The Ontario Court of Appeal has released two decisions that together provide useful guidance for reporting issuers across Canada on what constitutes a “material change” for the purposes of the Securities Act (Ontario) (the “Act”).
The disclosure of material changes, and the statutory cause of action for a failure to do so, are integral components of the ...
Canada has a series of bilateral tax treaties. These have evolved over time to include various anti-avoidance, and anti-treaty shopping rules. These rules include limitation on benefits provisions and purpose tests. The treaty between Canada and Hong Kong had one of the broadest rules.
Many countries, including Canada and Hong Kong, are now signatories to the ...
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