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A ‘Victimless’ Crime Just Lost its Perpetrators

By: Bryce Tingle PDF Version: A ‘Victimless’ Crime Just Lost its Perpetrators Case commented on: Walton v. Alberta (Securities Commission), 2014 ABCA 273 In Walton v. Alberta (Securities Commission), 2014 ABCA 273 (the “Eveready” decision), the Alberta Court of Appeal … Continue reading

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The Quiet Decline of Canada’s IPO Markets

By: Bryce Tingle PDF Version: The Quiet Decline of Canada’s IPO Markets The Toronto Stock Exchange’s parent company has been travelling the country raising the profile of its new venture, TSX Private Markets.  At the same time, Canada’s securities commissions … Continue reading

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A National Securities Regulator? – No way! says the Alberta Court of Appeal

PDF version: A National Securities Regulator? – No way! says the Alberta Court of Appeal  Case considered: Reference Re Securities Act (Canada), 2011 ABCA 77 Can the federal government pass legislation to establish and empower a national securities regulator? Essentially, … Continue reading

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The Counterview to a National Securities Regulator in Canada

PDF Version:  The Counterview to a National Securities Regulator in Canada I am coming to the aid of an old friend. Having worked as legal counsel at the Alberta Securities Commission, I can tell you the current securities regulatory system … Continue reading

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