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Administers the performing rights of our members (composers, lyricists, songwriters and their publishers) and those of affiliated international societies by licensing the use of their music in Canada.
Providing information, inspiration & opportunity for people with disabilities
The Law Society of Upper Canada governs legal services providers in the public interest by ensuring that the people of Ontario are served by lawyers and paralegals who meet high standards of learning, competence and professional conduct.
The Arthritis Society offers a wide range of programs and resources dealing with arthritis.
YMCA Canada is dedicated to the growth of all persons in spirit, mind and body and in a sense of responsibility to each other and the global community. YMCA creates resources, builds relationships, and recognizes service, leaderhip and life-long learning.
Retirement residence living lets you choose how much to do for yourself, how much to have done for you, how to spend your time and who to spend it with.
Believes that children are entitled to rights which would be upheld and respected, rapidly spread and was adopted by like-minded people in a number of countries where organizations bearing the same name were formed.
Non-profit association of Canadian owned and operated book publishers.
Develops and delivers new and innovative products and services for municipalities.
Believes that museums are an integral and essential component of the cultural, social and economic fabric of the Province of Ontario.
Registered charitable organization that promotes the ethical practice of archaeology.
Multi-disciplinary science encompassing four primary areas of study: Anatomy, Biomechanics, Physiology and Psychomotor Behavior, Kinesiologists use these sciences to study and evaluate human movement and functional motor performance.
Protects and promotes the interests of the Canadian mineral exploration sector and to ensure a robust mining industry in Canada.
Non-governmental organization supported by Canadian journalists and advocates of free expression. The purpose of the organization is to defend the rights of journalists and contribute to the development of media freedom throughout the world.
Develops and delivers programs intended to increase the level of participation and otherwise develop the game of golf in Canada.
Promotes the development of the Canadian venture capital industry and manages pools of risk capital designated to be committed to venture capital and private equity investment.
Represents the interests of publishing companies that publish books and other media for elementary and secondary schools, colleges and universities, professional and reference markets, the retail and library sectors.
Association of organizations and individuals committed to improving mobility for all people through the delivery of effective transportation services.
The Recycling Council of Ontario is a not-for-profit organization committed to minimizing society's impact on the environment by eliminating waste.
Coordinates donations of food and transportation to ensure food is distributed quickly and efficiently to member food banks, provides liaison between the food banks and industry and government, and we act as the national voice of food banks in Canada.
Company is specialized on health and safety authority in the electrical and utilities sectors and committed to the effective transfer of knowledge. Earns your business by developing and delivering performance-based injury prevention solutions.
Prevents occupational injury, illness, and death, generates current and future employment, helps make the province a safe, healthy place to work.
Provides promotion of natural health products, whole foods, organics and includes retailers, wholesalers, distributors, manufacturers in a variety of industry sub sectors such as supplements, vitamins, herbals, homeopathic, sports and nutrition supplements.
Non-profit corporation is representing member companies engaged in the manufacturing, distribution and selling of cleaning and maintenance products.
Not-for-profit association for giftware wholesalers, distributors, manufacturers, importers and exporters.
Represents Canadian manufacturers, distributors and retailers of musical instruments and accessories, keyboards, sound reinforcement products and published music.
National, not-for-profit organization of public affairs practitioners. By featuring programs that focus on public affairs issues and management techniques and by actively encouraging networking, the association keeps its members on top of developments.
Promotes the common interests of advertisers and is a valuable resource to its members by providing expertise, education, pertinent information and networking opportunities.
Provides association executives with opportunities to establish new relationships, share ideas, and resolve issues in a collaborative, professional environment with colleagues.
Works as information center and provides assistance and leadership on many crucial issues affecting cottage properties that generate billions of dollars annually in Ontario.
Promotes intergenerational opportunities, which lead to personal well being and interaction throughout the life cycle.
Reduces preventable deaths, injuries and destruction on Ontario's roads through public education and safety awareness.
Non-profit professional association that deals with taxation of capital gains in Canada and field of business valuations.
Organization of drinking water professionals dedicated to protecting public health through the delivery of safe, sufficient and sustainable drinking water in Ontario.
Handicap individuals association with rehabilitation purposes programs.
The Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) represents 26,000 members in 174 chapters in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and China working to advance philanthropy through advocacy, research, education, and certification programs. AFP Greater Toronto Chapter currently has over 1000 members.
Theatre association group, which is located in many provinces of Canada.
Develops and maintains professional standards in editor-writer relationships and provides information on issues, trends and new technology.
Represents members, 35 equine breed horses and discipline associations, and equine-related businesses to various levels of government, affiliated organizations and the general public.
Provides leadership in order to develop and enhance community's hospice palliative care in Ontario.
Specialized in aggregate industry and manages the affairs of the Association in an effective way and to build partnerships with government and the public to promote the wise management of aggregate resources.
Non-profit organization of business professionals interested in improving their logistics and supply chain management skills through a comprehensive program of education, research and networking opportunities.
Has a vision of creating an organization with the mandate of recognizing and encouraging the development of superior municipal administrative practices.
Offers the parents' voice to local school boards, educators, professional groups and the Ontario Ministry of Education and Training.
Providing a variety of research and support services, the SBA is comprised of producing, associate, allied and research members.
Manufactures and distribute plumbing, hydrolic heating, industrial, waterworks and other mechanical products.
Includes caregiver services, community, health, home and nutrition services.
Provides members and other interested individuals and groups with an opportunity to discuss and debate, to obtain information about pensions, employee benefits and other related issues through a network of regional and national programs.
Non-profit organization, whose mission is to be a recognized leader in supporting the profitable growth of couriers and time sensitive delivery providers of all types and sizes across Canada by providing professional, informed and proactive representation and information on common issues.
Functions as non-profit trade association of Canada's refined sugar manufacturers.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
Since 1967, Alpha Omicron Pi’s International Philanthropy supports Arthritis, Juvenile Arthritis and related diseases.
The Canadian Technion Society (CTS) provides critical support to the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, ranked among the world's leading science and technology universities. The CTS accomplishes this through a national organization supported by thousands of members from coast to coast. CTS has a distinguished record of achievement having helped raise more than $70 million in the past 6 decades.
Shares information with people throughout the province.
Acts as both local and global voice of the Ontario clay and glass community to government, business and the general public, using an increasing variety of well-managed, innovative and cooperative activities to accomplish its mandate.
Promotes the financial security of pension fund beneficiaries through sound investment policy and practices.
Not-for-profit association in 1981 to represent the interests of the Canadian business, professional and farm press.
Provides a voluntary minimum certification level for building officials and other building industry practitioners.
National association representing more than 1,700 screenwriters working in film, television, radio and multimedia production in Canada.
Supports the development of informative works about nutrition and bakery products. Information can be found in National Institutes of Nutrition’s research work” Grains, Canada's Food Guide to Healthy Eating and the Wheat Foods Council.
Provides opportunities for all women at every stage of their career, to empower other women in the development and advancement of their business’ and professional lives, fostering financial independence, professional development and personal satisfaction.
Organization concerned with aging, thereby promoting quality of life for older adults.
Dedicated to helping Canadians obtain a better understanding of foreign policy and global issues through our conferences, seminars, speaker events, and publications services.
Represents the interests of the electronic security alarm industry and helps dealers, distributors, manufacturers and monitoring companies across Canada succeed in business.
The Information Resource Management Association of Canada is a non-profit association of information management professionals.
The International NAC Society, Inc. is an international non-profit organization established by the NAC supporters to promote the Natural Area Coding System in the world.
thINK FOOD is a project to alleviate hunger and divert waste from landfill sites by raising funds for local food banks through the process of recycling used printer cartridges.
Toronto Police Accountability Coalition is a group which encourages debate about police policy issues, and is devoted to making the police more accountable to the public.
Muki Baum Association mission to provide people who have developmental and emotional disabilities with a window of opportunity through which they will be able to develop their talents; actualize their potential; fulfill their ability; achieve personal growth and become contributing members of society.
ITAC Ontario seeks to develop the Ontario information technology industry to its potential via representation to the provincial government and the sponsoring of development programs for its members.
Creates an environment to help on improvement of business results.
Committed to the collection and dissemination of a variety of market data.
Improves the lives of children and adults with disabilities through quality therapeutic riding programs.
FutureWatch Environment and Development Education Partners is a not-for-profit registered charitable organization with the mandate to foster the creation of healthy and sustainable communities both within the City of Toronto and overseas.
Blind Sailing Association was formed to provide opportunities for the blind to improve their quality of life by building self esteem and confidence through recreational sailing.
The Broken Fence Society is a Canadian non-profit corporation mandated to address the increasing concerns about global environmental devastation. It is The Broken Fence Society's intent to advance the cause with an ongoing campaign of education, using all available means to deliver the message.
A.B.L.E. is an association of law enforcement professionals and associated community members who are committed to the betterment of the society.
The Oakville Art Society was originally founded in 1965 and is a unique Canadian art institution.
Naturism is a way of life in harmony with nature, characterized by the practice of communal nudity, with the intention of encouraging respect for oneself, respect for others and for the environment.
Promotes the general welfare of Farm Equipment Trade Retailers.
Committed to serving and protecting the public and promoting the profession of Immigration Advocacy in Canada.
Protects the insect’s species across Ontario.
Office is the repository for the official records of the Society.
Helps and manages the delivery of social and human services at the local level.
Expands services and includes a newsletter, regular workshops, in house training of parents who undertake a leadership role.
Protects the rights of child that is not born yet. Looks at abortion issues and seek solutions.
Represents Canadian manufacturers and distributors of fluid power products.
The name "Vital Spark" is derived from a series of books called "The Para Handy Tales" by the Scottish author Neil Munro. The Vital Spark had a crew of four consisting of Peter "Para" Handy (a nickname) as captain, Dougie the first mate, McPhail the engineer and "Sunny Jim" the cook and deck hand.
Organization that provides technical, accounting and financial solutions.
Represents, supports in advance with counseling, analysis and appraisal of real property, and protect public interest by developing and maintaining high standards of professional practice.
Supports and develops independent Waldorf schools through charity and donations.
Specialized in emergency plumbing problem, electrical issue, and faulty appliance or heating breakdown.
Furnishing company with design and decorating solutions.
Presents concerts, music festivals, theatre and opera featuring the best of Canadian vocal talent, to provide educational and developmental opportunities for young and upcoming singers, non-professional and professional and to increase the community's understanding and appreciation of the vocal arts.
Promotes the art and craft of cinematography and to provide tangible recognition of the common bonds that link film and video professionals, from the aspiring student and camera assistant to the news veteran and senior director of photography
The Canadian Society of Children's Authors, Illustrators, and Performers.
Provides residents with information about the community, the issues that affect them, and how the WRCA is involved.
The Oasis Addiction Recovery Society is a movement to help alcoholics and drug-addicts in recovery to become a healthy part of society.
The Sigma Chi Canadian Foundation was formed by Canadian Sigma Chi Alumni as a registered charitable foundation to provide a tax-effective way for Canadian Sigs to support the educational pursuits of all Canadian Active Chapters. The Foundation exists as a vehicle for local Active Chapters, Alumni Chapters and/or House Corporations to raise tax-deductible funds for educational purposes.
Markland Wood is a quiet residential neighbourhood in Etobicoke (West Toronto). This community gem is located to almost everything within the GTA. The Markland Wood website is sponsored by the Markland Homes Association, cummunity ratepayer's association.
Represents an obligation to the industry and the public to maintain the highest quality of business integrity, ability and service.
Develops pertaining to the technical/technological aspects of appliance design, operation, parts and service and developments in relation to business requirements and practice.
Helps self-directed investors and investment clubs learn how to earn consistently superior returns – while minimizing risk.
Provides an organized network for the promotion of unity, cooperation and mutual assistance among Law Clerks in Ontario.
Red Cross group with donating services that target the victims of disasters or political conflicts.
Art Deco society dedicated in Toronto. Fosters an appreciation of the Art Deco style (Canada during the 1920s and 30s). Helps preserve threatened examples from the period. Gets involved in public education.
Organization represents interests of heritage, active in both public and private sectors.
Charity association program with victims of Alzheimer disease.
Golf club and association with courses and training seminars.
Trains many individuals in employability and entrepreneurial skills; key skills in today's competitive market place.
Founder by parents of children with intellectual disabilities.
Established a strong presence in the technology sector and continues to meet its goals of representation to government, providing information to members and industry involvement.
Non-profit organization mandated to promote renewable bio-fuels (ethanol, biodiesel) for automotive transportation through consumer awareness and government liaison activities.
Association of businesses helping to stabilize and revitalize the local community, services, shopping and other attractions. Provide full list of recreations, news and events.
The Housing Help Association of Ontario (HHAO) is a provincial association of community based, not-for-profit organizations delivering the spectrum of free Housing Help services that prevent and reduce homelessness.
The Ontario Landlords Association (OLA) and its sister organization The Canada Landlords Association (CLA) are leading provincial and national organizations for private small residential landlords. We provide a unified voice for private landlords and promote and protect our members' interests to national and local government.
Men's fraternity offering support for students in the University of Toronto.
Provides both new and not-so-new members with an introduction to most aspects of life here at the Bain.
Dedicated to the appreciated and encouragement of legal heraldic traditions in Canada, specifically the Toronto area.
Encourages the development and discipline of environmental auditing and the improvement of environmental management of public and private organizations through environmental auditor certification and the application of environmental auditing ethics, principles and standards.