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Magazine articles on politics and society in Canada.
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July 2005
Sara Wilson
What's New 07/05 At Children's Technology Workshop, a Toronto-based franchise, kids have fun with technology. mark for My Articles 123 similar articles
AFP eWire
May 23, 2005
New Charity Regulations Now in Effect Several new regulatory changes, including a series of new penalties for charities that are in non-compliance with Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) rules, came into force when Bill C-33 received Royal Assent on May 13, 2005. mark for My Articles 277 similar articles
AFP eWire
April 25, 2005
Canadian Volunteers Motivated by Cause, Connection Canadians are more motivated to volunteer their time and resources because of the personal satisfaction they feel rather than any reward or recognition they may receive, according to a survey. mark for My Articles 312 similar articles
AFP eWire
April 18, 2005
Canada Has World's Second Largest Nonprofit Sector A project that was assessing how the voluntary sector in 37 countries compare in size, scope and donations ranks Canada at the top of the list. The study also shows how the nonprofit sector stands within the larger Canadian economy. mark for My Articles 383 similar articles
April 7, 2005
Sean Michael Kerner
Microsoft System Tracks Pedophiles Launched in Canada and developed with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the system will eventually go global to nab child predators. mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
AFP eWire
March 28, 2005
AFP Requests Meeting with Minister of Finance Over Quota Changes Canadian Bill C-33 proposes the most significant changes to the laws relating to charities in over 20 years. The most significant concern regarding Bill C-33 is that it introduces significant changes to the calculation of the disbursement quota for registered charities. mark for My Articles 177 similar articles
AFP eWire
March 21, 2005
Research to Benefit Social and Economic Health of Rural Canadian Communities The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario, is investing $1 million to help rural women improve the economic health and viability of their communities. mark for My Articles 118 similar articles
Foundation News & Commentary
Mar/Apr 2005
Sherri Alms
Strategy, Passion & Policy Make Change The Maytree Foundation used relentless incrementalism to reform immigration policy in Canada, winning the Council's 2005 Paul Ylvisaker Award for Public Policy Engagement. mark for My Articles 41 similar articles
AFP eWire
February 21, 2005
Manitoba the Most Generous Province, Again For the fifth consecutive year, Manitoba is Canada's most generous province, according to the 2004 Generosity Index, released by The Fraser Institute. mark for My Articles 363 similar articles
AFP eWire
January 24, 2005
Hong Kong Billionaire to Establish Large Canadian Foundation A Hong Kong businessman and philanthropist has announced he will establish a new charitable foundation in Canada with start-up funding expected to be in the hundreds of millions, and possibly billions, of dollars (Canadian). mark for My Articles 145 similar articles
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