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New “Start-up” Crowdfunding Exemptions Adopted in Some Canadian Jurisdictions by AUM Law on June 5, 2015

[Breaking News]: Certain Canadian securities regulators to adopt start-up crowdfunding exemptions by CSA Press Release on May 14, 2015

U.S. Intrastate Equity Crowdfunding Exemptions: 17 State Bills Adopted and 21 Pending by Alixe Cormick on March 30, 2015

The Reg A+ Bombshell: $50M Unaccredited Equity Crowdfunding Title IV takes Center Stage by Crowdfund Insider on March 25, 2015

Two Equity Crowdfunding Specific Exemptions Taking Hold in Canada by Alixe Cormick on March 21, 2014

U.S. Intrastate Equity Crowdfunding Exemptions: 5 State Bills Adopted and 16 Pending by Alixe Cormick on March 18, 2014

Crowdfunding poses benefits, risks: IOSCO by Investment Executive on February 6, 2014


Summary of Canadian Regulations prepared by Brian Koscak, Partner, Cassels Brock on October 30, 2013

Canadian Resources for Proposed US Equity Crowdfunding Rules by Alixe Cormick on October 24, 2013


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2 Responses to General Resources

  1. NCFA says:

    Short answer is yes. Not all funding platforms are setup to handle the automatic issuance of charitable donor tax receipts but many are, so please connect with the funding platforms to see who can manage/meet your requirements. All the best, CA

  2. Lawrie Paul Given says:

    Can crowdfunding be used in Canada for charity or not-for-profit organizations with a CRA tax number?

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