The Apathy is Boring Project is a national, youth-run, nonpartisan organization that aims to use art, media, and technology to re-engage youth in the democratic process and revolutionize democracy.
BAG is an incorporated, not-for-profit organization whose members provide their time and expertise to provide solid business advice based on a lifetime of experience. They operate in Oakville, Burlington and Hamilton with meetings in convenient locations.
We invite curious minds of all ages to join us in a quest for knowledge about our world and the universe we live in.
The Centre's mission is to champion the application of ethical values in the decision-making process of organizations. The Centre provides a forum for exploration and discussion of ethical issues facing organizations through workshops, speeches, conferences and a newsletter.
We are a nonprofit organization that promotes the safe and responsible use of pyrotechnics and fireworks through education and communication. Our yearly conventions bring firework professionals, users, and enthusiasts from all across Canada together to stay informed, and watch fireworks demonstrations and showcase talent at firework displays.
A national organization promoting the development and regulation of rope skipping in Canada. The CRSF promotes good sportsmanship and fair play, while ensuring the sport is managed with integrity, fairness, and accountability.
Condo Owners Association (COA Ontario), founded in 2010 represents 1.3 million Condo Owners with residential and commercial condominiums. COA forces the need for concerted action to deal with better protection, governance, accountability and to support long term sustainability in condominium ownership.
A unique patenting service providing independent inventors with a complete, affordable solution, including patentability search, CAD-based patent drawings, and application documents for filing a Canadian, a US, or an International patent application. Substantial discount offered to green technology inventions.
The organized voice for t he more than 250,000 people who make up the Canadian co-operative housing movement, uniting, representing and serving the community of housing co-operatives across Canada and member organizations that support their operation and development.
DreamNow (International: Toronto, ON)
DreamNow is a youth-led charitable organization that provides resources and support to individuals who want to change the world. DreamNow works primarily by partnering with other nonprofit organizations, ensuring the people they reach and inspire take action upon returning home.
The Edmonton Model Railroad Association is a nonprofit society dedicated to providing its members with the opportunity to build and display a large model railroad. Formed in 1946, the club has built layouts in several locations, including the CP Rail station in Old Strathcona, the South Edmonton Public Library, and the Edmonton Gardens.
A national nonprofit educational ogranization whose purpose is to have a fellowship of persons who enjoy needlework and wish to learn and share their knowledge, and thereby to work towards maintaining higher standards of design, colour, and workmanship.
Represents hundreds of entomologists from all parts of Canada and around the world, and is a dynamic force in promoting research, disseminating knowledge of insects, and encouraging the continued participation of all students and lovers of Entomology in this fascinating natural science.
A registered nonprofit organization designed to help all consumers save money on gasoline.
This organization collaborates across disciplines in order to generate a holistic, dynamic, creative and positive approach to civic participation among young people.
Global Good Magazine is geared towards spreading and promoting altruism, justice, and a better world. It is an entirely not-for-profit publication, geared toward driving people to have a positive impact on the planet, the society they live in, and those around them.
The Greater Victoria Dog Obedience Training Club (GVDOTC) is an all breed and mixed breed dog training club licensed by the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) and a member of the Association of Island Obedience Clubs (AIOC) to hold obedience trials and matches.
HackerNest is an international nonprofit determined to unite tech communities. They produce unpretentious Tech Socials around the world, large, meaningful, universally acclaimed cause-hackathons, and other tech-community uniting projects to improve humanity, technological advancement, and overall economic prosperity.
Healthpartners is a partnership of national health charities that mobilizes workplace giving directed towards improving the health of Canadians. In addition to raising funds for Canadian health charities, Healthpartners actively promotes health in Canadian workplaces.
The Holy Order Of Kites And Hats is a member driven social club. The organization primarily concerns itself with organizing enjoyable member events, and contributing to community improvement projects and local charitable organizations.
InCharge Debt Solutions is a nonprofit, charitable organization offering confidential and professional credit counselling, debt management and financial educational programs to individuals and families.
This charitable organization is dedicated to travel health. It provides information on immunizations, disease risks, and food and water safety advice for all countries. They also offer a listing of qualified doctors around the world committed to helping sick travellers. Membership is free.
Kinetic Knights Robotics operates a robotics team of youth 14-19 in Kincardine, Ontario. Their focus is to promote STEM related careers to youth by competing in yearly robotics builds and competitions with FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology).
Lean In Canada is a community of professional women empowering each other to build purposeful and fulfilling careers. We built our organization for people just like us: professional women who are passionate about driving their careers forward to the next level and beyond, and who want to achieve greater success not only in work, but in life as a whole.
LTTC is a nonprofit association that recognizes the challenges associated with being pregnant, giving birth and raising multiples, and offers support, education and information on all related issues, as well as opportunities to join in on the "multiples" experience.
Made in Montreal is committed to promoting and supporting the local manufacturing community in Montreal to foster an environment and culture of making local, buying local, and hiring local - where manufacturing businesses can flourish.
The MCSF was founded for the benefit of our casualties and their families, who have suffered an immeasurable loss by carrying out their duties for Canada on peacekeeping missions in war ravaged countries. In co-operation with the Ministry of Defence, MCSF provides emergency financial relief to meet the needs of the victims of these conflicts that are beyond government programs, such as for medical or psychiatric needs, medical devices or sports equipment for permanently wounded military.
The OHA is an association of 270+ societies with more than 40,000 members throughout the province of Ontario. They seek to promote civic beautification, preservation of the environment, youth work and education in many aspects of horticulture.
An Outward Bound expedition is more than just hiking, climbing, and camping. It's an adventure in the classic sense of the word. It's about dealing with the unknown. It's about meeting challenges. And it's about learning. Learning about yourself, about others, and, most of all, about your potential.
Holds an annual fall fair on the Labour Day Weekend, since 1895, which includes horse pulls, a demo derby, arts & crafts by local exhibitors, bingo, penny sale, vendors, mud bogs, kids games, petting zoo & inflatables.
Speaking on behalf of Canadian radio amateurs, RAC provides liaison with government agencies and carries the amateur voice about regulatory and spectrum issues to the discussion table with government and industry leaders, nationally and internationally.
A national not-for-profit fundraising initiative that brings motorcyclists from across Canada together to raise funds for eye research on behalf of The Foundation Fighting Blindness - Canada. Throughout the year motorcyclists collect donations and during June and July they congregate at sites across Canada to deliver these donations.
Dedicated to educating, entertaining, and inspiring the leaders of today and tomorrow. Our focus is on an annual documentary and motivational speaker series called "Ride for Life".
Speak Easy Inc. is Canada's organization for people who stutter. We provide information and support to adult stutterers, parents of stuttering children, professionals in the field, and the general public. We offer free information kits.
Founded in 1945, the Toronto Vegetarian Association is a diverse community of individuals who are passionate about healthy eating, sustainable living, and compassion for animals.
The University Club of Toronto provides elegant ambiance and superb service throughout its attractive club house, offering a number of private function rooms for special social occasions or for business groups.
This organization works to offer guidance in practical Vedic techniques in Yoga and Meditation on a non-commercial basis, to sustain a life of wellness free from stress, depression, and other ills of modern fast-paced, highly materialist life.
We specialize in online learning and instructional design consultation services for the not-for-profit sector.
And, we'll train your staff and support capacity building within your organization so you can create effective and affordable online learning suited to your future needs.
The West Coast Railway Association, incorporated in 1961, has over 1,500 active members who restore, preserve and maintain vintage locomotives and rail cars all to fulfill their mandate to collect, preserve, and exhibit railway artifacts at their Heritage Park in Squamish.
Yoga Outreach is a Vancouver-based charity that promotes healing by providing volunteer Yoga teachers to people in health care settings (physical and mental), shelters, treatment facilities and correctional institutions who would not otherwise have access to Yoga.