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Social Enterprise - British Columbia Style

A social enterprise (or community) company is a hybrid corporation that has become well-established in the UK and several US states. The corporation is intended to achieve some public (but non-charitable) benefit (for example, environmental sustainability) and, at the same time, be profit-making and generate a return for investors, thereby encouraging the formation of capital by the corporation.

Social Enterprise - Nova Scotia Style

A social enterprise (or community) company is a hybrid corporation that has become well-established in the UK and several US states. The corporation is intended to achieve some public (but non-charitable) benefit (for example, environmental sustainability) and, at the same time, be profit-making and generate a return for investors, thereby encouraging the formation of capital by the corporation.

Defining Soliciting and Non-soliciting Corporations under the CNCA

A key to understanding the regulatory regime under the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act is to recognize that it differentiates among certain not-for-profit ("NFP") corporations and accords modest differential treatment depending on the defining characteristics of the corporation. In particular, the Act recognizes three types of federal NFP corporations:

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