Securities Regulation in Canada

Securities regulation is the area of Canadian law that covers transactions with securities. Unlike other countries, such as the US, Canada does not have a federal securities regulator, which means that each province and territory has its own securities commission that sets its own legislation. 

This legislation outlines the investment criteria for residents of each province or territory - in other words how much you can invest, how often, and all other requirements and restrictions you need to be aware of.

We are currently not registered in PEI, NL, YU, NT or NU, but stayed tuned, we hope to be one day soon!

Provincial and territorial securities regulation

British Columbia
New Brunswick
Nova Scotia

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