Alberta might not be too keen on joining a national securities regulation scheme, but that doesn't mean the province isn't interested in strengthening its securities legislation and improving cooperation in the existing system. The government has proposed changes to the Alberta Securities Act that...
Alberta might not be too keen on joining a national securities regulation scheme, but that doesn’t mean the province isn’t interested in strengthening its securities legislation and improving cooperation in the existing system.
We've paid embarrassingly little attention to Manitoba at First Reference Talks. But that's all changing as the province that sits on Ontario's western shoulder (presumably Ontario's "angel" conscience) has set out to distinguish itself recently. The province has stood up with Alberta and Quebec against the prospect of a national securities regulator, arguing that securities regulation is solely a provincial matter and that the current system works better than a centralized one would.
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