One of the measures of control is that a Canadian charity should provide periodic transfers of funds to an intermediary.

In CRA’s Guidance “Using an Intermediary to Carry out a Charity’s Activities within Canada” it notes:
5.6. What are periodic transfers?
Making periodic transfers is the process of sending a charity’s resources to an intermediary in instalments, based on demonstrated performance, rather than in one transfer.
When appropriate, a charity should keep the right to discontinue the transfer of money and have unused funds returned if it is not satisfied with the reporting, progress, or outcome of an activity. This will allow the charity to stop funding an activity if the charity’s resources are being misused or for any other valid reason.

For more information on the CRA Guidance “Using an Intermediary to Carry out a Charity’s Activities within Canada” (Reference number CG-004) see:
https://www.canadiancharitylaw.ca/index.php/blog/category/using_intermediaries_in_canada/ or
http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/chrts-gvng/chrts/plcy/cgd/ntrmdry-eng.html