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Posted: Fri 27 May 2016
By: SFU Certificate...
Two graduates of this year's SFU Certificate Program for Community Economic Development wanted to share some of their CED learnings from the program to the people in their communities. Amy Quarry and Diandra Oliver, both accomplished CED practitioners in their communities of Quesnel and Prince...
Posted: Fri 27 May 2016
By: Michael Toye
Communities are at the heart of what CCEDNet peeps do.  So it shouldn't be a surprise that when you put 230 community champions together over three days, you get one heck of a community.  Hosted by CCEDNet member CEDEC, ECONOUS2016 was the first national CED conference in several years...
Posted: Fri 27 May 2016
By: SFU Certificate...
May 2-6 was the final week of the 2015/2016 SFU CED program and we ended with a bang! Students pitched their social impact ideas for a total prize pool of $20,000 for the Social Innovation Challenge, an exciting part of the SFU Certificate Program for Community Economic Development over...
Posted: Fri 15 April 2016
By: Darcy Penner
Elections are noisy and cluttered affairs that can make it difficult for some of the most promising, Manitoba-made policy innovations to get the attention they deserve. One of these policies is the use of day-to-day government purchasing to provide job and training opportunities for people with...
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