Company Registration BC Canada

Company registration in BC Canada. Below are the basic steps for forming (incorporating) a new company in B.C. Canada by a non-Canadian resident. There are other steps that must be considered, such as setting up minutes or records books, establishing a central securities register and issuing share certificates as well as ongoing reporting requirements such as Annual Reports, Change of Directors, address changes.

Company Formations provides fast and easy Company Registration in British Columbia for non-Canadians residents and provides all the documents your new British Columbia corporation will need to stay up-to-date and in compliance with the British Columbia Business Corporation Act.

British Columbia Incorporation Fees:

$2200 (All-Inclusive)

Our British Columbia Incorporation Service includes:

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

Steps to Incorporate a new company in British Columbia, Canada by a non-Canadian resident

Step 1: Request Name Approval and Reservation

To ensure the public is not confused or misled by similar corporate names, new corporate names must be approved by BC Registries and Online Services.

If you choose to use the incorporation number as the company’s name (for example 0123456 B.C. Ltd), you do not need a name approval and reservation. The incorporation number is assigned by us at the time the incorporation application is filed.

Step 2: Establish Your Company’s Articles

The articles are the rules for the company, shareholders, directors, and officers and they become part of the company’s formal records.

Step 3: Prepare an Incorporation Agreement

An incorporation agreement must be signed by each person (incorporator) forming the company. Usually, the incorporators will become the shareholders and directors once the company is incorporated.

Step 4: File an Incorporation Application

The four-step is to submit an online incorporation application with the BC registries office.

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