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RECORDING: CORE 101 Training Session: An Introduction to Healthy Aging CORE Alberta

Healthy Aging Alberta

Healthy Aging Alberta launched the new and updated version of Healthy Aging CORE Alberta in December 2022. In this introductory session held on September 15, 2023, we provided a general overview of the CORE platform and how it connects to the vision of Healthy Aging Alberta. We also shared the benef

Report: Understanding and Responding to the Challenges Faced by FCSS Programs in Rural Alberta

Alberta Centre for Sustainable Rural Communities; Rural Municipalities of Alberta

The RMA partnered with the University of Alberta’s Centre for Sustainable Rural Communities (ACSRC) to develop a report that outlines the issues faced in local rural FCSS programs.

Podcast: Disrupting Colonialism for Two-Spirit Health

National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health (NCCDH)

Listen to this episode to hear how Harlan found his purpose of creating affirming spaces for Two-Spirit people, and to explore how we as public health professionals can support decolonization in public health programs, policies, research, and systems from a place of humility.

Podcast: Taking Intersectoral Action to Drive Decent Work

National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health (NCCDH)

Listen to this bonus episode to learn about how public health can collaborate with worker-led organizers to advance decent work to promote and protect the health of workers in precarious and unsafe work conditions.

Applications for Max Bell Foundation Public Policy Training Institute (deadline October 2, 2023)

Max Bell Foundation

Applications are open to staff and volunteer board members of Canadian charities who want to advance the mission of their organization through public policy advocacy.

Article: What Would a Gift Economy Approach to Running a Nonprofit Look Like?

Sue Carter Kahl, Nonprofit Quarterly

What Would a Gift Economy Approach to Running a Nonprofit Look Like? Sue Carter Kahl July 25, 2023 Share Tweet Share Email Print Two pairs of black hands, belonging to an adult and child, wrapping a gift in an African print cloth. Image Credit: Askar Abayev on pexels.com Leaders in the social sector hear it all the time: nonprofits should run like a business.

Has Your Charity Been Impacted by Floods, Wildfires, or Other Adverse Weather Events? Contact the CRA

Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)

The CRA released a statement acknowledging that some charities may be unable to meet their filing obligations due to extraordinary circumstances, such as a fire or flood. In such cases, you are advised to contact the CRA Charities Directorate as soon as possible to discuss your situation. This will

Article: What Trends Will Impact Charities and Nonprofits in the Third Quarter of 2023?

Cathy Barr, Ph.D. & Emily Jensen, Imagine Canada

Climate crisis continues to create challenges, feds ramp up for elections, new EDI data is a wakeup call for white-led nonprofits

Podcast: Building Health Equity-Focused Public Health Organizations

National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health (NCCDH)

Season 1 of Mind the Disruption was a success! We’ve decided to release bonus content from three episodes.


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