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Covid-19 and the Charitable Sector

Covid-19 and the Charitable Sector

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COVID-19 has been at the forefront as organizations and businesses work to protect their employees, clients, and communities. As community-based service providers, many organizations are on the front line, serving critical needs that tend to be exacerbated in times of crisis. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently announced measures to address Covid-19. We have written him a letter requesting the federal government’s response to also include and communicate measures that will assist charities and nonprofits in getting through the challenges we all currently face.

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