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The charitable sector in Canada has become more challenging and highly competitive. Donors, regulators, media, the public as well as other stakeholders, have increasingly high expectations of charities and how they operate.


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Upcoming Webinars for the Canadian Charity Law Association

The Canadian Charity Law Association is delivering some upcoming webinars. Registration is free but space is limited. Topics are subject to change.…

Revised P113 – Gifts and Income Tax 2020 – deals with tax benefits of donating to charities

2020 was a turbulent year.   The CRA has updated their document P113 – Gifts and Income Tax for 2020.  The P113 is a helpful guide to the tax…

Lengthy CRA FAQ on the Canada emergency wage subsidy (CEWS)

Here is a long CRA FAQ dealing with the CEWS which was last updated in early February, 2021:   Canada Revenue Agency Frequently asked questions…

In 2021 T3010s will be due within 6 months of the end of a charity’s fiscal year, unlike 2020.

In 2020 CRA gave an extension to many charities to deal with the unexpected events around COVID.  In 2021, unless the situation changes drastically,…

Blumbergs’ Pre-Budget Submission for the Federal Budget 2021 relating to charities, transparency and other issues

As we noted previously the Federal Government has launched pre-budget consultations for the 2021 Federal Budget.   Here is the Blumbergs' Pre-Budget…

Updated CRA Form AUT-01 Authorize a Representative for Offline Access from CRA for charities and others

CRA has published a newer version of Form AUT-01 Authorize a Representative for Offline Access in late December 2020.  The Form AUT-01 can be used by…

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Going the Extra Mile: The Liability of Foreignness in U.S. Foundation International Grantmaking to Local NGOs https://www.canadiancharitylaw.ca/blog/going-the-extra-mile-the-liability-of-foreignness-in-u-s-foundation-international-grantmaking-to-local-ngos/