TSX Company Manual:

TSX Company Manual
Part I Introduction
Part II Why List on the Toronto Stock Exchange?
Part III Original Listing Requirements
Part IV Maintaining a Listing — General Requirements
Part V Special Requirements for Non-Exempt Issuers
Part VI Changes in Capital Structure of Listed Issuers
Part VII Halting of Trading, Suspension and Delisting of Securities
Part VIII Fees Payable by Listed Companies
Part IX Dealing with the News Media
Part X Special Purpose Acquisition Corporations (SPACs)
Part XI Requirements Applicable to Non-Corporate Issuers
Provisions Respecting Conflict of Interest and Competitors of TMX Group Limited
Forms
Appendices
Notices of Approval
Requests for Comments
Staff Notices to Applicants, Listed Issuers, Securities Lawyers and Participating Organizations
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  • Sec. 306.

    The minimum listing requirements specifically contemplate the listing of equity securities of corporations. The Toronto Stock Exchange has historically been and continues to be a diversified marketplace, and consideration will be given to the listing of other types of securities and/or entities on request.

    The criteria have been designed as guidelines, and the Exchange reserves the right to exercise its discretion in applying them. This discretion may well take into consideration facts or situations unique to a particular applicant, resulting in the granting or denial of a listing application notwithstanding the published criteria.

    The Exchange will also take into consideration an applicant's status regarding compliance with the requirements of other regulatory agencies. In addition, the Exchange must be satisfied that an applicant is in compliance with Exchange policies applicable to listed companies, including those policies described in subsequent sections of this Part III of the Manual.