Notice – July 31, 2017: Last chance for not-for-profits to transition
All corporations created under the Canada Corporations Act, Part II need to have completed their transition to the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act and received their certificate of continuance by July 31, 2017.
If the transition is not completed by that date, the corporation – including registered charities – will be dissolved. This means that the corporation will no longer exist as a legal entity. In the case of registered charities, dissolution could lead to the revocation of their registration as a charity. See Operating a registered charity for more information.
If you have already filed a transition request but have not received your certificate of continuance from Corporations Canada, this means that you have not completed the transition.
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