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Register - Reporting issuers in Québec - Securities

The AMF maintains a List of reporting issuers for the purpose of identifying:

  • reporting issuers in Québec;
  • reporting issuers that have failed to provide periodic disclosure about their business and internal affairs in accordance with the conditions determined by regulation or failed to provide any other disclosure prescribed by regulation and to pay the required fee;
  • reporting issuers under a cease trade order.
     

The list, which is updated on a daily basis, takes into account all documents filed on the previous day. More information about the list of reporting issuers is available through the following:

You can also consult the Canadian Securities Administrators Notice 51-322 Reporting Issuer Default

Further information is also available by:

  • consulting the documents filed by the reporting issuer on SEDAR
  • contacting the issuer directly;
  • consulting the AMF website;
  • consulting the database of cease trade orders (CTOs) posted on the website of the Canadian Securities Administrators.

The AMF will make every effort to ensure the accuracy of the list. However, reporting issuers should promptly contact the AMF if they do not appear on the list of reporting issuer in Québec or if they are inadvertently identified as being in default.

If you need more information on an inssuer, or if you wish to confirm details included in the list, contact our Information Centre, by e-mail : Request for information.

Search for a reporting issuer

You may consult the reporting issuer list, or conduct your search alphabetically or by issuer's name, according to the name of the reporting issuer, or use the search engine below.

Various default codes are used on the list of reporting issuers. The codes appear under the heading “Defaults” and refer to the Default Nomenclature.