As we mark the 150th anniversary of confederation, The Philanthropist is profiling Canadians from across the non-profit sector and putting a face to 150 individuals who work or volunteer in Canada’s social sector. Current role in the sector: President & CEO, Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada, and adjunct faculty in non-profit management at the Schulich School of Business, York University.
Leading up to Canada Day this year, we’ve seen festivities and events, patriotism and participation. And for good reason! Canada’s 150th birthday is a time to show pride in our country and our people, and to be grateful for the incredible diversity of cultures and backgrounds that populate the mosaic of Canada. Boys and Girls Clubs have been an important part of Canadian history for 117 years.
Publication: Pendant la relâche, Isabella a fait de l'ingénierie. Des bénévoles de Tru Grit Engineering lui ont montré, ainsi qu'à d'autres membres du Repaire jeunesse de Thunder Bay, à fabriquer des voitures jouets. Sur le plan technique, ils se sont initiés à la résolution de problèmes, à la physique de la propulsion, à la mécanique et aux mathématiques.
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Selecting a term
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