‘We can do much better’: Canada’s charitable advisory committee’s newest members on how they plan to transform the sector

The nine new Advisory Committee for the Charitable Sector members include frontline social service veterans, philanthropic leaders, and an Islamic studies professor

Why It Matters

Members of the Advisory Committee for the Charitable Sector have the ear of the federal government and can influence regulatory reform for Canada’s social impact sector.

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