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Posted: Mon October 20 2014
By: Katie Derksen
Fall is traditionally a time to take stock, set new goals, and get back to work and study with renewed energy. In the spirit of furthering our own pro bono education, Spark has been hard at work this fall, studying some of our past matches and building theory. Those of us who have ever orchestrated...
Matthew Thompson's picture
Posted: Fri October 17 2014
By: Matthew Thompson
This blog is part of the 'Voices of New Economies' series within Cities for People - an experiment in advancing the movement toward urban resilience and livability through connecting innovation networks. This Voices series is collectively curated by One Earth and The Canadian CED Network. We are...
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Posted: Thu October 16 2014
By: Ms. Marianne Ju...
This blog is part of the 'Voices of New Economies' series within Cities for People - an experiment in advancing the movement toward urban resilience and livability through connecting innovation networks. This Voices series is collectively curated by One Earth and The Canadian CED Network. We are...
Matthew Thompson's picture
Posted: Wed October 15 2014
By: Matthew Thompson
This blog is part of the 'Voices of New Economies' series within Cities for People - an experiment in advancing the movement toward urban resilience and livability through connecting innovation networks. This Voices series is collectively curated by One Earth and The Canadian CED Network. We are...
Matthew Thompson's picture
Posted: Tue October 14 2014
By: Matthew Thompson
This blog is part of the 'Voices of New Economies' series within Cities for People - an experiment in advancing the movement toward urban resilience and livability through connecting innovation networks. This Voices series is collectively curated by One Earth and The Canadian CED Network. We are...
Matthew Thompson's picture
Posted: Mon October 13 2014
By: Matthew Thompson
This blog is the first of the 'Voices of New Economies' series within Cities for People - an experiment in advancing the movement toward urban resilience and livability through connecting innovation networks. This Voices series is collectively curated by One Earth and The Canadian CED Network. We...
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Posted: Thu October 2 2014
By: Kirsten Bernas
Originally published in the Winnipeg Free Press on October 2, 2014 The minimum-wage hike, to $10.70 per hour, that kicked in this week means full-time workers would earn just over $20,800 annually. This leaves a family of four, with both parents working, with an income more than $1,500 below the...
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Posted: Tue September 30 2014
By: Sherri Torjman
Originally published on Tamarack's Vibrant Communities Canada blog: http://vibrantcanada.ca/blogs/sherri-torjman/policies-build-caring-community This blog is based on the keynote address delivered at the national Seeking Community gathering hosted by the Tamarack Institute in Kitchener-Waterloo in...
Jamie Klinger's picture
Posted: Tue September 16 2014
By: Jamie Klinger
Urban agriculture is a movement that is growing in urban Montreal.  Every year there are more and more public spaces that have vegetables and herbs growing in them ready for neighborhood consumption and cultivation.  The greater vegetable yields we can produce locally, the more we will save on...
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Posted: Mon September 15 2014
By: Michael Toye
The People's Climate March, coming up this weekend in New York City and in parallel demonstrations around the world, is shaping up to be the largest demonstration on the climate in North American history.  It is designed to send a message to global leaders attending a special UN climate summit.So...

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