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Valuing Toronto's Faith Congregations

Churches and faith communities of various traditions have a great deal to offer to society and to the common good. Typically, these contributions have focused on qualitative contributions that congregations make to the cultural, spiritual, and social well-being of the communities that surround them. Few studies, however, have assessed these contributions...

Cheryl Clieff

Cheryl is a professional planner and a graduate of the University of Calgary’s Master in Planning Program who has worked on and written about a variety of urban issues. Cheryl has received numerous awards for community volunteer work and research on urban planning themes such as sustainable design and affordable housing. Previous to her graduate...

Richard Bridge: Thriving Charitable Sector is Vital to Canada

In this interview, Richard Bridge reflects on the legal and social aspects of charity in Canada including the role of hybrid organizations.

"Big Society" and Social Responsibility

"It is incumbent on those of us who make it our business to think through such things to imagine how the 'Big Society' agenda could provide opportunity and hope within a cultural arc where both seem to be in short supply." —Ray Pennings A transcription of proceedings from the Manning Centre Special Briefing, held June 10, 2011 in Ottawa. The papers...