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2002 - This resource informs board members about their legal duties and obligations, and offers a practical 'prevention checklist' to help minimize personal liability.
March 2008 - The HR Council for the Voluntary & Non-profit Sector (HR Council) is currently conducting a comprehensive Labour Force Study that will shape strategies to attract, develop, engage and retain appropriately qualified people to work in the voluntary and non-profit sector. Today, the HR Council released the Study’s first report: Toward a Labour Force Strategy for Canada’s Voluntary & Non-profit Sector.
2008 – USA National Study: Produced in partnership by CompassPoint Nonprofit services, The Annie E. Casey Foundation, the Meyer Foundation and Ideal.org.
October 2006 – Prepared for Federal-Provincial/Territorial Sport Committee

August 2006 - Infrastructure Summary: Trends and Recommendations - Ontarians need to have recreation opportunities that are “inclusive and encompass every environment that accommodates leisure, recreation, physical activity and sport endeavours." Recreation infrastructure in Ontario is aging and is in a state of physical decline. The vast majority of the publicly owned recreation facilities were built between 1956 and 1980. Prepared by Parks and Recreation Ontario.

April 2006 - This report, prepared by Parks and Recreation Ontario, presents municipal infrastructure data related to four types of sport and recreation facilities – community centres, arenas, indoor pools and outdoor pools. The content of this document is intended to provide an indication of the size/scale of the facility inventory in the sector and an order of magnitude capital cost estimate associated with the repair and replacement implications of the existing municipal facility stock.
January 2003 - Contents include Executive summary and recommendations, background, methodology, survey instrument & background.
2002 - This resource informs board members about their legal duties and obligations, and offers a practical 'prevention checklist' to help minimize personal liability.
March 2002 - Submitted to United Community Services Co-op/Volunteer BC by Michael Goldberg, Social Planning and Research Council of BC. 57 pages.
March 2002, 27 pages.
2002 - This resource informs board members about their legal duties and obligations, and offers a practical 'prevention checklist' to help minimize personal liability.
The National Center for Victims of Crime conducted a survey of the volunteer screening processes for nonprofit social service organizations. The NCVC’s survey was funded with a grant from a background check agency. The results showed that 12% of the organizations surveyed do not screen volunteers at all. Most that do screen do so through interviews, references calls, and limited criminal records checks.
The survey showed the primary reasons for the lack of more thorough screenings are the expense of screening and the reluctance to potentially offend potential volunteers.
April 2008 - 28 pages

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