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October 23, 2018 | Troy McEachren, Karima Kanani, Susan M. Manwaring

Our Social Impact group will be presenting complimentary seminars in Saskatoon on November 6 and Regina on November 7 covering general best practices for non-profits and charities, as well as recent developments in the voluntary sector that may impact organizations operating in Saskatchewan. Click here for full details and information on how to register.

Susan Manwaring will be speaking at the STEP Alberta and CAGP Collaboration with Ross Young, Secure Capital Management, on “Changing Face of Philanthropy: Ecological gifts, impact investments, social enterprise, endowment vs flow through shares” in Calgary, AB on October 25, 2018.

Susan Manwaring will be speaking at a local Calgary CAGP Chapter on “Changing Face of Philanthropy: Ecological gifts, impact investments, social enterprise, endowment vs. flow through shares” in Calgary, AB on October 25, 2018.

Troy McEachren presented with Jo-Anne Ryan, Vice-President, Philanthropic Advisory Services at TD Wealth, from the Private Giving Foundation on the topic “Out-of-the Box Gifts”, presented at the Advanced Canadian Gift Planning Symposium at Carleton University in Ottawa, ON on October 17-18, 2018.

Karima Kanani presented on “Integration Enterprise Risk: A Legal Perspective” at the Ontario Community Support Association Annual Conference, Community Connect 2018 in Toronto, ON on October 17, 2018.

Karima Kanani delivered a Guest Lecture on “Health System Transformation” for the Ryerson University Masters of Health Administration (Community Care) program at the Ted Rogers School of Management in Toronto, ON on October 19, 2018.

Troy McEachren participated in the Partnership for Gender Equality Roundtable hosted by Global Affairs Canada in Montreal, QC on October 10, 2018.

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