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We are delighted to announce that Katharine Hare has joined us an an Associate. We have issued a press release with the announcement.

Congratulations Dina on being named a CTV Amazing Person! Dina's story aired on CTV Ottawa on Thursday April 10th and is posted on the CTV Ottawa website.

The Risk Management Project continues and the CCES is inviting interest from NSOs and MSOs who are interested in participating in a Free risk management workshop. More details are posted in the SIRC press release and in our workshop description document.

Dina has joined the Board of Directors at SchoolBox, a charity specializing in providing basic education for students in Central America.

Rachel has been appointed as Team Canada's Ombudsperson for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland - a position she also held in 2010 when she blogged about her experiences in Delhi, India.

We are working with over 70 sport and non-sport organizations in their transition to compliance with the new not-for-profit Act. Now less than a year left to transition - the time to act is now!

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