Governance

Top Canadian charity law compliance issues for Canadian registered charities

Written By: Mark Blumberg
April 11, 2018

Is your charity at risk of making some of the top compliance errors affecting Canadian charities?

I’m passionate about the cause. Do I really need to learn to read and understand financial statements and reports?

Written By: Gordon Holley
March 28, 2018

The ability to read and understand your organization's financial statements is an essential skill for any director or senior staff member.

Digital Transformation: What it is, why it's important and how to get started

Written By: Lee Rennick
March 28, 2018

Find out how to get started with digital transformation at your organization, in this first in a three-part series.

Ontario's Bill 148: Minimum wage, maximum impact

Written By: Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf
March 14, 2018

How are nonprofit organizations responding to the new labour laws recently introduced in Ontario?

BC Societies Act Transition: What you need to know

Written By: Chris Adams-Brush
February 21, 2018

Are you ready for the changes to the BC Societies Act?

Cyber security and privacy risk: Vulnerability in the nonprofit and charitable sector

Written By: BMS Canada Risk Services Ltd.
February 7, 2018

Is your organization at risk of a cyber security or data breach?

Creating a more vibrant work space: Ten tips to revitalize your nonprofit office

Written By: Susan Fish
January 10, 2018

Is your nonprofit office less than inspiring? Here are 10 tips to help you create a more vibrant workplace.

Four tips to better measure and communicate impact for key stakeholders

Written By: Dene Paquin
January 3, 2018

Measuring your results makes it easier to communicate your organization's impact.

New “Tort of Harassment” allows employees to sue for damages

Written By: Donna Marshall, M.A., Counselling Psychology
November 15, 2017

New rulings by the Ontario Superior Court mean employers in Ontario are at a great risk of litigation.

Three mighty words in nonprofit growth: “Keep moving ahead”

Written By: Deborah Griffiths
November 1, 2017

A personal reflection on the importance of step by step and little by little.

Oh, Canada: Nonprofit professionals and decolonization (Part 2)

Written By: Xlerate Day
September 5, 2017

A continuation of the discussion with Jada-Gabrielle Pope, Katherine (Kat) Dodds about the important role that nonprofit sector organizations and professionals can play in Reconciliation.

Oh, Canada: Nonprofit professionals and decolonization (Part 1)

Written By: Xlerate Day
August 30, 2017

A discussion with Jada-Gabrielle Pope, Katherine (Kat) Dodds and Ryann Miller about the important role the nonprofit sector can play in Reconciliation.

Code Red: Do you have a program sustainability plan?

Written By: Kylie Hutchinson
August 28, 2017

Creating a sustainability plan is an essential part of ensuring your programs will survive and thrive.

Moving toward Decent Work: How changing employment standards are impacting the nonprofit sector

Written By: Susan Fish
August 21, 2017

Employment standards are starting to change in provinces across the country. What will this mean for nonprofit employers?

Top five reasons nonprofit organizations need insurance

Written By: Volunteer Canada
July 28, 2017

Does your organization need insurance coverage? Find out in this article from Volunteer Canada.

An interview with the CRA’s Charities Directorate Director General: Tony Manconi

Written By: Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf
July 25, 2017

An exclusive interview with the new Canada Revenue Agency Charities Directorate Director General, Tony Manconi.

Setting a new tone: The newly released report on the political activities of charities

Written By: Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf
July 19, 2017

We explore the Report of the Consultation Panel on the Political Activities of Charities.

Four of the most common insurance claims against nonprofits and how to protect yourself

Written By: Danish Yusuf
July 19, 2017

Don't put your organization at risk unnecessarily! Protect yourself against these common pitfalls.

Two policies that can save your brand's bacon

Written By: Grant Ainsley
July 12, 2017

Does your organization have a communications policy and/or a social media policy? Read on to find out why you should!

Difficult Clients: Dealing with responsive behaviours

Written By: Public Services Health and Safety Association
June 7, 2017

Did you know there are 350,000 cases or workplace violence each year in Canada?

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