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ONN Launches Nonprofit Law Ontario Initiative

By Cathy Taylor TORONTO, ON–A new ONN era begins with the launch of Nonprofit Law Ontario ONN is so excited to share that Nonprofit Law Ontario is now a project of ONN. The timing couldn’t be better as ONN celebrates our tenth anniversary of incorporating as a nonprofit organization on …

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Phil Spencer, 20-year Volunteer, Former Board Chair, Recognized by OMA

Toronto Railway Museum’s Top Conductor honoured with prestigious Volunteer Service Award of Excellence TORONTO, ON–Toronto Railway Museum (TRM), the historic railway museum in stall 17 of the iconic Roundhouse building managed by the non-profit Toronto Railway Historical Association, is proud to announce Phil Spencer, the visionary behind the TRM’s inception …

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Four Finalist Teams Declared for the Annual CFA Societies Canada Ethics Challenge

Canada’s future investment leaders strengthen their ethical acumen at ethics challenge TORONTO, ON–CFA Societies Canada announced the four student teams that have qualified as finalists in the seventh annual CFA Societies Canada Ethics Challenge. “CFA Societies Canada Ethics Challenge serves as a practical training ground for university students to debate …

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Argyle announces pro-bono training for charities with social justice mandates

TORONTO, ON–Argyle, one of North America’s largest engagement, communications and reputation advisory firms, is offering pro-bono communications training, consulting and coaching to North American charities with social justice mandates or programs. The third annual Argyle Community Day will take place virtually and in person at Argyle’s larger offices on February …

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Weston Family Foundation’s Homegrown Innovation Challenge offers $33 million in funding

Positions Canada as a leader in the future of food TORONTO, ON–When it comes to food, we like to think of Canada as a land of plenty, but our growing season is short, so despite abundant fresh water and vast expanses of arable land, as much as 80 per cent …

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RBC Future Launch, Riipen partnership set to deliver 27,000 work-integrated learning experiences

Renewed for another school year starting September 2021, RBC Future Launch and Riipen will support the delivery of 10,000 more work-integrated learning experiences at 30 post-secondary institutions across Canada VANCOUVER, BC–Riipen, the world’s largest online work-integrated learning (WIL) marketplace, is proud to announce the expansion of their partnership program with …

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Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides Lends a Paw to Dogs with Wings

OAKVILLE, ON–Like many charities, Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides (LFCDG) and Dogs with Wings Assistance Dog Society (DWW) have faced many challenges due to COVID-19. These challenges included figuring out how to safely train Dog Guides and Assistance Dogs, deliver them to applicants, breed future Dog Guides and Assistance …

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Equitable Life announces endowment in honour of retiring President and CEO Ron Beettam

WATERLOO, ON–Equitable Life of Canada is proud to announce that it is honouring the retirement of its President and CEO, Ron Beettam, with the creation of an endowment at Wilfrid Laurier University. The endowment will encourage and support students in the Lazaridis School of Business & Economics. The endowment will …

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Resilia Launches Nonprofit Platform to Increase Capacity

NEW ORLEANS, LA–As the nonprofit sector begins to rebuild from tremendous losses and challenges of the last year, social impact-focused SaaS company Resilia has officially launched its Nonprofit Platform to tackle the problem at its source: making historically inaccessible and expensive capacity building support available to nonprofits, on-demand and in …

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CAMH Launches Strategy to Dismantle Anti-Black Racism

Strategy includes 22 actions to decrease anti-Black racism at CAMH by 2022 TORONTO, ON–CAMH is launching Dismantling Anti-Black Racism, a strategy that includes 22 actions to decrease anti-Black racism at CAMH by 2022. The strategy was developed in consultation with an external community advisory group and outlines a plan to …