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Hi - question on mergers and acquisitions in canada and filings pertaining


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to that. Sorry if this is a dumb question. I know in the US companies must file a proxy statement on a merger or acquisition. As part of this they must put in the rationale and a valuation of the business being acquired. I think that's true of spin offs also. I was just wondering if that is true of canadian companies too. And if so what the filing is called?

 

I ask because I am starting to look @ the precious metals mining space. It looks like there could/should be more consolidation there, and that prices on an asset basis look cheap. though the cash flow situation looks precarious for many. So I thought I would start looking early. And thought maybe these filings might be a starting point for standards in valuing the companies.

 

Any information pertaining to these questions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks guys.

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