Over 2,000 Canadians ran in the Boston Marathon in 2013 – thankfully none were killed or injured. A year later some survivors struggle with anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress and yet we […]
Welcome to the home of the Canadian National Day of Service Foundation. We are a charitable foundation whose purpose is to honor and celebrate Canadians who serve their communities in official and unofficial ways.
National Day of Service was declared on September 11, 2011 by Prime Minister Stephen Harper to give a positive focus to a tragic date. The foundation’s goal is to bring attention to all the wonderful work Canadians do for their neighbours and communities.
Canaday Make a Difference? Canada Says Yes!
On one day each year, we stage a celebration event to honor Canadian heroes – those who perform miracles as first responders and other rescue personnel and those who give of themselves in charity and community service every day.
Current News and Events
By Adrianne Humen, 2014 Victimology Graduate Certificate Student at Algonquin College Victims without names When tragic and sudden events such as the Air India terrorist attack, 9/11, or more recently […]
The proposed bill addresses concerns many crime victims have had for many years by increasing the focus on the needs of victims (as opposed to the needs of the perpetrators). […]
Mr. Jaser, an alleged terrorist, had committed previous criminal acts in Canada while living here illegally. When the government was unsuccessful in having him deported, it instead granted him a […]