Monthly Archives: June 2013

I’m Not Offended As A Taxpayer Or Voter, I’m Offended As A Leader And A Donor

I got a surprising amount of attention from a tweet I sent out following the news that Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau was responding to the scrutiny he’s been under for accepting fees from charitable organizations for speaking engagements. I was … Continue reading

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We Do Have Scarcity Issues, But We Can Also Make More Effective Use Of The Resources We Have

June 19, 2013 This interview with Rick Gibbons on 580 CFRA is already one of my personal favourites. It’s a pleasure to have the time for a conversation instead of pressing to summarize complex issues in short quotes. Our discussion … Continue reading

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Oh, What A Night!

Stressful as it was at times, if you are the co-founder and co-leader of a local charity (that’s part of who I am, in case you are wondering) it really doesn’t get any better than the evening of June 6, … Continue reading

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Nonprofit Spark Interview: “Making your non-profit a welcome place for young professionals”

Renee McGivern from Nonprofit Spark radio followed up on a tweet about my article “Social Change and a Welcoming Environment for Youth in the Nonprofit Community” (in The Philanthropist) by inviting me to follow her show “Keeping high performers happy … Continue reading

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