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Natalie Latondress

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Natalie is the operations manager at Ontario Business Central with over 10 years of experience as a corporate specialist.  Natalie has vast knowledge and experience with all services provided at OBC and has taken on more complex corporate structures such as Articles of Continuance, Articles of Revival, and Supplementary Letters Patent. She also provides extensive assistance to foreign corporations registering in Ontario.  Natalie operated her own business and understands the world of entrepreneurship, the commitment, blood, sweat and tears involved in starting and growing a business. She is committed to helping others start their dreams of owning a business and helping to make it a reality. Natalie is a dedicated individual who believes the client comes first. To speak with Natalie, reach out by email or phone - [email protected] | 1-416-599-9009 ext. 221. You can also follow Natalie on LinkedIn.
cannabis Saskatchewan
The Province of Saskatchewan has taken action to create legislation around the Canada-wide legalization of non-medical cannabis. Those who wish to operate a non-medical cannabis business must adhere to these specific guidelines designed explicitly for recreational cannabis businesses in Saskatchewan. Online Sales In order to sell cannabis online, a retailer must...
selling cannabis marijuana
The Province of Manitoba has established regulations around the purchase, possession and consumption of cannabis within the Province, following the nation-wide legalization of non-medical cannabis. Along with a minimum age of 19 for use, purchase and possession of cannabis, Manitobans are also barred from carrying more than 30 grams,...
cannabis laws Alberta
With the Federal legalization of non-medical cannabis, the Province of Alberta has created legislation to provide for legal and controlled access to non-medical cannabis. For non-medical cannabis business owners, some specific guidelines and regulations must be followed in order to operate a non-medical cannabis business in Alberta. Online Sales When it...
Cannabis British Columbia
In response to the Canada-wide legalization of non-medical cannabis, the Province of British Columbia has created legislation to allow for the safe, legal and controlled access to non-medical cannabis throughout the Province. Included in this legislation are guidelines and regulations that non-medical cannabis business owners must adhere to operate...
yoga studio
The Yoga industry is a booming business. From all over the world people have shown interest in yoga to get relief from stress and to have a balanced physical and mental health. If you are enticed to turn your yoga skills into a thriving business here is an overview...
bakery shop owners
Are you the go-to cake/cupcake person for every birthday? Do you make the best “only one more bite” desserts? If so, turning your talents, knowledge and will-to-succeed into a profitable bakery business may be the next step on your path to success. A bakery is a very specific type...
wood shop business owners
If you have been interested in incorporating in Manitoba, Ontario Business Central offers assistance through this process. The details below provide a general overview of what is required and common questions asked when incorporating. Incorporating in Manitoba offers the availability to submit the Name Reservation and Articles of Incorporation...
Portrait Beauty Product Shop Manager
Have you been wondering if you should register your corporation in Alberta? If so, look no further! Ontario Business Central assists you through the process of registering the corporation and essential information to get started. What is required to register your corporation in Alberta?1 or more persons can incorporate in...
new business owners shop
How exciting! If you are looking to Incorporate in Saskatchewan, the process is now easier than ever through Ontario Business Central. The information below will provide you with the details required to get your dream started. What is required to Incorporate in SaskatchewanA minimum of one person can incorporate in...
Start Your Business Now
British Columbia is one of the only jurisdictions in Canada offering the availability to Non-Residents of Canada to incorporate as a sole director, officer and shareholder of a Corporation in Canada. In most other jurisdictions, a minimum of 25% of directors are required to be Canadian Citizens or Permanent...