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Out of this world Café (OTW Café)

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2008-01-01
In 2006 Algoma University, with funding provided by the Ontario Trillium Foundation through the Canadian CED Network (CCEDNet), undertook a research initiative designed to identify areas for policy improvement related to social enterprises which employ persons in receipt of the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP). This is one of four case studies developed as an outcome of this initiative.

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Jarrett Value 2 Co-op

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2008-01-01

In 2006, Algoma University, with funding provided by the Ontario Trillium Foundation and the Canadian CED Network, undertook research to identify areas for policy improvement on social enterprises that employ individuals in receipt of the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP). This is one of four case studies developed as an outcome of this initiative.

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The Community Opportunity Innovation Network Inc. (COIN)

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2008-01-01

In 2006, Algoma University, with funding provided by the Ontario Trillium Foundation through the Canadian CED Network (CCEDNet), undertook a research initiative designed to identify areas for policy improvement related to social enterprises which employ persons in receipt of the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP). This is one of four case studies developed as an outcome of this initiative.

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Charles Printing

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2008-01-01

In 2006 Algoma University, with funding provided by the Ontario Trillium Foundation through the Canadian CED Network (CCEDNet), undertook a research initiative designed to identify areas for policy improvement related to social enterprises which employ persons in receipt of the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP). This is one of four case studies developed as an outcome of this initiative.

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Central Neighbourhood House, Executive Director

Central Neighbourhood House (CNH), located in east downtown Toronto, is a not for profit community based multi-service agency addressing social, political, and cultural barriers by working in partnership with individuals, families and groups, respecting diversity and enabling participation and opportunities in society. This is done by developing and providing services and programs which are integrated with support, research and advocacy.
 
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4 Apr 2008
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Toronto Community Development Institute Spring Conference

While we are calling this “community development,” in reality we mean it to be a gathering of budding activists and experienced practitioners from the whole universe of community work fields – community organizing, neighbourhood building, environmental advocacy, capacity building, social movements building, unions, cooperatives, social enterprises, etc. This initiative is a collaborative effort on the part of people from the universities, colleges, community networks, labour organizations, anti- racism/anti-oppression networks, social justice groups, and others. We invite you to join us in creating a learning, sharing, networking opportunity in Toronto that we believe would be a benefit to your community or organization. Our vision of this event includes: morning and afternoon workshops, time for networking, evening social events, Friday forum with guest speakers, field trips to local sites, cultural celebrations, and more.

We hope this will be only the first of many such events of a Toronto CD Institute that becomes a force for change. What it will look like, how it will be organized and led, and in which directions it will grow will be topics for discussion before, during, and after the Spring 2008 Institute.

Join us!

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