Private placements are an efficient way for companies listed on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV) to raise capital. With the growth of the cleantech industry in Western Canada, many cleantech … Read More
Major amendments to Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) policies could result in significant changes in how new issuers are listed, and how existing issuers undertake transactions that fall within the CSE’s … Read More
Effective April 3, 2023, the Canadian Securities Exchange (the “CSE”) implemented comprehensive changes (the “Amendments”) to its policies (the “Policies”).
The Amendments include extensive housekeeping and consequential revisions that may result … Read More
A substantial issuer bid (SIB) allows you to distribute excess cash to shareholders by purchasing shares for cancellation beyond the amounts permitted under normal course issuer bids (NCIBs).
SIBs are regulated … Read More
In our last blog, we discussed the Canadian Securities Administrators’ (“CSA”) proposed climate-related disclosure requirements (the “Canadian Proposal”). This week, we’ll discuss international developments that have impacted the Canadian Proposal.
Since … Read More
Securities regulators in Canada and the United States are developing climate-related disclosure requirements for reporting issuers and registrants. In the first of this two-part blog series, we’ll summarize some of … Read More
In our previous blog, we provided an introduction to normal course issuer bids (“NCIBs”) for issuers listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (“TSX”). This week, we’ll cover the NCIB requirements … Read More
This blog was written with the assistance of Robert Johnstone, summer law student.
Given the growth of Alberta’s technology and clean-tech industries, many Alberta-based companies are looking to raise capital from … Read More