Region: Nova Scotia

Until now, there has never been an economic impact study on the innovative Nova Scotia Community Economic Development Investment Fund (CEDIF) tax credit program to assess its impact in creating…

Until now, there has never been an economic impact study on the innovative Nova Scotia Community Economic Development Investment Fund (CEDIF) tax credit program to assess its impact in creating…

The Social Enterprise Network of Nova Scotia and the national Social Enterprise Ecosystem Project have joined up to launch the province’s first impact investment fund, the Social Enterprise Impact Investment Pilot….

Since co-releasing the Social Enterprise Sector Strategy in partnership with the Government of Nova Scotia in April 2017, the network secretariat, Common Good Solutions, has been collecting and analyzing data…

With heavy hearts we received the news yesterday of the passing of one of Canada’s great champions of community economic development, Father Greg MacLeod. Working in the context of declining…

The of Nova Scotia announced on April 12 that they will be working with the Social Enterprise Network of Nova Scotia to help more social enterprises start and expand. A social…

The Government of Nova Scotia announced on April 12 that they will be working with the Social Enterprise Network of Nova Scotia to help more social enterprises start and expand. A…

The Indigenous Women in Community Leadership program is a four-month (May 1 – August 25, 2017) education program offered by Coady Institute’s International Centre for Women’s Leadership. This program enables…

The Community Economic Development Institute of the Shannon School of Business, Cape Breton University is seeking proposals for presentations, panels, or roundtable discussions for the 2017 Community Innovation & Social Enterprise Conference….

New and existing social enterprises now have the choice to apply for designation as a Community Interest Company. Effective June 15, legislation and regulations allow businesses formed under the Companies…

Originally published by canoe.ca Ribbon cutting at the grand opening of the Community Carrot co-op grocery store in Halifax, December 11, 2014.(Global Voices photo) Paul Cranidge lives in an urban…

On November 28, the Government of Nova Scotia introduced the Community Interest Companies Act, which will allow businesses formed under the Companies Act to be designated as community interest companies….