Monthly Archives: January 2017

The Legal Revolution Against Religion

This entry is part 32 of 33 in the series Trinity Western University.

This entry is part 32 of 33 in the series Trinity Western University. For centuries the law in western countries has accommodated religious beliefs and practices. There are many examples, such as, the law allowing a Sikh boy to wear a kirpan when he attends school despite the rule that… More

CRA Releases Folio on Split Receipting and Deemed Fair Market Value

Authored by Philip Milley, Associate Director of Legal Affairs The Canada Revenue Agency (“CRA”) recently released a folio on Split-receipting and Deemed Fair Market Value. This folio provides CRA’s technical interpretation of subsections 248(30) to (41) of the Income Tax Act. CRA’s less technical discussion of the split receipting rules which were… More

Inspiring Missions in Vancouver

Authored By John Hall, Executive Director, Missions Fest Vancouver Missions Fest Vancouver has served the Christian community of Vancouver and the Fraser Valley for 34 years. What began as a small collaborative effort to put on a mission conference between a number of churches in the region, has now grown… More

New Blog: Stories of Faith from Canadian Charities

Throughout 2017 many celebrations will be underway for Canada’s 150th anniversary. One of those initiatives is Faith in Canada 150, a celebration of faith in our common life. To participate in the Faith in Canada 150 conversation, CCCC has launched a new blog called Stories of Faith from Canadian Charities…. More