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Canadian Regulators Publish Crowdfunding Exemption and Registration Framework for Funding Portals

Canadian Regulators Publish Crowdfunding Exemption and Registration Framework for Funding Portals

CrowdFundBeat News Wire  Toronto – The securities regulatory authorities in Manitoba, Ontario, Québec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia (collectively, the participating jurisdictions) today published in final formMultilateral Instrument 45-108 Crowdfunding, which introduces a crowdfunding prospectus exemption for issuers as well as a registration framework for funding portals. The MI 45-108 crowdfunding regime will enable businesses to benefit from greater access to capital from a large number of investors online, through a funding portal operated by a registered dealer. “This new crowdfunding regime is another way to facilitate capital raising for start-ups and…

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Crowdfunding “The Funny Thing About Cancer!”

Crowdfunding “The Funny Thing About Cancer!”

Toronto, CA — (ReleaseWire) — 01/20/2015 – Laughter is the best medicine and truer words were never spoken when it comes to cancer patients. That’s because every cancer patient lives under a black cloud in the form of a question that dominates their daily existence; will they beat cancer or will cancer kill them? Comedian and cancer patient Josh Haddon is administering his own method of cancer treatment by following in the footsteps of famous comedians who took their own medical scares and turned them into laughs. Comedy legend Richard Pryor…

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Is crowdfunding replacing fundraising?

Is crowdfunding replacing fundraising?

Ligia Mangra,  Content Writer at Squirrly There’s a lot of rumor that crowdfunding might be either making fundraising become extinct or improving it by taking away from it its face-to-face quality. The truth of the matter, I guess, is somewhere in between. Traditional fundraising involved going on streets, knocking on people’s doors and asking them to give you money, or throwing large parties for charity, in which you invited a lot of people (if possible, rich people) to help you raise money for your cause. Things change, and by crowdfunding it’s now become easier, faster…

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How Much Money Can a Company Keep When Crowdfunding?

How Much Money Can a Company Keep When Crowdfunding?

By Brian Koscak and Alixe Cormick, Crowdfunding Beat Guest Contributors De-Mystifying Minimum, Maximum, ‘Keep – it – All’ and ‘All – or – Nothing’ Offerings Securities regulators and those active in the financial industry seem to have their own secret language. Sometimes it can be difficult for companies and investors to understand what it all means. In this article, we are going to de-mystify various terms which describe how much money a company can keep when crowdfunding. In particular, we are going to discuss what it means when a company says it…

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Code4Armour™ Launched New Life-saving Alert Wearable 25% of Goal Reached in First Day

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TORONTO, Oct. 1, 2014 /CNW/ – Code4Armour™ launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo that invites people across North America to pre-order the Code4Armour™ service. The campaign reached 25% of its overall funding goal within the first six hours. The campaign is set to trigger awareness for the life-saving service that benefits people with special medical needs. The crowdfunding campaign is live until November 9 at http://igg.me/at/code4armour. “The public has spoken,” said Michael Egan, CEO of Code4Armour. “We have been working on developing this service for over a year now and…

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