Can I open a business in Canada as a non resident?

Can I open a business in Canada as a non-resident? Yes, starting a non-resident business in Canada is possible – but certain requirements have to be met. Non-Canadian residents are able to register companies in Canada in eight provinces:

  • British Columbia
  • Prince Edward Island
  • New Brunswick
  • Nova Scotia
  • Nunavut
  • Quebec
  • Northwest Territories
  • Yukon

The process to start a new company in Canada, in British Columbia or in any other Canadian province that allows Non-Canadian residents to register a new company in their provinces is very straightforward. This process is done in six steps:

1. The first step is the name search request
2. The second step is to hire the services of a registered agent in the jurisdiction of registration
3. The third step is the preparation of the incorporation agreement, articles of incorporation and other incorporation documents
4. The four-step is the filing of the incorporation application with the registries office
5. The fifth step is the paying of all the fees
6. The sixth step is obtaining the company’s tax ID number

Company Formations provides fast and easy Company Registration in Canada for non-Canadians residents and provides all the documents your new Canada corporation will need to stay up-to-date and in compliance with your province of registration corporations law.

Incorporation Fees:

$2200 (All Inclusive)

Our Canada Incorporation Service includes:

  • Name Search Report
  • Preparation of Articles of Incorporation and Incorporation Documents
  • Incorporation Agreement
  • By-Laws, Company Minute Book, Share Certificates
  • Canada Registered Agent Service for 1 year
  • Government Fees
  • Our Service Fees
  • Original Certificates
  • Copy of Documents in PDF
  • Taxes

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