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It’s National Volunteer Week 2017

From April 23 to 29, Volunteer Canada and Phil Communications celebrate Canada’s 12.7 million volunteers during National Volunteer Week (NVW). This year marks the 14th year Volunteer Canada has delivered the campaign in partnership with Investors Group, a longstanding...

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Terrifying trend in the non-profit sector

While synthesizing the Blackbaud Charitable Giving Report for 2016, we listed three important trends from last year. However, there was one crucial observation that was staring us right in the face, yet somehow flew under the radar. This is the increasingly terrifying...

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Blackbaud Charitable Giving Report: from insight to action

The biggest fundraising trend report for 2016 is here from Blackbaud. It’s jam-packed with data and perspectives from fundraising professionals. If you work in fundraising, you need to read this report. And, if you work in fundraising, we know the top of your to-do...

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On est à Ste-Agathe aujourd'hui avec l'équipe DCP Créneau pour un exercice amusant de positionnement. Ça travail fort! #marketing #crafts #staff #teamwork #branding #creativity #thinkoutsidethebox #meaningfulwork ... See MoreSee Less

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Projection de The Saver Film Screening

April 24, 2017, 7:00pm - April 24, 2017, 9:00pm

**en français plus bas** Join the Art History and Communication Studies Graduate Student Association (AHCS GSA) and Ciné-Salon @ Salon1861 (550 Rue Richmond) for a screening and discussion of "The Saver" (dir. Wiebke von Carolsfeld, 2016). "The Saver" is a Canadian drama about an Indigenous teen who asserts her independence and resolves to become a millionaire after the death of her mother. For the trailer, visit: vimeo.com/160005187 Director von Carolsfeld will be in attendance and has kindly agreed to introduce her film and participate in a discussion with attendees! This event is part of the While No One Was Looking critical engagement with Montreal's 375th anniversary, which includes this film screening, an art exhibition, a print magazine, and an artist/scholar panel discussion. The project aims to make space for dialogue around decolonial concepts of place, foreground marginalized experiences/histories, and decenter dominant celebrations of colonialism. For more, visit: wnowl.wordpress.com A childcare service will be provided by PopupCamp. Please make sure to register your children using the link provided: docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdmg09UiF3HV8oATL2ypLZ72I3-TRS2X4hUII_eLuJO1TrJFw/viewform Snacks will be served. The event would not be possible without the generous support of Le Salon 1861 and IPLAI McGill. // Joignez-vous à l’Association des étudiantes et étudiants de cycle supérieur en histoire de l’art et études en communication de McGill (AHCS GSA) au Ciné-Salon @ Salon1861 (550 Rue Richmond) pour la projection de “The Saver” (réal. Wiebke von Carolsfeld, 2016). “The Saver” est un drame canadien à propos d’une adolescente autochtone qui affirme son indépendance et qui est résolue à devenir millionnaire suite au décès de sa mère. Pour visionner la bande annonce, visitez: vimeo.com/160005187 La réalisatrice von Carolsfeld assistera à cette projection et elle va présenter son film et discuter avec les participants! Cet événement relève de l’engagement critique de While No One Was Looking en lien avec le 375e anniversaire de Montréal. Il comprend cette projection, une exposition d’art, un magazine imprimé et une table ronde d’artistes et de chercheurs. Le projet vise à créer un espace de dialogue autour de concepts décoloniaux de lieu, à souligner les expériences et histoires marginalisées et à décentrer les célébrations dominantes du colonialisme. Pour plus d’informations, visitez: wnowlfr.wordpress.com Un service de garde d’enfant sera offert par PopupCamp. Veuillez enregistrer votre enfant avec le lien fourni: docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdmg09UiF3HV8oATL2ypLZ72I3-TRS2X4hUII_eLuJO1TrJFw/viewform Une collation sera servie. Cet événement ne serait pas possible sans le généreux support de Le Salon 1861 et IPLAI McGill.

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Happy #EarthDay to everyone thriving on this beautiful planet! Go for a walk on Mt.Royal, skip the morning shower, use public transportation, keep the lights off, and start conversations around how we can do better for our home and our communities. There's #NoPlanetB. We're in this together. ... See MoreSee Less

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