Alberta Incorporation

  1. Corporate Name
  2. Address
  3. Contact
  4. Directors
  5. Minute Book
  6. Final Details
  7. Finish

Corporate Name

In the rare event that there are any issues registering your corporate name, we will contact you to discuss alternatives.
Alberta NUANS® report  is required in order for your incorporation to be completed. It is valid for 80 days.
Frequently Asked Questions

Articles of Incorporation details

  1. There is no restriction on the business that the Corporation may carry on.

  2. The minimum number of Directors is one (1), with a maximum of ten (10).

  3. The Corporation can issue shares without nominal or par value for six classes of shares.

    • Class A Voting Common shares

    • Class B Voting Common shares

    • Class C Non-Voting Common shares

    • Class D Voting Preferred shares

    • Class E Non-Voting Preferred shares

    • Class F Non-Voting Preferred shares

  4. The Corporation is a Private Issuer as deemed by National Instrument 45-106:

    • No share transfers can be made without the consent of the Board of Directors or a Unanimous Shareholders Agreement.

    • Share ownership is restricted to less than 50 individuals, unless specified in law.

    • No shares will be available for sale to the public at the time of the Corporation's formation.

  5. The holders of all shares shall be entitled to receive a dividend, when and as specified by the Board of Directors of the Corporation.

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