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History of the CCVI

The CCVI was created by Liz Weaver, then with Volunteer Hamilton, in her Masters of Management for National Voluntary Sector Leadership studies in the McGill-McConnell program.

2001 was the International Year of the Volunteer. Volunteer Canada launched the first edition of the CCVI: values, principles and 10 Standards.

The 2006 edition of the CCVI consolidated the original with the Standards of Practice of the Canadian Administrators of Volunteer Resources (CAVR). The 2006 CCVI had 12 Standards.

The most recent work on the Canadian Code For Volunteer Involvement examined the landscape of the voluntary sector, made some revisions to reflect current opportunities to engage volunteers effectively, and added two Standards.

The 2012 edition of the CCVI has 14 Standards.

  

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