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 publicly-listed Canadian firm Nuvei Corporation announced the acquisition of the cryptocurrency company SimplexCC Ltd in an all-cash deal for $250 million ... On May 6, the Canadian company Nuvei (TSX ... Nuvei Corporation is connected to 200 markets across the globe that supports ...
The world’s second-largest cryptocurrency Ethereum (ETH) is holding up confidently above $3500 and is eyeing a new all-time high above $3600. At press time, ETH is trading 4% up at $3553 with a market cap of $409 billion ... market ... SEC ... Earlier this week, Nasdaq-listed Canadian firm Mogo purchased $400K worth of ETH from its corporate books. ....
DerrickJames, senior manager for government affairs for the 50-year-old National RailroadPassengerCorporation, aka Amtrak, broke the news during a press conference with local elected officials and others in the village hall ... It was founded as a quasi-public corporation, receiving a combination of state and federal subsidies.
Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, the group’s director and co-founder, says local authorities are often aligned with corporate interests. In the case of Line 3, the Canadian company Enbridge established a fund to reimburse local Minnesota sheriffs’ departments for time spent ostensibly on public safety at protest sites, says Verheyden-Hilliard ... Read more ... ___.
John D ... John D ... Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, the group's director and co-founder, said local authorities are often aligned with corporate interests. In the case of Line 3, the Canadian company Enbridge established a fund to reimburse local Minnesota sheriffs' departments for time spent ostensibly on public safety at protest sites, says Verheyden-Hilliard.