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Reimagining the nonprofit sector.
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    This article was adapted from a presentation to a convention co-sponsored by CEPAQ (centre pour l’avancement des associations du Quebec). The convention addressed the subject of nonprofit associations in Quebec, France and Belgium and was held in Montreal in May 1991. Proceedings were published in Inter-action in October 1991. Sans prétendre être exhaustif, mon exposé...

    The post Place et Role des Associations au Quebec les Delis de Ia Decennie 90 appeared first on The Philanthropist.


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    Translated from Inter-Action, special number, January 1990, published by CEPAQ (conseil pour l’avancement des associations du Quebec). In a federal country like Canada, it is not surprising to note that the great majority of nonprofit organizations or associations with a national scope have adopted the same federal structure, with all the advantages and disadvantages that...

    The post The Language Question in Canadian Associations appeared first on The Philanthropist.


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    The research assistance of Victoria Fraser, Student-at-Law, Lang Michener, 1992-93, is gratefully acknowledged. Introduction The pursuit of the public interest flourishes in this era of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms; however, the liberalized standing that permits public interest groups to press their claims was the product of pre-Charter jurisprudence: the trilogy of Thorson!,...

    The post Is The Public Interest Falling From Standing? Two Recent Comments From The Supreme Court of Canada appeared first on The Philanthropist.


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  • 12/31/93--16:00: Buddy Can You Spare $100?
  • This article has been developed from a presentation to the Canadian Bar Association-Ontario/Law Society of Upper Canada seminar “Media and Communication” in April 1993. This paper, an examination of sections 206 and 207 of the Criminal Codel and their application to “legal” lotteries, could just as easily be entitled “Buddy, Could You Spare a Few...

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    Cite as (1992-3), 11Philanthrop. No., pp. PREPARED BY CLAUDIA WILLETTS, M.L.S. Subject Index A ACCOUNTING FOR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS CICA Exposure Draft-Critiques Summer 1992(Voi.XI,No.2), pp. 35-39. ACCOUNTING FOR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS Falk framework Fall 1992(Voi.XI,No.3), pp. 33-41. ADVOCACY On constitutional referendum by charitable organizations. Allowance by Revenue Canada Fall 1992(Voi.XI,No.3), p. 43. ADVOCATES Public interest advocates. Legal...

    The post Index to The Philanthropist Volume XI appeared first on The Philanthropist.


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    Introduction On April 14, 2003, the Quebec Liberal Party came to power and set out to reengineer and modernize the Quebec state. Under the guise of decentralization and democratization, it launched a series of reforms that transformed the relationship between citizens and the state (Saint-Martin, 2004; Boismenu, Dufour, & Saint-Martin, 2005; Rouillard et al., 2004...

    The post State and Community Sector Relations: Crisis and Challenges in Quebec appeared first on The Philanthropist.


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    PREPARED BY MAURA BROWN, MA Subject Index A ACCOUNTABILITY. Religious activities Religious persons and religious institutions 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 87–89 ACCOUNTABILITY. Religious institutions Tort accountability for religious activities 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 87–130 ADVANCEMENT OF RELIGION As a head of charity 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 257–93 ADVANCEMENT OF RELIGION Head of...

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    Yves Vaillancourt Introduction À la suite d’une demande de son comité éditorial, j’ai accepté d’écrire de temps en temps des articles en français dans la revue bilingue The Philantropist / Le Philanthrope. Pour le premier article, j’ai tenu compte d’une suggestion à l’effet que je livre une vision d’ensemble des principales questions auxquelles se trouve...

    The post Six Enjeux Concernant L’économie Sociale Au Québec Et Au Canada appeared first on The Philanthropist.


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    Understanding The Social Economy: A Canadian Perspective by Jack Quarter, Laurie Mook, & Ann Armstrong, Toronto: University of Toronto Press; 2009. isbn: 978-0-80209-645-6 CIRIEC: The Worth of the Social Economy. An International Perspective edited by Marie J. Bouchard, New York: Peter Lang Pub. Inc.; 2009. isbn: 978-9-05201-580-4 These two books represent milestones in defining, explaining, and describing...

    The post Social Economy: Two Perspectives (Review Essay) appeared first on The Philanthropist.


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  • 02/25/14--16:00: Book Review
  • Canadian Public Policy And The Social Economy Edited by Rupert Downing Victoria, bc: University of Victoria; 2012 isbn 978-1-5505-8453-0 This volume elucidates key themes of a unique five-year national social economic research collaboration engaging 350 Canadian researchers—both academics and practitioners. One of the strengths of the collaboration, in my experience as one of the 350,...

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    As we mark the 150th anniversary of confederation, The Philanthropist is profiling Canadians from across the non-profit sector and putting a face to 150 individuals who work or volunteer in Canada’s social sector. Name: Daniel H. Lanteigne Current role in the sector: Executive Director, REA Foundation Years working and/or volunteering in the non-profit sector:  I have been working...

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  • 09/11/17--12:16: 150 Profiles: Pietro Bozzo
  • As we mark the 150th anniversary of confederation, The Philanthropist is profiling Canadians from across the non-profit sector and putting a face to 150 individuals who work or volunteer in Canada’s social sector. Name: Pietro Bozzo Current role in the sector: Executive Director, Dawson Boys and Girls Club Years working and/or volunteering in the non-profit sector: I have been...

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    As we mark the 150th anniversary of confederation, The Philanthropist is profiling Canadians from across the non-profit sector and putting a face to 150 individuals who work or volunteer in Canada’s social sector. Name: Richard Walling  Current role in the sector: Executive Director, Jeffrey Hale Community Partners Years working and/or volunteering in the non-profit sector: 30+ years What...

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  • 09/27/17--12:10: 150 Profiles: Guy Rodgers
  • As we mark the 150th anniversary of confederation, The Philanthropist is profiling Canadians from across the non-profit sector and putting a face to 150 individuals who work or volunteer in Canada’s social sector. Name: Guy Rex Rodgers Current role in the sector: Founder and Executive Director of ELAN (English Language Arts Network), which represents English-speaking artists in Quebec....

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  • 12/11/17--10:38: 150 Profiles: Andrea Clarke
  • As we mark the 150th anniversary of confederation, The Philanthropist is profiling Canadians from across the non-profit sector and putting a face to 150 individuals who work or volunteer in Canada’s social sector. Name: Andrea Clarke Current role in the sector: Director at À deux mains/Head & Hands, an organization providing medical, social and legal services and recreational activities...

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  • 12/11/17--14:07: 150 Profiles: Nadia Ross
  • As we mark the 150th anniversary of confederation, The Philanthropist is profiling Canadians from across the non-profit sector and putting a face to 150 individuals who work or volunteer in Canada’s social sector. Name: Nadia Ross Current role in the sector: Artistic Director, STO Union, a theatre organization based in Wakefield, Quebec. Years working and/or volunteering in the...

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    Looking for Bootstraps: Economic Development in the Maritimes, by Donald J Savoie, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Nimbus Publishing, 2017, ISBN 978-177108-481-9 Asked what he would do to run Canada more like a business, Pierre Trudeau famously quipped he would start by selling off the Maritimes. Trudeau was referring to the longstanding  ̶  and still continuing  ̶...

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