New ICC report sheds light on why fewer newcomers are choosing to become Canadian citizens

Why It Matters

Canada needs immigrants for economic and population growth as the country’s population ages and birth rates decline. However, fewer immigrants choose to call Canada home, which can spell trouble in the future.

Report Card: Non-profit leaders give their score for Federal Budget 2024

Why It Matters

The broad positive impact that social purpose organizations have on Canadian society is often underappreciated or misunderstood. Social purpose leaders share their thoughts on the federal budget and how it will impact their organizations and the communities they support - including yours.

By the numbers: 25 things in Budget 2024 the social purpose world should know about

Why It Matters

The non-profit sector makes up nearly 10 per cent of the Canadian economy and employs 2.5 million people, yet is often the last consideration in the federal budget.

Q&A: Young co-founder of Moose Hide Campaign, this year’s winner of Public Policy Forum’s Emerging Leader Award

Why It Matters

Half of all women in Canada will experience violence or assault by the time they are 16. Moose Hide Campaign aims to bring awareness to the issue and invites others to stand with them.

Q&A: Amidst growing ‘woke’ backlash, new Indigenous philanthropic firm aims to offer 'calm waters'

Why It Matters

In the United States and increasingly in Canada, some diversity, equity and inclusion professionals are witnessing a so-called “woke backlash.” Will this stall efforts to increase philanthropic funding to Indigenous communities?

How experts are dismantling colonial approaches to business and housing

Why It Matters

One of the main ways Canadians start businesses and build wealth is by leveraging their homes. However, Indigenous home ownership is close to zero, creating huge systemic barriers to economic development — barriers that can be broken down by decolonizing financial structures.