Engaging youth could transform Canada As youth gather in Ottawa this week at the first-ever Canada Youth Summit, a report released today highlights the top priorities for Canadian youth and opportunities to strengthen civic engagement. ‘Another Youthquake? Exploring the concerns, priorities, and political engagement of Canadian youth aged 15 to 30.’, released by Abacus Data, […]
There are 7,865,725 youth under the age of 19 years old living in Canada. Yet thirty per cent of youth report never having an adult mentor of any kind. This means there are millions of young people who grow up without the guidance of someone who can offer them advice and resources to deal with […]
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We are proud to be listed (in the Youth category) as one of Canada’s top-rated charities for 2019 by MoneySense, a national personal finance website. MoneySense evaluates charities based on efficiency and transparency, helping donors decide which charities are worth their donation. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada is listed among the Top 10 Youth […]