YMCA of Toronto Appealing Tax Exemption Ruling

The YMCA of Toronto is appealing the ruling of an Ontario Superior Court judge, who sided with the city of Toronto in wanting the Y to pay taxes on four properties it leases in the city.

Issues involving the tax-exempt status for nonprofits such as the YMCA are not limited to the United States. They extend to Ys in Canada, too.

The YMCA of Toronto is appealing the ruling of an Ontario Superior Court judge, who sided with the city of Toronto in wanting the Y to pay taxes on four properties it leases in the city.

According to the Toronto Star, the Y applied for an exemption from municipal property taxes in May. The Superior Court ruled in favor of the city the f

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