So was looking around to see where one report Suzanne Bertolas if one was inclined to do so...
Does Canada have the equivalent of the SEC (Security and Exchange Commission) who regulates the Canadian Stock market?
Since most major stocks trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange, which is located in Toronto, Ontario, then the Ontario Securities Commission is, de facto, the securities regulator in Canada. If you want your company to trade on the TSX, you must comply with the Ontario securities regulations. Ontario has little interest in the other provincial regulations
The Canadian system of securities regulation is a bit different that that employed in the US. Each province and territory has its own regulator. However, they cooperate in the form of the Canadian Securities Administration
Recently the CSA decided to prohibit binary options.[/ltr]
In Canada, securities regulation falls to the individual provinces and territories. So we have 13 securities regulators in Canada.[/ltr]