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The Securities Act (Alberta), RSA 2000 cS-4, is the statute that establishes Alberta's securities laws and gives the Alberta Securities Commission its powers and duties. The Revised Statutes of Alberta (RSA) 2000 came into effect on January 1, 2002. Since that revision, the Act has been amended a number of times over the years. The statutes that contain these amendments are linked below, and each one can be viewed by clicking on the name of the statute.
Looking for the Alberta Securities Commission Rules (General) and Forms? See Regulatory Instruments.
Securities Amendment Act, 2007
Related: ASC Notice - Bill 21 Securities Amendment Act 2007
2(e) was repealed
and replaced by 20 of the
Act, 2008 (Bill 38)
10 was repealed and
replaced by 16 of the Securities Amendment
Act, 2011 (Bill 4)
Securities Amendment Act, 2006
Related: Notice of proposed amendments to the Securities Act
Securities Amendment Act, 2005
Related: Proclamation of Remainder of Bill 19
Related: June 8 Partial Proclamation of Securities Amendment Act 2005
Related: Partial Proclamation of Securities Amendment Act 2005
Securities Amendment Act, 2003
Related: Notice of update on amendments to the Securities Amendment Act 2003 and the Securities Regulation
Related: Notice of proclamation of Securities Amendment Act 2003 and amendments to the Securities Regulation
Related: Notice of proposed amendments to the Securities Act, Bill 14 received first reading
May 16, 2003
Securities Regulations are laws made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council. The current Securities Regulation establishes the process the ASC must follow to make rules. It was reviewed by the Alberta Treasury Board and Finance prior to June 30, 2019 in accordance with Section 13 of the Securities Regulation.