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There are mainly three forms of business: Sole Proprietorship, Partnership and Corporation.
A sole proprietorship is an unincorporated business that is owned by one person. It's the simplest kind of business structure.
A partnership is an arrangement where two or more persons agree to combine their resources (money, labour, property, or skills) in the operation of a business. In return, each partner is entitled to a share of the profits or losses in the business. The business profits or losses are usually divided among the partners based on the partnership agreement.
Canadian companies may be incorporated either federally or provincially. If your business will operate primarily in Ontario, provincial incorporation may be desirable. If your business will operate in a number of provinces, you may wish to consider federal incorporation. Under provincial incorporation your business name is protected only in the province. As a federally incorporated business, the name has national protection.
The process of business incorporation has three main elements:
1. NUANS Name Search
A name search (unless you are going to be operating a numbered company) must be conducted by a Searcher of Records, and confirms that no one else has a business or registered trade mark with a name the same as, or similar to, the one you have proposed.
2. Articles of Incorporation
Articles of Incorporation are legal documents that establish your business, and must be approved by the government before you do business under that business name.
3. Fee to file your application for incorporation
Fees vary according to the level of government to which you are applying.