Subsidiary corporation in Canada

Subject to certain exceptions, a business may incorporate under the federal or any of the provincial corporate statutes. In any case, incorporation is accomplished simply by filing the Articles of Incorporation and paying a modest fee to the appropriate government authority.

A number of factors guide the investor in choosing between federal and provincial incorporation. Quite often, due consideration must be given to whether the company needs to protect its business name across the country. While a federal corporation may carry on business in every province under its corporate name, similar rights may not apply to a provincially incorporated company. Thus, an issue could arise if the provincially incorporated company’s name conflicts with that of an existing corporation or business entity in another province. On the other hand, provincial incorporation may offer advantages, particularly where corporate operations are restricted to a single province.

Fast & Easy Canada Company Registration for Non-Canadian Residents and Foreign Companies

Company Formations provides fast and easy Company Registration in Canada for non-Canadians residents and foreign companies interested in doing business in Canada and provides all the documents your new Canada corporation will need to stay up-to-date and in compliance with your province of registration corporation 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

For more information about our Canada company registration service, please contact us at [email protected]