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National Volunteer Week Reminds Us Volunteers Are Everywhere

This year, National Volunteer Week (NVW) will take place in Canada from April 24th to 30th. In Quebec, this year’s theme is “Volunteering changes lives.” Led by the Fédération des centres d’action bénévole du Québec (FCABQ), NVW helps recognize the work of all volunteers, regardless of their area of involvement.

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Budget 2022: A Federal Budget that Recognizes the Role of the Charitable and Nonprofit Sector

Released on April 7th, the 2022 federal budget highlights the success of Canada’s recovery programs, boasting the return of many economic indicators to their pre-pandemic levels.

Inez Hillel, Vivic Research & Imagine Canada’s Public Policy Team


Why does funding organizations without charitable status matter?

In this blog post, we dive deep into why this legislation and funding organizations without charitable status matters.

Emily Jensen

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Priorities and challenges for nonprofits in the first quarter of 2022

With this new quarterly blog series, we will provide timely analysis of emerging trends affecting the sector.

Cathy Barr & Emily Jensen

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Federal Budget 2022 - What is the nonprofit sector asking for?

The release of the 2022 Federal Budget is just around the corner.

Collecting Courage by Nneka Allen, Camila Vital Nunes Pereira, and Nicole Salmon

Imagine Canada reads Collecting Courage: Joy, Pain, Freedom, Love

This powerful and incisive collection edited by Nneka Allen, Camila Vital Nunes Pereira, and Nicole Salmon features the voices of 15 Black fundraisers in Canada and the United States.

Imagine Canada staff

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In Indigenous nonprofit governance, values matter more than tools

With the implementation of the Gradual Civilization and Gradual Enfranchisement sections of the Indian Act in 1876, Indigenous peoples across Canada have continually faced racism, discrimination, exploitation, and domination. The Act, designed for the purpose of assimilating Indigenous communities into the dominant system and eradicating any traditional ways of life, is a continual source of trauma, impoverishment, and a detriment to the social fabric of Indigenous communities, Nations, and families.

Rachelle Dallaire (Guest Author)

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