Artistic Endeavours in Charity Law

This article has been developed from a paper which received The Philanthropist Award, 1998. The paper resulted from a directed research project supervised by Professor James Phillips of the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law. For further information about the Award seep. 76. Introduction The voluntary sector makes up a substantial portion of the Canadian…

Web Sites of Interest to the Philanthropic Community

Over the past several years a number of voluntary sector organizations have created a presence on the World Wide Web. Many are also playing a key role in providing access to an extensive base of sector-related information. The following are sites of particular interest: 1. Action Without Borders- www.idealist.org (International) Action Without Borders is a…

From the Editor

Volume 15 opens with a long essay on the place of art in the law of charity. The author, Kevin James, won the 1998 Philanthropist Award for this contribution to the journal. This award was established in 1987 through private donations and is designed to encourage students in law and commerce to explore the legal,…

The Philanthropist Welcomes a New Editor

With this first issue of Volume 15 we pass another milestone in the journal’s history and welcome David Stevens, a member of our Legal Advisory Board representing McGill University since 1995, as our new editor. The editorship of The Philanthropist is a voluntary position- a happy circumstance which makes it possible for us to command…