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Dahdaleh Foundation supports Canada Gallery featuring Group of Seven Guitar Project


The Dahdaleh Foundation is proud to be the Principal Sponsor of the Canada Gallery, in Canada House on Trafalgar Square, which currently features this special Group of Seven Guitar Project. The exhibition is focused on seven guitars commissioned by the McMichael Canadian Art Collection (Kleinburg, Ontario). The individual guitars take their inspiration from a member […]

31/07/2018

The Dahdaleh Foundation extends sponsorship of Canada House Gallery to 2025


The Dahdaleh Foundation is proud to announce a five year extension of its principal sponsorship of the Canada Gallery, housed in the High Commission of Canada on Trafalgar Square. The renewed sponsorship builds on an initial commitment by the Foundation, chaired by Victor Phillip Dahdaleh, which began on completion of the 2015 refurbishment of Canada […]

26/06/2018

Significant Progress at The Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research at Canada’s York University


The past six months has been a busy period for The Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research. A world-renowned team is being assembled to support the Institutes’ core objectives to provide leadership and innovation in improving global health. Spearheading the Institute is Dr. James Orbinski, OC, OOnt, MSc who has been named inaugural Director. Dr. Orbinski is a physician, […]

15/05/2018

The Victor Dahdaleh Foundation supports Chair in Democracy and Governance at St. Francis Xavier University


The Victor Dahdaleh Foundation is delighted to be providing funding support to the new The Brian Mulroney Institute of Government at St. Francis Xavier University (StFX), dedicated to the study of government, Canada-U.S. relations, and global affairs for undergraduate students. Specifically, The Foundation has donated C$1.5 million to fund the Victor Dahdaleh Chair in Democracy […]

23/04/2018

Perfect match: charitable foundations and the key to long term impact


For the modern philanthropist, making a lasting difference means more than simply making large donations. Victor Dahdaleh writes for Civil Society on the growing role of private foundations in bringing together a range of stakeholders and acting as catalysts for additional funding – including matching by government. For the full article, see here.

16/08/2017

Canada and the UK: closer together and looking ahead


It is a special year for my country. In this month 150 years ago, the nation that brought us the light bulb, insulin, the walkie-talkie, Donald Sutherland and peanut butter, was formed. In July 1867, the British North America Act merged four former British colonies into a single new country: Canada. Since then, the two […]

25/07/2017

What do you know about mesothelioma?


One of the world’s rarest cancers, this deadly disease does not garner a great deal of attention despite there being over 5,400 sufferers in the UK alone. The cancer develops in the lining, the ‘mesothelium’, which covers some of the body’s most vital organs in the chest or abdomen. Most cases affect the lungs (pleural […]

08/12/2016