Monthly Archives: March 2019

Deina Warren Joins the CCCC Legal Team

CCCC is pleased to announce that Deina Warren has joined our staff as Associate Director, Legal Affairs beginning March 25, 2019. Deina completed her Hon. B.A. in Political Science at Western and worked for UWO before earning her Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Ottawa, where she graduated… More

Thank you for your prayers

Thank you for your prayers for Monday’s presentation to the Special Senate Committee on the Charitable Sector about the public benefits of Advancing Religion. We believe that your prayer support will result in a good outcome when the Committee’s report is issued in the Fall. Our GoalCCCC asked that the… More

Job Opportunity: Manager, Marketing

ARE YOU THE ONE WE’RE LOOKING FOR? Are you a dynamic and results-driven Marketing professional who is passionate about using your skills and charity experience to serve Jesus Christ and benefit thousands of Christian charities across Canada? Do you love the challenge of developing and implementing marketing and communication strategies?… More

The 2019 Federal Budget Highlights

The 2019 Federal Budget addressed several areas of concern involving charities. Few of these measures will affect our membership. You may read the budget in full here. For your easy reference we note the following three points. Social Finance Fund The government reiterated its 2018 Fall Economic Statement wherein it… More

Political Activity and Form T3010

In light of recent changes to the guidelines for charities involved in “public policy discussions and development activities” (PPDDA), CRA has released updated instructions for filling out Form T3010, Registered Charity Information Return. Charities now have less to report when it comes to political advocacy or involvement. CRA will provide… More

The Beam of Christian Schooling

Attacking faith-based institutions for upholding codes of conduct ignores the Charter, violates the spirit of pluralism, and risks undermining religious freedom, argues lawyer Barry W. Bussey. CBC News “Go Public” ran a story recently about the “dark secret” of religious schools. Initially, the story got a lot of attention, but… More

CCCC recommends the Senate affirm Advancing Religion as a Charitable Purpose

CCCC submitted a written brief to the Special Senate Committee on the Charitable Sector in November detailing the well-researched benefits of advancing religion to the general public. In the brief, CCCC asked the senate committee to affirm Advancing Religion as a charitable purpose with significant public benefit to Canadian society. Rev. John Pellowe,… More