Canadian securities regulators issue guidance regarding disruption of mail service

CSA Securities

Vancouver – In light of the possibility of a Canada-wide rotating postal strike starting Monday, October 22, 2018, the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) recommends that all stakeholders required to deliver materials to any CSA member, as well as deliver documents to security holders, contact their local securities regulator or visit their local regulator’s This link will open in a new window website for guidance regarding prescribed delivery obligations.

The CSA also recommends that stakeholders regularly verify updates regarding the rotating postal strike within their own provinces, territories and/or districts, as service interruptions may vary from region to region.

The CSA, the council of the securities regulators of Canada’s provinces and territories, coordinates and harmonizes regulation for the Canadian capital markets.

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For media inquiries, please refer to the list of provincial and territorial representatives below or contact us at [email protected]:

CSA member name

Point of contact

Phone number

Autorité des marchés financiers

Sylvain Théberge


Alberta Securities Commission

Hilary McMeekin


British Columbia Securities Commission

Andrew Poon


Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan

Shannon McMillan


Financial and Consumer Services Commission, New Brunswick

Sara Wilson


Government of Prince Edward Island, Superintendent of Securities

Steve Dowling


Manitoba Securities Commission

Jason (Jay) Booth


Nova Scotia Securities Commission

David Harrison


Nunavut Securities Office

Jeff Mason


Office of the Superintendent of Securities, Newfoundland and Labrador

Craig Whalen


Superintendent of Securities, Department of Justice, Government of the Northwest Territories

Tom Hall


Office of the Yukon Superintendent of Securities

Rhonda Horte


Ontario Securities Commission

Kristen Rose