Index to The Philanthropist, Volume 19

PREPARED BY MAURA BROWN, MA

Subject Index

A

ACCOUNTABILITY. Administrative

Community service organizations 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 267–68

ACCOUNTABILITY. Evaluation

Community service organizations 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), p. 268

ACCOUNTABILITY. Public

Contract funding crisis 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 268–69

ACCOUNTABILITY. Public

Principles adhered to by non-share capital corporations 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 195–96

ACCOUNTABILITY. Voluntary sector

Contracting out 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 211–31

ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITIES Non-share capital corporations 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 192–93

ADVISED FUND SEE DONOR-ADVISED FUND

ADVISED FUND PROGRAM SEE DONOR-ADVISED FUND PROGRAM ADVOCACY. Charities

Public opinion re 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 116–24

ADVOCACY CHILL. Community service organizations

Contract funding 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), p. 264

AIRPORTS

Operating responsibility of non-share capital corporations 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 193–94

ALBERTA. Personal Information Protection Act

Application to charities 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 294–98, 310

ALBERTA. Personal Information Protection Act

Application to non-profit organizations 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 309–310

ALBERTA. Personal Information Protection Act

Compliance 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), p. 324

ANTI-TERRORISM LEGISLATION. Charities Money-laundering legislation (Bill C-36) FINTRAC reporting requirements 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 59–60

ANTI-TERRORISM LEGISLATION. Charities

Due diligence re compliance 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 109–15

B

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Charities’ due diligence in selecting

Complying with anti-terrorism legislation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), p. 111

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Of non-share capital corporations 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 185–95

BRITISH COLUMBIA. Personal Information Protection Act

Application to charities 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 298–303, 310–11

BRITISH COLUMBIA. Personal Information Protection Act

Application to non-profit organizations 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 310–11

BRITISH COLUMBIA. Personal Information Protection Act

Compliance 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), p. 324

BUSINESS ACTIVITIES SEE RELATED BUSINESS ACTIVITIES

C

CANADA REVENUE AGENCY (CRA)

Policy statement on related business for charities 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 277–78

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS Liability of directors and officers 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 5–45

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS. De-registration

Charities Registration (Security Information) Act

2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 68 ff

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS. Due diligence

Complying with anti-terrorism legislation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 109–15

CHARITABLE PROGRAMS. Due diligence checklist

Compliance with anti-terrorism legislation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), p. 112

CHARITIES

Evidencing due diligence 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), p. 119

CHARITIES. Ontario

Government support in nineteenth century 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 159–62

CHARITIES

Privacy legislation, effects on 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 305–15

CHARITIES

Public opinion poll: results 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 116–24

CHARITIES. Registration (Security Information) Act

Part 6 of Anti-Terrorism Act, security certificate and effects

De-regulation process—limited defence 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 68–72

CHARITIES. Related business activities

Statutory framework/case law re 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 273–77

CHARITY. United States

Defined 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), p. 85

COMMERCIAL FUND SEE COMMERCIAL GIFT FUND COMMERCIAL GIFT FUND. United States

Defined 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), p. 85

COMMUNICATION. Not-for-profit sector

Financial vibrancy 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 251–52

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION. United States

Defined 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), p. 85

COMMUNITY SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS Funding crisis 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 261–72

CONTRACT FUNDING. Community service organizations

Failure of 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 261–72

CONTRACTING. Voluntary sector

Vertical and horizontal accountability 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 211–31

CONTRACTS. Ontario

Hamilton Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 201–10

CONTRIBUTION AGREEMENTS. Voluntary sector

Vertical and horizontal accountability 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 211–31

CORNERSTONES OF COMMUNITY. Nonprofit sector

Statistics Canada survey: results 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 263

CROWN CORPORATIONS Role in Canada 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 183–84

D

DESTINATION TEST. Charities’ related business activities

Case law 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 275–76

DIRECTORS. Charitable and nonprofit organizations. Ontario

Common law duties 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), p. 174

DIRECTORS. Charitable and nonprofit organizations. Ontario

Duty of care 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), p. 174

DIRECTORS. Charitable and nonprofit organizations. Ontario

Rights and responsibilities 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), p. 174

DIRECTORS. Charitable and nonprofit organizations. Ontario

Statutory liability, federal and provincial 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 5–42

DISBURSEMENT QUOTA. Charities

Concerns re draft legislation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 125–28

DISBURSEMENT QUOTA RULES. Donor-advised funds

Canadian/U.S. funds compared 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 102–103

DONOR-ADVISED FUND PROGRAM. United States

Defined 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), p. 85

DONOR-ADVISED FUNDS. Canada

Compared with U.S. funds 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 102–104

DONOR-ADVISED FUNDS. United States

Control of 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 92–94

DONOR-ADVISED FUNDS. United States

Debates re 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 85–108

DONOR-ADVISED FUNDS. United States

Government inquiry 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 95–97

DONOR-ADVISED FUNDS. United States

Mission shift 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 99–101

DONOR-ADVISED FUNDS. United States

Unfair competition 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 97–98

DUE DILIGENCE. Charities

Complying with anti-terrorism legislation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 109–15

E

EDUCATION. Charities’ due diligence

Complying with anti-terrorism legislation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 109–15

ELIGIBLE DONEE. Charities

Concerns re draft definition 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), p. 129

ENDOWMENT. United States

Defined 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), p. 86

ESSENTIAL PUBLIC SERVICES

Providing through non-share capital corporations 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 182–200

F

FINANCIAL VIBRANCY. Not-for-profits

Best practices case studies 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 241–60

FOUNDATION. United States

Defined 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), p. 86

FUNDING. Charities

Public perceptions of 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 119–21

FUNDING. Community service organizations

Crisis: Survey results 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 261–72

FUNDING. Community service organizations

Failure of 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 261–72

FUNDING. Not-for-profit sector

Sustainability model 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 254–57

G

GIFT FUND SEE COMMERCIAL GIFT FUND GOVERNMENT

Funding of nonprofit sector 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 262–65

GOVERNMENT. Municipal

Ontario support for charities in nineteenth century 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 159–67

GREATER TORONTO AIRPORTS AUTHORITY (GTAA) Case study of non-share capital corporation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 189–91

H

HAMILTON COMMUNITY CARE ACCESS CENTRE (CCAC) Failure of government contract 2005(Vol.19, No. 3), pp. 201–10

HOME CARE SERVICES. Ontario

Contracting relationship between nonprofits and government 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 201–210

HORIZONTAL ACCOUNTABILITY. Voluntary sector

Contracting out 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 211–31

I

INCOME TAX ACT

Liability of directors and officers 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 12–13

INCOME TAX ACT. Draft amendments

Letter of concern re 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 125–30

INFORMATION. Charities

Information gathering under Proceeds of Crime Act

Reporting requirements under 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 65–68

INFORMATION. Charities

Public perception of levels provided 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 116–24

L

LEADERSHIP. Charities

Public opinion poll results 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 118–19

LEGISLATION. Anti-terrorism

Compliance of charities, Bill C–36 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 43–79

LEGISLATION. Anti-terrorism

FINTRAC. Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) Act 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 59–60

LEGISLATION. Privacy SEE PERSONAL INFORMATION PROTECTION AND ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS ACT (PIPEDA)

LIABILITY. Directors of nonprofit organizations

Ontario 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 5–45

M

MANITOBA

Privacy legislation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 304–305

MISSION DRIFT. Community service organizations

Contract funding 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), p. 264

MISSION DRIFT

Heightened accountability requirements 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 219–20

MONITORING. Charities

Public preferences re 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), p. 122

MONOPOLY

Non-share capital corporations 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 190, 194, 195, 196

N

NAV CANADA. Non-share capital corporations

Case study 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 188–89

NETWORK RAIL. Non-share capital corporations

Case study 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 186–88

NEW BRUNSWICK

Protection of Personal Information Act

2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), p. 305

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR Privacy legislation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), p. 305

NEW PUBLIC MANAGEMENT

Government-voluntary sector relationships 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 212

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS Privacy legislation, effects on 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 305–15

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. Directors and officers

Liability 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 5–42

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. Directors and officers

Investments, borrowing, business activities, political activities, lobbying activities, gambling activities, etc. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 24–30

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. Ontario

Contracting relationship with government

Hamilton Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 183–200

NONPROFIT SECTOR. Funding crisis

Survey results 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 261–72

NONPROFIT SECTOR. Surveys

Funding sources 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 262–65

NON-SHARE CAPITAL CORPORATIONS Administrative authorities 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 192–93

NON-SHARE CAPITAL CORPORATIONS Delivering safety and consumer protection 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 191–93

NON-SHARE CAPITAL CORPORATIONS Financing the operation of 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 193–95

NON-SHARE CAPITAL CORPORATIONS

Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) (case study) 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 189–91

NON-SHARE CAPITAL CORPORATIONS Indicia of success 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 195–98

NON-SHARE CAPITAL CORPORATIONS NAV Canada (case study) 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 188–89

NON-SHARE CAPITAL CORPORATIONS Network Rail (case study) 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 185–86

NON-SHARE CAPITAL CORPORATIONS

As vehicles for providing essential public services 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 182–200

NON-SHARE CAPITAL CORPORATIONS Welsh Water (Glas Cymru) (case study) 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 186–88

NOT-FOR-PROFIT SECTOR. Sustainability

Best practices case studies 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 241–60

NOT-FOR-PROFIT SECTOR. Sustainability

Capacity building 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 245–47

NOT-FOR-PROFIT SECTOR. Sustainability

Financial literacy 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 249–50

NOT-FOR-PROFIT SECTOR. Sustainability

Identifying a niche 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 250–51

NOT-FOR-PROFIT SECTOR. Sustainability

Relationship-building 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 248–49

NOVA SCOTIA Privacy legislation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), p. 305

O

OFFICERS. Corporations. Ontario

Liability, issues re 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 5–45

ONTARIO

Privacy legislation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 303–304

ONTARIO. Directors of corporations

Liability issues 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 5–45

ONTARIO. Non-share capital corporations

Safety and consumer regulations 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 191–93

ONTARIO NEW HOME WARRANTIES PLAN ACT

Warranties administered by non-share capital corporation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 191–93

ORGANIZATION WITH 501 (c) (3) STATUS SEE TAX-EXEMPT ORGANIZATION.

United States

P

PASSPORTING. Voluntary sector

Overlapping funding applications 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), p. 224

PENALTIES. Income Tax Act

Letter of concern re draft legislation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 129–30

PERSONAL INFORMATION PROTECTION AND ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS ACT (PIPEDA). Application to charities

2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 305–15

PERSONAL INFORMATION PROTECTION AND ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS ACT (PIPEDA). Application to charities

Compliance 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 292–93, 315–19

PERSONAL INFORMATION PROTECTION AND ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS ACT (PIPEDA). Application to charities

Consent 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 284–86, 312–15

PERSONAL INFORMATION PROTECTION AND ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS ACT (PIPEDA). Application to charities

Guiding principles 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 282–91

PERSONAL INFORMATION PROTECTION AND ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS ACT (PIPEDA). Application to charities

Non-compliance, effects of 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 292–93, 320–24

PERSONAL INFORMATION PROTECTION AND ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS ACT (PIPEDA). Application to charities

Provincial laws 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 293–305

PERSONAL INFORMATION PROTECTION AND ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS ACT (PIPEDA). Application to charities

Sensitive information 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 312–315

PHILANTHROPIC INTERMEDIARY. United States

Defined 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), p. 86

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act

2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), p. 305

PRIVACY LEGISLATION SEE ALSO PERSONAL PROTECTION AND ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS ACT (PIPEDA)

PRIVACY LEGISLATION. Application to charities

Multiple jurisdictions 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 311–12

PRIVATIZATION OF SERVICES

Through non-share capital corporations 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 182–200

PROJECT-BASED FUNDING. Voluntary sector

Horizontal and vertical accountability 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 211–31

PROVINCES PRIVACY LEGISLATION Application to charities 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 293–305

PUBLIC CHARITY. United States

Defined 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), p. 86

PUBLIC INTEREST CORPORATIONS SEE NON-SHARE CAPITAL CORPORATIONS

Q

QUEBEC. Privacy legislation

Application to charities 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 293–94

R

REFLECTIVE PRACTICE. Not-for-profit sector

Financial vibrancy 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 256–57

RELATED BUSINESS ACTIVITIES. Charities

Provisions under Income Tax Act 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 273–74

RELATED BUSINESS ACTIVITIES. Charities

Case law 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 275–77

RELATIONAL CONTRACTING Voluntary sector accountability 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 222–25

REVOCATION TAX. Definition

Letter of concern re proposed 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), p. 128

S

SAFETY AND CONSUMER REGULATIONS. Ontario

Non-share capital corporations 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 191–93

SATELLITE ACCOUNT

Statistics Canada survey of nonprofit sector 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 262–65

SECURITY CERTIFICATE. Charities

De-regulation for supporting terrorist activities 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 68–72

SOCIAL VALUE. Not-for-profit sector

Sustainability model 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 252–53

STAFF. Charitable organizations. Due diligence

Compliance with anti-terrorism legislation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), p. 111

SURVEYS. Nonprofit sector

Statistics Canada: results 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 262–65

SUSTAINABILITY. Not-for-profit sector

Best practices case studies 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 241–60

T

TAX-EXEMPT ORGANIZATION. United States

Defined 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), p. 86

THIRD PARTIES. Due diligence

Compliance with anti-terrorism legislation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 112–13

TRUST. Charities

Public opinion poll results 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 116–19

U

UMBRELLA ASSOCIATIONS. Due diligence

Compliance with anti-terrorism legislation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), p. 112

UNDUE BENEFIT. Charities

Concerns re draft legislation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 125–30

UNFAIR COMPETITION. Donor-advised funds

United States 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 97–98

V

VERTICAL ACCOUNTABILITY. Voluntary sector

Contracting out 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 211–31

VOLUNTARY INITIATIVES. Ontario

From 1830–1950 2005(Vol.19,No. 3), pp. 159–67

VOLUNTARY SECTOR

Public opinion poll: results 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 109–15

VOLUNTARY SECTOR. Accountability

Contracting out 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 211–31

VOLUNTARY SECTOR INITIATIVE Evaluation of relationship with government 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 168–81

VOLUNTEERS. Charitable organizations. Due diligence

Compliance with anti-terrorism legislation 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 116–24

W

WELFARE, PUBLIC. Ontario

Government support in nineteenth century 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 5–45

WELSH WATER (Glas Cymru). Non-share capital corporations

Case study 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 185–86

Author Index

Brock, Kathy L.

Judging the VSI: Reflections on the Relationship Between the Federal Government and the Voluntary Sector

2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 168–81

Brown, Maura.

Burke, Brian J., Michael Kray, and William I. Innes

Selected Issues Regarding the Liability of Directors and Officers of Charitable and

Nonprofit Corporations

2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 4–42

Carter, Terrance S.

Charities and Compliance With Anti-Terrorism Legislation: The Shadow of the Law

2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 43–79

Carter, Terrance S.

Charities and Compliance With Anti-Terrorism Legislation: A Due Diligence

Response

2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 109–15

Cloutier, Charlotte

Donor-Advised Funds in the U.S.: Controversy and Debate

2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 85–108

Eakin, Lynn and Ted Richmond

Community Service Organizations at Risk

2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 261–72

Drache, Arthur B.C.

Related Business: What’s Okay and What’s Not

2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 273–79

Gough, Michael

The Role of Non-Share Capital Corporations in Providing Essential Public

Services in Canada

2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 182–200

Innes, William I., Michael Kray, and Brian J. Burke

Selected Issues Regarding the Liability of Directors and Officers of Charitable and

Nonprofit Corporations

2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 4–42

Kray, Michael, William I. Innes, and Brian J. Burke

Selected Issues Regarding the Liability of Directors and Officers of Charitable and

Nonprofit Corporations

2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 4–42

Levasseur, Karine and Susan D. Philips

Square Pegs in Round Holes: Vertical and Horizontal Accountability in Voluntary

Sector Contracting

2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 211–31

Maurutto, Paula

Charity and Public Welfare in History: A Look at Ontario, 1830–1950

2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 159–67

O’Connor, Denise

The Dark Side of Contracting with Government: The Case of VHA Hamilton and the Province of Ontario

2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 201–210

Philips, Susan D. and Levasseur, Karine

Square Pegs in Round Holes: Vertical and Horizontal Accountability in Voluntary

Sector Contracting

2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 211–31

Richmond, Ted and Lynn Eakin

Community Service Organizations at Risk

2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 261–72

Struthers, Marilyn

Supporting Financial Vibrancy in the Quest for Sustainability in the Not-for-Profit

Sector

2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 241–60

Sweatman, M. Jasmine

The Protection of Personal Information by Charities and Not-For-Profit

Organizations: A National Perspective

2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 280–328

Wyatt, Bob

The People Have Spoken: Is Anybody Listening?

2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 116–24

Wyllie, Gavin

For the Record: Letter to the Department of Finance Canada re: Draft Income Tax

Amendments to Implement 2004 Budget Proposals

2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 125–30

Title Index

Charities and Compliance with Anti-Terrorism Legislation: A Due Diligence Response

Terrance S. Carter. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 109–15

Charities and Compliance with Anti-Terrorism Legislation: The Shadow of the Law

Terrance S. Carter. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 43–79

Charity and Public Welfare in History: A Look at Ontario, 1830–1950

Paula Maurutto. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 159–67

Community Service Organizations at Risk

Lynn Eakin and Ted Richmond. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 261–72

The Dark Side of Contracting with Government: The Case of VHA Hamilton and the Province of Ontario

Denise O’Connor. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 201–210

Donor-Advised Funds in the U.S.: Controversy and Debate

Charlotte Cloutier. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 85–108

For the Record: Letter to the Department of Finance Canada re: Draft Income Tax

Amendments to Implement 2004 Budget Proposals

Gavin Wyllie. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 125–30

Index to The Philanthropist, Volume 18

Maura Brown. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 140–49

Judging the VSI: Reflections on the Relationship Between the Federal Government and the Voluntary Sector

Kathy L. Brock. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 168–81

The People Have Spoken: Is Anybody Listening?

Bob Wyatt. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 116–24

The Protection of Personal Information by Charities and Not-For-Profit Organizations: A National Perspective

M. Jasmine Sweatman. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 280–328

Related Business: What’s Okay and What’s Not

Arthur B.C. Drache. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 273–79

The Role of Non-Share Capital Corporations in Providing Essential Public Services in

Canada

Michael Gough. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 182–200

Selected Issues Regarding the Liability of Directors and Officers of Charitable and

Nonprofit Corporations

William I. Innes, Michael Kray, and Brian Burke. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 1), pp. 4–42

Square Pegs in Round Holes: Vertical and Horizontal Accountability in Voluntary

Sector Contracting

Karine Levasseur and Susan D. Philips 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 211–31

Supporting Financial Vibrancy in the Quest for Sustainability in the Not-for-Profit

Sector

Marilyn Struthers. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 241–60

Book Review Index

Bequest Management for Charitable Organizations, by M. Jasmine Sweatman. 2005(Vol.

19,No. 2), pp. 135–37

Governing Charities: Church and State in Toronto’s Catholic Archdiocese, 1850–1950, by Paula Maurutto. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 137–39

Improving Connections Between Governments and Nonprofit and Voluntary

Organizations, edited by Kathy L. Brock. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 232–35

How to Change the World: Social Entrepreneurs and the Power of New Ideas, by David

Bornstein. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 329–32

The Law of Charitable and Not-for-Profit Organizations, 3rd ed., by Donald J.

Bourgeois. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 2), pp. 131–35

The Non-Profit Sector and the Government in a New Century, edited by Kathy L. Brock and Keith G. Banting 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 232–35

The Nonprofit Sector in Interesting Times: Case Studies in a Changing Sector, edited by

Kathy L. Brock and Keith G. Banting 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 232–35

Working Across Boundaries: Making Collaboration Work in Government and Nonprofit

Organizations, by Russell M. Linden. 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 232–35