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Tewegan Housing for Aboriginal Youth

Braid Hard – Decolonizing Social Financing in Indigenous Housing The Braid Hard project connects Indigenous youth with their own strengths and visions for the future, while developing their social finance knowledge related to the land and self-determination. Braiding symbolizes interconnected relationships across people, cultures, and perspectives – ultimately weaving a strong community and future for […]


City for All Women Initiative & Lowertown Community Resource Centre

Upskilling for Equity: Community- and Women-Led Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Training Services Through this social enterprise project, diverse women – particularly those from marginalized communities – will receive training to facilitate workshops on equity, diversity and inclusion for non-profits, municipalities and businesses. As facilitators, the women will have the opportunity to bring their lived experiences […]


Dress for Success Ottawa National Capital Region

Improving the Social Fabric Dress for Success Ottawa is part of a global non-profit network that supports women’s economic independence by providing clients with professional attire, pre-employment supports and employment-related programming. This project will provide an analysis of the market for recycled textiles, aiming to identify social enterprise opportunities for local affiliates of Dress for […]


Yellowknife Women’s Society

Exploring Social Enterprise for Women Experiencing Homelessness First Nations, Inuit and Métis women are disproportionately represented among the homeless population in Yellowknife, and discrimination remains a key barrier to both employment and housing. The Yellowknife Women’s Society is buying a hotel that will be converted into housing for women transitioning out of homelessness. Given that […]


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