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Anne Gloger from Tides Canada’s East Scarborough Storefront receives Vital People award

Anne GlogerTides Canada is proud to announce that Anne Gloger, Project Director of the East Scarborough Storefront has been recognized by the Toronto Community Foundation as an exceptional community leader through their Vital Toronto Fund and awarded a Vital People grant.

The East Scarborough Storefront, a project on Tides Canada’s shared administrative platform, works to improve the quality of life in the Kingston Galloway/Orton Park (KGO) community by facilitating collaboration to support people and build community.

Vital People grants support and recognize valued leaders who are making outstanding contributions working at not-for-profit organizations. Anne will utilize her grant for learning opportunities that will help her more effectively lead the Storefront as it continues to innovate and drive change in KGO.

Learn more about Anne and her Vital People grant.

A stroll through one of Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhoods with Jane’s Walk

Bridgitte Taylor, Strategic Grantmaking Coordinator at Tides Canada, shares her experience participating in the 2019 Jane’s Walk festival.     This past weekend, Jane’s Walk, one of the longest running projects on Tides Canada’s shared platform, kicked off their community walking-tours with walks around the globe. Celebrating the contributions and ideas of renowned urbanist Jane […]

Howe Sound/Atl’ka7tsem Marine Reference Guide: protecting, restoring, and stewarding marine environmental health

Howe Sound/Atl’ka7tsem is an ecologically rich marine area that sits directly adjacent to the growing city of Vancouver. As such, it is representative of many parts of the world, where development and industry confront socio-ecological integrity. One of the newer projects on our shared platform, Howe Sound/Atl’ka7tsem Marine Reference Guide, is working hard to ensure […]

FLOW: advancing sustainable water management in Canada

The Forum for Leadership on Water (FLOW) is an independent think tank focused on water policy issues in Canada and a project on Tides Canada’s shared platform. We interviewed Project Director Tony Maas to learn more about the project and its work on public policy.