Book Review

A Year Of Living Generously—Dispatches From The Front Lines Of Philanthropy by Lawrence Scanlan. Toronto: Douglas & McIntyre; 2010. isbn: 978-1-55365-416-2 Peter Broder Although its title, A Year of Living Generously, echoes that of the popular Mel Gibson/Sigourney Weaver film from a few decades ago (The Year of Living Dangerously), that is about as close…

From the Editor

Volume IX fmishes in this issue with a number of reflections on the evolution of charities, from the point of view of their operation and their regulation. Carl Juneau of Revenue Canada describes the changes he has seen in the types of charities that Revenue Canada has been dealing with over the years, and raises…

Viewpoint: Affordable Housing – An Opportunity for Foundations

Readers are invited to respond to articles in this section. If appropriate, their views will be published. We know that since Canada has one of the most advanced development industries in the world, we have the capability to solve the affordable housing crisis for people on social assistance and/or low wages. We are also aware…