Lots of topical presentations dealing with the non-profit and charity sector in Canada


Every year Blumbergs has its Blumbergs’ Canadian Charity Law Institute. This year for the second time we will be doing a “mini-institute” – very virtual, much shorter and more affordable but covering a number of topics that are of concern to Canadian charities. This program was recorded on Wednesday, October 6, 2021. It was the 10th Blumbergs’ Canadian Charity Law Institute. The program went for 4 hours.


We covered a number of different topics:

State of the Sector, Federal Election, Disbursement Quota consultation and Impact of COVID, Mark Blumberg, Blumberg Segal LLP

For us, By us: How communities are leading the change, Liban Abokor, Foundation for Black Communities

Dealing with the new Ontario Not-For-Profit Corporations Act (ONCA), Mark Blumberg, Blumberg Segal LLP

CNCA update, Coleen Kirby, Corporations Canada, Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

Indigenous Perspectives in Fundraising, Sharon Redsky, Redsky Fundraising

Provincial Corporations Moving to the Federal CNCA, Uma KarthigeyanBlumberg Segal LLP

Dealing with the complexity of compliance for non-profits and registered charities, Mark Blumberg, Blumberg Segal LLP


It was a half-day of practical legal and ethical compliance information geared toward charities, professional advisors and those interested in regulatory issues affecting charities and the non-profit sector. The price is $125 for the Institute.