Ottawa-based Wi-LAN plans to continue offering securities to investors in the United States.
The patent licensing company, which is traded on both the NASDAQ and the Toronto Stock Exchange filed its Form 40-F with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday.
Canadian companies that trade securities on U.S. markets are required to complete the form every year.
The Ottawa Hospital’s future neuroscience institute ‘a game changer’ for ground-breaking treatment
The new neuroscience institute will provide a hub for brain-related researchers and clinicians – one of the strongest of its kind in the world.
Meet the team bringing talent and jobs to Eastern Ontario
The OEEDC has been supporting economic development in Eastern Ontario by putting the region on the map.
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