Posted on 07 September 2011.
The Charities Division of the Canada Revenue Agency has just posted dates, times and locations for their invaluable Charities Information Sessions, offered as a free service to all registered charities in all 10 Canadian provinces. They’re an excellent opportunity for your treasurer, new board members, or volunteers to learn about your charity’s legal obligations, and topics include:
• Books and Records
• Financial Statements
• Form T3010-1, Registered Charity Information Return
• Provincial presentations (in some cities)
You must register on-line as seating is limited. For more information – and to register, please visit http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca.
The Conseil Québécois de la musique has announced its fall/winter training and professional development program for musicians and administrators. Prices are reasonable and the topics essential, ranging from injury prevention to contract law to social media – and details are available via the CQM’s website at http://www.cqm.qc.ca.
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