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Institutional Indifference: Learning from the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

Since the conclusion of National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, COCo has worked to read through the final reports, and   particularly the one specific to Québec. We are trying to learn, and share those learnings, as we go.  A strong parallel can be made between the findings of the final report, […]

Let’s Smash the Overhead Myth

When you’re a grant writer, rejection is nothing new. Like actors, it is a routine part of the job. But last year, I received a rejection phone call from a foundation that left me truly astonished. “We loved your project, and think you’re making a long-term impact in our community,” our representative said, “but we […]