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Webinars

ONN presents webinars to spark discussion on complex or emerging issues affecting nonprofits and charities in Ontario, and provide a platform to share the knowledge that crosses the nonprofit sector and helps organizations get their work done. Webinars are designed to inform, educate, and develop public policy knowledge and advocacy skills of nonprofits, and highlight resources that can support their work and the communities they serve. If you require a transcript to a past or upcoming webinar, please email our team at admin@theonn.ca.

Traditionally, the cost of a webinar was $30 for all non-ONN members. ONN members received complimentary tickets to all upcoming webinars as a part of their ONN membership benefits. However, to support nonprofits during the COVID-19 pandemic, ONN will be presenting free webinars from April 2020 to December 2020. 

All registered participants and those on the waitlist for a webinar will receive the webinar recording and slide deck within one week of the webinar. 

For more information, please visit our Webinar: Frequently Asked Questions webpage.

Upcoming Webinars

Nonprofits across the country are innovating, collaborating, and shaping public policy to better support the communities they serve. Join sector leaders to discuss strategies for leading and influencing change in your organization, community, and government.

Here’s what you can expect in this webinar:

  • Gain tactics and strategies to help your organization advance its advocacy efforts and influence public policy
  • Discuss how to inspire change and grow a movement virtually
  • Discover how sector leaders have adapted to lead positive change during the pandemic
  • Participate and ask questions during a live question and answer period

Plus, all attendees will receive ONN’s new advocacy spectrum, a tool to assess where your nonprofit is on your advocacy journey, and potential allies along the way!

This webinar is part of a free COVID-19 webinar series presented by the Ontario Nonprofit Network. Everyone is welcome to join this free webinar. All registered participants will receive a recording, slide deck, and curated list of resources within one week of the event.

Bring your questions or submit them before the webinar to our team at info@theonn.ca.

Speakers

Angela Carter

Angela is a well-rounded intercultural communicator and sector leader with over 30 years of experience in the field of communications, including journalism, internal and external communications, public relations, marketing and cultural diversity. Angela enjoys taking nebulous concepts and crafting them into practical and actionable tactics and thrives on helping people understand how the big picture fits into their lives, whether in the workplace, at home or socially. Over the years, she has written numerous articles primarily for newspapers and magazines. Additionally, she co-authored a book on Barbados and is the editor of a few others. From strategic planning to intercultural, diversity, and inclusion consulting, to Board governance and leadership planning, Angela is experienced leading change and helping both nonprofits and small businesses grow their operations. Currently, she is the Executive Director of the Roots Community Services (RootsCS) Inc., a charitable, multi-service organization that provides services and programs primarily to the Black, African and Caribbean communities in the Region of Peel, Canada. In this capacity, she actively advocates for the upliftment of the Black, African and Caribbean communities and works tirelessly to break down systemic and other barriers that continue to negatively impact members of these communities. She currently co-chairs a regional committee on anti-Black racism & systemic discrimination in Peel Region.

Anjum Sultana

Anjum Sultana is the National Director of Public Policy & Strategic Communications at YWCA Canada, the country’s largest and oldest gender equity organization. The YWCA federation has 32 member associations and works in 300 communities across Canada. Together, they reach over 330, 000 people every year. Anjum is the Primary Author and Operations Lead for ‘A Feminist Economic Recovery Plan: Making the Economy Work for Everyone’, the first nationally-focused recovery plan of its kind. Anjum holds a Masters in Public Health from the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. She is a frequently cited expert and her commentary has been featured on platforms such as CBC, CityTv, CTV, First Policy Response, Public Policy Forum, The Walrus, Toronto Sun and TVO

Teshini Harrison

Teshini has several years’ experience in government relations, policy analysis, research, nonprofit policy advocacy, project management, communications and event management. Teshini is the co-founder and former communications director of the Young Leaders Advisory Council (YLAC), an Ottawa nonprofit supporting racialized youth and communities through education and mentorship. Teshini holds an International Bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a certificate in Law and Social Thought, as well as a bilingual Master’s in Public and International Affairs from York University’s Glendon Campus. She joined the ONN team in May 2018.

Past Webinars

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The Ontario government is planning to introduce privacy legislation that may have a great impact on our sector. From fundraising and list-building to managing client data across platforms to entrusting staff and volunteers with personal information, new privacy legislation could change the way our organizations manage data, steward relationships, and engage third parties. If data is the new oil, nonprofits must protect their data, especially data regarding their beneficiaries, donors, volunteers, and funders.

But privacy legislation goes beyond how nonprofits manage and protect data. It’s about ensuring that the frameworks developed, including for how personal information is used for commercial purposes and how artificial intelligence may be used, are equitable and better for communities.

Here’s what you can expect from this webinar:

  • Hear the conversation about how nonprofits can play a role in ensuring data justice, protection of privacy, and the principled use of data for public interest purposes
  • Learn how proposed privacy legislation may impact your nonprofit and our sector
  • Share your perspective with Chief Privacy Officer & Archivist of Ontario, John Roberts
  • View the live Q&A with privacy legislation experts

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Nonprofits across the country are adapting, innovating, and responding to COVID-19. But there is still work to be done to ensure our sector can recover fully. Join operations expert and consultant strategist, Betty Ferreira, to discover lessons from previous crises that can help our sector move forward and prepare for a post-COVID-19 world. 

Here’s what you can expect in this webinar:

  • Learn the differences about the nonprofit sector’s financial response to this crisis compared to other crises in the past, such as SARS in 2003 and the Great Recession in 2009

  • Hear lessons learned from previous crises that can help organizations steward in times of COVID19 and beyond

  • Get advice on how to prepare for a post-COVID19 world

 

Speaker

Betty Ferreira is the founder, CEO and principal consultant of ReStructure Consulting and Goodcasting and is a management consultant and advisor to boards of directors with 28 years C-suite experience. As a Consultant Strategist, Trainer and Keynote Speaker, Betty inspires social purpose leaders to adapt, prepare for, and create the future. Betty’s purpose is to inspire government, corporations and nonprofits to adopt business models, values and mindsets that will accelerate a future of good. Betty has a master’s certificate black belt Lean Six Sigma and has been a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario since 2013. She received the designation of Fellow of the FCPA, FCMA in 2018.

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Dig into the importance, challenges, and opportunities of data-sharing between government and nonprofits in our new webinar: The importance of data during a pandemic.

 

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many hardships, but it also brings our sector the unique opportunity to improve community and social programming by rebuilding more equitable systems. How can we rebuild more equitable systems? By sharing data between government and nonprofits. 

 

From daily counts on cases, testing, ICU admissions across the globe – having accurate – and disaggregated – data on the prevalence and outcomes of COVID-19 makes a significant impact. Without accurate information, we can’t understand how big of a problem we’re facing and what it will take to solve it. While the problem of data gaps is highlighted during times of emergency, data (and the lack of it) impacts decisions affecting the lives and livelihoods of all of us, each and every day. Join our fireside chat with Chief Privacy Officer, John Roberts, and Program Director, Vanessa Parlette, to learn how your nonprofit can leverage data-sharing to help ensure an equitable recovery for all.

 

Here’s what you can expect in this webinar:

  • Discuss how data-sharing can help rebuild more equitable systems through transition and recovery
  • Discover how COVID-19 affects data-sharing needs, plans, and privacy protections
  • Learn how you can engage provincial and federal government leaders in identifying opportunities for collaboration around data infrastructure and data-sharing with nonprofit sector
  • Explore potential partnerships between government and nonprofit leaders to co-design solutions to shared policy or social challenges through new applications of data-sharing
  • Hear a live question and answer session with Chief Privacy Officer, John Roberts, and Program Director, Vanessa Parlette 

Speakers

John Roberts
John Roberts is the Chief Privacy Officer and Archivist of Ontario at the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services since September 2015. He has over twenty-five years of experience ranging from operational, policy and senior leadership roles to government information management and digital government initiatives, in both the New Zealand and Ontario public services. His extensive knowledge of information management and privacy protection has contributed to his numerous achievements, which include: successfully creating and leading the policy design and implementation of new public recordkeeping legislation in New Zealand; supporting major organizational change in the New Zealand public sector; and leading strategic engagement with New Zealand state sector agencies to improve information and privacy management. Since arriving in Ontario he has overseen the development of the OPS Recordkeeping, Access and Privacy Transformation Strategy, the Archives of Ontario’s successful Ontario 150 commemoration program, and been part of multi-ministry leadership on enterprise data integration work.

Vanessa Parlette
Vanessa Parlette Phd is Program Director of the Data Policy Coalition at Powered by Data, where she works with 40+ nonprofit advocacy groups, service providers, and funders to advance a collective nonprofit voice on data policy. Additionally, as Senior Associate at Social Impact Advisors she builds processes and pathways to guide organizations and collectives define the social impact they aim to achieve and build the strategies to get them there. She brings 13 years of experience working across community and government sectors in developing, implementing, and managing evidence-based and community-driven policies and collect impact strategies towards health and social equity – alongside diverse partners from grassroots to senior leadership. 

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Many nonprofits and charities have had to move their programming and events online. The internet, especially virtual conferencing platforms and learning platforms, has become a host to a smorgasbord of virtual events – from workshops to AGMs, training courses to art activations, panel discussions to poetry slams. How can nonprofits develop effective virtual programming that meets the needs of the organization and the communities they serve? Find out this interactive panel discussion.

 

Here’s what you can expect from this webinar:

  • Discover how you can design online programming to be engaging and effective
  • Learn how to determine what types of virtual programming makes sense for your organization’s goals and audiences
  • Hear innovative examples from diverse sector leaders in an honest conversation about transitioning programming online (Hint: it’s not just about using Zoom)
  • Listen to the discussion and live Q & A discussion

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Join Finance and Strategy Transformation Strategist, Betty Ferreira FCPA, FCMA to learn how to strategically cut, contain and restructure costs during COVID-19.

Here’s what you can expect in this webinar:

  1. Learn how to use a team approach to examine costs to determine which costs might be cutback, contained, restructured and even increased

  2. Discover tips and traps to avoid on containing costs and deferring expenses

  3. Identify the expenses you never want to cut back on or delay paying and why

  4. Hear in a live question and answer period with Betty Ferreira FCPA, FCMA

Speaker

Betty Ferreira is the founder, CEO and principal consultant of ReStructure Consulting and Goodcasting and is a management consultant and advisor to boards of directors with 28 years of experience. As a Strategist, Coach, Trainer and Speaker, Betty inspires social purpose leaders to adapt, prepare for, and create the future. Betty is the designer and sole instructor for the CPA Ontario Not-for-Profit Finance Leadership Certificate, a volunteer co-producer of the CPA Ontario Not-for-Profit Finance annual conference, a former member of the Accounting Standards Board of Canada Not-for-Profit Advisory Committee. Betty has a master’s certificate black belt Lean Six Sigma and has been a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario since 2013. She received the designation of Fellow of the FCPA, FCMA in 2018.

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From physical distancing to managing emotional and physical stress, frontline and essential workers are facing increasing challenges as they support communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 has raised the curtain on how these workers and their work are under-valued. How can we support these workers during and after the crisis? By implementing and advocating for decent work.

 

During this panel discussion you will:

  • Apply lessons from international humanitarian organizations to learn how to lead staff on the frontlines during the crisis and beyond

  • Hear examples of how local nonprofits are supporting their staff through decent work initiatives such as mental health supports

  • Discuss ways organizations can use a network approach to supporting frontline and essential staff

  • Learn why using a gender lens is essential for all supports

  • Listen to a live question and answer period with local and international experts

 

Speakers

Tamara Daly
Tamara Daly is a Professor at York University, Director of the York University Centre of Aging Research and Education, and Director of the SSHRC Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities within Communities.  She recently held a CIHR Research Chair in Gender, Work and Health (2013- 2018). Her research focus is on long-term care in international comparison; gender and health equity; social care policy; quality working conditions, and aged care across international cities.  She employs multiple methods to conduct comparative, historically-situated and critically-oriented policy research in the areas of care work organization, and access to care by seniors and immigrants; and women’s health. Her theoretical contributions are in health services research, feminist political economy and labour process theory.  She has authored numerous academic and plain language publications, is the recipient of teaching and research awards, and actively supervises graduate students in research and publication. 

 

Connie Ndlovu
Connie is as a PSW in the nonprofit sector.  She has been working in the sector for the past 15 years and was recently a speaker at Nonprofit Driven 2019. Like Connie, many PSWs in the sector are juggling more than one job just to make ends meet at home. There is a critical need for PSWs in the province and it is important that the sector is sustained through consistent adequate funding that also takes into account supporting decent wages and job security for the personnel in the sector.

 

Paula Tenaglia
Paula has been working together with communities, governments and civil society in the global humanitarian and development sector for over 15 years.  Working across Central America and East and West Africa for over a decade, Paula has provided leadership to humanitarian country teams for the delivery of assistance in countries affected by natural disasters and conflict.  In addition to her programming work, she led Action Against Hunger’s establishment of a learning and development center for humanitarian professionals in East Africa. Paula is currently the Director of Operations at Action Against Hunger Canada and together with her team and with countries worldwide works on innovative solutions towards global hunger with a specific focus on nutrition, gender equality, gender-based violence and safeguarding.

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Join Finance and Strategy Transformation Strategist Betty Ferreira FCPA, FCMA, to discover the tips, traps, and solutions that can help your nonprofit bank online.

 

This interactive webinar will include:

  • Learning the advantages of automating receivables and payables

  • Understanding myths and concerns with online banking, including how to maintain internal control principles and fraud prevention tips

  • Seeing examples of technologies that can be used to automate accounting functions

  • Exchange information on which online systems you use with your peers

  • Hearing a live question and answer period with Betty Ferreira FCPA, FCMA

 

This webinar is part of the four-part series: Financial management for nonprofits during a pandemic. Each webinar will be followed up by live Q & A on Twitter with Finance and Strategy Transformation Strategist, Betty Ferreira FCPA, FCMA. Follow along through social media by using #nfpfinance.

 

Speaker

Betty Ferreira is the founder, CEO and principal consultant of ReStructure Consulting and Goodcasting and is a management consultant and advisor to boards of directors with 28 years of experience. As a Strategist, Coach, Trainer and Speaker, Betty inspires social purpose leaders to adapt, prepare for, and create the future. Betty is the designer and sole instructor for the CPA Ontario Not-for-Profit Finance Leadership Certificate, a volunteer co-producer of the CPA Ontario Not-for-Profit Finance annual conference, a former member of the Accounting Standards Board of Canada Not-for-Profit Advisory Committee. Betty has a master’s certificate black belt Lean Six Sigma and has been a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario since 2013. She received the designation of Fellow of the FCPA, FCMA in 2018.

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Cash flow management and financial scenario planning can be challenging in the best of times, and especially during uncertain times. Join Finance and Strategy Transformation Strategist, Betty Ferreira FCPA, FCMA, to gain tips and tools that can help your nonprofit improve cash flow management and financial scenario planning during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Here’s what you can expect from this webinar:

  1. Learn the difference between scenario planning and cash flow forecasting

  2. Discover the benefits of scenario planning and cash flow forecasting during uncertain times

  3. Receive tips on how to conduct scenario planning and forecast cash flow

 

Speaker

Betty Ferreira FCPA, FCMA

Betty Ferreira is the founder, CEO and principal consultant of ReStructure Consulting and Goodcasting and is a management consultant and advisor to boards of directors with 28 years experience. As a Strategist, Coach, Trainer and Speaker, Betty inspires social purpose leaders to adapt, prepare for, and create the future. Betty is the designer and sole instructor for the CPA Ontario Not-for-Profit Finance Leadership Certificate, a volunteer co-producer of the CPA Ontario Not-for-Profit Finance annual conference, a former member of the Accounting Standards Board of Canada Not-for-Profit Advisory Committee. Betty has a master’s certificate black belt Lean Six Sigma and has been a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario since 2013. She received the designation of Fellow of the FCPA, FCMA in 2018.

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Listen to our interactive town hall that discusses the new fiscal landscape in Ontario and how nonprofits are navigating COVID-19.

 

The Ontario government has issued a number of announcements that lay out how it will allocate resources and what measures it is taking during the pandemic. With all the changes currently underway, it is important to know how the government’s response to the crisis is impacting nonprofits and communities across Ontario — and where gaps remain.

 

Watch the webinar for a deep dive into the budget from policy experts and nonprofit leaders with various perspectives. Through this town hall you will learn:

  • Overview and update of how recent announcements are impacting the nonprofit sector

  • Snapshot of survey results and what ONN is doing in terms of advocacy

  • Snapshot of COVID-19 measures and what that looks like from different perspectives, including, health, employment, and social services sectors

  • Learn about how other nonprofits are advocating during COVID-19 and considerations as nonprofits in Ontario continue to navigate the pandemic

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Back by popular demand! Building off our first COVID-19 webinar, Managing employees and volunteers remotely during a pandemic, Gita Anand, Associate Counsel at Miller Thomson, will share important updates and information for nonprofits managing employees and volunteers during COVID-19.

 

Here’s what you can expect from this webinar:

  • Gain a deeper understanding of employment benefit updates and how the expanded coverage may affect your organization

  • Discuss health and safety issues that are affecting our sector

  • Learn the implications of temporary layoffs and workforce reductions in your team

  • Hear a policy update on the nonprofit and charitable sector from Imagine Canada

  • Listen to a live question and answer period with labour relations expert, Gita Anand

Please note that the information provided during this webinar does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice; all information, content, and materials shared during the webinar are for general informational purposes only.

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ONN and Imagine Canada are pleased to present a series of free webinars to support nonprofits and charities. Watch this free webinar to get informed, hear examples, and get your questions answered.

ONN, TechSoup Canada, and the Centre for Social Innovation Toronto are here to support the sector to continue its vital work during these unprecedented times. From connecting to members to ensuring critical services continue to be offered, operating a nonprofit virtually can be challenging for nonprofits, especially during a pandemic.

This webinar will share tools, tricks, and supports to help nonprofits adapt and run operations virtually. 

Here’s what you can expect from this webinar:

  • Learn how to foster engagement with team members, donors, and clients while working remotely
  • Discover what platforms and technology are best suited for your remote-working needs
  • Hear real-life examples from TechSoup Canada and the Centre for Social Innovation on how they manage teams, changing priorities, and daily operations
  • Get your questions answered in a live question and answer period with sector leader, Jane Zhang

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ONN and Imagine Canada are pleased to present a series of free webinars to support nonprofits and charities. Join this free webinar to get informed, hear examples, and get your questions answered.

Human resource management has changed with COVID-19. Many staff and volunteers are now working virtually, service providers are operating in a new environment, and volunteers are taking on new roles. Whether you are a small nonprofit, or a large organization with a big staff base, learn more about practices and examples for managing employees and volunteers during times of crisis.

Here’s what you can expect from this webinar:

  • Explore responsibilities and liabilities as an employer and volunteer organizer

  • Discover approaches to managing HR operations, including new organizational policies to consider

  • Consider essential communications with staff and volunteers, and platforms to communicate

  • Hear examples of mental health supports for staff

  • Consider key elements for managing your volunteers, including volunteer safety, virtual volunteering, keeping volunteers engaged, screening, and Celebrating National Volunteer Week virtually

Speakers:

Gita Anand, Associate Counsel, Miller Thomson

Sheri Ellis, Vice President, People, Talent and Culture, The Neighbourhood Group

Paula Speedvak, President and CEO, Volunteer Canada

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Providing a pension can support your organization’s commitment to decent work. That’s why ONN recommends OPTrust Select, a pension plan that provides sector workers a stable and secure path to retirement. 

Is it time for your nonprofit to join 1,000 nonprofit sector workers who are now enrolled in OPTrust Select? 

Find out in this engaging webinar

As nonprofits plan for their next fiscal year, it’s important to consider what decent work practices organizations can implement to better support their employees, such as a pension plan. Because when employers champion decent work, they can improve employee morale, increase productivity, and strengthen retention efforts. The result? A stronger workforce and a more resilient nonprofit sector. 

When our sector workers can access decent work, not only do they do well, but our organizations can better meet their missions, and as a result our communities thrive. 

Here’s what you will learn in this webinar:

  • What is a defined benefit plan  and why it is the best retirement income security you can provide for your employees

  • What features make OPTrust Select suitable for nonprofits and charities

  • How you can consider employee classes and part time workers 

  • How OPTrust Select minimizes risk for nonprofits while maximizing return for sector workers (myth-busting!)

  • How to get started  and how it works (buy backs, how it compares to RRSP, etc.)

  • Live Q&A with an OP Trust Select representative to get your questions answered

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Change in 2020 is not just turning that page in your calendar, but taking a big-picture look at what’s happening in and around the sector that can galvanize our missions, or thwart them. Join ONN and sector leader Paul Nazareth to explore the top trends for nonprofits and charities, and how your organization and communities can tap into these opportunities.

Paul brings a unique perspective as a thought leader in Canada’s charitable and nonprofit sector, sharing his expertise in building relationships and creating capital for social good.

Here is what you can expect from this webinar:

  • New approaches to revenue growth and engaging supporters, including surviving in a world of “top charity lists”
  • How partnerships and collaborations are changing, and the key resources you need to connect effectively
  • Innovative ways to talk about your mission and vision in the midst of rising backlash against philanthropy
  • Examples of success stories and cautionary tales of organizations making change

Get practical tips and tactics as you plan your year, for stronger operations in 2020 and beyond.

With the legalization of cannabis across Canada, what are the implications for employers in the nonprofit sector? This webinar will explore how the current legislation will affect nonprofits and what are the potential impacts for employers. In this webinar, you will:

  • Hear about best practices for your organization and the sector
  • Learn suggested policies and procedures to put in place
  • Ask questions to help shape your own plans and policies

Recording

For many nonprofits, sourcing suppliers is an administrative burden taking up too much time, resources, and funds.

We also want to better reflect the values of the sector in our purchasing approaches.

In this interactive webinar, Co-Founder and Principal of Round Table Procurement Services, David Rourke, will share the “what, why, and how” of professional procurement so your organization can stay true to its mission, while improving operational performance.

You will:

  • Learn how to reduce costs, time, and risks associated with sourcing suppliers
  • Learn how social procurement and professional procurement can work together to advance your goals
  • Discover how the different types of procurement processes, such as transparent competitive bidding processes and “group buying”, can address common challenges facing nonprofits
  • Gain strategies to efficiently create and implement your own professional procurement policies and processes.

 

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Join ONN and the Canadian Alternative Investment Foundation (CAIF) for a deep dive into financing options that may be used by your organization to achieve its goals and the how-tos of preparing for financing. Through this webinar you will learn:

 What is debt financing? Loans, lines of credits, and how nonprofits and charities can leverage tools to support their mission

 What is a line of credit and when it is beneficial to organizations?

 How to assess your financing needs & readiness

 Ways to identify your “borrowing profile”

 How and when to get ready to apply for a line of credit

Slidedeck | Recording |Recording Transcript | Loan Readiness Assessment | Community Lifelines of Credit Information Kit 

Join ONN and the Ontario Universities to discuss experiential learning opportunities and how to leverage them through a new online platform. Through this webinar you will:

  • Learn about experiential learning: what is it and how it can strengthen your nonprofit
  • Discover how to connect with emerging leaders across Ontario through the Propel Initiative
  • Receive HR, legal and funding resources for hiring students
  • Discuss best practices for recruiting, on-boarding and recognizing students during experiential learning opportunities and get access to free templates

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Leaders from Imagine Canada, Carters law firm, the Canadian Arts Coalition, and Fasken law fim discuss the election rules and provide strategies that can advance your nonprofit’s advocacy efforts. Through this webinar you will learn:

  • Clarity on the rules and guidelines under the Canada Revenue Agency and Elections Canada that impact charities and nonprofits.
  • Advertising during an election and when you need to register as a third party advertiser.
  • Ways to engage your communities anytime, and during this election season
  • Channels to share and promote your advocacy work
  • Inspiring examples of organizations doing advocacy, including a national coalition to get out the vote and support democracy.

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 The Nonprofits Driving Public Policy series was a five-part webinar series to strengthen the capacity of nonprofits to actively participate in the development of public policy to influence positive change for communities.

  1. Seizing the electoral moment: why it matters to all nonprofits: Recording
  2. What is public policy and does your nonprofit need a strategy: Recording
  3. Collaborating for change in today’s policy environment:  Slide deck | Recording
  4. Sharpening your message for maximum impact: Slide deck | Recording
  5. Engaging the community to shape your organization’s priorities and decisions: Slide deck | Recording

The provincial budget lays out the government’s plan on how it will allocate resources and govern over the next fiscal year. Learn how developing a pre-budget submission may influence government and the provincial budget. 

Slidedeck  | Recording | Pre-budget submission template

The Nonprofit Insurance Refresher webinar is a part of the ONN Stronger Together info series, a series highlighting how our services are aligned with our policy work and were created with and for nonprofits – from insurance and employee benefits to office supplies, group buying, and more. We put strength in numbers to work and harness our sector’s group buying power to help improve how nonprofits get their work done. 

Slide deck | Recording

Learn how your nonprofit can navigate the 2019 provincial budget and a get deep dive from policy experts and nonprofit leaders of various perspectives, including the arts, environment, and Indigenous communities.

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Join the conversation on transforming how nonprofits can more effectively govern organizations.

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