the Premises is moved through such entrances, elevators and corridors and
     at such times as may from time to time be designated by Landlord, and by
     movers or a moving company approved by Landlord, and shall promptly pay or
     cause to be paid to Landlord the cost of repairing any damage in the
     Building caused thereby.

13.  SOLICITATIONS

     Landlord reserves the right to restrict or prohibit canvassing, soliciting
     or peddling in the Building.

14.  FOOD AND BEVERAGES

     Only persons approved from time to time by Landlord may prepare, solicit
     orders for, sell, serve or distribute foods or beverages in the Building,
     or use the elevators, corridors, stairwells, balconies or other common
     areas for any such purpose. Except with Landlord's prior written consent
     and in accordance with arrangements approved by Landlord, Tenant shall not
     permit on the Premises the use of equipment for dispensing food or
     beverages or for the preparation, solicitation of orders for, sale, serving
     or distribution of food or beverages. Notwithstanding the foregoing, by its
     execution of this Lease, Landlord consents to and approves of the three (3)
     drink vending machines, one (1) snack vending machine and seven (7) coffee
     machines located within the Premises as of the Commencement Date.

15.  REFUSE

     Tenant shall place all refuse in proper receptacles provided by Tenant at
     its expense in the Premises or in receptacles (if any) provided by Landlord
     for the Building, and shall keep sidewalks and driveways outside the
     Building, and lobbies, corridors, stairwells, ducts and shafts of the
     Building, free of all refuse.

16.  OBSTRUCTIONS

     Tenant shall not obstruct or place anything in or on the sidewalks or
     driveways outside the Building or in the lobbies, corridors, stairwells,
     balconies or other common areas of the Building, or use such locations for
     any purpose except access to and exit from the Premises without Landlord's
     prior written consent. Landlord may remove at Tenant's expense any such
     obstruction or thing (unauthorized by Landlord) without notice or
     obligation to Tenant.

17.  DANGEROUS OR IMMORAL ACTIVITIES

     Tenant shall not make any use of the Premises which involves the danger of
     injury to any person, nor shall the same be used for any immoral purpose.

18.  PROPER CONDUCT

     Tenant shall not conduct itself in any manner which is inconsistent with
     the character of the Building as a first quality building or which will
     impair the comfort and convenience of other tenants in the Building.

19.  EMPLOYEES, AGENTS AND INVITEES

     In these Rules and Regulations, Tenant includes the employees, agents,
     invitees and licensees of Tenant and others permitted by Tenant to use or
     occupy the Premises.

20.  ATM AND VENDING MACHINES

     The Tenant shall not have the right to install automatic teller machines
     (ATMs) or, subject to Rule 14, vending machines in the Premises.

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                                   SCHEDULE D

                        SUPPLEMENTAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

ARTICLE 21.01 REQUIRED CONDITIONS

For the purposes of this Lease, Tenant agrees that the following shall
constitute the required conditions (the "Required Conditions"):

(a)  execution and delivery of the Lease by Tenant and Landlord;

(b)  from the Commencement Date to the applicable date, there has not been more
     than one (1) Event of Default;

(c)  either COREL CORPORATION or a Special Transferee is in possession and
     occupancy of at least ninety percent (90%) of the Square Feet in the
     Premises and is carrying on business therefrom and has not sublet at any
     time more than ten percent (10%) of the Square Feet in the Premises or
     assigned this Lease other than to a Special Transferee;

(d)  except where the Transfer occurs as a result of trading in the shares of
     Tenant listed on a recognized stock exchange in Canada or the United
     States, there has not been a Transfer other than to a Special Transferee;
     and

(e)  no lien, (construction or otherwise) affects the Land, the Premises or the
     Building, and no claim under workplace safety and insurance legislation has
     been made in connection with anything done by or on behalf of Tenant.

ARTICLE 21.02 PARKING - PREMISES A

So long as subsection 21.01 (a) of the Required Conditions has been met,
Landlord shall make provision for and Tenant shall take 36 unreserved stalls in
the underground Parking Facility and 54 unreserved stalls in the above-ground
Parking Facility throughout the Term for Premises A. Tenant will sign Landlord's
standard form of parking agreement, amended to confirm that save and except for
Operating Costs and Taxes otherwise payable pursuant to this Lease, Tenant shall
not be required to pay any additional or further amount to Landlord for such
parking. Landlord confirms that its estimate of Operating Costs and Taxes for
the calendar year 2004 of $16.77 per square foot includes the Operating Costs
and Taxes with respect to the Parking Facility.

ARTICLE 21.03 PARKING - PREMISES B

So long as subsection 21.01(a) of the Required Conditions has been met, Landlord
shall make provision for and Tenant shall take 36 unreserved stalls in the
underground Parking Facility and 54 unreserved stalls in the above-ground
Parking Facility throughout the Term for Premises B. Tenant will sign Landlord's
standard form of parking agreement, amended to confirm that save and except for
Operating Costs and Taxes otherwise payable pursuant to this Lease, Tenant shall
not be required to pay any additional or further amount to Landlord for such
parking. Landlord confirms that its estimate of Operating Costs and Taxes for
the calendar year 2004 of $16.77 per square foot includes Operating Costs and
Taxes with respect to the Parking Facility.

ARTICLE 21.04 OPTION TO EXTEND - PREMISES A

Provided the Required Conditions have been met both on the date of exercise and
on expiration of the Term for Premises A, Tenant shall have the option to extend
the Term for Premises A for one (1) additional term of two (2) years upon giving
Landlord not more than eighteen (18) months and not less than nine (9) months
notice prior to the expiration of the Term for Premises A. The extension will be
on Landlord's then current standard form of lease extension agreement on the
same terms and conditions as are contained in this Lease, except that:

(a)  there shall be no further option to extend the Term for Premises A beyond
     this Option to Extend; and

(b)  the Annual Rent for Premises A payable during the extension term shall be
     the then current Market Rent.

ARTICLE 21.05 FIRST OPTION TO EXTEND - PREMISES B

Provided the Required Conditions have been met both on the date of exercise and
on expiration of the Term for Premises B, Tenant shall have the option to extend
the Term for Premises B for one (1) additional term of two (2) years upon giving
Landlord not more than eighteen (18) months and not less than nine (9) months
notice prior to the expiration of the Term for Premises B. The extension will be
on Landlord's then current standard form of lease extension agreement on the
same terms and conditions as are contained in this Lease, except that:

(a)  subject only to Article 21.06, there shall be no further option to extend
     the Term for Premises B beyond this First Option to Extend; and

(b)  the Annual Rent for Premises B payable during the first extension term
     shall be the then current Market Rent.

ARTICLE 21.06 SECOND OPTION TO EXTEND - PREMISES B

Provided the Required Conditions have been met both on the date of exercise and
on expiration of the then current Term for Premises B and provided Tenant has
exercised its options to extend both the Term for Premises B under Article 21.05

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and the Term for Premises A under Article 21.04 of this Lease, Tenant shall have
the option to extend the Term for Premises B for one (1) additional term of two
(2) years upon giving Landlord not more than eighteen (18) months and not less
than nine (9) months notice prior to the expiration of then current Term for
Premises B. The extension will be on Landlord's then current standard form of
lease extension agreement on the same terms and conditions as are contained in
this Lease, except that:

(a)  there shall be no further option to extend the Term for Premises B beyond
     this Second Option to Extend; and

(b)  the Annual Rent for Premises B payable during the second extension term
     shall be the then current Market Rent.

ARTICLE 21.07 MARKET RENT

"Market Rent" means the rate of Annual Rent per square foot per annum for
premises similar to Premises A or Premises B, as the case may be, located in the
Building and in buildings similar to the Building in a comparable location as
the Building for a term equal in duration to the extension term in question and
taking into account the parking rights granted pursuant to this Lease with
respect to Premises A or Premises B, as the case may be, pursuant to Articles
21.02 and 21.03, respectively.

1.   Notice of Market Rent

At least 90 days prior to the date on which the Market Rent is to first become
payable, Landlord shall give Tenant notice (the "Market Rent Notice") of its
determination thereof.

2.   Final Determination of Market Rent

(a)  Whether or not Tenant agrees with Landlord's determination of Market Rent,
     Tenant shall nevertheless pay to Landlord the amount set out in the Market
     Rent Notice from and after the date on which it first becomes payable and
     until the Market Rent has been finally determined. If Tenant does not so
     agree, Tenant shall give notice (the "Dispute Notice") to Landlord to that
     effect within 10 days of the giving of the Market Rent Notice. In the
     absence of a Dispute Notice, Tenant shall be deemed to have accepted
     Landlord's determination of Market Rent.

(b)  If Tenant has given Dispute Notice and Landlord and Tenant have not agreed
     in writing as to Market Rent within 10 days after the Dispute Notice is
     given, Market Rent shall be determined as follows:

     (i)  Within fifteen (15) days of the date on which Tenant has given its
          Dispute Notice, Landlord and Tenant shall each appoint an independent
          and qualified person to determine the Market Rent and by notice advise
          the other of the identity of its appointee;

     (ii) If either Landlord or Tenant, having given notice of its appointee,
          considers the appointee of the other to be either not independent or
          not qualified, it may by notice to the other given within seven (7)
          days of the date on which the notice of the appointment is given
          protest such appointment with reasons;

     (iii) If within ten (10) days of the date on which the notice of protest is
          given the parties cannot agree as to an alternate appointee, the party
          whose appointee is the subject of the protest shall within the next
          10-day period either give notice to the other of a new appointee or
          bring an action for a judicial determination as to whether its
          original appointee was either independent or qualified or both,
          according to the particulars of the protest;

     (iv) If such party elects to make a new appointment, the right of the other
          party to protest as aforesaid shall apply with respect to the new
          appointee; if it is judicially determined that an appointee was either
          not independent or unqualified, the party whose appointee was
          ineligible shall within ten (10) days of such determination give
          notice to the other of a new appointee whereupon the preceding
          provisions of this section shall again apply;

     (v)  If within the 15-day period set out in the subparagraph (i) of this
          subsection either Landlord or Tenant fails to make an appointment and
          so to identify its appointee, the Market Rent shall be determined by
          the appointee of the party which has made an appointment and so given
          notice thereof;

     (vi) Within thirty (30) days of the date on which the identity of either
          the single appointee or the two appointees has been ascertained,
          either the appointee or appointees, as the case may be, shall
          determine the Market Rent and each party, or the party making the only
          appointment, as the case may be, shall give notice of the
          determination made by its appointee to the other;

     (vii) If the appointee of either party fails to do so, or if either party
          fails to give notice to the other party of the determination of Market
          Rent within the time limit as aforesaid, the determination of Market
          Rent made by the appointee of the other party shall govern;

     (viii) If the determinations of Market Rent by the two appointees differs
          by less than 10%, then Market Rent shall be the average of the two
          determinations;

     (ix) If the determinations of Market Rent by the two appointees differ by
          10% or more, then the two appointees will select a third independent
          and qualified person who will choose one or other of the
          determinations made as aforesaid and the rate so chosen will be Market
          Rent;
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     (x)  If the two appointees cannot agree on the selection of the third
          person, then the provisions of the Arbitrations Act shall apply for
          the appointment of a single arbitrator. The sole function of the
          person so appointed shall be to choose one or the other of the
          determinations made as aforesaid.

(c)  If Market Rent as determined pursuant to subsection (b) is greater than
     Tenant has paid in accordance with the Market Rent Notice, Tenant shall
     immediately pay to Landlord the difference and shall thereafter make the
     payments of minimum (basic) rent equal to the Market Rent as so determined.
     If the amount of Market Rent is less than that stipulated in the Market
     Rent Notice, Landlord shall immediately refund to Tenant any overpayment
     made by Tenant.

(d)  If Market Rent as determined pursuant to subsection (b) is less than 90% of
     the amount stipulated in the Market Rent Notice, Landlord shall pay the
     fees of all the appraisers and, if applicable, the arbitrator and if Market
     Rent as so determined is 90% or more of the amount so stipulated, Tenant
     shall pay all such fees.

ARTICLE 21.08 EXTERIOR SIGNAGE

So long as subsections 21.01 (a), (c) and (e) of the Required Conditions are
met, Tenant shall have the non-exclusive right to affix the following corporate
identification signage on the exterior of the Building:

(i)  one (1) channel sign on the east face of the Building, such signage not to
     exceed six (6) feet in height or twenty-four (24) feet in width; and

(ii) one (1) channel sign on the west face of the Building, such signage not to
     exceed six (6) feet in height or twenty-four (24) feet in width;

in each case provided that:

(a)  Tenant shall be solely responsible for the cost of installing such signage
     and the supervision of such installation;

(b)  the installation of such signage signage shall constitute Tenant's Work and
     shall be carried out in compliance with Section 7.03 of this Lease, and all
     laws, statutory requirements and regulations including without limitation,
     the by-laws of the City of Ottawa and all other applicable by-laws and
     regulations;

(c)  Tenant shall be solely responsible for the cost of maintaining such signage
     and shall maintain such signage in good order and condition in manner
     befitting a first-class building, and otherwise in compliance with Article
     7.00 of this Lease;

(d)  The corporate name on such signage shall not be changed from Corel without
     Landlord's prior written consent, acting as would a reasonable and prudent
     landlord, (or any replacement name consented to by Landlord);

(e)  at the expiration or other termination of this Lease, such signage shall be
     removed at Tenant's sole cost and expense and any damage caused by the
     installation, placement or removal of such signage shall be immediately
     repaired and Tenant shall pay the cost of such repairs immediately upon
     demand; it being agreed and understood in this regard that Landlord may,
     in. its sole and absolute discretion, elect to carry out such removal and
     repairs, in which case Tenant shall promptly reimburse Landlord all costs
     reasonably incurred by Landlord in this regard plus ten percent (10%) of
     such costs on account of Landlord's overhead; and

(f)  the Tenant shall indemnify the Landlord and save it harmless from all costs
     and expenses incurred by the Landlord in relation to the installation,
     removal, operation, maintenance and repair of such signage and for any
     damage caused by the removal of same.

Within thirty (30) days after the execution of this Lease by each of the
parties, Tenant shall remove its signage from the north face of the Building in
accordance with subsection 21.08(e), mutatis mutandis. If Tenant fails to
exercise its option to extend the Term for Premises B pursuant to either
Articles 21.05 or 21.06, Tenant shall before the expiration of the Term for
Premises B also remove all of its signage from the exterior of the Building in
accordance with subsection 21.08(e), mutatis mutandis.

Landlord hereby acknowledge and confirms it approves Tenant's exterior signage
on both the east face and west face of the Building as they exist as of the
Commencement Date.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, if at any time during the Term or any extension
thereof:

     (A)  Landlord leases other premises in the Building comprising more than
          seventy thousand (70,000) square feet (measured in accordance with
          Section 3.00 of Schedule B, mutatis mutandis), Tenant shall remove its
          signage from the east face of the Building, or if such signage has
          already been removed pursuant to this subsection 21.08(B), Tenant
          shall remove its remaining signage from the west face of the Building;
          and

     (B)  the Square Feet in the Premises is less than thirty-two thousand
          (32,000) square feet and Landlord leases other premises in the
          Building comprising more than thirty-two thousand (32,000) square feet
          (measured in accordance with Section 3.00 of Schedule B, mutatis
          mutandis), Tenant shall remove its signage from the east face of the
          Building, or if such signage has already been removed pursuant to
          either subsections 21.08(A) or (B), Tenant shall remove its remaining
          signage from the west face of the Building.

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In each such case, Tenant shall remove such signage within thirty (30) days
following notice to Tenant to this effect. Such removal shall be carried out in
accordance with subsection 21.08(e), mutatis mutandis, and Tenant acknowledges
and agrees that following the expiration of such thirty (30) day notice period,
Tenant's right to affix such signage is terminated.

ARTICLE 21.09 INITIAL LETTER OF CREDIT

In order to induce Landlord to enter into this Lease, Tenant has agreed, and
shall, obtain and deliver to Landlord not later than March 31, 2004, an
irrevocable unconditional transferable standby letter of credit issued by a
Schedule I Canadian chartered bank in favour of Landlord in the amount of One
Million Dollars ($l,000,000CDN) (the "INITIAL LETTER OF CREDIT") for a period
expiring December 31, 2004. Such Initial Letter of Credit shall be substantially
in the form attached hereto as Schedule E, and shall be, and shall state that it
is, transferable by Landlord to any assignee of this Lease, or Landlord's
successor in interest, which transfer shall be valid and effective upon notice
thereof to the issuing bank.

Provided Tenant is not in monetary default and further provided Tenant
demonstrates to Landlord by December 21, 2004 that Tenant's rolling 12-month
EBITDA (as defined below) exceeds $3,000,000CDN as of November 30, 2004,
Landlord shall immediately return the Initial Letter of Credit to Tenant
together with an irrevocable direction to the issuing bank surrendering the
Initial Letter of Credit for cancellation.

If, however, by December 21, 2004, Tenant fails to demonstrate to Landlord that
its rolling 12-month EBITDA exceeds $3,000,000CDN as of November 30, 2004,
Tenant shall deliver to Landlord a replacement letter of credit (on the same
terms and conditions) for a further forty-five (45) day period in the amount of
$1,000,000CDN (each of which replacement letters of credit is herein called the
"REPLACEMENT LETTER OF CREDIT") at least seven (7) Business Days prior to the
expiration of the Initial Letter of Credit, failing which Landlord shall have
the right without further notice to Tenant and without prejudice to any and all
of its rights herein (which are hereby reserved) to cash or otherwise call upon
the entire Initial Letter of Credit or Replacement Letter of Credit, as the case
may be, as satisfaction for the failure to deliver the further Replacement
Letter of Credit in the time and in the manner as aforesaid. Thereafter, Tenant
shall deliver to Landlord a Replacement Letter of Credit at least seven (7)
Business Days prior to the expiration of the then expiring Replacement Letter of
Credit unless, prior to the end of each such consecutive one (1) month period,
Tenant is not in monetary default and demonstrates to Landlord that its rolling
12-month EBITDA then exceeds $3,000,000CDN. In no event, however, shall the term
of the Replacement Letter of Credit be required to extend beyond sixty (60) days
following the expiration of the Term, as extended.

For the purposes of this Article 21.09, "EBITDA" means earnings before interest,
taxes, depreciation and amortization as defined by a certain loan and security
agreement dated August 27, 2003, as amended from time to time, between Corel
Inc. and Wells Fargo Foothill, Inc.

For the purposes of the balance of this Article, the Initial Letter of Credit
and Replacement Letter of Credit shall be collectively called the "LETTER OF
CREDIT". The Letter of Credit shall be, and shall state that it is payable to
Landlord upon delivery to the issuing bank of a certificate of Landlord
confirming that it is entitled to draw down on the Letter of Credit pursuant to
the Lease. The obligations of the issuing bank under the Letter of Credit shall
be absolute and unconditional and shall be in no way released, discharged or
reduced and the rights of Landlord under the Letter of Credit shall be in no way
prejudiced or impaired by any neglect, delay or forbearance of Landlord in
demanding, requiring or enforcing performance by Tenant or any other obligated
person of any of its obligations under this Lease or by granting any extensions
of time for performance, or by waiving any performance (except as to the
particular performance which has been waived), or by permitting or consenting to
any Transfer or by the bankruptcy, receivership, insolvency or any other
creditor's proceedings of or against Tenant, or by the winding-up or dissolution
of Tenant, or any other event or occurrence which would have the effect at law
of terminating the existence of obligations of Tenant prior to the expiration of
this Lease or by any agreements or other dealings between Landlord and Tenant
having the effect of amending or altering this Lease or the obligations of
Tenant hereunder or by any want of notice by Landlord to the issuing bank of any
default of Tenant or by any matter, thing, act or omission of Landlord
whatsoever.

Landlord, at its option, may in addition to any and all other rights and
remedies provided for in this Lease or by law, appropriate and draw upon the
Letter of Credit:

(a)  in full in the event of the bankruptcy, insolvency, dissolution, winding-up
     or other liquidation of Tenant;

(b)  if the Rent is overdue and unpaid, so much thereof as is necessary to
     compensate Landlord for loss or damage sustained or suffered by Landlord
     due to such breach on the part of Tenant, and in which case Tenant shall,
     within ten (10) days after demand by Landlord, remit to Landlord a new
     Letter of Credit in an amount sufficient to restore the total amount of the
     Letter of Credit to the original sum deposited; and

(c)  in full if Tenant fails to deliver to Landlord a Replacement Letter of
     Credit as provided above;

it being agreed and understood in this regard that Landlord agrees not to draw
upon the Letter of Credit for a non-Rent default save and except as otherwise
provided in subsections 21.09(a) and (c).

If Tenant pays all of the Rent payable by Tenant to Landlord, the Letter of
Credit shall be returned in full to Tenant without interest within sixty (60)
days following the expiration of the Term, as extended.

ARTICLE 21.10 FURTHER LETTER OF CREDIT

If at any time during the Term of this Lease, Tenant proposes, intends, is
compelled, demanded or otherwise takes any steps to transfer, convey or
otherwise deal in respect of all or part of the corporate shares of Tenant, that
results in a change in the effective voting control of Tenant, or if Tenant
proposes, intends, is compelled, demanded or otherwise

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                                       5


takes any steps to sell, transfer or otherwise convey any or all of Tenant's
WordPerfect or Corel Draw (such product lines being herein jointly and severally
called the "MAJOR PRODUCTS", and each such event being called an "IMPEDING
TRIGGERING TRANSFER"), Tenant shall immediately give notice to Landlord of the
Impending Triggering Transfer and make arrangements satisfactory to Landlord,
acting as would a reasonable and prudent landlord, to ensure the issuance in
favour of Landlord of an irrevocable unconditional transferable standby letter
of credit by a Schedule I Canadian chartered bank coincident with the transfer,
conveyance or sale of such corporate shares of Tenant or an affiliate of Tenant
resulting in a change in the effective voting control of Tenant, or the sale,
transfer or conveyance of any or all of the Major Products (each such event
being herein called a "TRIGGERING TRANSFER").

Coincident with a Triggering Transfer, Tenant shall obtain and deliver to
Landlord an irrevocable unconditional transferable standby letter of credit
issued by a Schedule I Canadian chartered bank in favour of Landlord in an
amount equal to the lesser of:

(a)  $l,000,000CDN; and

(b)  the then outstanding balance of the Original Deferred Rent (as defined
     below) determined in accordance with and by reference to the amortization
     schedule attached as Schedule F hereto and assuming the Rent has been paid
     to and including such date. If Tenant has not paid the Rent to and
     including such date, the then outstanding balance of the Original Deferred
     Rent shall be calculated by reference to the number of monthly installments
     of Annual Rent paid to such date;

(the "FURTHER LETTER OF CREDIT") for a period expiring February 28, 2009, being
two (2) months following the expiry of the initial Term for Premises A. Such
Further Letter of Credit shall be substantially in the form attached hereto as
Schedule G, and shall be, and shall state that it is, transferable by Landlord
to any assignee of this Lease or Landlord's successor in interest, which
transfer shall be valid and effective upon notice thereof to the issuing bank.

For the purposes of this Article 21.10 "ORIGINAL DEFERRED RENT" means Three
Million, Two Hundred and Sixty-Three Thousand, Eight Hundred and Seven Dollars
($3,263,807).

The Further Letter of Credit shall be and state that it shall be automatically
renewed each year during the Term, as extended, unless the issuing bank provides
to Landlord with sixty (60) days prior written notice that it elects not to
consider the Further Letter of Credit renewed, as which time Landlord shall have
the right, without further notice to Tenant, and without prejudice to any and
all of its rights herein (which are hereby reserved) to cash or otherwise call
upon the entire amount of the Further Letter of Credit and apply it in the
manner set out in this Article 21.10.

Provided Tenant is not on the relevant Reduction Date (as hereinafter defined)
in monetary default and is not then bankrupt, dissolved, wound-up or otherwise
liquidated or insolvent, from and after September 1, 2007 the value of the
Further Letter of Credit shall be reduced on the first day of each month during
the term of the Further Letter of Credit (each of which are herein called the
"REDUCTION DATE") by Sixty Thousand Dollars ($60,000CDN).

The Further Letter of Credit shall be, and shall state that it is payable to
Landlord upon delivery to the issuing bank of a certificate of Landlord
confirming that it is entitled to draw down on the Further Letter of Credit
pursuant to the Lease. The obligations of the issuing bank under the Further
Letter of Credit shall be absolute and unconditional and shall be in no way
released, discharged or reduced and the rights of Landlord under the Further
Letter of Credit shall be in no way prejudiced or impaired by any neglect, delay
or forbearance of Landlord in demanding, requiring or enforcing performance by
Tenant or any other obligated person of any of its obligations under this Lease
or by granting any extensions of time for performance, or by waiving any
performance (except as to the particular performance which has been waived), or
by permitting or consenting to any Transfer or by the bankruptcy, receivership,
insolvency or any other creditor's proceedings of or against Tenant, or by the
winding-up or dissolution of Tenant, or any other event or occurrence which
would have the effect at law of terminating the existence of obligations of
Tenant prior to the expiration of this Lease or by any agreements or other
dealings between Landlord and Tenant having the effect of amending or altering
this Lease or the obligations of Tenant hereunder or by any want of notice by
Landlord to the issuing bank of any default of Tenant or by any matter, thing,
act or omission of Landlord whatsoever.

Landlord, at its option, may, in addition to any and all other rights and
remedies provided for in this Lease or by law, appropriate and draw upon the
Further Letter of Credit:

(a)  in full in the event of the bankruptcy, insolvency, dissolution, winding-up
     or other liquidation of Tenant; and

(b)  if the Rent is overdue and unpaid, so much thereof as is necessary to
     compensate Landlord for loss or damage sustained or suffered by Landlord
     due to such breach on the part of Tenant, and in which case Tenant shall,
     within ten (10) days after demand by Landlord, remit to Landlord a new
     Further Letter of Credit in an amount sufficient to restore the total
     amount of the Further Letter of Credit to the original sum deposited as
     reduced on the Reduction Dates, if any, as provided above;

it being agreed and understood in this regard that Landlord agrees not to draw
upon the Further Letter of Credit for a non-Rent default save and except as
otherwise provided in subsection 21.10(a).

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                                   SCHEDULE E

                        FORM OF LETTER OF CREDIT FOR THE
                            INITIAL LETTER OF CREDIT

                      IRREVOCABLE STANDBY LETTER OF CREDIT

DATE:     MARCH _, 2004

AMOUNT:   $1,000,000 CAD

CUSTOMER: Corel Corporation

TO:       CHURCHILL OFFICE PARK LTD. (THE "LANDLORD")

We, Royal Bank of Canada, hereby issue in your favour our Irrevocable Standby
Letter of Credit for the above-mentioned amount.

This Standby Letter of Credit is available for payment up to the amount of
$1,000,000 which may be drawn on by you at any time and from time to time upon
written demand for payment made upon us by you, which demand we shall honour
without enquiring whether you have a right as between yourself and our Customer
to make such demand and without recognizing any claim of our Customer.

Provided, however, that you are to deliver to us at such time as a written
demand for payment is made upon us a certificate purported to be signed by an
appropriate officer of the Landlord confirming that pursuant to the terms of the
lease dated as of _________ between the Customer, as tenant and the Landlord
(the "Lease"), the Landlord is entitled to draw down on this Letter of Credit.

The original Standby Letter of Credit (together with any amendments thereto)
must accompany the demand for endorsement of any payment thereon.

Partial drawings are permitted. The amount of this Letter of Credit shall be
reduced from time to time as advised by notice in writing given to this branch
from time to time by you.

This Letter of Credit shall expire with the close of business on December 31,
2004.

This Standby Letter of Credit is, transferable by the Landlord to any assignee
of the Lease, or any purchaser of the property, from the Landlord, which
transfer shall be valid and effective upon notice thereof to the issuer of the
letter of credit.

The rights of the Landlord hereunder in respect of the letter of credit shall
continue in full force and effect and shall not be waived, released, discharged,
impaired or affected by reason of the release or discharge of the Tenant in any
receivership, bankruptcy, insolvency, winding up or other creditor's
proceedings, including, without limitation, any proceedings under the Bankruptcy
and Insolvency Act (Canada) or the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act
(Canada), or the surrender, disclaimer, repudiation or termination of this Lease
and any such proceedings and shall continue with respect to the periods prior
thereto and thereafter as if the Lease had not been surrendered, disclaimed,
repudiated or terminated.

This Standby Letter of Credit is subject to the "Uniform Customs and Practice
for Documentary Credits (1993 Revision) International Chamber of Commerce,
(Publication 500)" and engages us in accordance with the terms thereof.


                                        Per:                                 c/s
                                             --------------------------------

                                        I have the authority to bind the
                                        Corporation.

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                                   SCHEDULE F

                          AMORTIZATION SCHEDULE FOR THE
                             ORIGINAL DEFFERED RENT


COREL CORPORATION
Amortization Schedule for Deferred Rent:
Periods (mths) 60
Original Amount $3,263,807.00



                     UN-AMORTIZED
PERIOD     DATE        BALANCE
------   --------   -------------
              
   1     1-Jan-04   $3,195,033.86
   2     1-Feb_04   $3,152,885.99
   3     1-Mar-04   $3,110,386.90
   4     1-Apr-04   $3,067,533.65
   5     1-May-04   $3,024,323.28
   6     1-Jun-04   $2,980,752.84
   7     1-Jul-04   $2,936,819.30
   8     1-Aug-04   $2,892,519.65
   9     1-Sep-04   $2,847,850.84
  10     1-Oct-04   $2,802,809.78
  11     1-Nov-04   $2,757,393.39
  12     1-Dec-04   $2,711,598.52
  13     1-Jan-05   $2,665,422.03
  14     1-Feb_05   $2,618,860.74
  15     1-Mar-05   $2,571,911.43
  16     1-Apr-05   $2,524,670.89
  17     1-May-05   $2,476,835.83
  18     1-Jun-05   $2,428,702.99
  19     1-Jul-05   $2,380,169.04
  20     1-Aug-05   $2,331,230.63
  21     1-Sep-05   $2,281,884.41
  22     1-Oct-05   $2,232,126.97
  23     1-Nov-05   $2,181,954.89
  24     1-Dec-05   $2,131,364.70
  25     1-Jan-06   $2,080,352.93
  26     1-Feb_06   $2,028,916.06
  27     1-Mar-06   $1,977,050.55
  28     1-Apr-06   $1,924,752.83
  29     1-May-06   $1,872,019.29
  30     1-Jun-06   $1,818,846.31
  31     1-Jul-06   $1,765,230.22
  32     1-Aug-06   $1,711,167.32
  33     1-Sep-06   $1,656,653.91
  34     1-Oct-06   $1,601,685.21
  35     1-Nov-06   $1,546,260.45
  36     1-Dec-06   $1,490,372.81
  37     1-Jan-07   $1,434,019.44
  38     1-Feb_07   $1,377,196.46
  39     1-Mar-07   $1,319,899.96
  40     1-Apr-07   $1,262,125.98
  41     1-May-07   $1,203,870.55
  42     1-Jun-07   $1,145,129.66
  43     1-Jul-07   $1,085,899.27
  44     1-Aug-07   $1,026,175.28
  45     1-Sep-07   $  965,953.60
  46     1-Oct-07   $  905,230.07
  47     1-Nov-07   $  844,000.51
  48     1-Dec-07   $  782,260.70
  49     1-Jan-08   $  720,006.40
  50     1-Feb_08   $  657,233.31
  51     1-Mar-08   $  593,937.11
  52     1-Apr-08   $  530,113.44
  53     1-May-08   $  465,757.91
  54     1-Jun-08   $  400,866.08
  55     1-Jul-08   $  335,433.49
  56     1-Aug-08   $  269,455.62
  57     1-Sep-08   $  202,927.94
  58     1-Oct-08   $  135,845.87
  59     1-Nov-08   $   68,204.77
  60     1-Dec-08   $        0.00


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                                   SCHEDULE G

                        FORM OF LETTER OF CREDIT FOR THE
                            FURTHER LETTER OF CREDIT

                      IRREVOCABLE STANDBY LETTER OF CREDIT

DATE: _________

AMOUNT: $__________

CUSTOMER: COREL CORPORATION

TO: (THE "BENEFICIARY")

We, ___________________________________, hereby issue in your favour our
Irrevocable Standby Letter of Credit for the above-mentioned amount.

This Standby Letter of Credit is available for payment up to the amount of
$_________________ which may be drawn on by you at any time and from time to
time upon written demand for payment made upon us by you, which demand we shall
honour without enquiring whether you have a right as between yourself and our
Customer to make such demand and without recognizing any claim of our Customer.

Provided, however, that you are to deliver to us at such time as a written
demand for payment is made upon us a certificate purported to be signed by an
appropriate officer of the Beneficiary confirming that pursuant to the terms of
a certain lease dated December 9, 2003 between the Beneficiary and the Customer
for premises at 1600 Carling Avenue in the City of Ottawa, Ontario (the
"Lease"), the Beneficiary is entitled to draw down on this Letter of Credit.

The original Standby Letter of Credit (together with any amendments thereto)
must accompany the demand for endorsement of any payment thereon.

Partial drawings are permitted.

From and after September 8, 2007 the amount of this Letter of Credit shall be
reduced $60,000CDN on the eighth day of each month commencing September 8, 2007.

This Letter of Credit shall expire with the close of business
on _____________________, provided that it is a condition of this Letter of
Credit that it shall be deemed to be automatically extended annually without
amendment for additional periods of one (1) year from the present or any future
expiration date hereof until February 28, 2009, unless sixty (60) days prior to
such date we notify you in writing by registered mail that we elect not to
consider this Letter of Credit renewed for any such additional period. Upon
receipt by you of such notice, you may draw by means of your demand accompanied
by your written certification that the amount drawn down will be retained and
used by you to meet the obligations incurred or to be incurred in connection
with the Lease.

This Standby Letter of Credit is transferable by the Landlord to any assignee of
the Lease, or any purchaser of the property, from the Landlord, which transfer
shall be valid and effective upon notice thereof to the issuer of the letter of
credit.

The rights of the Landlord hereunder in respect of the letter of credit shall
continue in full force and effect and shall not be waived, released, discharged,
impaired or affected by reason of the release or discharge of the Tenant in any
receivership, bankruptcy, insolvency, winding up or other creditor's
proceedings, including, without limitation, any proceedings under the Bankruptcy
and Insolvency Act (Canada) or the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act
(Canada), or the surrender, disclaimer, repudiation or termination of this Lease
and any such proceedings and shall continue with respect to the periods prior
thereto and thereafter as if the Lease had not been surrendered, disclaimed,
repudiated or terminated.

This Standby Letter of Credit is subject to the "Uniform Customs and Practice
for Documentary Credits (1993 Revision) International Chamber of Commerce,
(Publication 500)" and engages us in accordance with the terms thereof.


                                        Per:                                 c/s
                                             -----------------------------------
                                        Name:
                                              ----------------------------------
                                        Title:
                                               ---------------------------------


                                        Per:
                                             -----------------------------------
                                        Name:
                                              ----------------------------------
                                        Title:
                                               ---------------------------------

                                        I/We have the authority to
                                        bind the Corporation.

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                                   SCHEDULE H

                 PRIOR IMPROVEMENTS TENANT IS REQUIRED TO REMOVE

For the purposes of subsection 2.0 l(c) of this Lease, Prior Improvements shall
mean:

1.   all interior partitions;

2.   all labs and kitchenettes, including without limitation all plumbing and
     cabinetry;

3.   all carpeting and vinyl flooring;

4.   all data and communication cabling back to the source;

5.   all electrical wiring back to the electrical panel; and

6.   all plumbing.

Tenant shall not remove any of the washrooms or the fixtures and plumbing
therein.

Source: OneCLE Business Contracts.