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                                    MESSAGE TO OUR SHAREHOLDERS


         Message to our Shareholders
         Results for the second quarter of 2006 were below expectations despite record revenues. Total
         revenue increased 12.3% to $29 million supported by 22 new stores opened since June 2005 and
         same store revenue growth of 4.1%. easyhome has now recorded 19 consecutive quarters of same
         store revenue growth. The Company reported $3 million in pre-tax income, compared to a loss of
         $155,000 in the second quarter of 2005. Net income for the quarter increased to $1.8 million from
         a loss of $96,000 in the comparable period last year. Diluted earnings per share were $0.17 from the
         quarter compared to <$0.01>.

         When adjusted for the class action provision of $3.6 million recorded in the second quarter 2005,
         pre-tax income declined $440,000, net income reduced $323,000 and fully diluted earnings per
         share declined $0.04.

         Factors Driving Performance
         1. Revenue Growth
         The 12.3% total revenue growth is primarily a result of the increase in new customers. At June 30,
         2006, total active customers were 57,938 compared with 51,598 at the end of the second quarter of
         2005. This contributed to 90% of the favourable impact on revenue growth. The average customer
         payment collected in the quarter was $391.65 compared to $391.67 in 2005, which had an immaterial
         impact. As a result of the above-noted improvements, our portfolio at the end of June 2006 had a
         potential monthly lease revenue of $8.5 million compared with $7.4 million at the end of June 2005.

         Growth was impacted by several key factors, which reduced our same store comparisons to their
         lowest level since the second quarter of 2003. Firstly, Easter occurred 3 weeks later in 2006, resulting
         in a loss of trading days which reduced revenue by approximately 2% for the comparable period.
         Secondly, deliveries softened to a growth rate of 4% compared to 11% reported in the first quarter.
         We believe that this is primarily a timing issue due to the absence of TV advertising in the spring (we
         were on air in 2005), and the changing in the electronics mix which is still experiencing reductions in
         low ticket products and anticipating demand for flat panel technology. Lastly, we were a little heavy
         on the promotional activity which resulted in higher discounts to attract new customers.

         2. Revenue Expansion
         We remain confident in the 2004-2007 strategic plan which contemplates annual double-digit
         revenue growth through a combination of new store openings and continued same store improvement.
         In the last 12 months, we opened 22 stores which had combined revenues of $1.5 million in the
         second quarter. Our analysis of the 49 stores opened since November 2003 show many positive
         trends. By month twelve, 27 stores are achieving the same monthly revenue as an average mature
         store did in 2000.




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                     MESSAGE TO OUR SHAREHOLDERS                            (continued)




We now have 9 stores opened for more than twenty-four months which, as a group, are averaging
$10,000 more revenue per month per store than a mature store. To date, 9 new stores have opened
in 2006 and 1 store has closed. We now expect the net result of the development program for 2006 to
be 29 new stores, 12 relocations, 26 remodels. In addition, we will have added 1 Leon’s kiosk, and
3 easyfinancial services kiosks by year end.

3. Profit Flow
We were unable to leverage the P&L due mainly to revenues not increasing at the level we had
anticipated. Most of our cost base is fixed and has risen in the last twelve months due to the addition
of 22 stores. Due to the time it takes to ramp-up the portfolio, a new store doesn’t usually begin to
contribute to earnings until month six to seven. We, therefore, had 9 stores opened in 2006 and 7
stores opened in the fourth quarter of 2005 that were generating the majority of the $400,000 loss
for stores open less than twelve months in the second quarter. As evidenced over the last 3 years,
this is a timing difference. It is therefore, appropriate to absorb the drag on earnings that a new store
investment creates to deliver long-term superior results. The second area, which management is
addressing, is the higher SGA expenses that are either related to professional fees incurred subsequent
to the class action settlement or investments in recruitment/training tools. We are confident that the
majority of this expense is behind us.

4. Financial Services
This new business unit has been in test at one location since January 2006. As previously
communicated, we are keen to test the commercial viability of this new enterprise, as we believe it
appeals to our customer demographic and fits into a sector that has changed dramatically over the past
few years. In fact, between 2001 and 2003, more than 700 bank and credit union branches closed in
low-income neighbourhoods across Canada. By no coincidence that statistic roughly corresponds to
the number of payday loan institutions opened during the same period. Today, there are over 1,350
payday lenders in Canada, part of a $2 billion a year industry. At the other end of the spectrum are
traditional banking and credit union institutions. While the interest rates and fees are far less than
the payday lenders, many customers simply do not qualify due to poor or no established credit. In
the past, the gap was filled by companies such as AVCO, Household Finance and G.E. Capital.
With consolidation in the sector, CTI-Financial and Wells Fargo, with approximately 300 and 177
stores respectively, have emerged as the leaders. Our objective is to broaden our services in a way that
leverages our strengths and provides services our customers want. We will offer personal loans from
$1,000-$5,000 and other financial services to consumers who may not qualify at standard banking
institutions, and at a cost considerably less than payday lenders.

While it is very early in the test, we are pleased with the first six months, and are opening additional
kiosks in Edmonton and Mississauga in the month of August. A clear strategy that contemplates
timing and size of rollout will be reviewed at the end of 2006.



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                      MESSAGE TO OUR SHAREHOLDERS                                (continued)




Looking Forward
As reported previously, our business has undergone significant change as we adjust our practices to
align with our class action settlement. During August, we will implement the final elements that
complete our transition from the industry practiced term ‘rent’ to ‘lease’. To maximize this move, we
have revisited our sales and marketing strategy to better align our messaging with our core offering.
New window, in-store and promotional material will be supported by completely new TV creative that
will air at the beginning of October continuing through our key trading period. When assessing our
decision to not air TV in the spring of 2006 (we did in 2005), our call centre and website statistics
highlight significant reductions in volume and sales leads and we, therefore, see positive value and
impact in this medium. Using the intelligence gained from our previous TV campaigns, we are
confident that this, combined with fresh new creative, will support our ability to deliver strong results.

Product portfolio growth since June 2005 has been led by computer +26%; furniture +23%;
appliances +13%; and electronics +4%. We believe the continuing commoditization of small ticket
items has been responsible for the weaker performance, evidenced in electronics. For the balance of
year, our forecast has flat panel TVs playing a key role in the performance of the electronics category.
Encouraging gains achieved in recent months, along with continued cost reductions, give us the
confidence that the timing is right to aggressively promote and grow this category. Primary focus will
be on 32” LCD, 42” plasma and larger DLP technology. Computers continue to provide solid growth
with laptop models delivering the highest growth in this category and our back-to-school offering will
support this trend. Additional product promotional activity will focus on established seasonal winners
with proven track records of delivering growth!

In conclusion, while earnings were lower than expected, we are encouraged by the developments
and opportunities outlined in this message. The Company remains confident that its previously
announced anticipated revenue growth for 2006 will be in the range of 15-20%.

As always, I remain extremely grateful to all the stakeholders in the easyhome organization and look
forward to continued growth.




                                           David Ingram,
                                           President & Chief Executive Officer
                                           August 2006
              M A N AGEMENT ’S DISCUSSION A N D A N A LYSIS
        OF FINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPER ATIONS


The following discussion and analysis of operations and financial condition should be read in
conjunction with the Company’s December 31, 2005 audited consolidated financial statements and the
notes relating thereto, as well as Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and
Results of Operations contained in the Company’s December 31, 2005 Annual Report and the Report to
Shareholders contained in the Company’s Second Quarter Report.


This management discussion and analysis refers to certain financial measures that are not determined
in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (“GAAP”) in Canada. These measures do
not have standardized meanings and may not be comparable to similar measures presented by other
companies. Although measures such as same-store revenue growth and operating income do not have
standardized meanings prescribed by GAAP, these measures are defined herein or can be determined
by reference to our financial statements. We discuss these measures because we believe that they
facilitate the understanding of the results of our operations and financial position.


Date


August 9, 2006


Overall Performance


For the six months ended June 30, 2006, total revenue increased $7.7 million from $49.8 million to $57.5 million,
or 15.5%. Stores open for less than 12 months accounted for $4.8 million, or 63.8% of the revenue increase. For the
first six months of 2006, the monthly lease revenue portfolio increased $266,418 compared with 2005’s increase of
$275,798. For the six months ended June 30, 2006, an increased customer base accounted for the majority of the
lease revenue increase as the average transaction value per customer for the six months increased from $769 to $773.


During the six months, the Company merged the operations of one store with one other store location (2005 - 2 stores)
and opened 9 stores (2005 – 10 stores) for a store count of 173 as at June 30, 2006 (2005 – 152 stores). Twenty
stores are scheduled to open during the balance of the year. In addition the Company operates 5 kiosks (2005-1) in
Leon’s furniture stores, one store under a licensing agreement (2005-nil) and one financial services center (2005-nil),
which operates within one of our stores in Edmonton. The Company is anticipating that it will open two additional
financial services kiosks during the balance of 2006. As a result the Company operates 178 locations (2005- 153)
throughout Canada. The costs associated with the new store openings will be financed primarily through internally
generated cash flow.


Operating income (income before interest and income taxes) for the six months ended June 30, 2006 increased to $6.9
million compared with operating income of $2.6 million during the same period last year. Net income increased from
$1.6 million in 2005 to $4.2 million in 2006 and diluted earnings per share increased from $0.15 to $0.40.


During the second quarter of 2005 the Company settled a class action lawsuit and recorded a pre-tax provision of $3.6
million to cover the estimated costs of the settlement, including legal fees awarded under the settlement.




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                    M A N AGEMENT ’S DISCUSSION A N D A N A LYSIS
            OF FINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPER ATIONS                                                       (continued)



         Excluding the impact of settlement provision recorded in 2005, operating income increased $0.7 million or 10.8%
         over last year. Net income, excluding the impact of the settlement provision on 2005’s earnings of $3.8 million,
         increased $0.4 million or 8.9% over the prior period. Diluted earnings per share also excluding the impact of the 2005
         settlement provision increased $0.03 compared with last year’s diluted earnings per share of $0.37.


         For the six months ended June 30, 2006, same store revenue growth (revenue from stores open for the entirety of the
         comparable periods) was 5.8%, building on the 8.9% growth rate for the first six months of 2005.


         For the second quarter, revenue increased to, $29.0 million an increase of $3.2 million, or 12.3%, from a year ago.
         Same store revenue growth (revenue from stores open for the entirety of the comparable periods) was 4.1% for the
         quarter, building on the 11.9% increase in the comparable period last year. An increased customer base accounted for
         all of the growth in the lease agreement portfolio.


         Same store revenue growth was lower than the comparable period in 2005 for three reasons. First, the second quarter
         of 2006 had two fewer Fridays and Saturdays (which tend to be busier trading days) than the comparable period
         in 2005. Second, marketing efforts in 2005 were supported by television advertising while there was no television
         advertising in 2006. Third, promotional activity in the quarter resulted in higher pricing discounts to attract new
         customers.


         Operating income for the second quarter of 2006 was $3.0 million compared to an operating loss of $0.1 million
         during the same quarter last year. Net income increased from a loss of $0.1 million in 2005 to $1.8 million in 2006 and
         diluted earnings per share increased from a loss of $.01 to $0.17. Excluding the impact of the settlement provision of
         $3.6 million, which occurred in 2005, operating income for the second quarter of 2006 decreased $0.4 million over last
         year, or 12.7%. Adjusting 2005’s net income for the settlement provision, net income in 2006 decreased $0.3 million
         from last year’s adjusted net income of $2.1 million, or 15.1%. Diluted earnings per share decreased $.04 compared
         with last year’s diluted earnings per share (adjusted for the settlement provision) of $0.21.


         Operating income for the second quarter was 10.4% of revenue compared with 13.4% last year (after adjusting second
         quarter results of 2005 for the impact of the settlement provision). Operating income did not increase proportionately
         to the increase in revenue because (i) 22 stores open for less than 12 months in 2006 incurred losses of $0.4 million,
         versus 19 stores open for less than 12 months in 2005 incurred operating losses of $0.2 million, (ii) an increase in lease
         asset amortization and (iii) increased training costs, professional fees and stock compensation costs.


         For the six months ended June 30, 2006, cash flow from operating activities was $0.5 million, compared with $1.0
         million last year, a decrease of $0.5 million. The primary reasons for the decrease were increased lease asset purchases
         offset in part by items not affecting cash.


         During the six months ended June 30, 2006, the Company spent $2.1 million on capital asset additions compared with
         $1.1 million in 2005. The majority of the capital asset additions in 2006 related to a combination new store and store
         re-location fixturing costs as well as leasehold improvements and other capital asset additions associated with the
         Company’s new office in Mississauga.




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          M A N AGEMENT ’S DISCUSSION A N D A N A LYSIS
  OF FINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPER ATIONS                                                       (continued)



During the first six months of 2006, $0.5 million was received on the exercise of stock options for common shares of
the Company (2005 - $1.2 million) and $1.0 million in common share dividends were paid (2005 - $0.6 million).


For the three months ended June 30, 2006, cash flow from operating activities was, $3.5 million, an increase of $2.2
million from the comparable quarter last year. The increase from the comparable quarter last year was primarily as a
result of the growth in net income and items not effecting cash offset in part by increased purchases of leased assets.


During the three months ended June 30, 2006, the Company spent $1.3 million on capital asset additions compared
with $0.7 million in 2005. The majority of the capital asset additions in the second quarter of 2006 related to a
combination of new store and store relocation fixturing costs as well as costs associated with the Company’s new
office in Mississauga.


During the second quarter, $0.1 million was received on the exercise of stock options for common shares of the
Company (2005 - $0.1 million) and $0.6 million in common share dividends were paid (2005 - $0.4 million).


The Toronto Stock Exchange (“TSX”) has accepted a notice of intention filed by the Company to make a normal
course issuer bid (“NCIB”). During the period commencing March 22, 2006, and ending March 21, 2007, the
Company may purchase on the TSX a maximum of 695,000 common shares, being approximately 6.8% of the public
float as of March 31, 2006. The Company will not purchase in any given 30 day period, in the aggregate more than
2% of the common shares outstanding on March 15, 2006. The price for any such shares will be the prevailing market
price at the time of purchase and all shares purchased will be cancelled. The actual number of shares and the timing
of any purchases will be determined by the Board of Directors of the Company.


During the period January 1, 2006 to June 30, 2006, the Company did not purchase any shares for cancellation.


Outlook


The Company’s outlook remains as described in its December 31, 2005 Management’s Discussion and Analysis of
Financial Condition and Results of Operations (“MD&A”) included in the Company’s December 31, 2005 Annual
Report.


Business Risks


The Company’s business risks are substantially the same as those disclosed in its 2005 annual MD&A and its Annual
Information Form. These documents are available on the System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval
(“Sedar”) web site at www.sedar.com.


Results of Operations for the Six Months Ended June 30, 2006 Compared to the Six Months Ended
June 30, 2005


Revenue


Revenue for the six months ended June 30, 2006 was $57.5 million, an increase of 15.5% or $7.7 million over the
comparable six-month period in 2005. Stores open for less than 12 months accounted for $4.9 million, or 64.9% of
this increase.
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                    M A N AGEMENT ’S DISCUSSION A N D A N A LYSIS
            OF FINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPER ATIONS                                                      (continued)



         Lease Revenue


         Lease revenue was $47.6 million for the six months ended June 30, 2006 compared with $41.7 million in 2005,
         an increase of $5.9 million, or 14.3%. This increase is primarily attributable to a growth in the average number of
         customers from 50,323 in 2005 to 57,298 in 2006.


         Other Revenue


         Other revenue, which is realized from fees for ancillary services such as the merchandise protection plan, supplier
         incentives (excluding vendor volume rebates) and other fees was $9.9 million for the six months ended June 30,
         2006 compared with $8.1 million in 2005, an increase of $1.8 million, or 21.7%. As a percentage of lease revenue,
         other revenue increased to 20.8% for 2006 from 19.5% for 2005. The increase was attributable to (i) increased
         participation in the merchandise protection plan (ii) an increased charge for processing lease agreements and (iii)
         increased supplier incentives due to the increased volume of lease asset purchases.


         Expenses


         Operating expenses increased to $32.4 million for the six months ended June 30, 2006 compared with $28.0 million
         for the comparable period in 2005, an increase of $4.4 million, or 15.6%. This increase is attributable to the growth
         of the business as many costs are variable with revenue and these costs, as a percentage of revenue, remained
         consistent from period to period. Certain costs not variable with revenue did increase such as lease and fleet lease
         costs due to the store count being 22 stores greater at June 30, 2006 compared with June 30, 2005. As a percentage
         of total revenue, operating expenses remained unchanged at 56.2%.


         Salaries and Benefits


         Salaries and benefits were $16.7 million for the six months ended June 30, 2006 compared with $14.3 million in
         2005, an increase of $2.4 million, or 17.4%. Greater staff levels due to an increased number of stores and the impact
         of annual merit pay increases, accounted for the increase. As a percentage of revenue, salaries and benefits increased
         to 29.1% in 2006 from 28.6% in 2005.


         Selling, General and Administrative


         Selling, general and administrative expenses were $5.8 million in 2006 compared with $5.5 million in 2005, an
         increase of $0.3 million or 6.0%. The primary reason for the increase in selling, general and administrative costs was
         the higher than anticipated professional fees and training costs. As a percentage of revenue, selling, general and
         administrative expenses dropped from 11.0% of revenue in 2005 to 10.1% of revenue.


         Occupancy Costs


         Occupancy costs were $7.3 million for the six months ended June 30, 2006 compared with $6.2 million in 2005, an
         increase of $1.1 million, or 18.5%. Lease, telephone and utilities expense accounted for the total increase as the store
         count increased by 22. As a percentage of revenue, occupancy costs increased from 12.4 % of revenue in 2005 to
         12.7 % in 2006.

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          M A N AGEMENT ’S DISCUSSION A N D A N A LYSIS
  OF FINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPER ATIONS                                                        (continued)



Automotive and Travel


Automotive and travel expenses were $2.5 million in 2006 compared with $2.1 million in 2005, an increase of $0.4
million or 21.0 %. This increase is attributable to higher fleet lease costs because of the greater number of delivery
vehicles in the fleet and higher operating costs because of the increase in the volume of business and rising fuel
costs. As a percentage of revenue, automotive and travel costs increased from 4.1 % of revenue in 2005 to 4.3%
in 2006.


Amortization


Amortization of leased assets for the six months ended June 30, 2006 increased to $17.3 million from $14.8 million
for the comparable period in 2006, and amounted to 30.1% of revenue for 2006 compared to 29.8% for 2005.
The reasons for the increase in the ratio was a reduction in gross margins because of certain marketing programs
utilized at the end of the first quarter of 2006 to increase new agreement volumes as well a 26% growth in the
computing asset category which has a 24 month straight line amortization.


Amortization of capital assets and intangible assets for the first six months of 2006 was $1.0 million an increase of
$0.2 million or 22.6% from 2005 and was primarily attributable to new capital additions at the store level.


Class action settlement costs


On June 16, 2005, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice certified a class action (which was commenced against the
Company in April, 2004), as a class proceeding under the Class Proceedings Act, and, at the same time, granted
approval of a settlement that had been agreed to between the Company and the representative plaintiff on behalf
of the Class. Accordingly, the Company accrued a provision of $3.6 million for the estimated costs of the class
action settlement, including legal fees awarded under the settlement.


Operating Income


Operating income for the first six months was $6.9 million versus $2.6 million in 2005, an increase of $4.3 million.
Adjusting for the impact of the 2005 settlement and provision, operating income increased $0.7 million or 10.8%.


Interest Expense


Interest expense for the first six months of 2006 was substantially unchanged from 2005.


Income Tax Expense


The Company’s effective income tax rate for the six months ended June 30, 2006 was 39% (2005 - 38%). The
increase in the effective rate is primarily due increases in stock compensation costs which are not deductible for
tax purposes.




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                    M A N AGEMENT ’S DISCUSSION A N D A N A LYSIS
            OF FINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPER ATIONS                                                       (continued)



         Critical Accounting Measures


         Management’s discussion and analysis of financial condition and results of operations is made with reference to the
         December 31, 2005 audited consolidated financial statements. The preparation of these financial statements requires
         estimates and judgments that affect the reported amounts of assets, liabilities, revenues and expenses, and related
         disclosure of contingent assets and liabilities.


         The Company believes the following are the most critical accounting estimates that affect its operating results and
         that would have the most material effect on the financial statements should these policies change or be applied in a
         different manner.


         Lease Revenue


         Merchandise is leased to customers pursuant to agreements that provide for weekly or monthly lease payments
         collected in advance. Revenue from lease agreements is recognized when payment is received and the lease period
         has passed.


         Lease Assets


         Lease assets are recorded at cost, including freight. Vendor volume rebates are recorded as a reduction of the cost of
         lease assets.


         Assets on lease, excluding game stations, computers and related equipment and assets that were previously held
         for lease that had not been out on lease for at least 90 consecutive days, are amortized in the proportion of lease
         payments received to total expected lease amounts provided over the lease agreement term. Game stations are
         amortized on a straight-line basis over 18 months. Computers and related equipment are amortized on a straight-line
         basis over 24 months. Held for lease assets are not amortized where such assets have not been out on lease for less
         than 90 consecutive days. Once held for lease assets have not been out on lease for at least 90 consecutive days,
         such assets are amortized on a straight-line basis over 18 months regardless of future lease.


         In the event management determines that the future net cash flows to be derived from leasing the assets is less than
         the carrying value of the assets, the assets are written down to estimated net realizable value. The determination
         of future net cash flows involves considerable judgment and measurement uncertainty and the impact on the
         consolidated financial statements for future periods could be material. The amortization period for game stations and
         computers and related equipment is based on their estimated useful service lives. Estimates of useful lives involve
         considerable judgment, and a shortening of the estimated life of these assets would result in higher amortization
         expense in future periods.


         Capital assets


         Capital assets are recorded at cost, including freight and are amortized over their estimated useful lives. Capital
         assets are tested for recoverability whenever events or changes in circumstances indicate that their carrying amount
         may not be recoverable. An impairment loss is then recognized when the carrying amount exceeds their fair value.



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          M A N AGEMENT ’S DISCUSSION A N D A N A LYSIS
  OF FINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPER ATIONS                                                        (continued)



The determination of fair value involves considerable management judgment and assumptions and any significant
changes in assumptions could result in the impairment of capital assets.


Factors that could trigger an impairment review include significant negative industry trends, significant under-
performance relative to historical or projected future operating results and significant changes in the use of the assets.


Goodwill


The carrying value of goodwill is reviewed annually to ensure that the value reflected is not impaired. An impairment
loss would be recognized if the carrying amount of the goodwill exceeds its estimated fair value. Fair value may be
determined using alternative methods for market valuation including discounted cash flows and net realizable values.
In estimating fair value, the Company chose a valuation method and made assumptions and estimates in a number
of areas, including future cash flows and discount rates. Due to the long-term nature of assumptions made, it is
possible that estimates could prove to be materially incorrect, and accordingly the impact on the consolidated financial
statements for future periods could be material.


Liquidity and Capital Resources


Six months ended June 30, 2006 compared to the six months ended June 30, 2005


Cash flow from operating activities for the first six months of 2006 was $0.5 million compared to $1.0 million in 2005,
a decrease of $0.5 million. Leased asset purchases increased $3.9 million and other non-cash operating items utilized
$0.8 million more cash in 2006 than in the comparable period in 2005. These items were partially offset by net income
and items not affecting cash being $2.6 million and $1.6 million higher respectively in 2006 than 2005. Purchases
of lease assets increased to support the growth in revenue and the increase in net income was a result of the 2005
settlement provision of $3.6 million.


Cash used in investing activities was $2.1 million in 2006 and $0.9 million in 2005. In 2006, the cash was used
primarily for investment in new stores (some of which will not be opened until the second half of the year), and the
Company’s office in Mississauga, and in 2005, was exclusively for new stores.


Cash provided by financing activities was $1.5 million in 2006 and while $0.1 million was used for financing activities
in 2005. The primary reason for the increase in cash provided by financing activities was the advance of bank loans
in 2006 of $2.0 million versus a repayment of loans of $0.6 million in 2005. This increase was offset in part by $0.7
million lower proceeds on the exercise of stock options and $0.4 million more in dividend payments.


Results of Operations for the Three Months Ended June 30, 2006 Compared to the Three Months Ended
June 30, 2005




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            OF FINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPER ATIONS                                                           (continued)



         Revenue


         Revenue for the three months ended June 30, 2006 was $29.0 million, an increase of 12.3% or $3.2 million over
         the comparable three-month period in 2005. Stores open for less than 12 months accounted for $2.1 million of this
         increase, or 68.3%. Revenues in the quarter were impacted by softer delivers. The delivers were down as a result
         of (i) an absence of television advertising in 2006, (ii) price discounts in the quarter, and (iii) the change in the
         electronics mix which has experienced reductions in low ticket products but has not yet experienced a significant
         demand for flat panel technology.


         Lease Revenue


         Lease revenue was $24.0 million for the three months ended June 30, 2006 compared with $21.6 million in 2005,
         an increase of $2.4 million, or 11.1%. This increase is primarily attributable to a growth in the average number of
         customers from 51,043 in the second quarter of 2005 to 57,486 in 2006.


         Other Revenue


         Other revenue, which is realized from fees for ancillary services such as the merchandise protection plan, supplier
         incentives (excluding vendor volume rebates) and processing, reinstatement and other fees was $5.0 million for the
         three months ended June 30, 2006 compared with $4.2 million in 2005, an increase of $0.8 million, or 18.6%. As
         a percentage of lease revenue, other revenue increased to 20.8% for 2006 from 19.5% for 2005. The increase was
         attributable to (i) increased participation in the merchandise protection plan, (ii) increased supplier incentives due to
         the increased volume of lease asset purchases, and (iii) the increased charge for processing lease agreements.


         Expenses


         Operating expenses increased to $16.6 million for the three months ended June 30, 2006 compared with $14.3 for
         the comparable period in 2005, an increase of $2.3 million, or 16.0%. This increase is attributable to the growth
         of the business as many costs are variable with revenue and these costs, as a percentage of revenue, remained
         consistent from period to period. Certain costs not variable with revenue did increase such as lease and fleet lease
         costs due to the store count being 22 stores greater at June 30, 2006 compared with June 30, 2005. As a percentage
         of total revenue, operating expenses increased to 57.3% of revenue in 2006 from 55.5% in 2005.


         Salaries and Benefits


         Salaries and benefits were $8.5 million for the three months ended June 30, 2006 compared with $7.1 million in
         2005, an increase of $1.4 million, or 18.7%. Greater staff levels due to an increased number of stores were the
         primary reason for the increase. As a percentage of revenue, salaries and benefits increased to 29.2% in 2006 from
         27.6% in 2005.




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  OF FINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPER ATIONS                                                        (continued)



Selling, General and Administrative


Selling, general and administrative expenses were $3.2 million in 2006 compared with $3.0 million in 2005, an
increase of $0.2 million or 5.0%. The primary reason for the increase in selling, general and administrative non-
variable costs were the increases in professional fees and training costs. As a percentage of revenue, selling,
general and administrative expenses decreased to 11.0 % from 11.8% in the comparable period last year.


Occupancy Costs


Occupancy costs were $3.6 million for the three months ended June 30, 2006 compared with $3.1 million in 2005,
an increase of $0.5 million or 18.8%. Lease, telephone and utilities expense accounted for the total increase as the
store count increased by 22. As a percentage of revenue, occupancy costs increased to 12.6% in 2006 from 11.9%
in 2005 primarily due to the lower growth in same-store revenues.


Automotive and Travel


Automotive and travel expenses were $1.3 million in 2006 compared with $1.1 million in 2005, an increase of $0.2
million, or 21.7%. This increase is attributable to higher fleet lease costs because of the greater number of delivery
vehicles in the fleet and higher operating costs because of the increase in the volume of business and rising fuel
costs. As a percentage of revenue, automotive and travel costs increased from 4.2 % in 2005 to 4.6% in 2006.


Amortization


Amortization of lease assets for the three months ended June 30, 2006 increased to $8.8 million from $7.6 million
for the comparable period in 2005, and amounted to 30.4% of revenue for 2006 compared to 29.6% for 2005. The
reason for the ratio increase was an increase in the net book value of product written-off from 2.4% in 2005 to
2.6% in 2006 coupled with a reduction in gross margins because of certain marketing programs utilized at the end
of the first quarter to increase lease volumes, and the increased number of leased computers.


Amortization of capital assets and intangible assets for the second quarter of 2006 was $0.5 million, an increase of
$0.1 million from $0.4 million in 2005.


Operating Income


Operating income for the second quarter of 2006 increased $3.2 million from 2005. Adjusting 2005 for the $3.6
million settlement provision, operating income decreased $0.4 million in 2006 from 2005.


Interest Expense


Interest expense for the second quarter of 2006 increased modestly from 2005 primarily due to the higher average
bank revolving term loan balance outstanding during the period.




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                    M A N AGEMENT ’S DISCUSSION A N D A N A LYSIS
            OF FINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPER ATIONS                                                         (continued)




           Income Tax Expense


           The Company’s effective income tax rate the three months ended June 30, 2006 was 39% (2005 - 38%). The increase
           in the effective rate is primarily due to increased stock compensation costs, which are not deductible for tax purposes.


           Liquidity and Capital Resources


           Three months ended June 30, 2006 compared to the three months ended June 30, 2005


           Cash flow from operating activities was up $2.2 million to $3.5 million for the second quarter of 2006 compared to
           $1.3 million for 2005. Net income increased $1.9 million and items not effecting cash increased $1.1 million in the
           second quarter of 2005 from the second quarter of 2006. These were partially offset by a $1.0 million increase in
           purchases of leased assets in 2006.


           Cash used in investing activities was $1.3 million in 2006 and $0.6 million in 2005. In 2006, the cash was used for
           investment in new stores and for the leaseholds and other assets within the Company’s Mississauga office and in 2005,
           for new store fixtures and leaseholds.


           Cash used in financing activities was $2.3 million in 2006 and $0.7 million in 2005, an increase of $1.6 million. The
           increase in cash used in financing activities was for increased dividend payments of $0.2 million coupled with an
           increased repayment of the bank revolving term loan of $1.3 million.


           Transactions with Related Parties


           Amounts receivable includes a $171,000 (2005 - $206,000) home purchase loan to an officer of the Company as a
           result of his relocation in 2001. The loan is interest-free and is collateralized by a mortgage on the officer’s residence.
           The loan is repayable in installments of $1,000 per month plus 50% of any net bonuses awarded to the officer.


           Other


           As at August 9, 2006 there were 10,1049,059 shares, 636,111 options and no warrants outstanding.


           Certain information included in this discussion may constitute forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements
           are based on current expectations and entail various risks and uncertainties. These risks and uncertainties could cause
           or contribute to actual results that are materially different from those expressed or implied. The Company disclaims
           any obligation or intention to update or revise any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information,
           future events, or otherwise.




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                                           (Continued under the laws of Ontario)

                                      CONSOLIDATED BAL ANCE SHEETS

As at:
(unaudited)
                                                                                   June 30,           December 31,
                                                                                    2006                   2005
(in 000’s)                                                                            $                      $


ASSETS


Amounts receivable         [note 2]                                                 2,029                        2,174
Prepaid expenses                                                                    1,273                         888
Lease assets                                                                       55,003                   50,946
Capital assets                                                                      7,186                     6,044
Future tax assets     [note 4]                                                      7,212                     6,888
Intangible assets and deferred costs                                                  143                         188
Goodwill                                                                           10,779                   10,779
                                                                                   83,625                   77,907


LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS’ EQUITY


Liabilities
Bank revolving term loan                                                            3,140                        1,115
Trade accounts payable                                                              8,457                     8,810
Accrued liabilities      [note 6]                                                   1,218                     1,211
Accrued payables, bonuses and other employee costs                                  1,821                     2,751
Dividends payable        [note 3]                                                     609                         396
Deferred lease inducements                                                            663                         539
Unearned revenue                                                                      449                         365
Income taxes payable                                                                2,280                     1,619
                                                                                   18,637                   16,806


Shareholders’ equity
Common shares       [note 3]                                                       46,717                   46,212
Contributed surplus        [note 3]                                                 1,130                         680
Retained earnings                                                                  17,141                   14,209
                                                                                   64,988                    61,101
                                                                                   83,625                   77,907
see accompanying notes




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         CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF INCOME AND RETAINED EARNINGS


                                                                   Three months ended               Six months ended
                                                                         June 30,                        June 30,
                                                                     2006       2005               2006           2005
       (unaudited)
       (in 000’s, except earnings per share)                             $                 $         $             $


       REVENUE
       Lease                                                        24,009          21,612        47,627       41,679
       Other                                                         4,996           4,214         9,908        8,138
                                                                    29,005          25,826        57,535       49,817


       EXPENSES
       Salaries and benefits [note 3]                                 8,457           7,127        16,749       14,272
       Selling, general and administrative                           3,188           3,037         5,803        5,477
       Occupancy costs                                               3,646           3,070         7,314        6,172
       Automotive and travel                                         1,330           1,093         2,487        2,055
                                                                    16,621          14,327        32,353       27,976
       Amortization
       Amortization of lease assets                                   8,817              7,638    17,318       14,829
       Amortization of capital assets,
        intangible assets and deferred costs                            544                398       970          791
                                                                      9,361              8,036    18,288       15,620
       Total operating expenses including amortization
          and before class action settlement                        25,982          22,363        50,641       43,596
       Operating income before class action settlement               3,023           3,463         6,894        6,221
       Class action settlement expense [note 6]                          –           3,600             –        3,600
       Operating income                                              3,023            (137)        6,894        2,621
       Interest expense                                                  63                 18        96           52
       Income before income taxes                                     2,960               (155)    6,798        2,569
       Income taxes [note 4]
       Current                                                       1,572                   –      2,957           –
       Future                                                         (425)                (59)      (324)        976
                                                                     1,147                 (59)     2,633         976
       Net income for the period                                     1,813                 (96)     4,165       1,593
       Retained earnings, beginning of period                       15,947              11,407    14,209       10,112
       Common share dividends [note 3]                                (619)               (393)   (1,233)        (787)
       Retained earnings, end of period                             17,141              10,918     17,141      10,918
       Earnings per share [note 5]
       Basic                                                            0.17             (0.01)     0.41          0.17
       Diluted                                                          0.17             (0.01)     0.40          0.15
       see accompanying notes



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                         CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS


                                                              Three months ended                Six months ended
                                                                        June 30,                         June 30,

(unaudited)                                                      2006              2005        2006                 2005
(in 000’s)                                                          $                $           $                    $


OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Net income for the period                                        1,813                (96)     4,165            1,593
Items not affecting cash:
  Recognition of stock based compensation        [note 3]           251              107        434                  197
  Amortization of lease assets                                   8,817              7,638    17,318            14,829
  Amortization of capital assets,
     intangible assets and deferred costs                          544               398        970                  791
  Future income taxes     [note 4]                                (425)               (59)     (324)                 976
Net change in non-cash operating items -
  Lease assets                                                (10,440)             (9,439)   (21,375)          (17,520)
  Class action settlement provision   [note 6]                          –          3,600             –          3,600
  Other                                                          2,985              (873)      (647)            (3,436)
Cash flow from operating activities                               3,545              1,276       541             1,030


INVESTING ACTIVITIES
Purchase of capital assets                                      (1,314)             (710)     (2,126)           (1,113)
Proceeds on disposition of capital assets                            29              149          59                 190
Cash used in investing activities                               (1,285)             (561)     (2,067)               (923)


FINANCING ACTIVITIES
Advance (repayment) of
  bank revolving term loan                                      (1,698)             (440)     2,025                 (641)
Issuance of common shares on
   exercise of options and warrants                                  46              112        505                 1,166
Common share dividend payments                                    (608)             (387)     (1,004)               (632)
Cash provided by (used in) financing activities                  (2,260)              (715)    1,526                 (107)


Net change in cash                                                      –                –           –                    –
see accompanying notes




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                 NOTES TO INTERIM CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
                                                         June 30, 2006 and 2005


         1. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES


         These unaudited interim consolidated financial statements should be read in conjunction with the December 31,
         2005 annual consolidated financial statements. The same accounting policies and methods are used as in the 2005
         consolidated financial statements except for the new accounting policies relating to easyfinancial Services Inc.’s,
         (“easy financial”) consumer finance business which commenced operating in the first quarter of 2006 (see note 2).
         In management’s opinion, the interim consolidated financial statements include all adjustments necessary to present
         fairly such interim financial statements.


         2. AMOUNTS RECEIVABLE



                                                                                         June 30                 December 31,
                                                                                           2006                      2005
         (in 000’s )                                                                         $                         $


         Vendor rebates receivable                                                          768                        1,329
         Due from licensee                                                                   511                           326
         Due from related party                                                              171                           206
         Loans receivable                                                                   236                              –
         Other                                                                              343                            313
                                                                                          2,029                        2,174



         Loans receivable represents amounts advanced to customers of easyfinancial, a wholly owned subsidiary
         of easyhome. Given that the easyfinancial customers are expected to have a higher risk profile than that of
         conventional lenders customers, and easyfinancial has no prior lending history, interest revenue is recorded as
         received.


         The Company believes an indicator of impairment exists when loan payments become 45 days past due and records
         a provision of 50% of the loan principal at that time. It records a further provision of 50% once loan payments
         become 90 days past due. The Company’s policies related to loan revenue and impairment recognition will be
         monitored and may be changed in the future to reflect the Company’s actual experience on its loan portfolio.


         Due from related party is a home purchase loan provided to an officer of the Company as a result of his relocation
         during 2001. The loan is interest-free and is secured by a collateral mortgage on the officer’s residence. The loan is
         repayable in installments of $1,000 per month plus 50% of any net bonuses awarded to the officer.




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NOTES TO INTERIM CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS                                                                (continued)
                                                  June 30, 2006 and 2005


3. SHARE CAPITAL


Common shares issued and outstanding



                                                             Six months ended                     Six months ended
                                                               June 30, 2006                          June 30, 2005
                                                           Shares          Amount               Shares           Amount
(in 000’s )                                                   #                $                  #                   $


Balance, beginning of the period                           9,914           46,212               9,187            44,631
Issued for cash for exercised
  stock options and warrants                                 232               505               548              1,167
Balance, end of the period                                10,146           46,717               9,735            45,798




On May 10, 2005, the shareholders of the Company approved a stock split of the Company’s common shares
on a one and a half for one basis. All share capital amounts and earnings per share amounts disclosed in the
consolidated financial statements have been retroactively adjusted to give effect to the stock split.


Dividends on common shares


The Company declared a dividend of $0.06 per share to shareholders of record on June 16, 2006, payable on July 4,
2006. The dividend paid on July 4, 2006 was $609,000.


Stock-based compensation


The Company uses the fair value method of accounting for stock options granted to employees and directors on or
after January 1, 2003. During the period, the Company granted 278,200 options (2005 – 9,900 options).


The estimated fair value of these options was determined using the Black-Scholes option pricing model with the
following assumptions, resulting in a weighted-average fair value of $4.29 per option (2005 - $4.19).

                                                                                         Six months ended

                                                                                     June 30,                   June 30,
                                                                                      2006                        2005
Risk-free interest rate (%)                                                            3.92                        3.36
Expected hold period to exercise (years)                                                4.6                           4.0
Volatility in the price of the corporation’s shares (%)                               41.89                        66.8
Dividend yield (%)                                                                     1.07                        0.12




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          NOTES TO INTERIM CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS                                                       (continued)
                                                           June 30, 2006 and 2005


         3. SHARE CAPITAL (continued)


         Stock-based compensation (continued)


         A stock-based compensation expense with respect to stock options of $119,000 has been recognized during the
         period (2005 - $60,000) in salaries and benefits expense, with a corresponding increase in contributed surplus.


         The estimated fair value of stock options granted in 2002 were determined at the date of grant using the Black-
         Scholes option pricing model. Had compensation expense for stock options granted in 2002 been recognized
         |based on their fair value as at the date of the grant, pro-forma net income for the three and six months ended
         June 30, 2006 would have been $1,810,000 (2005 – ($102,000)) and $4,155,000 (2005 - $1,363,000) respectively.
         Pro-forma diluted earnings per share for the three and six months ended June 30, 2006 would have been $0.17
         (2005 – ($0.01) ) and $0.40 (2005 - $0.14) respectively.


         The estimated fair value of these options was determined using the following weighted-average assumptions,
         resulting in a weighted-average fair value of $3.01 per option (2005 $3.06):

                                                                                              Six months ended

                                                                                        June 30,                 June 30,
                                                                                         2006                      2005
         Risk-free interest rate (%)                                                      4.50                      4.32
         Expected hold period to exercise (years)                                           4.0                      4.0
         Volatility in the price of the corporation’s shares (%)                         84.87                      85.2
         Dividend yield (%)                                                                 0.0                      0.0


         Restricted Share Unit Plan


         On March 7, 2006, 40,000 units were granted to senior executives of the Company under its restricted share unit
         plan (2005 – 15,000). On May 9, 2006 an additional 6,000 units were granted to a senior executive. Each unit
         entitles the employee to receive one common share of the Company. The units vest over a five-year period from
         the date of the grant provided certain performance criteria are met. Compensation expense and dividends are
         recognized over the vesting period with corresponding increases in contributed surplus. For the six months ended
         June 30, 2006, $258,000 (2005 - $137,000) was recorded as compensation expense under the Plan in salaries and
         benefits expense, and $16,000 (2005 – $12,000) was recorded as dividends. During the period an additional 1,635
         units (2005 - 694), were granted for dividends payable on the outstanding units.


         Deferred Share Unit Plan


         On May 10, 2005, the Board of Directors approved a Deferred Share Unit Plan as an alternative to compensate
         Canadian board members. The related compensation expense and dividends are recognized as earned with a
         corresponding increase in contributed surplus. During the period 3,611 deferred share units were granted and an
         additional 47 units were granted as a result of dividends payable. For the six months ended June 30, 2006, $58,000
         (2005 – nil) was recorded as compensation expense under the Plan in the salaries and benefits expense.



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NOTES TO INTERIM CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS                                                            (continued)
                                               June 30, 2006 and 2005


4. INCOME TAXES


The Company’s tax provision is determined as follows:
                                                                                        Six months ended

                                                                                 June 30,                    June 30,
                                                                                  2006                        2005
($ in 000’s)                                                                        $                           $


Combined basic federal and provincial income tax rate                            35.4%                       35.7%
Expected income tax expense                                                       2,401                         917
Non-deductible expenses                                                             176                          62
Other                                                                                56                             (3)
                                                                                  2,633                         976



The significant components of the Company’s future tax assets are as follows:


                                                                                 June 30,                  December 31,
                                                                                  2006                        2005
(in 000’s)                                                                          $                           $


Loss carryforwards                                                                      27                          –
Tax cost of lease and capital assets in
  excess of net book value                                                        6,491                       5,956
Accounts receivable                                                                 643                         797
Other                                                                                   51                      135
                                                                                   7,212                      6,888



5. EARNINGS PER SHARE


Earnings per share is determined based on the following figures:

                                                        Three months ended                      Six months ended
                                                              June 30                                June 30

(in 000’s )                                          2006               2005                  2006             2005


Net income for the period                           $1,813               ($96)               $4,165           $1,593
Weighted average number
  of shares outstanding – basic                     10,140               9,693               10,074           9,489
                         – diluted                  10,404              10,326               10,391          10,368
Shares outstanding, end of the period               10,146               9,735               10,146            9,735


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          NOTES TO INTERIM CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS                                                        (continued)
                                                         June 30, 2006 and 2005




         6. LEGAL PROCEEDINGS


         (A) On April 26, 2004 a legal proceeding was commenced against the Company and its wholly-owned subsidiary,
            RTO Asset Management Inc., by Lawrence William Nantais, a customer of the Company. The Plaintiff obtained
            an order pursuant to the Class Proceedings Act, 1992, S.O. 1992 c.6 (the “Act”), as amended, certifying the
            action as a class proceeding and appointing him as the representative of the Class. The Plaintiff asserted that, to
            the extent a member of the Class acquires ownership of merchandise offered by easyhome, the Company’s lease
            agreement is an agreement or arrangement for credit advanced and the aggregate of all charges and expenses
            under the lease agreement amounts to interest charged at rates in excess of those allowed by law and that the
            lease agreements are void and unenforceable. The Statement of Claim stated that the members of the Class will
            seek to recover such charges and expenses, as well as damages, costs and interest.


            On March 4, 2005 the Company settled the class action lawsuit in principle and on June 16, 2005, the Ontario
            Superior Court of Justice certified the class action lawsuit as a class proceeding under the Class Proceedings Act,
            and granted approval of the settlement that had been agreed to between the Company and the representative
            plaintiff on behalf of the Class.


            Under the terms of the settlement, the Company was to pay to Class members a credit voucher for every lease
            agreement under which the Class member acquired Company merchandise during the class period. Unused credit
            vouchers expired on December 31, 2005 except in certain circumstances. In addition, the Company paid the
            legal fees and costs of the Class in the proceeding, and the costs associated with administering the settlement
            process. The Company recorded a pre-tax provision in its second quarter of 2005 of $3,600,000 to cover the
            costs of the settlement, including legal fees awarded under the settlement. Because of the decline in credit
            voucher redemptions during the third quarter of 2005, management reduced the provision by $500,000 on
            September 30, 2005. As at December 31, 2005 the date of expiration of the unused credit vouchers, legal and
            other costs of $1,066,000 and $1,944,000 in redeemed vouchers were charged to the provision reducing the
            provision to $90,000 as at December 31, 2005.


         (B) A motion seeking the authorization to institute a class action was started against the Company in the Province
            of Quebec (Montreal Superior Court) in November 1997. The plaintiffs were authorized by the Court in August
            1999 to proceed with a class action against the Company on behalf of all persons who have leased or purchased
            personal property destined for personal use in their home (the “Quebec Class”). The plaintiffs alleged that
            the Company’s lease contracts did not properly comply with the requirements of the Consumer Protection Act
            (Quebec).


         The Company entered into a settlement agreement with the plaintiffs, which was approved by the Court.
         Management recorded a provision of $500,000 on its books in 2000. During the second quarter of 2005, the
         Company distributed $299,000 to Quebec Class members and paid $184,000 in legal fees and disbursements. As
         at June 30, 2006, the Company has no further requirements to fulfill under this settlement and accordingly no
         longer carries a provision on its books.




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                                       BOARD OF DIRECTORS


Donald K. Johnson                                                   Ronald G. Gage
Chairman                                                            Corporate Director
easyhome Ltd.
                                                                    Robert (Robin) Korthals
David Ingram                                                        Corporate Director
President & Chief Executive Officer
easyhome Ltd.                                                       David A. Lewis
                                                                    Corporate Director
Douglas Anderson
Corporate Director                                                  Joseph Rotunda
                                                                    President & Chief Executive Officer
Nancie Lataille                                                     EZCorp., Inc.
Client Partner
Korn/Ferry International

                                                 OFFICERS


David Ingram                                                        Rick Atkinson
President & Chief Executive Officer                                 Vice President, Development


Chris Fregren , C.A.                                                Dave Maries
Chief Financial Officer                                             Vice President, Marketing & Merchandising


                                                                    Randy Robertson
                                                                    Senior Vice President, Operations


                                      CORPOR ATE INFORMATION



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 Tel: (780) 930-3000                                                                Solicitors
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 Mississauga Office                       of Commerce
 Suite 600                               Edmonton, Alberta                          Website
 77 City Centre Drive                                                               www.easyhome.ca
 Mississauga, Ontario                    Transfer Agents
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