In early April, Imagine Canada announced that it would now lead CCNDR’s day-to-day operations and launch the process of hiring an executive director and a new advisory council dedicated to CCNDR.

A new report has found that flexibility and benefits don’t compensate for low wages in staff recruitment and retention at Alberta non-profits.

The City of Toronto hopes that a new pot of funding for non-profits will help prevent violence in some of the city’s vulnerable neighbourhoods.

Sara Waisglass knows firsthand how social media pressure can impact one’s mental health. 

The Canadian actor known as Maxine in the popular Netflix show Ginny and Georgia shares her story with Unsinkable, a nonprofit dedicated to youth mental health, in a video she hopes will resonate with other young people.

Consultant Rowena Veylan says new tax filing data confirms what fundraising clients have told her – finding new donors is becoming increasingly challenging. 

In 2022, for the 12th year in a row, fewer Canadians claimed a charitable donation tax credit than the year before, according to new data from Statistics Canada.

The 2024 summit will host a mix of talks, practical workshops, discussions, peer learning, and artistic experiences on critical topics such as mental health, sleep, financial precarity, maternal health, intergenerational trauma, inclusion and belonging, climate anxiety, and more.


Women’s Economic Resilience

It’s two and a half years into the pandemic and the she-cession — the disproportionate impact on women and non-binary people — is still top of mind for many Canadians. What exactly have those impacts been? And who are the organizations and activists working to get us back on track on gender equity? In advance of the Future of Good Women’s Economic Resilience summit, this collection gets you up to speed on all this and more.