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Miller Thomson LLP
An effective board of directors is key to the success of any charity or not-for-profit entity ("NFP").
Miller Thomson LLP
Charities and non-profits are often faced with the question of whether to incorporate. Our simple answer is this: prevention is the best medicine.
Torkin Manes LLP
The Ontario Ministry of Government and Consumer Services (Ministry) recently released new information confirming further delay for Ontario's Not-for-Profit Corporations Act
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
On May 4, 2020, significant changes to British Columbia's lobbyist registration regime will come into effect.
Miller Thomson LLP
The ONCA was passed in 2010 and has been subject to amendments and a number of projected implementation dates since it was first passed.
Miller Thomson LLP
The legal obligations of charities and NPOs to comply with recordkeeping requirements cannot be understated.
Miller Thomson LLP
Compliance with the above is very important.
Miller Thomson LLP
At this time of year, many charities ask for donations that can be provided to needy families in the form of Christmas hampers.
Miller Thomson LLP
Miller Thomson's Social Impact Group is delighted to present an update for 2019.
MLT Aikins LLP
If the sponsorship is significant, the parties may consider entering into a sponsorship agreement. Some organizations may consider implementing an internal policy that a sponsorship agreement
Clark Wilson LLP
In some cases, a gift to a charity provided through a will becomes impossible to fulfill because the charity no longer exists after the will-maker's death.
Miller Thomson LLP
Charities enter regularly into gift agreements with donors who wish to establish or make contributions to endowment funds.
Miller Thomson LLP
This particular case involved a religious organization with activities in Canada and overseas.
Miller Thomson LLP
The ITA is not the only law that regulates partisan activity.
Miller Thomson LLP
The Fairbairns were angel investors in a technology company that had proven to be very successful.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
A city's duty of care is the focus of McAllister v. The City of Calgary, 2019 ABCA 214.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Attention all registered charities! Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is inviting registered charities interested in receiving donations of surplus goods from the federal government to identify themselves.
Importantly, a long list of claim categories is excluded from the CRT's jurisdiction.
Aird & Berlis LLP
It was appointed by the Senate at the end of January 2018, tasked with delivering its report by the end of the year. In November, that target was extended to September of this year.
McKercher LLP
The Canada Revenue Agency has recently declared that as of March 31, 2019 all official charitable donations receipts must include the name and website address of the Canada Revenue Agency
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