BC’s New Societies Act: Getting started on the transition

May 18, 2016

Although we are still months away from the new Act coming into force, and there is a two-year transition period, it’s not too soon to start planning for the upcoming changes. Here are some things you can do as a society to get started on this process:

[9] http://www.sportlaw.ca/2015/12/bc-societies-act-to-come-into-force-in-november-2016/

[10] http://www.sportlaw.ca/2015/12/bc-societies-act-to-come-into-force-in-november-2016/

[11] http://www.revelstokemountaineer.com/bc-society-act-changes-what-you-need-to-know-to-keep-in-good-standing-9437

[12] http://www.bcregistryservices.gov.bc.ca/bcreg/societiesact/FAQ.page?

[13] http://www.bcregistryservices.gov.bc.ca/bcreg/societiesact/FAQ.page
     see FAQs 10-12 for more information on the difference between the two types of societies

[14] http://www.bcregistryservices.gov.bc.ca/bcreg/societiesact/index.page?

 [15] http://www.bcregistryservices.gov.bc.ca/bcreg/societiesact/index.page

 Please note that this article is offered only for general informational and educational purposes. It is not offered as and does not constitute legal advice or opinion.

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