Annual General Meeting

The Manitoba Federation of Non-Profit Organization will be holding their Annual General Meeting on November 25th, 2016 in the Golden Boy Room in the Manitoba Legislative Building from 11:00 – 1:30 p.m.  A Notice will be sent out to the Sector through Constant Contact and registration to attend will be required.


MFNPO Offers Training Program for Human Resources Management

Format and fee designed to meet the needs of Manitoba’s non-profit sector “Many smaller non-profit organizations struggle when it comes to human resources management and planning,” says Janice Goldsborough, a Certified Human Resources Professional with the Manitoba Federation of Non-Profit Organizations. “They often don’t have the resources in place to hire designated HR staff.” MFNPO’s newest […]


Canada Manitoba Job Grant Application

Canada-Manitoba Job Grant The Canada-Manitoba Job Grant is an employer-driven approach to help Manitobans gain the skills they need to fill available jobs and to help employers develop the skills of their existing workers to meet the requirements of their present job, or to move into a better job. Eligible employers may apply for up […]


2015 Canadian Conference on Social Enterprise (London, Ontario)

What is CCSE? The 2015 Canadian Conference on Social Enterprise will be the fifth annual social enterprise conference to be held in Canada and invites you to join hundreds of existing and prospective social enterprise operators from every region in Canada. Taking place in London, Ontario from April 22-24, 2015, the Conference offers an exciting […]


Canada Anti-Spam Legislation Resources

These resources were developed by the Centre for Public Legal Education (Alberta) for  non-profits and charities regarding the Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL). Canada Anti-Spam Legislation : Information and Resources for Registered Charities and Non-profits Canada Anti-Spam Legislation : Top Ten Tips Canada Anti-Spam Legislation : Sample Tracking Spreadsheet Canada Anti-Spam Legislation : Decision Tree for Non-profits – […]


Event: boardLink 2014

boardLink Winnipeg 2014 Art & Business. Together. boardLink is a social evening, hosted by artsScene Winnipeg and the Young Associates, connecting business professionals with arts organizations looking for board or committee members. If you’ve been looking for a way to use your professional skills to give back to Winnipeg’s cultural community – this is it. The evening is also a […]


Presentation – Our Landscape: Manitoba Immigration Flows and Labour Market Trends

At the recent AGM for the Manitoba Immigrant and Refugee Settlement Sector Association (MIRSSA), the Manitoba Bureau of Statistics (MBS) delivered a presentation on immigration and labour market trends in the province. To view, download the presentation or to add it to your Dropbox, click here.    


Disability Employment Awareness Month Kick-off

Manitoba first proclaimed October to be Disability Employment Awareness Month (DEAM) in 2012. DEAM 2014 promises to be the biggest celebration yet. Please join us for the kick-off of DEAM 2014 on Wednesday, October 1, 2014, from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm at the Holiday Inn Airport West 2520 Portage Avenue in Winnipeg. The kick-off will include videos […]


Charitable Tax Credits a Good Return on Investment

via: Imagine Canada by Bruce MacDonald In a recent column, Andrew Coyne argues that the best way to address concerns about charities’ political activity is to eliminate the tax credit for those making charitable donations. While we welcome a broad-ranging discussion of the role of charities in Canada – including their role in public policy discussions, […]


Invite your Member of Parliament to help Canadians give more throughout their lifetime to shape their communities! Tell them it’s time to Stretch.

Invite your Member of Parliament to help Canadians give more throughout their lifetime to shape their communities! Tell them it’s time to Stretch! Every day, charities make life better and the demand for their services is growing rapidly. Canadians overwhelmingly believe charities are important and are looking more and more to charities to make communities great […]