Flow-through shares are a huge win-win. You get funding earlier, and investors get a tax incentive that makes investing in your company less risky.
Canadians are ready to invest in our collective future. Expanding flow-through to Canadian cleantech companies, including those that specialize in solar power, will help Canadians and capital markets work together to capture this opportunity, writes Jacob Malthouse. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
A little-known policy turned Canada into a mining powerhouse and is now poised to do the same for cleantech.
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