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
As ESG takes hold of minds and markets, boards of directors are expected to provide ESG oversight even though few have deep knowledge, formal reporting processes or clear accountabilities for … Read More
What should Saskatchewan corporations know about the new rules requiring corporations to maintain a register of individuals with significant control over their corporation?
This blog is part of our blog series … Read More
Saskatchewan is modernizing is business corporations legislation to allow Saskatchewan corporations to use and integrate electronic documents and communications technologies in their business practices.
In this third part of this blog … Read More
What should directors and officers of Saskatchewan corporations know about incoming changes to Saskatchewan’s corporate legislation concerning the fiduciary duty they owe to their corporations?
In this second part of this … Read More
Incoming changes to Saskatchewan’s corporate legislation will make it easier for Saskatchewan corporations to conduct business within the province. In this first part of this blog series that examines key … Read More
Author: Kevin Mehi. This blog was prepared with the assistance of summer law student Devon Fjellner.
Boards of directors in Alberta may find there is a lack of clarity in Alberta’s Business … Read More
It is more important than ever for organizations to have appropriate privacy compliance programs in place to mitigate significant privacy related risks.
Given their statutory and fiduciary duties, the directors of … Read More