Charities & Not-For-Profit

Provincial charitable and not-for-profit organizations face unique challenges with the Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, 2010 “ONCA” recently coming into effect. Our team has extensive experience in working with large and small provincial and federal charitable and not-for-profit organizations, including registered charities, health sector associations, property associations, advocacy groups, family foundations and more, all operating within a wide variety of sectors.

Our practice includes assisting our clients through the unique incorporation and registration processes, ensuring corporate governance and regulatory compliance, and assisting in pro-active risk management. We work diligently and cost-effectively to meet our clients’ needs, both immediate and long-term.

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Charities & Not-For-Profit

    Meet HGR Graham's Charities & Not-For-Profit Lawyers

    • Kellie Beasley

      Kellie Beasley


      Phone: 705.327.6656 ext. 314

      Email: Kellie Beasley

      Meet Kellie Beasley

    • Thomas Heron

      Thomas Heron


      Phone: 705.327.6656 ext. 313

      Email: Thomas Heron

      Meet Thomas Heron

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