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In this issue of LawNow we are highlighting four updated publications of interest to non-profits and registered charities. These resources can be found on CPLEA’s topic specific Charity Central website at www.charitycentral.ca. Charity Central offers plain language information on not-for-profit and charity law.
Books and Records
This Fast Facts provides an overview of the general requirements around the length of retention for certain types of records for registered charities. (incorporated and not)
This checklist sets out some of the more common and important filings that non-profits and registered charities incorporated in Alberta must make to the government of Alberta and to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
|Legal Requirements for Non-profit Organizations and Registered Charities
A list of legislation of significance to non-profits and registered charities in Alberta.
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