Category: Sector News

  • Emancipation Day: Ceremonial Flag Raising Event and Community Gathering

    Emancipation Day: Ceremonial Flag Raising Event and Community Gathering

    News Emancipation Day: Ceremonial Flag Raising Event and Community Gathering To commemorate the abolition of slavery across the British colonies on August 1, 1834, we recognize the entire month of August as Emancipation Month. In remembrance, there will be a flag raising ceremony and community gathering at North York Civic Centre on Tuesday, August 2, 2022, […]

  • Experiences with Anti-Black Racism in the Canadian Healthcare System

    Experiences with Anti-Black Racism in the Canadian Healthcare System

    News Experiences with Anti-Black Racism in the Canadian Healthcare System Do you have insights to share about your experience with navigating the Canadian healthcare system? The Black Health Education Collaborative (BHEC) wants to hear from you. Participants will take part in a 30 – 60 minute video interview and receive a $50 gift card for […]

  • Final Report Released for the Recognition Review Project

    Final Report Released for the Recognition Review Project

    News Final Report Released for the Recognition Review Project This report explores a community engagement process designed by Monumental Projects and its partners (NABC included) to seek feedback on the Draft City of Toronto Principles for Commemoration in the Public Realm. Community leaders, organizations, Indigenous rights-holders, panelists and artists provided key recommendations and comments. Read the […]

  • Download the 2021 Digital Skills Survey Results

    Download the 2021 Digital Skills Survey Results

    News Download the 2021 Digital Skills Survey Results The Digital Skills Survey provides critical insights on the digital health of the Canadian charitable sector. In our increasingly digital world, the study shows charities are ill-prepared to respond to the digital expectations of Canadians. They lack both the funding and skills necessary to maintain relevancy and […]

  • Invitation for Black Canadians to Share Views on COVID-19 Vaccine

    Invitation for Black Canadians to Share Views on COVID-19 Vaccine

    News Invitation for Black Canadians to Share Views on COVID-19 Vaccine Taylor Newberry Consulting and Digital Public Square are recruiting Black Canadians to participate in a focus group to discuss their perceptions of the COVID-19 vaccine and provide feedback on a vaccine information game developed by Digital Public Square. The game aims to increase knowledge […]

  • Volunteer With the Youth Opportunities Fund

    Volunteer With the Youth Opportunities Fund

    News Volunteer With the Youth Opportunities Fund Youth Opportunities Fund (YOF) is recruiting volunteers to be part of their Grant Review Committee (GRC). Members of the GRC assess grant applications and provide recommendations on projects that align with YOF requirements for project funding. The committee is looking for Indigenous and Black volunteers who have shared identities and […]

  • Durham Catholic District School Board Has Taken the Term Anti-Black Racism Out of Its Anti-Racism Policy

    Durham Catholic District School Board Has Taken the Term Anti-Black Racism Out of Its Anti-Racism Policy

    News Durham Catholic District School Board Has Taken the Term Anti-Black Racism Out of Its Anti-Racism Policy Recently the Durham Catholic District School board has made major changes to their Anti-Racism policy. They have removed terms like white supremacy, colonialism, anti-Black racism, microaggression, reparation, intersectionality, and restorative practice due to the concern that it reflects […]

  • Advancing Equity for Women and Girls: Focus Group Registration

    Advancing Equity for Women and Girls: Focus Group Registration

    News Advancing Equity for Women and Girls: Focus Group Registration Advancing Equity for Women and Girls is a new project that aims to promote economic security and prosperity for immigrant and racialized women in the Greater Toronto Area. If you are a racialized or immigrant woman who has experience in the Canadian workforce, please share […]

  • Running Up That Hill: Exerting Influence on the Legislative Process

    Running Up That Hill: Exerting Influence on the Legislative Process

    News Running Up That Hill: Exerting Influence on the Legislative Process ‘Hill Day’ is a cornerstone of government relations. It’s when a group of representatives travel to Parliament Hill for a concentrated day of meetings on their policy priority in the hopes of changing minds, creating relationships, and building momentum on issues. At minimum, they […]

  • 48-Hour Film Challenge

    48-Hour Film Challenge

    News 48-Hour Film Challenge Don’t miss this exciting challenge to write, shoot, and edit an original short film in only 48 hours. The TIFF Next Wave 48-Hour Film Challenge is co-presented by POV and Future of Film Showcase and is open to youth aged 14-29. Youth must work in teams of three or more to […]

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