In force: 2019-06-13
337. The amalgamated corporation is, as of the date and, if applicable, the time shown on the certificate of amalgamation issued by the enterprise registrar, a regulated business corporation.
If one of the amalgamating corporations is a mutual-interest regulated business corporation, the amalgamated corporation is also a mutual-interest regulated business corporation. Any reference to such an amalgamating corporation in the private Act governing it is replaced by a reference to the amalgamated mutual-interest regulated business corporation. Subject to the third paragraph, the articles of amalgamation may contain any provision departing from the sections of that private Act that apply to the regulated business corporation, or provide that all or some of those sections cease to have effect and replace them by any other provision not contrary to the Business Corporations Act (chapter S-31.1) or this Act.
The rights in the mutual-interest regulated business corporation conferred on the mutual legal person and its members by the private Act, and the obligation imposed on that legal person to be the holder of control of the corporation or the holder of any other interest in its capital, are unaffected by the amalgamation. Any provision to the contrary in the articles of amalgamation is deemed unwritten.