If you’ve sorted through the many types of business structures and decided to create a corporation, you’re facing a list of important — but manageable — tasks. Here’s what you must do:
Choose an available business name that complies with the Alberta Business corporation rules.
Appoint the initial directors of your corporation.
File formal paperwork, usually called “articles of incorporation,” and pay a filing fee that ranges from $100 to $800, depending on the state where you incorporate.
Create corporate “bylaws,” which lay out the operating rules for your corporation.
Hold the first meeting of the board of directors.
Issue stock certificates to the initial owners (shareholders) of the corporation.
Obtain any licenses and permits that are required for your business.
Company Formations Canada provides fast and easy Alberta Incorporation Service and provides all the documents your new Alberta corporation will need to stay up-to-date and in compliance with the Alberta Business Corporation Act.
We Offer only one full incorporation package for only $99.99 and this package includes:
Receipt and review of your incorporation information.
If you choose to incorporated a named company, we conduct a Provincial or NUANS pre screen search of your proposed corporate name and advise you if there are any difficulties with your name.
Preparation and filing of Certificate of Incorporation.
Preparation of Organizational Minutes – covering the election of directors and officers, issuing shares, the form of share certificates and fixing the number of directors.
Preparation of Corporate By-Laws which sets out the organization of the corporation, including the powers and election of directors and officers, filling vacancies, holding meetings of shareholders and directors, required notice periods, setting the fiscal year end and the execution of documents.
Preparation of the Register of directors, the Register of Shareholders, the Register of Officers and the Stock Transfer Register.
Issuance of share certificates per your instructions
Blank share certificates
Shareholder ledgers for each shareholder
Provincial-specific startup checklist