Canadian Charities Working with Other Organizations that are not Registered Charities

January 06, 2006 | By: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) Mark Blumberg
Topics: Featured, Canadian Charity Law, Ethical Issues and Canadian Charities, Canadian Charities Operating Abroad, Foreign Charities Operating in Canada

In this article I discuss how Canadian charities can work with other Canadian or International Organizations that are not registered Canadian charities as long as they maintain direction and control of the Canadian resources.

It is very important that charities understand the difference between being a “conduit” versus a “structured arrangement” with direction and control.

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