Reports Archive

Are There Too Many Non Profit Organizations in Alberta Duplicating Services?

Updated and Expanded for 2012

November 2010Mark Holmgren Mark Holmgren Consulting

This publication is an updated and expanded version of a report of the same title published in 2010.

Updated and Expanded for 2012

Supporting Innovation and Resiliency in the Charitable and Non-Profit Sector

Imagine Canada's pre-budget report

August 2010Imagine Canada

August 2010 – Imagine Canada, a national umbrella organization representing the interest of Canadian charities and non-profits, has just submitted its pre-budget brief to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance.

Supporting Innovation and Resiliency in the Charitable and Non-Profit Sector

Perspectives on Fundraising

What charities report to the Canada Revenue Agency

June 2009Steven M Ayer, Michael H Hall, Lindsay Vodarek

Research from Perspectives on Fundraising, by Imagine Canada and commissioned by the Muttart Foundation, looks at charity returns submitted to the Canadian Revenue Agency. Research results showed low-level cost of fundraising percentages for most charities, but also showed that many charities are still not completing their T3010Bs correctly.

What Charities Report to the Canada Revenue Agency 2009

Are there too many non-profit organizations in Alberta duplicating services?

2009 Report

March 2009Mark Holmgren

A “think piece” by Mark Holmgren seeks to respond to the suggestion that there are too many non-profit organizations in Alberta. Recently, there have been some suggestions (mainly from government) that there are too many non-profit organizations in Alberta. Are those suggestions valid? Should there be some control over who can form associations? Or is government’s role simply to decide which organizations it will fund? Mark Holmgren has written a thoughtful paper on the topic.

Are There Too Many Nonprofits 2009

The Drafter’s Guide to Memoranda to Cabinet

October 1998

“A Drafter’s Guide to Memoranda to Cabinet” was originally created to instruct public servants throughout the federal government on how to prepare documentation, present analysis and set out options for decisions under consideration by Cabinet and its committees.

Guide to Memoranda to Cabinet 1998