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Calgary is breaking new financial territory in Canada, becoming the first city to have its own local, digital currency.
Since the end of last decade, several institutions of the European Union have called for public policies to boost the social economy at the European, national and regional levels.
Nominations are currently being sought for two positions on CCEDNet’s Board of Directors with mandates ending at the 2020 Annual General Meeting. At this time, the Board is particularly seeking candidates with legal, human resource or communications expertise, though anyone with energy and a vision for the CED movement in Canada is invited to submit their candidacy.
CCEDNet members and partners interested in hosting EconoUs2020 are invited to submit an expression of interest
CCEDNet's national conference is a vital part of a dynamic pan-Canadian movement for inclusive and sustainable community economies. The annual event:
"Social enterprises are found in every Ontario constituency, including yours, and are widely supported by all Ontario political parties.