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Can I find the name of shareholders of a Canadian corporation that is not a public company?



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Under securities law in Ontario, public companies are required to share information on major shareholders. For more information, see this previous question.

You may be able to obtain a list of registered shareholders from a company that is not public by contacting the company directly. However, they would not be required to provide this information under securities law in Ontario.

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