Certificate of Incorporation in Ontario

Your certificate of incorporation is proof of incorporation and includes several key pieces of information about your Ontario corporation.

When a new corporation in Ontario is incorporated, the Government of Ontario issues a Certificate of Incorporation. Certificates of Incorporation include several key pieces of information about the corporation, such as:

  • The name of the corporation
  • The Ontario Corporation Number assigned to the corporation
  • The date that the company was incorporated
  • A statement certifying that the company is a corporation incorporated under the laws of the Province of Ontario

At Canada Business Hub we have the services you need to incorporate your business and to obtain a Certificate of Incorporation. To this end, we offer an Ontario Incorporation package which provides you with a name search, preparation and filing of the Articles of Incorporation, as well as corporate organization, including the preparation of corporate by-laws, organizational resolutions, share certificates, registers & ledgers. All of these organizational documents are mandatory for all corporations. The purchase of a corporate minute book and seal is also available, along with registration services for a variety of tax accounts. After you have incorporated your business using our cost-effective incorporation package, you will have the right to conduct business anywhere within the Province of Ontario, as long as you are doing so under the corporate name identified on your certificate of incorporation.

At Canada Business Hub we look forward to helping you successfully incorporate your business. If you would like to know more about our fee structure or the different services we offer, please contact us.

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