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Proposed Amendments To TSX Company Manual Relating To Disclosure Requirements For Issuer Websites And Security Based Compensation Arrangements
The TSX is seeking public comment on the proposed amendments and has provided for a 30 day comment period, which expires June 27, 2016.
Canada
6 Jun 2016
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TSX Seeks Public Comment On Proposed Amendments To DRIP Rules
On April 28, 2016 the Toronto Stock Exchange published a set of proposed amendments to the TSX Company Manual, which are available for public comment until May 28, 2016.
Canada
10 May 2016
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Tapping Into New Markets – Dual Listing On The New Santiago Stock Exchange, Venture
Canadian mining exploration issuers now have a new and efficient way to access Latin American capital markets.
Canada
3 Jun 2015
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OSC Releases Progress Report On Its Exempt Market Review
In August 2013, the Ontario Securities Commission published OSC Notice 45-712 Progress Report on Review of Prospectus Exemptions to Facilitate Capital Raising.
Canada
19 Sep 2013
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Amendments To Prospectus Rules On Marketing Public Offerings
The Canadian Securities Regulators have announced amendments to National Instrument 41-101 – General Prospectus Requirements and related instruments and policies intended to increase the range of permissible pre-marketing and marketing activities in connection with prospectus offerings.
Canada
3 Jul 2013
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TSXV Extends Temporary Pricing Relief Measures For Private Placements
e TSX Venture Exchange ("TSXV") has extended the temporary pricing relief measures (the "Relief Measures") it introduced last year relating to private placement financings.
Canada
20 Apr 2013
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Prospectus Disclosure And The Business Judgment Rule: Lessons From Danier
In an important decision, the Ontario Court of Appeal has recently (a) clarified the scope of prospectus disclosure, (b) established that forecasts in prospectus need not necessarily be objectively reasonable, and (c) reinforced the legitimacy and application of the business judgment rule.
Canada
22 Mar 2006
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