Visit the Yukon's Securities and Investment page for helpful information about how to invest your money or to make a complaint about a financial investment.
Select the province or territory where you live.
Discover how the Ontario Securities Commission works to protect investors, foster fair and efficient markets and monitor compliance with rules governing the securities industry in Ontario.
Learn how Nunavut's Office of the Superintendent of Securities protects the investing public, promotes a fair and efficient marketplace and responds to investor complaints.
Learn how the Nova Scotia Securities Commission provides investors with protection through investor education, ensuring regulatory compliance and enforcing securities laws.
Find out how the Office of the Superintendent of Securities protects consumers by licensing securities and mutual fund dealers, enforcing securities laws, responding to investor complaints and more.
Contact Digital Government and Service NL to help you answer questions and mediate complaints about mutual fund and securities sales practices.
Discover how New Brunswick's Financial and Consumer Services Commission can assist you with questions and complaints concerning credit unions, securities, insurance, trust and loan companies and more.
Learn how the Securities Division of the Manitoba Securities Commission protects investors and promotes fair and efficient capital markets throughout the province.
Contact PEI's Superintendent of Securities Office if you have concerns about a company you invested in, the way your investments were handled, or if you believe securities or mutual fund law was breached.
Discover how the British Columbia Securities Commission protects investors by investigating complaints in the investment market.
Learn how the Alberta Securities Commission protects investors by enforcing the province's securities laws as well as protecting investors from improper or fraudulent practices.
Consult the Autorité des marchés financiers for information on the insurance industry, or if you have an issue with an insurance broker or company operating in Quebec.
Discover how Saskatchewan's Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority (FCAA) develops and enforces securities laws, including investigating complaints against those who violate regulations or industry standards.
Discover the common types of investments, the risk levels associated with different types of investments as well, as their associated costs and fees.
Discover what you can expect from a certified financial advisor or planner if you feel your rights aren’t being respected, and what rights and responsibilities you have if you self-direct your investments.
Follow these steps when filing a complaint against a federally regulated financial institution.