In Ottawa, 8 Empty Chairs

Proposed federal securities oversight that has no jurisdiction in 8 of 10 provinces is a test of “laissez-faire” regulation, says an advocate for a national securities commission. Only Ontario and B.C. agreed to replace local securities commissions with a national chief regulator: “We need to do better than that.”

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