Notice of Shareholders’ Meetings
(1) Notice of the time and place of a meeting of shareholders shall be sent in the case of an offering corporation not less than twenty-one days and in the case of any other corporation not less than ten days but, in either case, not more than fifty days before the meeting,
(a) to each shareholder entitled to vote at the meeting;
(b) to each director; and
(c) to the auditor of the corporation.
(2) A notice of a meeting is not required to be sent to shareholders who were not registered on the records of the corporation or its transfer agent on the record date determined under subsection 95(2) or (3), but failure to receive a notice does not deprive a shareholder of the right to vote at the meeting.
(3) If a meeting of shareholders is adjourned for less than thirty days, it is not necessary, unless the by-laws otherwise provide, to give notice of the adjourned meeting other than by announcement at the earliest meeting that is adjourned.
(4) If a meeting of shareholders is adjourned by one or more adjournments for an aggregate of thirty days or more, notice of the adjourned meeting shall be given as for an original meeting but, unless the meeting is adjourned by one or more adjournments for an aggregate of more than ninety days, section 111 does not apply.
(5) All business transacted at a special meeting of shareholders and all business transacted at an annual meeting of shareholders, except consideration of the minutes of an earlier meeting, the financial statements and auditor’s report, election of directors and reappointment of the incumbent auditor, shall be deemed to be special business.
(6) Notice of a meeting of shareholders at which special business is to be transacted shall state or be accompanied by a statement of,
(a) the nature of that business in sufficient detail to permit the shareholder to form a reasoned judgment thereon; and
(b) the text of any special resolution or by-law to be submitted to the meeting.