Topics: News, What's New from the Charities Directorate of CRA, Canadian Charity Law, New corporate non-profit acts
Wayne Gray, Allen Doppelt and myself will be presenting a webinar for the Canadian Bar Association on “Continuance Under the New Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act”
“Continuance Under the New Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act
Oct. 17, 2013
Presented live via webconference by the CBA National Business Law Section
There is one year left in the 3-year transition from the Canada Corporations Act (“CCA”) to the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act (“CNCA”). So far, roughly 5% of CCA corporations have completed the transition. The deadline to continue is October 17, 2014, after which the CCA corporation becomes vulnerable to involuntary dissolution. Our panelists have accumulated considerable experience with continuance under the CNCA and have dealt with many practical issues. Attend this program and get valuable insight and practical guidance into continuance under the CNCA. This webinar will cover:
• Step-by-step process to continue under the CNCA;
• Pre-clearance with CRA Charities Directorate (for registered charities and RCAAAs);
• Articles of continuance - contents (including variations depending on whether corporation is soliciting or
non-soliciting), approval and filing;
• By-laws - contents, timing of approval and filing with Corporations Canada;
• Post-continuance organization/filings (including CRA); and
• Other special issues that charities need to know about in respect of continuance.
Material will include a precedent continuance checklist, articles, and by-laws based on Corporations Canada’s models.
Allen Doppelt, Barrister and Solicitor
Mark Blumberg, Blumberg Segal LLP
Wayne Gray, McMillan LLP “
Here is a link to the registration page: http://www.cbapd.org/details_en.aspx?id=na_onoct413
Do you require legal advice with respect to Canadian or Ontario non-profits or charities?
Mark Blumberg is a partner at the law firm of Blumberg Segal LLP in Toronto and works almost exclusively in the areas of non-profit and charity law.