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Introducing the Let’s Imagine Podcast
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Let's Imagine podcast EPISODE 2: Advancing equity in corporate social investment

While diversity training and donations from companies are well intended, perspectives shared by Black, Indigenous, 2SLGBTQI, South-Asian, and South-Asian Muslim professionals inside these companies, as well as Canadian youth aspiring to work in business sustainability and CSR, uncover a different story.

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Let’s Imagine Podcast EPISODE 1: A look ahead at 2023

To kick off the first season of our podcast, we discuss policy files from a legal perspective that will likely affect the sector in 2023 and beyond.

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Introducing the Let’s Imagine Podcast

With this podcast, our goal is to explore topics of interest to nonprofit professionals in an accessible way, and to have insightful conversations on emerging issues affecting our sector to collectively reflect on and advance social, economic and environmental justice.

Émilie Pontbriand

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A year in review: five sector perspectives you may have missed in 2022

Since you may not have had the time or opportunity to read all of the stories on our Imagine 360 blog this year, and in the spirit of sharing perspectives about our sector, we’ve compiled a list of 5 insightful posts that you may have missed in 2022.

Émilie Pontbriand

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Imagine Canada embarks on a 4-day work week pilot

Beginning in January 2023, our organization will launch a 6-month pilot project for a 4-day work week. Our offices will be open Monday to Thursday, and closed on Fridays.

Bruce MacDonald

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Tips to Protect Nonprofit Board Directors from Personal Liability

Being a board director is a fulfilling experience and a great way to contribute to society. However, many individuals who join a nonprofit board are not aware of the responsibilities and related liability that come with such a role.

Gayle Wadden

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Let's Imagine podcast EPISODE 2: Advancing equity in corporate social investment

While diversity training and donations from companies are well intended, perspectives shared by Black, Indigenous, 2SLGBTQI, South-Asian, and South-Asian Muslim professionals inside these companies, as well as Canadian youth aspiring to work in business sustainability and CSR, uncover a different story.