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Engage and Empower: Defining and engaging community in Ontario's community benefits initiatives

Organization: 
The Mowat Centre
Author: 
Jordan Thirgood, Kiran Alwani and Erich Hartmann

Engage and Empower: Defining and engaging community in Ontario's community benefits initiativesCanada’s governments are investing billions of dollars in large infrastructure projects.

Year: 
2018
Format: 
Research report
Categories: 
Community Capacity Building
Government
Policy Development & Advocacy
Source: 
Weblink
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CALL FOR PAPERS: The Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research

ANSERJThe Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research / Revue canadienne de re­cherche sur les OSBL et l’économie sociale (ANSERJ) welcomes submissions of scholarly research related to the nonprofit sector and the social economy. They welcome submissions from students, faculty members, administrators, practitioners, researchers, employers, and policymakers. Submissions can be in French or English.

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Achieving community benefits through contracts: law, policy and practice

Organization: 
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Author: 
Richard Macfarlane and Mark Cook

Achieving community benefits through contracts: law, policy and practiceTo make employment, training and other ‘community benefits’ key outcomes of public expenditure programmes, they need to be incorporated into the specification of what is b

Year: 
2002
Format: 
Research report
Categories: 
Community Capacity Building
Policy Development & Advocacy
Source: 
Weblink
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Community Benefits from Development: Improving Neighbourhoods and Enabling Affordable Housing

Organization: 
City of Vancouver

Community Benefits from Development: Improving Neighbourhoods and Enabling Affordable HousingThe City of Vancouver prepares annual reports on development contributions – containing important details of what contributions were made and how they were allocated, enabling the public as well as the deve

Year: 
2017
Format: 
Document
Categories: 
Conceptual Frameworks & Approaches
Government
Housing & Real Estate
Policy Development & Advocacy
Source: 
Weblink
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Community Benefits as a Strategy for Economic Inclusion in Ontario: The Eglinton Crosstown LRT Story

Organization: 
The Atkinson Foundation

Community Benefits as a Strategy for Economic Inclusion in Ontario: The Eglinton Crosstown LRT Story (so far)This story was developed through a series of interviews and workshops with key players in the community benefits story in spring 2017.

Year: 
2018
Format: 
Case study
Categories: 
Conceptual Frameworks & Approaches
Partnership Building
Policy Development & Advocacy
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Weblink
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