HGR Graham Partners Teams Up With BDO Canada To Benefit Not-For-Profit and Charitable Groups

Posted on 30 October 2014 Back to News

HGR Graham Partners and BDO Canada co-hosted a series of seminars geared towards providing general legal and tax information to not-for-profit and charitable groups.  The seminars took place in Barrie, Orillia and Midland, and were attended by more than 180 participants. The topics covered included updates on new accounting standards and governance regimes for not-for-profit organizations, director’s liability and a host of other useful information. If you would like one of our lawyers to speak to your group about any of these topics (or any other legal  topics of interest), please visit the Speaker’s Bureau section of our website and contact us if you require any further information.

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