Yearly Archives: 2018

Government’s Response to Unconstitutional Political Activity Limits

Authored by Philip Milley, Associate Director, Legal Affairs I have been watching the case of the charity Canada Without Poverty since their charitable status was revoked for exceeding the 10% amount of permissible political activity spending. As you may recall, Canada Without Poverty devoted over 98% of its resources to political activity…. More

CRA’s IT Modernization Launch Delayed

Authored by Philip Milley, Associate Director Legal Affairs Regular readers of the CCCC Bulletin will be aware that CRA will be requiring charities to create and use an online My Business Account to interact with CRA. The online portal will allow a charity to file its information return (T3010) and registration application (T2050),… More

Mailing Address for Paper T3010 Submission has Changed

Authored by Philip Milley, Associate Director Legal Affairs Every year, charities are required to complete and file Form T3010, Registered Charity Information Return, within six months of the charity’s fiscal year. Failure to file the T3010 on time is cause for the revocation of the charity’s registered status and may… More

Congratulations, Tyndale University College & Seminary!

By demonstrating integrity and complying with the CCCC Standards of Accountability, Tyndale University College & Seminary has earned the right to display the Seal of Accountability. Range of Academic Disciplines   Tyndale was founded in 1894 in Toronto, Ontario and is now comprised of students from 60 ethnic backgrounds and 40 denominations…. More

Congratulations, Childcare International Society!

By demonstrating integrity and complying with the CCCC Standards of Accountability, Childcare International Society (“CCI”) has earned the right to display the Seal of Accountability. Breaking the Cycle of Poverty, One Child at a Time CCI is dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty around the world by addressing the educational,… More

TWU Drops Mandatory Community Covenant

This entry is part 42 of 42 in the series Trinity Western University.

TWU’s Board of Governors decided on Thursday, August 9, that its Community Covenant would no longer be mandatory. This is a dramatic turnabout given the long legal history of the Covenant. In 2001, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) ruled that the BC College of Teachers’ opposition to the Covenant… More