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New Blanket Orders

The CSA have announced further temporary relief from certain regulatory filings:

  • for non-investment fund issuers, a 45-day extension for periodic filings normally required to be made between June 2, 2020 and August 31, 2020; and
  • for investment funds, a 60-day extension for periodic filings normally required to be made between June 2, 2020 and September ...
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Further to our blog post of March 19, 2020, the Canadian Securities Administrators (the “CSA”) granted temporary, blanket relief to market participants on March 23, 2020 from certain periodic filing requirements due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The relief applies to issuers, investment funds, registrants, certain regulated entities, and designated rating ...

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In light of the rapidly evolving developments relating to COVID-19, and recognizing that issuers have an urgent need to focus on critical business decisions, the Canadian Securities Administrators (the “CSA”) have announced that they will grant temporary, blanket relief from the filing of certain documents required to be filed on or before June 1, 2020.

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In the fall of 2018, the Canadian Securities Administrators (the “CSA”) requested comments from stakeholders on a proposed National Instrument 52-112 – Non-GAAP and Other Financial Measures Disclosure (the “Original Proposed Instrument”), which was aimed at prescribing disclosure requirements for non-GAAP and other financial measures to replace CSA ...

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Every year, reporting issuers are faced with the task of tailoring the disclosure for their annual general meeting to an ever-evolving list of changes in corporate and securities laws, updates to stock exchange rules, new guidance from proxy advisors and regulators and developing corporate governance trends.

This checklist and overview of certain matters relevant to ...

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Every year, reporting issuers are faced with the task of tailoring the disclosure for their annual meeting to an ever-evolving list of changes in securities laws, updates to stock exchanges rules, new guidance from proxy advisors, and developing corporate governance trends.

The checklist and overview of certain matters relevant to the 2019 proxy season that follows is ...

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As blockchain technology continues to develop, and its role in fundraising initiatives by technology companies increases, the Canadian Securities Administrators (the "CSA") have issued guidance on the application of securities laws to offerings of blockchain-based tokens ("Tokens"), including a subset of Tokens referred to as "utility tokens". In Staff Notice ...

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The Canadian Securities Administrators have issued a consultation paper[1] that, if it were to result in changes to relevant rules under securities law, could affect the composition of boards of directors and key committees of Canadian public companies. The Consultation Paper does not introduce any new rules, or even make any specific proposals for new rules. Rather, it ...

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