Columnists
The Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa, photographed in 2012. Image: Robert Linsdell/Flickr
Edward M. Hyland, Pro Bono | Under what circumstances does membership of charities, non-profits and community organizations have the legal status that will attract a judge's jurisdiction and oversight?
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Carl Benito
David J. Climenhaga | As alert readers surely recall, such promises have been made in Alberta before -- only to yield bitter tears of disappointment and sarcastic blog posts.
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Gerry Caplan | So before summer's over, please shell out a couple of hundred bucks to your favourite NGO. And get angrier about obscene inequality. You won't be sorry.
Podcast
Face2Face | Jay talks about his new approach to giving, philanthropy, why he's passionate about the giver and how a meeting at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas changed his life.
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Yves Engler | While Canadian companies exploit African resources for their own benefit this country’s charities call on us to join Africa “hope” walks.
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Gerry Caplan | Last year, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation announced an $11 million grant to -- wait for it -- MasterCard.
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GivingTuesday
rabble staff | GivingTuesday brings together more than 3,500 organizations all working together to promote fundraising efforts and volunteer-driven projects for a better Canada.
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Jesse Bauman | Kraft Dinner 'tastes' entirely different, depending upon whether a given box ends up being consumed in a food-secure or in a food-insecure household.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | At this time of year, many of us are thinking about where to make charitable donations. Cathy Crowe says we should put most of our dollars into organizations advocating for social justice.
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Iglika Ivanova | Poverty is not a problem that can be solved by soup kitchens, food banks and Christmas toy drives any more than a leaky roof can be fixed by mopping the puddles off the floor.
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Didier, Master of Ceremonies
Lynn Thompson | Canada's leading child and youth mentoring charity presented a 'Big Speakers' event at the Ottawa Convention Centre, featuring Arlene Dickinson and Sir Terence Matthews.
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Kate McInturff | According to the Fraser Institute's latest report, compassion is causing us to confuse those who have lower income with those who do not have enough income to sustain life.