Authored by Philip Milley.
Nevena Belovska, Associate Director of Legal Affairs
If you are following this blog, it’s probably because you are interested in charity law and compliance. The complexities of the law can be difficult to navigate, costly to obtain, and hard to stay on top of! While it is the aim of this blog to keep you informed and aware of charity law novelties and requirements, the purpose of this particular post is to point you to another exciting, in depth and relevant charity law and policy resource – The Pursuit, 2016!
If you haven’t already heard about it, The Pursuit is an innovative, important, and influential Christian Ministry Conference taking place from April 27-29, 2016 in London, Ontario.
The following sessions are of particular interest to Noteworthy blog readers:
Alternative Financing – Susan Manwaring (Miller Thomson LLP), Wednesday 12:00-1:00
Five Ways to Minimize and Manage Employment Liability – Adrian Miedema (Denton’s Canada LLP), Wednesday 12:00-1:00
How to Survive a Health and Safety Audit – Terry Ratcliff (Ratcliff Solutions), Wednesday 12:00-1:00
Charity Regulation – Gilbert Langerak (CCCC), Wednesday 12:00-1:00
Employment Law – Adrian Miedema (Denton’s Canada LLP), Wednesday 1:15-2:15
The Legal Environment and Christian Ministry – Barry W. Bussey (CCCC), Wednesday 1:15-2:15
12 Steps to Effective Legal Risk Management for Churches and Charities – Terrance Carter (Carters Professional Corporation), Thursday 12:00-1:00
Are You Good to Go? Safety and Security for Short-Term Mission – Ken Hall (Robertson Hall Insurance Inc.), Thursday 1:15-2:15
Facility Rental Issues – Gilbert Langerak (CCCC), Thursday 1:15-2:15
Legal Knowledge Pod – Terrance Carter (Carters Professional Corporation), Thursday 1:15-2:15
Foreign Activity Compliance Issues – Gilbert Langerak (CCCC), Thursday 3:00-4:00
Regulatory Knowledge Pod – Wayne Kroeker (CCCC), Thursday 3:00-4:00
Pitfalls in Drafting Gifting Agreements – Terrance Carter (Carters Professional Corporation), Thursday 3:00-4:00
Noteworthy is provided for general information purposes and does not constitute legal or professional advice. Every organization’s circumstances are unique. Before acting on the basis of information contained in this blog, readers should consult with a qualified lawyer for advice specific to their situation.