Securities Regulatory Authorities means the securities commission or similar regulatory authority in each province and territory of Canada that is responsible for administering the Canadian securities legislation in force in such jurisdictions;
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Such plans are subject to review by the applicable Securities Regulatory Authorities pursuant to National Policy 62-202 Take- Over Bids – Defensive Tactics.
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Securities Regulatory Authorities means the securities commissions or similar regulatory authorities in each of the provinces and territories of Canada, and the stock exchanges on which the Common Shares are listed for trading;
Securities Regulatory Authorities means one or more of the members of the Canadian Securities Administrators.
Securities Regulatory Authorities means all applicable securities regulatory authorities, including (i) the provincial and territorial securities regulatory authority in the provinces and territories of Canada in which DundeeWealth is a reporting issuer (or the equivalent), (ii) all applicable federal and state securities regulatory authorities in the United States including, without limitation, the SEC, in each case having or claiming jurisdiction over DundeeWealth, and (iii) the TSX;