In emergencies, The Salvation Army’s presence is a source of stability and hope
The Salvation Army has responded to disasters in Canada for more than a century. While the scale of devastation may vary with each event, the willingness of volunteers to help and the ability of communities to bounce back remains constant.
The Association of Fundraising Professionals’ (AFP)/Globe and Mail special supplements on philanthropy are among the most important publications for the charitable sector every year because they highlight the vital work charities perform every day throughout the country. By focusing on the generosity and dedication of donors, along with the impact of our country’s charitable sector, we educate readers, thank donors and hopefully inspire many others to get involved.
Laura Kilcrease is on a mission to change the way the rest of Canada – and the world – perceive Alberta’s economy.
The CEO of Alberta Innovates, a provincially funded corporation with a mandate to deliver 21st-century solutions for the most compelling challenges facing Albertans, says there is far more to Alberta’s economy than just the energy sector.
According to UN refugee agency UNHCR, there are currently 68.5 million people from around the world who have been forced from home, nearly 25.4 million refugees among them. To make matters worse, only one per cent of refugees worldwide have access to higher education.
What does dedication to the health and well-being of Canadians look like? What does it mean to be a caring, accountable, responsive, innovative and community-minded company? Embracing a philosophy that includes workplace flexibility, mentorship, wellness and volunteerism programs has earned Medavie Blue Cross wide recognition for an award-winning corporate culture.
As longer, brighter days promise sun-filled fun, it’s time for a reminder that sun exposure can cause our skin to burn and blister or even have effects that may be less noticeable in the moment but devastating in the long term: skin cancer. One in seven Canadians will have skin cancer in their lifetime, and the biggest risk factor is exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation.