When a company seeks to incorporate (federally or provincially), it must file its Articles of Incorporation with the government. The Articles of Incorporation outline the company’s name, registered address, number of directors, name and address of the company’s directors, object/purpose of the corporation, number of shares, voting rights, restrictions on transfer of shares, etc.
The Articles of Incorporation act as proof of the company’s business registration.
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