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Posted: Tue February 13 2018
By: Stephanie Guico
The so-called ‘sharing’ economy leaves no one indifferent. As it goes with olives or coriander, we either adopt or passionately reject these platforms which now seem, for better or for worse, ubiquitous. But if they exist, it is because their particular brand of service delivery, such as Uber or...
Posted: Wed January 17 2018
By: Andy Horsnell
The Department of Employment and Social Development Canada launched its Social Innovation and Social Finance Strategy Steering Group. This is an exciting time for the sector, as the group gears up for a year of consultation and planning for what will eventually be a national strategy....
Posted: Thu November 23 2017
By: Michael Toye
The federal government's social innovation and social finance strategy is the biggest policy opportunity for community economic developers in a generation.  Let me tell you why.  The practices described by the term 'social innovation' may not be new – public schools, hospitals, co-...
Posted: Wed November 22 2017
By: Ms. Erika Licon
Last August, I had the opportunity to participate in the second gathering for a Global Curriculum of the Social Solidarity Economy hold in Puebla, Mexico. In this short article, I would like to share an overview of the campaign and some of the results from the second gathering. The campaign for...
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