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The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority has closed its offices as a preventative COVID-19 measure. Read our COVID-19 alert to see what changes have been made in response to the crisis.

 

FCAA staff will not be working July 31, 2020 as it is a floating holiday for Saskatchewan government employees.

 

  • Ontario introduces interim registration and prospectus exemptions to facilitate start-up securities crowdfundingJuly 30, 2020 - The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) today announced that in light of COVID-19 and the challenges it presents to small businesses seeking to raise capital, the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) made an interim local order that adopts the start-up crowdfunding regime currently in place in certain other Canadian jurisdictions (the Interim Order).Read More
  • Investor Alert - Warning about bitcoin trader, CrypTrade24July 29, 2020 - The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA) is alerting the public about CrypTrade24, a cryptocurrency exchange claiming to be registered in the Netherlands and operating from an address in Manitoba.Read More
  • Do you know who you're giving your money to?July 27, 2020 - The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA) wants to educate seniors on how to protect themselves from financial scams and frauds.Read More

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