What does the latest Charter challenge against the Canada Revenue Agency mean for Muslim organizations?

As hearings begin for the Muslim Association of Canada’s Charter challenge, non-profits across the country show support. The Muslim Association of Canada hopes its lawsuit encourages other Muslim charities to challenge the CRA’s audit practices in the future

Why It Matters

Muslim-led charities provide community spaces, places of worship and other social services for Canada’s Muslim (and non-Muslim) communities. With questionable CRA audit practices, these charities are heavily scrutinized and at risk of losing their charitable status, which can impact donations and operations needed to serve their communities, while also stigmatizing the Muslim community.

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