The Anti-Terrorism Act and How it Affects Your Organization!
September 11, 2001 was a day everyone will remember. Different governments reacted in different ways. The Canadian government responded by sending troops to Afghanistan and passing the Anti-Terrorism Act (Bill C-36), which came into force on December 24, 2001. Bill C-36 creates a new breed of crime called "terrorist offences", which may result in the imposition of severe penalties for charities and their directors. Therefore, charities need to become educated about Bill C-36 and begin working on compliance measures.

type Not-For-Profit Law Alert - Fall 2002