I became aware of Tom Kent a seminal figure in the development of Canadian social policy just after I moved to Halifax in the 1970's. At the time he chaired the Cape Breton Development Corporation establishing the model of regional … Read More
On November 25, 500 social innovators will gather at Vancouver's new Convention Centre for BC's first Non-Profit Partnership Summit: Collective Impact through Social Innovation. The event, hosted by the BC Government, has been designed to stimulate conversation among business, labour, … Read More
15 year old Shannen Koostachin of Attawapiskat First Nation in Ontario had a dream – to go to a real school. A school that was safe and comfy, offering culturally based education for herself and her classmates. She led a … Read More
Another creative piece from the talented author, commentator and founder of Informed Opinions – Shari Graydon.
Ted Jackson, community organizer, fellow Frontier College alumni and Professor at Carleton University presented the following speech at the 52nd annual meeting of the Quinte West Association for Community Living. A comprehensive analysis and call to action relevant for all … Read More