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    What should do after I set up my company in Ontario? Hold a Organizing Meeting.
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    Once you have incorporated, you will need to hold an organizing meeting of the first directors to adopt any by-laws, appoint an auditor (or dispense with this requirement), appoint officers, stipulate who may take and renew security agreements on behalf of the corporation, issue shares, set a financial year end, adopt a corporate seal, set the registered office location, set the location of books and records, and set a time for a first members' meeting. All of these things should be done through a corporate resolution signed by all of the directors. This organizing meeting of the directors must be followed by an organizing shareholders' meeting, which should approve the actions taken at the organizing meeting of the directors through a shareholders' resolution.

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