- From MW150107 - Common Ground.pdf - Social Economy & CED: 4000 new social economic businesses in Quebec (2004).
- From Shared Space - Chapter 3 - Working in the Shared Space: Service integration is a way to reduce artificial segregation which creates gaps, redundancies and problems and make services more accessible and integrated. Service Canada is designed to provide service integration. Quebec consolidates services under the CLSCs and local service networks, and Saskatchewan with the Human Services Integration Forum and SchoolPlus. Edmonton has created a report A New Perspective: An Integrated Service Strategy.
- From Shared Space - Chapter 3 - Working in the Shared Space: In the communities agenda, doing involves creating links, and collaborative work - information exchange, shared learning and training, integrated development plans and initatives, consolidated application procedures and protocols, joint procurement and common evaluation. Groups in Quebec have a longer history of collaborative forums, such as the 'tables de concertaction.'