For more information about the Social Enterprise Sector Surveys happening in provinces all across Canada, please visit:
This paper has been prepared as a “first read” for organizations looking for new funding possibilities or for those who are curious about the concept of a bond as a potential vehicle for their orga
One innovative concept for dealing with reduced government revenues for vital social programs is the Social Impact Bond (SIB).
The objective of this research is to examine the perception of the business sector toward social entrepreneurship in terms of perceived competitiveness, values, social mission, and social imp
Mainstreaming Social Procurement in Australia: The Guide has been produced by Chris Newman (PMMS Consulting) and Ingrid Burkett (Knode) on behalf of the Social Procurement Action Group (
Date: October 26, 2012
Building a social enterprise is an intentional and vibrant process along a business and organizational development path. This session will explore the
Date: October 12, 2012
This session will cover the key components and the current activities for a supportive eco-system for social enterprise across Canada: business skills,
This power point persenation is taken from a webinar presented by:
Susan Manwaring, Miller Thomson - Lawyers | AdvocatsSeptember 28, 2012 - Legal Issues & Considerat
This document takes an in-depth look at lessons learned from case studies on the governance structures and processes of 20 Canadian non-profit organizations.
Glossary of Social Investment terms - in simple language.
Source: The Centre for Social Impact (Australia)