In my view, there was overwhelming evidence that permitted the learned trial judge to arrive at this finding of fact.
Campbell and DaSilva were represented by counsel at the commencement of the Limelight proceeding where a temporary
order was made that Campbell and DaSilva cease trading in
securities. The Limelight decision in the evidence refers to an
agreed statement of facts where DaSilva admitted breaches of
the Act but did not agree to what sanctions were appropriate.
DaSilva chose not to participate in the OSC proceedings and left
after the commencement of the hearing on the merits. Campbell
chose not to participate in the balance of the hearing. Both made
a deliberate choice not to be present throughout the OSC Limelight proceeding either personally or by counsel.
 The defence submits that the learned judge erred in
fixing Campbell and DaSilva with knowledge of the Limelight
order because their counsel was present for a portion of
the Limelight proceeding. I am satisfied there is considerable
additional evidence which supports the learned trial judge’s find-
ing that Campbell and DaSilva had knowledge of the Limelight
order including [the following]:
(a) the Limelight order was mailed to their correct home
(b) the Limelight order was e-mailed to Campbell and DaSilva
at the same e-mail addresses used in this case;
(c) the use of fictitious names when dealing with prospective
investors suggests they knew that they could not trade in
(d) renting premises with fictitious names, again suggests that
they knew they could not trade in securities;
(e) routing of the funds through Switzerland and eventually to
Mississauga into a bank account in a Nevada corporation’s
name also suggests that they knew they could not trade in
(f) in Campbell’s case, Mr. Pasternark testified that Campbell
told him he wasn’t allowed to trade providing direct evi-
dence of Campbell’s knowledge of a no trade order.
Conclusion on knowledge issue
 On this issue, I find no reversible error in law or a finding
that is unreasonable or cannot be supported by the evidence that
both Campbell and DaSilva knew of the Limelight Order at the
time they engaged in trading in securities.