The Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act provides federal not-for-profit corporations with a new set of rules that are modern, flexible and better suited to the needs of today's not-for-profit sector.
Operating a Federal Not-for-profit Corporation
What you have to do and how to do it.
You're incorporated, but now what?
The roles and responsibilities of the corporation's directors.
The rights and responsibilities of the corporation's members.
Maintaining corporate records and how to keep your corporation in good standing.
Understand the requirements for a public accountant and the level of financial review for your corporation.
Creating and changing the rules that govern the internal management of your corporation.
Making major modifications to your corporation or its activities.
All corporations incorporated under the Canada Corporations Act, Part II need to make the transition to the new law.
Until the Canada Corporations Act is repealed, corporations can still operate under this legislation.
A full list of our services, how much they cost and how long the process takes.
Tools and information.
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