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The purpose of this discussion paper is to provide an understanding of opportunities for post-secondary institutions across Canada at the intersection of entrepreneurship and Indigenous communities.
This study examines the benefits and challenges of partnership between higher education institutions and social enterprises in Canada. It is one of 12 country - and territory - level studies that informed the report "Social enterprise in a global context: the role of higher education institutions".
Highlighting the major outcomes of the Vancouver Island Social Innovation Zone's (VISIZ) pilot Social Innovation Cohort, which matched selected social innovation initiatives with fnancial support, and partially funded fulltime co-op students between January-April 2016.
Results of a Canada-wide research project on leadership learning for social change.
The Foundation is embracing solutions finance after a decade of supporting the development of social finance and the impact investing marketplace in Canada, learning from various successes and failures in managing impact investments.
Insight into B.C.’s social venture sector from a labour market perspective. This report provides information on the key issues and challenges facing social ventures and offers recommendations on the actions needed to facilitate further development of the sector across the province.
Report examines how universities and other higher education institutions around the world are collaborating and engaging with social enterprises.
A deep dive into models of social innovation hubs across North America.
Report calls for a new grand bargain that can better unite cities and their anchor institutions for mutual gain.
This report is one of several that describe the assets, gaps and community feedback to guide our collective direction forward.
This report is intended to support informed discussion and guide decision-making in the emerging field of community wealth-building.
This report advances priority recommendations for governments—the federal government in particular—to enable and catalyze impact investment in Canada.
The purpose of this report is to evaluate the size, scope and scale of the impact investment sector.
This progress report highlights some of the developments relevant to the recommendations of the Task Force since the report's release.
This report calls on institutional investors, corporations, philanthropists, foundations and governments to work together to build a robust impact investing marketplace in Canada.