commercial and trade ethics, applicable codes and laws or by‐laws in force at the time of broadcast and with the Advertising Standards Canada’s approval. The Purchaser guarantees that all scripts and recordings submitted to the Station shall be in accordance with the foregoing and undertakes to defend, indemnify and save harmless the Station, its parent, related and affiliated companies, its officers, directors, shareholders, agents, servants and employees, for any amount of damages, expenses, fines or claims of any nature which the Station could be legally or otherwise exposed to following the execution of its obligations under this Agreement. (d) Notwithstanding the preceding and without prejudice to the guarantee hereinabove provided by the Purchaser, the latter acknowledges that said scripts or recording or commercial copy work shall be subject to the final approval of the Station. The Station shall have the right to modify, in whole or in part, at its sole discretion, said scripts or recordings or commercial copy work and the Purchaser releases the Station, its parent, related and affiliated companies, its officers, directors, shareholders, agents, servants and employees, of any claim arising from such changes. (e) The Purchaser shall pay to the Station any tax imposed with respect to the services. 5. BROADCAST DISRUPTION/PRE‐EMPTION/SUBSTITUTION (a) The Station shall not be liable for any damages, losses, costs or expense of any kind suffered by the Purchaser arising from the omission to broadcast or the substitution, interruption or postponement of any commercial advertisements or services if due to any of the following events: (i) Act of God, technical problems, a public emergency or necessity, legal restrictions, power failure, strike, adverse weather conditions or any other circumstances resulting not from doings of the Station, its employees or third parties, or at the direction of federal, provincial or municipal authorities, the direction or regulation of the Canadian Radio‐television and Telecommunications Commission ("CRTC"), or for any other reason including labour disputes, mechanical conditions, or as the result of a contractual agreement with a network or a federal, provincial or municipal election or referendum; or (ii) In any case where, at the discretion of the Station, a modification to commercial copy work or the broadcast schedule of said commercial advertisements is required in the public interest or by public order; or (iii) A modification to commercial copy work or the broadcast schedule of said commercial advertisements is required in order to comply with any law, by‐law or directives issued by any governmental or public authorities; (b) Upon the mutual agreement of the parties, a later make good broadcast of the omitted broadcast may be performed by the Station. Such make good broadcast shall be airtime of equivalent value to the interrupted, substituted or postponed commercial message. 6.