On March 20, 2014, the Ontario Securities Commission proposed four new exemptions, including the Offering Memorandum exemption that will enable all investors to potentially invest up to $10,000 and eligible investors who earn $75,000 or more (or $125,000 with their spouse) to invest up to $30,000, pending a suitability review for each investor. The proposal is presently under review and the OSC is accepting feedback until June 18, 2014. Please click on the button below to learn more about the new exemptions.
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