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Posted: Fri December 23 2016
By: Laurence Audett...
After 2 days on board the train – internet-less (much to the demise of Audrey-Anne who’s just about to breakdown) – we arrive at dawn in the surprising city of Winnipeg. “The Peg” – as trendy locals call it – resembles a secret garden. Under a somewhat harsh allure lays an effervescent world...
Posted: Wed December 21 2016
By: SFU Certificate...
SFU's Community Economic Development program has officially launched LEAP! (Local Entrepreneurship Accelerator Program) with a new website. LEAP! is an eight week accelerator program for brand new start-up social entrepreneurs in rural B.C. Using a lean start-up model, LEAP! prepares small...
Posted: Tue November 29 2016
By: Darcy Penner
On an unseasonably warm November 15, 2016, around 90 people gathered in the Winnipeg Convention Centre for the first ever Winnipeg Social Finance Forum. It was a unique mix of stakeholders and individuals: financial institutions, foundations, CED leaders and practitioners, civil servants, political...
Posted: Mon November 28 2016
By: Kirsten Bernas
Last Monday, November 21st, the Progressive Conservatives released their second Throne Speech, indicating the government’s upcoming priorities. CCEDNet Manitoba pays close attention to this document, as it outlines the government’s direction, and reveals where there will be opportunities and...
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