- From MW150107 - Common Ground.pdf - Social Economy & CED: 4000 new social economic businesses in Quebec (2004).
- From MW150126 - The Political Imperative.pdf: 1983 "work for welfare" in Québec, leads to marginalization. Allied with unions, business, politicians, institutions, government. RESO.
- From MW150121 - Transformed by Community Economic Development.pdf: Southwest Montréal - from an industrial centre to poverty. PEP and RESO successful intervention through citizen engagement: socio-economic partners - organization must be composed of voting | vote | democracy | !democratic | election representatives of different sectors of the community (four from business, four from community based organization | community organization | community based organizations, two union Leader | lead | leading, two associate members known for their influence, board grew to include local institutions, residence and elected municipal officials), committees and forums, AGM; Collaboration: supporting key community projects, economic, employment and recreation tourist plans; employment support and advice to entrepreneur | entrepreneurship, maintain industrial zoning, networking between businesses, workshops for training, secondary school for adults developed with industrial | factory, unions and literacy organizations.
- From Shared Space - Chapter 4 - Supporting Sustenance: Between clusters, adaptation, engagement and opportunity can be combined with sustenance to provide access to healthy resources such as cooking classes, engage with helpful groups such as artists, and opportunities in training and community run businesses.
- From Shared Space Chapter 2 - Organizing for complexity: Vibrant Communities is an organization that focuses on reducing poverty, using a structured learning circle, the Pan-Canadian Learning Community. Trail Builder communities receive funding to develop inclusive strategies, using local governence boards with diverse members including business,government, volunteer organizations and individuals.
- From MW150113 - CED & Social Economy in Canada - A People's History.pdf: Shift to supportive role, CES, LEAD, CEADS, all business focused but with more local authority.
- From Shared Space - Chapter 3 - Working in the Shared Space: Joint ventures build on service integration to combine mandates, resources, skills and plans when organizations do not have fiscal or jurisdiction to solve a problem. The Vancouver Agreement created a strategic plan for the Downtown Lower East Side in a March 2000 agreement with government, communities and business.
- From MW150102 - Editorial - The End of the Beginning.pdf: Emphasis since 2004 on celebrating; communicating (especially to English press/population); educate to senior civil servants, present at important meetings. Need to strengthen dialogue between CCEDNet, networks and movement with shared values goals, members including credit unions, women | Women's groups, Aboriginal and anti-poverty groups, Community Futures Development Corporations, union | unions movement, business | businesses sectors (especially those with social mandates); evaluate (specify strategy | strategies uses, eg capacity building, research not just for academically-led research projects, defining patient capital, is it meeting social economy enterprise needs, organizing for the right !Collaboration | collaboration | Partnership | partnership | synergistic | partner | collaborative - Québecers better prepared because of Foundation | foundation, for human capital, better integration of existing programs - 5-city demonstration project advocate by Learning Enrichment Foundation and CCEDNet, cost-benefit research for integrated, outcomes | Outcome | Outcomes-driven approaches. Looking to allies in Martin government; activate, Innovation | emerging | Emerging | modernization, agitate.
- From Shared Space - Chapter 4 - Supporting Sustenance: A 2004 Canadian Housing Framework proposal was collaboratively developed by six Saint John business and volunteer sector representatives, lead by the Mayor, non profits and other local stakeholders. The results exceeded what individual proposals would likely have accomplished.
- From MW150113 - CED & Social Economy in Canada - A People's History.pdf: Small business loaning | loan.