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[Resource] Free Legal Help for Non-Profits

The Pacific Legal Education & Outreach Society

Click HERE to visit the Law for Non Profits webpagePLEO has been providing legal services to the non-profit and arts sector since 2005. Operating under the name “Artists’ Legal Outreach” (ALO) in the beginning of PLEO’s inception, PLEO’s first project was the launch of a pilot legal clinic

[Toolkit] Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity & Gender Expression (SOGIE) Safer Places Toolkit

Alberta Health Services

In recent years, Alberta and Canada have made significant shifts towards the celebration and protection of LGBTQ2S+ people and their families. Gender identity and gender expression were added as protected grounds against discrimination in the Alberta Human Rights Act (2015) and Canada’s Human Righ

Webinar Recording: UNDRIP & You

Real Estate Foundation of BC

The governments of Canada and BC have adopted the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as their framework for reconciliation. But what does this mean for your organization and its work?Nonprofits, foundations, and local governments have important roles to play in advancing

Non-Profit Leadership: It's all about Trust

Charity Village

Reversing a historic decline in public trust in nonprofits and charities and advocating for a stronger future.  Buffeted on all sides from seemingly endless waves of controversies and challenges, nonprofit leadership in Canada finds itself increasingly under the microscope. Public trust in the sect

Guide outlines 10 Ways Local Government Can Propel Positive Social Change

Tamarack Institute

The Tamarack Institute is offering a guide titled 10 Ways Local Government Can Propel Positive Social Change. As communities face increasingly complex social challenges, local governments face a call to action. The guide outlines how to lead and work better together with others as communities pivo

January 2023 Vancouver Chinatown Affordable Seniors Housing Inventory

Louisa-May Khoo

A new report coming out of a community-led study sounds the alarm on the severe lack of affordable, suitable and secure housing with culturally appropriate integrated eldercare for Chinatown seniors.With deteriorating century-old buildings and a growing aging population, the Vancouver Chinatown Affo

The Little Black Book of Scams 2nd edition

Competition Bureau Canada

Scammers are sneaky and sly. They can target anyone, from youngsters to retirees. They can also target businesses. No one is immune to fraud.Our group of superheroes has found a way to see through the scams. Their secret is simple: knowledge is power! Read on to find out how you can also become a

Webinar Recording: Supporting Individuals and Families Affected by Dementia

Alzheimer Society of B.C.

As the population of our province ages, we will all be affected by dementia – whether we are friends and family members, neighbours, and people in the work force. Join the Alzheimer Society of B.C. for a foundational conversation about dementia. Learn how to distinguish dementia from normal age-re

Navigating a request for medical assistance in dying in British Columbia

Dying with Dignity Canada

Dr. Osmaan Sheikh, a MAID provider in British Columbia, explains the process of navigating a request for medical assistance in dying in the province — including the written request, the witnessing, the assessments, and the provision. Subscribe to Dying with Dignity Canada email list here . WEBSITE

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