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As per the Canada Business Corporations Act, a corporation is required to keep certain records at its registered office or at another location chosen by the board of directors of the company.

These records must include the following:

  • The Articles of Incorporation of the Corporation;

  • Any additional Articles of the Corporation (including but not limited to, the Articles of Amendments, Articles of Amalgamation, Articles of Continuance, and Articles of Dissolution);

  • Corporation’s By-Laws;

  • All corporate minutes of meetings assembled by the company;

  • All resolutions of directors and shareholders of the company;

  • Any debt obligations that are issued by the corporation;

  • Directors Register;

  • Shareholders Register;

  • Officers Register;

  • Share certificates that have been issued, transferred, and cancelled; and

  • Annual Resolutions; and

  • Shareholders’ Agreement

In addition, as per Ontario and Canadian legislation, your corporation must prepare and maintain minutes of meetings and resolutions adopted by the directors and committee of directors. In fact, it is common for the Canadian government, investors, and creditors to request to analyze your corporate records, requiring such records to be up to date at all times.

Amskor Law can prepare and maintain your corporate records so you can focus on your business rather than your legal obligations.


Book a 15 minute consultation with Amskor Law and let us be a part of your team.

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