Testimony from the Trenches: Eight Canadian Stories of CED Success

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Organization: 
The Canadian CED Network
Author: 
Mark Cabaj

Canadian CED NetworkWe have chosen only eight of the many possible examples of effective pursuit of community revitalization through the CED strategy that our Network represents and promotes. These are offered here simply as a resource and as background data for the policy framework presented in this document. 

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  • BUILDING CO-OPERATIVE BUSINESS SOLUTIONS TO WELFARE
    The Co-operative Employee Partnership Program in Nova Scotia
  • GROWING A NEW ECONOMY
    The Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland
  • FROM DEPENDENCE TO DIGNITY
    New Businesses and Human Resource Development in Halifax 
  • BECOMING OWNERS IN ONE’S HOMELAND
    A First Nation Strategy in Northern Saskatchewan
  • THE POWER OF AN INTEGRATED STRATEGY FOR PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT
    The Learning Enrichment Foundation in York
  • COMMUNITY-BASED ACTION AGAINST POVERTY
    Lutherwood-CODA in the Cambridge-Waterloo-Guelph Region
  • REVITALIZING AN URBAN COMMUNITY ECONOMY
    Fighting Back in Montreal’s South West Neighbourhoods
  • TAKING CONTROL OF AN ECONOMY IN TRANSITION
    Collaboration at the Enterprise Centre in Revelstoke, B.C.
Year: 
1999
Format: 
Document
Case study
Categories: 
Community ownership
Co-operatives
First Nations, Inuit and Métis
Poverty Reduction
Stories and Experiences
Urban Development
Source: 
Weblink

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