Corporations Canada has started taking steps to dissolve corporations that have not transitioned to the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act (NFP Act). Dissolution is not automatic. Corporations Canada will first provide notice before dissolving a corporation.
If your corporation was federally incorporated under the Canada Corporations Act (CCA, Part II), you need to transition to the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act. If you are not sure whether your corporation was incorporated federally, you can search our database at Search for a Federal Corporation.
You can still transition to the new act as long as the corporation has not been dissolved, it is still able to complete the transition. You can consult the Transition Guide to assist you in making the transition.