The Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) regulates capital markets in Ontario, and an essential part of its role is developing rules and guidelines that protect investors.
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As part of Ontario’s Digital and Data Directive, the OSC publishes an inventory of datasets, which users can access free of charge. Learn more about the OSC’s publicly available datasets here: https://t.co/rUHOjpDuNh pic.twitter.com/52LJyNLJnl— OSC News (@OSC_News) July 29, 2022