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Canadian securities regulators are launching a project to reduce the “regulatory burden” on publicly listed companies, proposing measures such as semi-annual reporting of financial results instead of quarterly reporting.

The Canadian Securities Administrators, an umbrella group for provincial securities commissions, issued a report Thursday outlining various ideas to streamline regulations for companies, and asking for suggestions of other areas to tackle.

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