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The charity sector in Canada is vitally important. Charitydata.cabeta provides some information on registered charities as disclosed by those charities in their T3010 annual return. The information provided on this website is provided “as is”, subject to our disclaimer, and may not be accurate and/or complete. We hope that you find charitydata.ca helpful.

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November 17, 2017

Upcoming Blumbergs’ Events for 2018 - Bootcamp, T3010 and Receipting

Understanding legal compliance for registered charities is not easy but Blumbergs is offering 3 exciting new upcoming events in 2018 that will help.   We will have our Canadian Charity Law Bootcamp in April which provides a full day overview of charity law regulation.  Then in June we will have a half-day Fundamentals of the T3010 and Transparency for Canadian charities.  In September we will have the half-day Fundamentals of Receipting by Canadian charities.  Inaccurately completing the T3010 and improperly issuing receipts are the two most common compliance concerns for registered charities and these educational programs are designed to help charity directors, staff, and volunteers to tackle these challenges.  You can find out more information below.  Space is limited and these programs are not offered regularly - so if you think they could be of assistance to your charity then sign up now.   Learning about compliance requirements for charities through educational programs can save your charity lots of money on legal fees and avoid tremendous anxiety.   

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November 14, 2017

Cutting Unnecessary Red Tape Act, 2017 (Bill 154) has passed and received Royal Assent today

As we have noted before the Cutting Unnecessary Red Tape Act, 2017 (Bill 154) has passed and today it received Royal Assent.  It will make a number of changes to the current Ontario Corporations Act and also the upcoming Ontario Not-For-Profit Corporations (ONCA) which will come into force in a few years.  The Ontario Government position has not changed in that the Government has said that it would provide at least 2 years’ notice before ONCA is proclaimed. 

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