Monthly Archives: September 2016

Your Opinion Matters: CRA Consultations on Political Activities is Now Live

Authored by Philip Milley, Associate Director of Legal Affairs On September 27, 2016 the Minister of National Revenue announced the launch of consultations to clarify the rules regarding the involvement of charities in political activities. As part of this engagement process, the CRA is collecting feedback from charities and the public on the… More

Thinking about millennials

Duncan joined CCCC in July to help us develop some very interesting new programs for our members. As a millennial, one of his interests is helping older generations work with younger generations and vice versa. So we’ve given him a platform to help you Boomers and Gen Xers to not only… More

The Oxford Symposium on Law and Religion 2016

The fourth annual symposium of the International Consortium of Law and Religion Studies (ICLARS) was held September 8-11, 2016 at St. Hughes College, Oxford University. It was a great opportunity to meet with colleagues in the field of law and religion. Over the years I have come to greatly appreciate… More

Innocent absenteeism & what Christian charities can do to manage it

Absenteeism Employee absenteeism can be particularly challenging and time consuming for Christian charity leaders to manage.  Of course this isn’t an issue limited to the charitable sector.  The Conference Board of Canada reported that the average absence rate among Canadian employers in 2015 was 8.9 days per full time employee, and that absenteeism cost… More