CCVO believes that nonprofit work requires building relationships with all levels of government. This evening with Mayor Nenshi will explore the opportunities for Calgary’s nonprofit sector to advance relationships with the City of Calgary.
The 2018 conference theme: Thinking Differently, Together was built on the foundation of CCVO’s pivotal research on adaptive capacity in the nonprofit sector.
The changes in our external environment - political, economic, social, and technological - are disrupting the nonprofit sector. Join us at Mount Royal University for a lively discussion about how to move beyond our current paradigms for the benefit of our communities.
As Calgarians prepare to head to the polls in October, CCVO is convening a mayoral candidate forum to talk about the opportunities and challenges facing our sector and city.
Join us for a conversation with incumbent Mayor Naheed Nenshi, along with mayoral challengers including David Lapp, Larry Heather, Bill Smith, and Andre Chabot.
Reconciliation Breakfast: Let’s Talk Reconciliation - How can Canadians build meaningful relationships with Indigenous people?
Reflecting on his own residential school experience, Chief Joseph will speak to the role of reconciliation in moving forward through trauma and will address the reconciliation work that is being done across Canada.