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CCEDNet's 2022 Annual General Meeting (AGM)

CCEDNet's 2022 Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place on...

June 9, 2022
10am Pacific Time, 11am Mountain, 12pm Central, 1pm Eastern, 2pm Atlantic, 2:30pm Newfoundland

This year's AGM repeats the success of the last seven years by being entirely virtual and bilingual. Members are able to make motions, vote and comment in English or French, all from the comfort of their computer. 

Access documents, resolutions, and board nominations


Director of Human Resources

The Canadian Community Economic Development Network (CCEDNet) is seeking a Director of Human Resources. This is a leadership position that will report to the Executive Director, leading CCEDNet’s organizational policies and practices related to recruitment, staff support, team culture and well-being.  


15 Mar 2022

Investment Readiness Program, Partnership Lead

The Canadian Community Economic Development Network (CCEDNet) is seeking a dynamic, organized, and collaborative person to fill the term position of Investment Readiness Program, Partnership Lead. This is a significant project and partnership management position related to CCEDNet’s multifaceted role in the federal government’s Investment Readiness Program (IRP), reporting to CCEDNet’s Regional Networks Director.

The base salary range is $62,218 - $76,258 annually, adjusted for regional cost of living variances, plus extended benefits.
27 Mar 2022

Leading Through Change: An Introduction to CCEDNet’s Community Leadership Program

Join us for this engaging and interactive 2.5-hour session to help leaders make sense of the rapid change we are all experiencing. The session will provide frameworks and approaches to help organizations, teams and individuals navigate effectively in this evolving environment. It will also introduce you to the Community Leadership Program, should you be interested in experiencing the program before enrolling for the Spring Leadership Training.

For whom: This course is for those wanting an introduction to the full 6-session Community Leadership Program training and/or those who are looking to inspire and deepen their leadership practice. 

Learning Objectives: 

  1. To explore the dynamic changes we are experiencing in our leadership roles
  2. To examine two different frameworks that will help us and our teams to better navigate change
  3. To collectively share change management strategies and approaches

3 Course Dates Available: 

Thursday, Feb. 24: 10:00am - 12:30pm Eastern Time (FULL!)

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Tuesday, March 1: 12:30PM - 3:00PM Eastern Time (FULL!)

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Tuesday, March 8: 9:30AM - 12:00PM Eastern Time (NEW!)

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Limited Capacity: Please note that space is limited and each session will be capped to ensure each participant has a high quality, engaging and impactful experience.  If the sessions are booked, please contact to be placed on a waiting list.  

Cost: Free

Accessibility: Closed Captioning will be available at the workshop. Additional accessibility accommodations are available by advanced request by contacting Adriana Zylinski by February 18, 2022. 

Registration Note: These sessions will not be recorded.  Due to limited capacity, we expect registration indicates your confirmed attendance. Thank you in advance.  

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About your Facilitator

Suzanne Gibson “awakens the potential” of your organization to achieve its mandate and vision. Over the past 25 years, Suzanne has:

  • inspired new and established organizations to “dream big,” unite around an idea and turn those dreams into reality
  • uncovered creative solutions to complex social and organization problems
  • mobilized diverse groups into strong teams
  • facilitated and supported leaders, staff and volunteers to achieve their personal and collective potential
  • applied her entrepreneurial flair to start up innovative new ventures
  • equipped organizations to secure much-needed knowledge, skills and resources.

Suzanne will help you draw out the very best from your volunteers, staff and stakeholders as you help create a better world.

Freedom Dreaming: Creating Co-ops that Empower & Enliven Community

Brown background with graphics of curved lines and triangles, as well as Freedom Dreams logo. Text says "Episode #4 December 8, 2021 6pm-7:30pm ET. Workshop: Freedom Dreaming. Creating Co-ops that empower and enliven community. Christine Clark, founder, Freedom Dreams Co-operative Education. Josephine Grey, Co-founder, St James Town Community Co-op." Headshots of Christine Clarke and Josephine Grey. Community-led solutions lead to transformative social change and co-ops put the power to shape our realities and decide our own futures back into people's hands. Community organizer and human rights advocate Josephine Grey of St. James Town Community Co-op joins us to explore impact co-op models that meet community needs.

The workshop will be a participatory, question-and-answer session and we encourage attendees to come with their questions for Josephine on how to create impactful co-op models that truly meet community needs.

Freedom Dreams Co-operative Education Program is an online and place-based workshop series that shares knowledge about co-operatives and the solidarity economy from a Black, Indigenous and Person of Colour (BIPOC) perspective. The "Transformation on Our Own Terms" series explores the complex histories of co-operatives often left out of the examples and conversations in the mainstream co-operative rhetoric here in Canada, with cultural significance in South and Central America, Asia and Southeast Asia, Africa, the Caribbean and throughout the Black Diaspora.

As we ‘build back better’ in a post-COVID world, this webinar series demonstrates not only what’s possible but what’s necessary in order for BIPOC communities to take their power into their own hands regarding food sovereignty, social justice, economic self-determination and more. 



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