Canadian Lawyer "Ottawa proposes changes to how charities can fund third-party organizations"
This article discusses the changes proposed by the Federal Government to make it easier for charitable organizations to provide grant money to third-party organizations within Canada and abroad.
The current rules are “complicated and quite onerous” and counter to how Canada does international development work, says Manwaring. “It’s similarly unattractive if a Canadian charity – particularly a settler-based Canadian charity – is working with an Indigenous organization and suggesting they’re going to direct and control the activity. It’s quite problematic.”