Tides Canada Launches New Fund

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Tides Canada names Jodi White Board Chair

VANCOUVER — Jodi White, one of Canada’s leading public policy thinkers, has been appointed Board Chair of Tides Canada, a national and non-partisan charity committed to innovative solutions to benefit Canadian society and the environment.

Joel Solomon Joins RSF Social Finance as Entrepreneur-at-Large

Joel Solomon has joined RSF Social Finance as Entrepreneur-at-Large. With two decades of impact investing experience, Joel will leverage his community connections to support RSF's growth.

Tides Canada's New VP Featured in BC Business Online

BC Business
Crossroads: Sarah Goodman

by John Bucher
June 20, 3009

As Sarah Goodman admits, she raised a few eyebrows when she left her post as director of corporate affairs for Teck Cominco to take up at Tides Canada. But she insists that the move from resource extraction to social philanthropy isn’t as odd as it appears, and that it’s giving her the chance to define the territory between the corporate and not-for-profit models.

Endswell Foundation: Announces “Mission Achieved” – Now What?

After 15 years of pursuing an aggressive mission to fund systemic change in BC, Renewal has, through a combination of investments, grants and collaborations, successfully accomplished the first stage of our mission.

Book Launch for Slow Death By Rubber Duck

May 19, 2009
Tides Renewal Centre, Vancouver, BC
Renewal friends Rick Smith and Bruce Lourie invite you to celebrate the launch of their book, Slow Death by Rubber Duck: How the Toxic Chemistry of Everyday Life Affects Our Health.  

Tides Canada Names Sarah Goodman Vice President, Business Development and Services

VANCOUVER, B.C. – Ross McMillan, President and CEO of Tides Canada, announced today that Sarah Goodman has joined the organization as Vice President of Business Development and Services. Goodman will help expand Tides' national role as a provider of innovative philanthropic, financial and project management services.

Endswell Grantees

A sample of the grantees that were funded by Endswell Foundation.

All’s Well That Ends Well

Over the past 15 years the Endswell Foundation made over 700 grants totalling over $20 million dollars.  From our 1992 inception was the intention to spend down our entire grant making resources over a ten year period.   

Great Bear Rainforest Milestone

Great Bear Rainforest AgreementOne of the most critical milestones towards protecting the Great Bear Rainforest has been achieved. On Tuesday March 31st 2009, the Province of British Columbia announced formal action to realize its commitment to implement Ecosystem-Based Management (EBM) in the Great Bear Rainforest, to ensure the long-term health of the rainforest and its communities.
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