Canadian company law concerns the operation of corporations in Canada, which can be established under either federal or provincial authority.
Federal incorporation of for-profit corporations is governed by Corporations Canada under the Canada Business Corporations Act. All of the Canadian provinces and territories also have laws permitting (and governing) the incorporation of corporations within their area of jurisdiction. Often, the choice of whether to incorporate federally or provincially will be based on many business considerations, such as scope of business and the desire for application of particular rules which may be available under one corporate statute but not another.
The dividend is designated as an “eligible dividend” for CanadianIncome Tax purposes ... This is evidenced by our Q3 2021 investment in modern hydraulic catwalks in our Canadian business and an available NormalCourse Issuer Bid to repurchase common shares of the Corporation.
EDMONTON — Canadian environmental groups did nothing wrong when they accepted foreign funding for campaigns opposing oilsands development, a public inquiry has reported ... While he finds that at least $1.28 billion has flowed into Canadian environmental charities from the U.S ... He also calls for an industry-led campaign to rebrand Canadian energy.
For someCanadians, the COVID-19 pandemic has led to an internal debate about career choices ... The presence of cynicism is not unexpected on questions related to corporate life, but it is disheartening to see a third of Canadian adults believing that promotions are not based on excellence.
I bring this up because an Ottawa-based journalism outlet, Blacklock’s Reporter, has just revealed, through an access to information request, that the CanadianMortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) has recently been involved in a data gathering effort again involving your personal financial records.
Rogers is also in the middle of a rare boardroom tussle in the Canadian corporate landscape, as it tries to boost its position in the country's crowded telecoms market with a C$20 billion ($16.2 billion) takeover bid for smaller rival Shaw Communications Inc (SJRb.TO).
...Canadian telecoms company. The spilling into the open of the boardroom spat is rare in the Canadian corporate landscape and caught analysts by surprise ... ($1 = 1.2322 Canadian dollars)Reporting by Moira Warburton in Vancouver and Eva Mathews in Bengaluru; editing by Richard Pullin.
Advertisement. Story continues below ...Try refreshing your browser, or ... Rogers is also in the middle of a rare boardroom tussle in the Canadian corporate landscape, as it tries to boost its position in the country’s crowded telecoms market with a $20 billion takeover bid for smaller rival Shaw Communications Inc ... .
(AP) — CanadianNational’s CEO is retiring instead of staying to fight against an investor who has been pushing for his ouster ... The fund is also seeking several operational changes at Canadian National in the wake of its failed attempt to acquire Kansas City Southern railroad.
Our large corporate groups were hesitant to come in 2021 with worries about crowds and the global pandemic ... Organizers of our large corporate groups ... In anticipation of our acquisition strategy, we have created a new wholly-owned Canadian subsidiary corporation named Zoom Tech Inc.