The Canadian Securities Administrators last week proposed a broad range of amendments to the registrant regulatory framework ranging from those
The Canadian Securities Administrators yesterday released the final version of amendments to NI 41-101 General Prospectus Requirements and related
The CSA published a staff notice today in response to inquiries about the financial information to be included in a prospectus during the time of an issuer's transition to IFRS.
On September 2, 2011, the Competition Bureau released the results of an ex-post assessment of its December 2007 study entitled “Self-Regulated Professions: Balancing Competition and Regulation.”
Last week, the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) issued a Staff Notice in response to questions they have received regarding disclosure about accounting policies in issuers' interim and annual MD&A.
Issuers filing their first IFRS interim financial report should keep in mind that the filing deadline has been extended by 30 days.
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Serhan v. Johnson & Johnson approved the settlement of the first class action in Canada to certify waiver of tort as a common issue.
According to an article in today's Globe and Mail, the OSC has been "widening the net" as it investigates potential cases of insider trading in advance of major corporate deals and announcements.
NERA Economic Consulting yesterday released an update on the number and value of securities class action claims in Canada.
Earlier this week, the Ontario Securities Commission published an online guide to assist issuers in preparing their first IFRS interim financial report.