CRA Registered Charitable Status Mandates Endorsing Abortion and LGBTQ2 Rights

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CRA Registered Charitable Status Mandates Endorsing Abortion and LGBTQ2 Rights

CRA registered charitable status results in government control. A benefit of registering is donations are then tax-deductible. But such charities, including non-profit corporations such as churches, must then sanction abortion and LGBTQ2 rights, such as the Canada Summer Job program’s Core Mandate.

CRA registered charitable status is why such charities, including churches, must sanction abortion and LGBTQ2 rights. Drawing: https://www.canadahelps.org/

Summary

CRA registered charitable status results in government control. A benefit of registering is that donations are then tax-deductible. However, having CRA registered charitable status also means such charities, including churches, must then sanction abortion and LGBTQ2 rights.

 

CRA registered charitable status mandates sanctioning abortion and LGBTQ2 rights

 

Government Control via CRA Registered Charitable Status

 

The Core Mandate of Canada Summer Jobs includes endorsing abortion and LGBTQ2 rights. Employers must attest its Core Mandate. Some think this violates inalienable human rights. But our income tax theory (“Apu’s Theory”) can explain why Core Mandate does not violate them.

The Core Mandate of Canada Summer Jobs includes endorsing abortion and LGBTQ2 rights. (https://cmckenna.liberal.ca)

Some church leaders contacted us about our earlier blog post, “Core Mandate of Canada Summer Jobs Doesn’t Violate Rights”. It theorizes why making Canada Summer Jobs users endorse abortion and LGBTQ2 rights is not violating inalienable human rights. Their question: is having CRA registered charitable status also another reason for such charities being required to endorse abortion and LGBTQ2 rights? Read on to see why we think so.

CRA Registered Charitable Status Grants Tax-Deductible Receipts

 

One of Emily Carr's most famous paintings, now called "Church at Yuquot Village." It is at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

 

Canada’s Income Tax Act (“ITA”) states only churches and religions[1] having CRA registered charitable status can grant tax-deductible donation receipts.

Gaining Federal Jurisdiction

Churches normally fall under provincial jurisdiction[2]. To get around this, CRA deems provincial religion branches and divisions as legal entities resident in Canada[3] through using their head offices’ GST numbers[4].

 

Benefits Have Disadvantages

A legal maxim (basic legal truth) is,

 

He who derives a benefit from a thing, ought to feel the disadvantages attending it.

 

Apu’s Theory” is our research on how Canadian individual income tax seems to really work. It concludes only Income Tax Act (“ITA“) “officers” can apply tax-deductible receipts against taxable income. Being artificial persons in law, officers (also known as corporations soledo not have inalienable human rights. In other words, they are disadvantaged, as they only have privileges (benefits) that Canada, their creator, grants them.

 

Two Types of Persons for Two Sets of “Human” Rights

 

Individuals as Private Persons Have Inalienable Human Rights

From our earlier article, the Charter, s.15(1), recognizes natural or private persons of full capacity have inalienable human rights.

 

Individuals As Officers Have Alienable “Human Rights”

In contrast, the Charter, s.15(2), grants disadvantaged individuals, such as ITA “officers”, alienable “human rights”, including Canada Summer Job program’s Core Mandate.

 

Church Members: “Disadvantaged Individuals”?

 

Sample receipt showing CRA registered charitable status

Sample receipt showing CRA registered charitable status. Image: Canada.ca

Churches with CRA registered charitable status can issue tax-deductible receipts. However, only church members choosing to represent ITA “officers” can apply them against taxable income. Therefore, the Charter, s.15(2), treats such church members as “disadvantaged individuals. This fits with tax deductions being a benefit. That seems how s.15(2) Charter programs, such as Canada Student Jobs, applies to such churches.

The law views tax-deductible receipt users as disadvantaged individuals

 

Conclusion

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CRA registered charitable status is another way Canada makes such charities sanction abortion and LGBTQ2 rights. The only alternative is the charity not having CRA registered charitable status, and not being a corporation.

 

  1. Canada’s Income Tax Act, RSC 1985, c 1 (5th Supp), s.118.1(3).
  2. The British North America Act, s.92(13), and s.92(16). 
  3. Being resident in Canada is required: CRA T4063, page 4  
  4. GST/HST Information for Charities, CRA RC4082(E) Rev. 18.

 

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