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New rules for Ontario nonprofits - the basics

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Recorded on November 5, 2013 (28 minutes) - The Ontario government is modernizing the law that governs how nonprofit organizations operate. The new law is called the Ontario Not-for-Profit ...

Recorded on November 5, 2013 (28 minutes) - The Ontario government is modernizing the law that governs how nonprofit organizations operate. The new law is called the Ontario Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, or the ONCA. If your nonprofit organization is incorporated in Ontario, this webinar can help your board members or senior staff to prepare for the ONCA. The webinar briefly covers the following topics:

why it’s important
what’s in the bylaws and articles
members and voting requirements for directors
requirements for public benefit
corporations audits and financial review engagements
steps to prepare for the ONCA

An archived version of this webinar is available for viewing (along with copies of presentation materials), on the webinars and events page of http://nonprofitlaw.cleo.on.ca. Subscribe to the "Get Ready for the ONCA" ebulletin to get notice when the webinar and handouts are available online.

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