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Posted: Fri 5 February 2016
By: Axiom News
A place on the Masset Village shoreline that resident Joan Ewson took the lead in getting cleaned up several weeks ago is still litter-free. She’s so energized by this and how it happened that she’s about ready to tackle the rest of the shoreline. In the meantime, her success is being held up as...
Posted: Thu 28 January 2016
By: Darcy Penner
2016 is shaping up to be an exciting year for social enterprise in Manitoba. The latest development was announced last week: the Manitoba government has committed to supporting employment-focused social enterprises through the development of a $10 M loan fund, as well as developing a government-...
Posted: Wed 6 January 2016
By: Community Wealth
A municipal strategy to reduce urban poverty addresses the roots of inequality Like many major metropolitan areas in the United States, Toronto is experiencing fast-paced growth. Canada's finance and business capital has more cranes in the sky than New York City—with nearly 50 percent more high-...
Posted: Wed 16 December 2015
By: Darcy Penner
Poverty reduction has no silver bullet. Nor should we expect one. The exhausting and overwhelming work of reducing poverty must take a comprehensive, long-term approach that is led by the communities in need. These communities, who struggle against poverty and social exclusion every day, have...
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