Inside the rapidly organized ‘Hill Day’ for a legislative amendment on non-qualified donees

The Ministry of Finance is “quite seized” with the issue, said Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Steven Guibeault

Why It Matters

As soon as this week, the government could pass legislation that, sector advocates say, would make it harder for charities and foundations to fund non-profits, grassroots groups and international charities — directly contravening a promise made in the federal budget.

var TRINITY_TTS_WP_CONFIG = {"cleanText":"Inside the rapidly organized \u2018Hill Day\u2019 for a legislative amendment on non-qualified donees. This journalism \u200b\u200bis made possible by the Future of Good editorial fellowship covering the social impact world\u2019s rapidly changing funding models, supported by Future of Good, Community Foundations of Canada, and United Way Centraide Canada. See our editorial ethics and standards here . Tanya Hayles\u2019s frustration over non-profit funding woes took her from Toronto to Ottawa last week.\u00a0 Hayles is the founder of Black Moms Connection , a non-profit she started in 2015 dissatisfied with the lack of diversity in parenting groups. The initiative began as a Facebook page, but membership took off the following spring, growing from 400 t

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