Charities get antsy as Liberal government remains silent on reform plans

The Liberal government came into office in 2015 on an explicit promise to end the "political harassment" of charities, which they say began under the Harper Conservatives. More than two years later, some charities say they remain under threat because of federal "foot-dragging."

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