Incorporate with the Help of Our Registry Agents in Calgary
Are you ready to launch your own corporation, non-profit or society? We can help you register and incorporate your new business as we are your corporate registry firm in Calgary. Our agents can guide you through the incorporation process, including government-required business name searches for the Calgary area.
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We offer incorporation services at our Calgary location.
The incorporation process differs from entity to entity. If you are unsure how to best incorporate your business, peruse the forms below, consult with our agents, or visit Service Alberta’s guidelines page.
Trust our registry agents with the process of incorporating your new business. We handle a variety of incorporation types, including:
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Take a look at the links below to learn more about our wide range of services. We handle many registrations for both residents and companies, including:
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Choose the appropriate link below to find out more about our entity-specific services and requirements. Please bring the pertinent, completed forms to your appointment.
Alberta law requires the requester to be present for the incorporation process. So, make an appointment at our corporate registry office in Calgary today. You can also reach us out via email or simply fill out our online form and we will get back to you.
Our agents will help you finish any incomplete forms and file them appropriately. We also provide clients with a NUANS search for the Calgary area, to help them find a name for their newly incorporated business.
File for a Society with the Corporate Registry Office
Please file for society incorporation with the Corporate Registry office, using one of the methods listed below.
John E. Brownlee
Box 1007 Station Main
Edmonton, AB T5J 4W6
The first step in incorporation is to select a name and to be certain that the name you have selected is unique and not easily confused with that of another corporation. For advice on selecting names visit the Business Name page of the Service Alberta website. There are naming criteria for all types of corporate entities and it is important that you review the requirements for the type you have selected. All corporations in Alberta must be either named or numbered.
NUANS is a computerized search system that, for the purposes of corporate registry, compares a proposed corporate name to a database of existing corporate names. This comparison determines the similarity that exists between the proposed name and existing names in the database, and produces a listing of names that are found to be most similar. The NUANS report will reserve the proposed name, for a period of 90 days, for the person requesting the report. Business Name Search Reports are different in that, while they provide a list of similar names, there is no exclusive reservation of the name.
NUANS reports, whether they are sent to an authorized service provider or to the Corporate Registry office, must be less than 91 days old and must contain all 6 pages. Either the original or a carbon copy is acceptable.