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Canada's preeminent publisher of information regarding Canada's registered charities and those who donate to them.
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Friends and followers who are on Twitter, don't miss out on a great opportunity to chirp in the ear of one of our absolute favourite Canadians (of course he's in Canadian Who's Who), and a champion of philanthropy and volunteerism, the Right Honourable David Johnston. Mr. Johnston is doing a Twitter chat right now on the topic of volunteerism; a topic that we know is close to the hearts of many of you.

https://twitter.com/GGDavidJohnston/status/587676060445233152

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One of our favourite Canadians is at it again. Time to update Margaret Atwood's entry in Canadian Who's Who.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/arts/margaret-atwood-s-new-novel-the-heart-goes-last-to-be-released-in-september-1.2994293

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44.53% of charities say they do not have a planned giving program in place. Why are charities not pursuing this lucrative fundraising channel?

http://www.charityinfo.ca/articles/student-research-spots-a-flaw

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How can we make the Internet a safer more welcoming place?

Today is International Safer Internet Day. International Safer Internet Day started as an initiative in 1999 to promote safer and more responsible use of technology, especially among children and young people around the world. The theme for Safer Internet Day 2015 is "Let's create a better Internet together."

Help support the OPP in their efforts to create a better Internet for all. If you are on Twitter, join in the discussion using the hashtags #SID2015, #Up2Us and #OPPtips.

http://www.opp.ca/ecms/index.php?id=405&nid=1273

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When Alison Stoneman, the Associate Publisher at Third Sector Publishing, said in her bio that "she works with the nicest people in the country" (http://www.thirdsectorpublishing.ca/team.html), it is not hard to see why she feels this way. Canadian Who's Who (http://www.canadianwhoswho.ca) is a collection of the accolades earned by the best of the best who call our nation home. It is truly an honour to be associated with our biographees.

Recently Canadian Who's Who biographee, Magie Dominic, released her sophomore publication which we are pleased has received a rating of 5 out of 5 stars. You can check out the review here: http://www.amazon.com/review/RL5SFG6F596EJ/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm.

We look forward to hearing more from Magie in the not too distant future.

Happy Holidays.

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Happy Holidays from all of us at Third Sector Publishing. http://eepurl.com/_Kncr

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Have you read our most recent CharityCAN newsletter? http://eepurl.com/-Q_mf

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We are very excited about our latest product, ProspectPRIME, but don't take our word for it. Here is a video of John Hermans, Director, Advancement Research, Division of University Advancement, University of Toronto, talking about how he uses ProspectPRIME on the GO.

http://prospectprime.ca/

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John Hermans from the U of T Advancement Research Department talks about how he uses ProspectPRIME.

We hope that everyone has had a lovely #GivingTuesdayCA. Here at Third Sector Publishing, Anderson and Susan Charters made the overwhelmingly generous offer to match and double all donations that Third Sector employees made to the local food bank, The Sharing Place. We hope that your employers were equally as giving.

We've heard many reports that #GivingTuesdayCA has been such a phenomenal success across the entire charitable sector. Let's keep the spirit of giving throughout the whole season and on into the new year.
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