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Posted: Mon August 8 2022
By: Yvon Poirier
Originally published June 25, 2014 This is Part 2 of a 2-part series. Click here to read the first in this series.  Tackling the Fundamental Issue: Ownership  My suggestion is that the ownership of capital itself needs to change. We need to democratize ownership. We need to...
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Posted: Mon August 8 2022
By: Yvon Poirier
Originaly published June 25, 2014 This book by French economist Thomas Piketty, published in France last September, has become known worldwide, especially since its English publication by Harvard University Press in April. The book has been one of the top selling books in the USA since its...
Sarah Leeson-Klym's picture
Posted: Thu April 28 2022
By: Sarah Leeson-Klym
In Manitoba, instead of teaching CED 101, we often lead groups through a facilitated session called Ideal Communities.* Before we begin to think about CED actions, we create a collective imaginary community that really lives up to our vision and values. In countless sessions, the same themes emerge...
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Posted: Mon May 10 2021
By: Andy Broderick
Originally published in iPolitics, May 7, 2021. Long before COVID-19, Canadians struggled to access affordable housing. Now, isolation, unemployment, and mental illness — side effects of the devastating virus — are causing our most vulnerable citizens to become even more vulnerable. ...
Victor Beausoleil's picture
Posted: Tue April 13 2021
By: Victor Beausoleil
Originally published in CBC National, April 13, 2021. The Global Risks Report, released by the World Economic Forum earlier this year, cites the top challenges facing us today – a daunting list. Damage to the environment from climate change and our failure to act on it is the main danger...
Cathy Taylor's picture
Posted: Wed April 7 2021
By: Cathy Taylor
Originally published in iPolitics, April 7, 2021. Long before the global pandemic reached Canada, the care of our most vulnerable citizens had challenged many governments, communities, and families. “Care work” was “women’s work,” and therefore underpaid and undervalued. That often meant...
Raissa Marks's picture
Posted: Tue April 6 2021
By: Raissa Marks
The Overton window: A sweet spot for policies that are aligned with the government’s agenda and within the range of policies politically acceptable to the voting public at a given time.  Since last summer, efforts have ramped up to push for a national Social Innovation and Social Finance...
Rosalind Lockyer's picture
Posted: Mon April 5 2021
By: Rosalind Lockyer
Originally published in The Toronto Star, April 5, 2021 Events of the past year have laid bare inequities faced by our country’s citizens. Women who are filling critical roles to aid in the nation’s response to COVID-19 have been disproportionately and negatively impacted by the...
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Posted: Thu April 1 2021
By: Nancy Neamtan
Originally published in The Hill Times, April 1, 2021 The numbers are devastating. Almost one in seven Canadians (14.6 per cent) reported they live in a household where they’ve experienced food insecurity over the past 30 days, according to the Statistics Canada survey conducted May 4-...
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Posted: Wed February 17 2021
By: Raissa Marks
During the week of February 8-12, CCEDNet had the great pleasure of visiting – virtually of course – nine examples of innovative community leadership across Canada.  These visits were part of a tour organized by CCEDNet for the Hon. Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Families, Children and Social...


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