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Magazine articles on politics and society in Canada.
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AFP eWire
March 3, 2008
Alberta Enacts Tax Credit, Donation Grants Program As part of its Community Spirit Program, the government of Alberta has instituted two new initiatives designed to help increase charitable donations in the province. mark for My Articles 352 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 14, 2008
Rebecca Trager
Testing Time for Canadian Science Advisers Canada's new Science, Technology and Innovation Council (STIC) was established to provide the government with independent and integrated advice on science and technology and has been shrouded in political controversy. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
AFP eWire
January 28, 2008
Canadian Giving Strong as Charity Growth Slows While Canadian giving has experienced strong growth over the first five years of the decade, the number of new charities being formed has slowed considerably and the majority of gifts are given to the largest organizations. mark for My Articles 609 similar articles
AFP eWire
December 3, 2007
CRA Cracking Down on Compliance, Enforcement of Form T3010A The Canada Revenue Agency has indicated it will be cracking down on registered charities that either file their Forms T3010A late or not at all; at the same time, it also is providing increased guidance on how organizations can comply with these requirements. mark for My Articles 273 similar articles
November 27, 2007
Richard Morgan
Today, Countries Battle for a Piece of the Arctic. Tomorrow? The Moon. What has gone unnoticed amid the international clamor between Canada, Denmark, Norway, Russia, and the US is that the Arctic battle has implications that reach far beyond the top of Earth. The squabbling will be a prelude to -- and even set the tone for -- eventual sovereignty claims on the moon. mark for My Articles 123 similar articles
AFP eWire
November 12, 2007
Funding For Canadian Giving Survey in Jeopardy The Canadian federal government is considering cutting funding for the Survey on Giving, Volunteering and Participation (CSGVP). mark for My Articles 530 similar articles
AFP eWire
November 5, 2007
Donors Decrease but Giving Increases in Canada Canadian giving reached an all-time high in 2006, growing by 8.3% to $8.5 billion, even as the number of donors shrunk by 1.4% to 5.8 million, according to new research. mark for My Articles 340 similar articles
AFP eWire
October 15, 2007
Overview of Canadian Philanthropic Achievements Imagine Canada has released a study detailing the specific achievements that Canadian philanthropy and the country's charitable sector has accomplished. mark for My Articles 800 similar articles
AFP eWire
October 8, 2007
Canadian Funders Placing Huge Burdens on Charities The entire grant/funding process in Canada is becoming increasingly burdensome, time-consuming and complicated, according to a new report by the Wellesley Institute. mark for My Articles 280 similar articles
Aug/Sep 2007
Katherine Mangu-Ward
Northern Lights Out Canada voted to prohibit the sale of incandescent light bulbs. The bulbs, which also have been banned in Australia and are facing possible extinction in California and other states, are being targeted in the hope of staving off global warming. mark for My Articles 77 similar articles
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