Tree Island Steel follows SEDAR document filing systems for all reports pertaining to the corporation.
What is SEDAR?
The System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval (SEDAR) is a Canadian mandatory document filing and retrieval system for all Canadian public companies. It is in general similar to EDGAR, the filing system of a similar nature operated by the Securities and Exchange Commission of the United States of America, for all United States public companies. SEDAR is operated by the Canadian Securities Administrators, a coordinating body comprising the 13 Canadian provincial and territorial securities commissions.
The SEDAR database contains hundreds of thousands of submissions by public companies, and searches of the database can be made by company name, industry group, document type or date. Documents are accessible by date filed, document size, and the general nature of the document.
Through SEDAR registered filing agents, public companies file documents such as prospectuses, financial statements and material change reports with the regulatory authorities. These documents are accessible by the public to further the goal of transparency and full disclosure.