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National Communications Assistant (Membership and Learning Program)

The Canadian CED Network (CCEDNet) is inviting applications for a National Communications Assistant (Membership and Learning Program) to join our Engagement Team. The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the National membership engagement and communication strategy for CCEDNet with a focus on creating member value and advancing the development of a national movement for sustainable and inclusive communities.  This position reports to the Network Engagement Lead.

Compensation: 
$21.04/hr
Deadline: 
20 Aug 2021

Project 10 - Lessons for Transforming Neighbourhood Pain into Gain

Image of fingers typing on a keyboard with text: "WEBINARS"Project 10 is an initiative of  Edmonton Community Development Company that is uniting diverse partners around a bold plan to buy, demolish and redevelop 10 derelict properties in McCauley, one of the city’s oldest urban neighbourhoods. Drug trafficking, homelessness, gambling and gangs are a current reality for McCauley. These challenges are counterbalanced by the deep love and loyalty that many residents have for their neighbourhood. This commitment was powerfully demonstrated when, in just six weeks, neighbours contributed $1.1 million to join local leaders as investors in a plan to buy, and revitalize a long-time problem strip mall property. This significant show of support is an important victory in the incredibly complex and challenging work of revitalizing communities.

Join Sylvia Cheuy as she welcome’s Mark Holmgren, Executive Director of the Edmonton Community Development Company to share the lessons he is discovering as he mobilizes diverse partners to work together, connect dots and creatively overcome obstacles to restore a neighbourhood and make the possibility of homeownership a reality for first-time buyers.

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RECONNECT! Making Community Essential

Smilling young people at a party (With text) "Reconnect Making Community Essential October 6 and 7/ Live OnlineLearn with an unprecedented team of thought leaders from communities across North America that have innovative responses to COVID recovery and community building and have implemented effective social responses. Learn about the unprecedented spontaneous uprising of everyday people taking action to support their neighbours.

Most importantly talk about what comes next.

A Build Back Better Conversation:

  •  What can we learn from forced social disconnection?
  • What will the great reconnect look like and how do we help?
  • Can we rebuild people’s trust in public spaces and community gatherings?
  • Why building stronger neighbourhoods are so effective?
  • Community health and the role that social connection plays in well-being.
  •  How do we strengthen civil society and collective action in our cities?
  •  Put community at the centre of our municipal recovery plans.
  • Building back using an Asset-Based Community Development framework?

Join top keynotes

  • Zita Cobb – Business Hall of Fame, Storyteller, Community builder
  • John McKnight – Co-Founder, Asset Based Community Development
  • Kim Samuel - Founder, the Samuel Centre for Social Connectedness
  • De'Amon Harges - Roving Listener & Creator, the Learning Tree
  • Peter Block – Author – Community and Abundant Community
  • Melanie Goodchild – Founder, Turtle Island Institute
  • Paul Born – Bestselling Author of Deepening Community
  • Cormac Russell – Author - Teacher – Consultant ABCD
  • Jim Diers – Author – Trainer – Activist – City Leader
  • Heather Keam - Tamarack's Deepening Community Lead

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Administrative & Financial Assistant

The Neighbourhood Land Trust (NLT) is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the affordability, diversity, and equity of Parkdale by bringing land into community ownership and control. NLT works to acquire and manage land, leasing it at affordable rates to eligible charitable partners who provide community benefits including affordable and supportive housing. Visit www.pnlt.ca for more information.

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Deadline: 
23 Jul 2021
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Community Development Coordinator

The Neighbourhood Land Trust (NLT) is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the affordability, diversity, and equity of Parkdale by bringing land into community ownership and control. NLT works to acquire and manage land, leasing it at affordable rates to eligible charitable partners who provide community benefits including affordable and supportive housing. Visit www.pnlt.ca for more information.

Compensation: 
Deadline: 
23 Jul 2021
Phone: 
E-mail: 
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