Canada has a sophisticated capital markets system. Securities of both Canadian and foreign public companies can be listed and traded on several of Canada’s stock exchanges. The largest stock exchange in Canada is the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX).
There is a wide range of financing options available in Canada for new and expanding foreign businesses.
Canada’s tax rules are complex and subject to change. The information contained herein is not, and is not intended to be a comprehensive overview of Canada’s tax system.
Several different business structures may be used to conduct business in Canada. Non-residents looking to engage with Canadian businesses, or those intending to carry on business in Canada, should familiarize themselves with such structures.
With its stable political and economic landscape, independent governments and courts, skilled workers and high standard of living, Canada is an attractive country in which to do business.
Simplifying access to the US market through a series of short, high level presentations highlighting the most important issues to be addressed when considering US expansion including banking, accounting/tax, legal, government incentives, site selection and US government services.
There is a growing number of Canadian provinces enacting franchise disclosure legislation and a growing number of decided cases providing guidance as to the obligations of franchisors under these statutes.
Daniel D. Ujczo (Of Counsel, Columbus) and Andrae J. Marrocco (Of Counsel, Toronto) were appointed as Joint Secretaries to the board of the Invest USA Committee at SelectUSA Canada on November 17 in Toronto. U.S.
There is a growing number of Canadian provinces enacting franchise disclosure legislation and a growing number of decided cases providing guidance as to the obligations of franchisors under these statutes. Currently, the provinces of Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick have such legislation.