What we can do for you

  • We do all paperwork on forming the company in Canada
  • Formation is completely remote
  • Can act as Secretary or Treasury
  • Provide nominee Directors/Shareholders
  • Assist with opening a bank account
  • Registration for Taxes, VAT & EORI
  • Develop a website for your business
  • Create a logo of your brand

How we can assist you further

  • Provide with full company administration services
  • Arrange a mailing address for your business
  • Arrange a virtual office for your company
  • Telephone answering service
  • Book keeping, audit & reporting
  • Preparing and submitting VAT return
  • Dealing with local authority
  • Trademark registration

Canada Company Formation. Canada Ontario Corporation 

Main Characteristics and the basic rules of Company registration in Canada

Canada Company Formation Financial Advantages
Taxation: Yes, 11-16.5%.
Double Taxation Treaty Access: Yes, Canada has tax treaties with other countries to foster cooperation between Canada and other international tax authorities.
Canada Tax Information Exchange Agreements: Yes, Canada signed Exchange Agreements
Account Filing Requirements: Yes accounting / reporting requirements
Annual Return Filing Requirements: No annual return/ reporting requirements
Audit Requirements: No audit required.
Canada Company Formation Registration Requirements
Share Capital: CAD 10,000. Minimum paid up share capital: CAD 1
Classes of Share Available for Canada company formation: Shares with or without voting rights, redeemable shares, registered shares, preference shares, shares of no par value.
Bearer Shares: Not Allowed
Registered Office Required: Yes, required and must be maintained in Canada
Shareholders: Minimum number is one
Directors: Minimum number is one. Can be any nationality but at least 1 must be resident of Canada. Corporate directors are allowed.
Shareholders: Minimum number is one.
Your Company language: English
Name of your Company must be ended: “Corporation”/ Corp., “Limited”/Ltd, “Incorporated”/Inc., “Limitée”/Ltée, “Société par actions de régime fédéral”/S.A.R.F., “Incorprée”
Documents required for Canada company formation: A certified copy of your passport or ID and proof of your residential address dated less than 3 months.
Canada Company Formation Restrictions
For Canada company formation you cannot use words in your company names without justification: “Bank”, “Trustee Company”, “Assurance”, “Building Society”, ”Trust Company”, “Royal” etc.
Restrictions on Trading: None
Not permitted without a licence: Fund management, insurance, Banking, reinsurance, assurance, trust management, collective investment schemes, trusteeship business provision.
Canada Company Formation Confidentiality and Security
Publicly Accessible Records: Yes, accessible.
Nominee Shareholders and Nominee Directors: Yes, Allowed
Disclosure of Beneficial Ownership to Authorities: No
Meetings of Directors and Shareholders to be held: Anywhere
Stability: Stable jurisdiction and great reputation.
About Canada Canada Company formation
Capital city: Ottawa
Region: The Great Canadian Shield is the largest of Canada’s 6 physical regions and includes the Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Newfoundland and Labrador.
Political System: Parliamentary Democracy
Government: Constitutional Monarchy
Governing corporate legislation: The Companies Acts 1931 to 1993. Limited Liability Companies Act 1996. Canada Business Corporations Act (CBCA)
Type of Law: Common
Type of company: International Business Company (IBC)
Currency: Canadian Dollar (CAD)
Exchange Control: None.
Language of Legislation and Corporate Documents: English.
Time Zone: GMT-5.

Canada Company Formation – Benefits

  • Use of a name across Canada
  • Registered office location anywhere in Canada
  • Recognition as a Canadian entity.
  • A corporation has an unlimited life span.
  • Ownership of the business entity is transferable
  • Incorporated businesses can sell shares and equity to drive growth.
  • Taxation. Corporations can benefit from Canada’s small business deduction (16% on the first $200,000 of taxable income).

Our team of consultants are on hand to find out about your specific requirements and take you through the process from start to finish.