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Recorded webinar: Top 20 compliance issues for Canadian charities

Written By: CharityVillage
January 28, 2016

This recorded webinar provides plain language information about the top Canada Revenue Agency compliance issues for Canadian charities.

Charity Wars: The sector awakens

Written By: Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf
January 27, 2016

What does the new Liberal Government have in store for Canada's nonprofit sector?

Top Canadian charity law compliance issues

Written By: Mark Blumberg
January 20, 2016

Charity lawyer Mark Blumberg outlines some of the top compliance issues for registered Canadian charities.

Taking your nonprofit to the next level: An interview with Molly Ola Pinney

Written By: Mazarine Treyz
January 14, 2016

Molly Ola Pinney offers insight on how to take your nonprofit's budget from $30K to $500K.

Designing a new way of thinking: A new approach to solving social problems

Written By: Elisa Birnbaum
January 6, 2016

Find out how organizations are employing a new technique called design thinking to address social problems.

Improve the psychological health of your workplace: It's the right thing to do

Written By: Julia Kaisla
November 18, 2015

The time has come to make workplace mental health a priority.

Proposed tax changes could be catnip for big donors

Written By: Alexandra Tzannidakis
November 4, 2015

Could newly proposed tax changes be a big incentive for your major donors?

Three dimensions of success for mission-driven organizations

Written By: John D. Willis
September 16, 2015

How can nonprofit organizations be more nimble and innovative and have more impact - while also dealing with budget and time constraints?

Building better boards: Strengthening fiduciary and risk oversight

Written By: Angela Byrne
September 9, 2015

Build a better board with these three key strategies.

Elections 2015: Outcomes for Canada’s charitable sector

Written By: Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf
September 9, 2015

With an election rapidly approaching, what are the possible outcomes for Canada's charitable sector?

Reinventing the wheel: Does Canada need more nonprofit organizations?

Written By: Susan Fish
August 5, 2015

With more than 85,000 charities in Canada, do we really need more? Or would we be better served to focus on partnership and collaboration?

Accreditation: Is it right for your organization?

Written By: Lee Anderson
June 3, 2015

Is your organization ready to become accredited?

The Breathless CEO: Tips for stressed out nonprofit leaders

Written By: Carol Humphries
May 13, 2015

Nonprofit advocacy during elections: Better to lie low or get active?

Written By: Christopher Wilson
March 24, 2015

Wondering what your nonprofit should do - if anything - at election time? Read on for tips and strategy.

The solo employee: How to succeed when your nonprofit staff consists of just you

Written By: Susan Fish
March 11, 2015

Are you the only employee at your nonprofit? If so, you're likely facing unique challenges and working conditions.

Investment Policy: Fiduciary duty in the spotlight

Written By: Patricia Greco
February 25, 2015

Patricia Greco discusses how a board of directors can most effectively manage the organization's investment policies.

Planning for success: Top ten strategic planning tips

Written By: Pierre Bertrand
December 3, 2014

Don't let your strategic plan fail before it even gets going - follow these tips for strategic planning success.

Investing in the nonprofit sector: The Social Impact Bond makes its Canadian debut

Written By: Elisa Birnbaum
November 5, 2014

Social Impact Bonds are the latest social finance tool to catch the interest of the Canadian nonprofit sector. But are they all they're cracked up to be?

Vital Signs Reports: A tool for nonprofits to take the pulse of their community

Written By: Brock Smith
October 1, 2014

Has your community's Vital Signs report left you scratching your head and wondering how to put the data to good use?

No hierarchy of human rights: Are religious accommodation requests really given a “free hand”?

Written By: Thamina Jaferi
August 27, 2014

Addressing competing human rights requires careful analysis and a good understanding of human rights law.

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