An election-related activity refers to a meeting, a rally or an activity for which an entrance fee is charged.
If the entrance fee is greater than $60, there is only one possible option: the entrance fee for this activity must be considered a contribution. Accordingly, a contribution receipt must be issued in the amount of the entrance fee, and only a qualified elector can pay the fee to obtain tickets to take part in this activity.
Another of these rules consists of permitting two possible options if the entrance fee is equal to or less than $60.
The entrance fee may be considered a contribution, and hence:
The entrance fee may be considered as not being a contribution, and hence:
If the entrance fee is not considered a contribution, it will then be considered an activity revenue.
The total of these activity revenues cannot exceed 3% of the total contributions collected by an independent candidate during the period covered by a financial report.