The Canada Revenue Agency has suspended the controversial Harper-era auditing of Canadian charities’ political activities. But some targeted organizations such as the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, a respected left-leaning think-tank, still await closure on their audit.
The Canada Revenue Agency wants to hear from Canadians regarding its controversial auditing of charities’ political activities. Canadians’ feedback will lead to “the development of new guidance or educational resources for charities on the rules governing political activities.”
Canadian charities that use the bulk of their donations on high-priced fundraisers, or lie to donors to get money, face tough new rules.