- 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: They start by understanding their profile to identify affected members, including groups and areas. Next they develop logistics for participation suitable to members - often community centres or libraries are used, and meals provided. Advisory groups are also sometimes created.
- From MW150132 - New Synergies.pdf: Arctic Co-operatives Ltd. traditional collaborative life to co-operatives. Inuit art, hotels, outfitting, cable tv, construction, property management. Keep control up north, provide training and resources.
- From Shared Space - Chapter 4 - Supporting Sustenance: The first Quality of Life Indicators report in 1999 provided a baseline for population, community, affordability, housing, workforce, health, community safety and participation; in 2005 charts changes and expands scope. This provides a sense of the current status and changing profile, and a base for exploring data. The data provided a contradictory picture, reflecting a need to revise the knowledge base and monitoring progress.
- From Shared Space - Chapter 4 - Supporting Sustenance: Monitoring progress around quality of life is growing, with many indicator initiatives, including the UK's 15 Headline Sustainability Indicators and Sustainable Seattle. BC's Quality of Life CHALLENGE provides information to the community through indicators, where possible consistent with the Quality of Life Monitoring System developed by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. This enables comparing progress.
- From Shared Space Chapter 1 - Reaching for Resilience: Shared Spaces is meant to provide a " Shared Space, page 2" for the communities agenda framework, which otherwise vary between communities.
- From Shared Space - Chapter 4 - Supporting Sustenance: Community infrastructure and individual capacity are used to address basic sustenance needs. The private sector, government and communities are involved in providing sustenance.
- From MW150102 - Editorial - The End of the Beginning.pdf: Martin participated in SW development as a minister in the early 1990swarning.pngThe date "early 1990s" was not understood., provide multi year funding. MW150121 p. 21. created a $5 million equity investment pool with the Federal Government, Province of Québec and Québec Solidarity Fund, support capacity building, community capital, and competance.
- From Transforming or Reforming Capitalism - Chapter 3 - Lamb "Towards an Economic Theory of Community Economic Development": An input-output analysis provides an economic tool for understanding linkages and multipliers, predicting final demand. Multipliers illustrate the importance of forming linkages.
- From Shared Space Chapter 1 - Reaching for Resilience: Social health is a !Indicator | Indicators | measuring | metrics | indicator | indicators | Measured | trends | baseline | status | profile of a healthy economy. Healthy communities create stability, create networks of trust, foster learning and networking, and are critical for innovation. They attract skilled workers, who are critical to competitiveness. They are therefore recognised as the "engines of nations," and it is important to develop quality of life factors and provide social infrastructure. This includes addressing issues such as racial tension, poverty, employment and housing issues, social exclusion. drug abuse and domestic violence.
- From Transforming or Reforming Capitalism - Chapter 3 - Lamb "Towards an Economic Theory of Community Economic Development": A theory is proposed that smaller scale production is environmentally friendlier, and may be as effecient as large scale. Linkages, convergence and big push theories contribute to small scale efficiency, with gaps providing opportunities for entrepeneurship in planned production.
- From Shared Space - Chapter 4 - Supporting Sustenance: Government can intervene by investing in the supply of amenities, supporting entities such as developers willing to build affordable housing, and providing land or land trusts to muncipalities and nonprofit corporations. Rehabilitation of land, policies, incentives and tax credits can also be used, as well as focusing on setting good wage conditions, government benefit programs, and lower the cost of basics such as utilities and transportation for affected groups.
- From Transforming or Reforming Capitalism - Chapter 2 - Ghorayshi, Gradon, Kliewer "Towards a Social Theory in Community Economic Development: Idealizing Community in the Era of Globalization": CED needs to challenge and transform beyond local geography, to a sense of place (belonging) and global alliances, balancing diversity and unity, state and civil society, holding local leaders accountable and breaking social classes, by demystifying and providing alternatives to capitalist structures, allying itself with movements such as for the environment, peace, women's and gay rights.
- From Shared Space Chapter 1 - Reaching for Resilience: The opportunity cluster provides an investment in employment related skills. Activities and organizations stem from collective entrepreneurship, creation of development accounts, learning bonds, home ownership, and financial assets, and are guided by principals of democratic engagement and shared profit.
- From Shared Space - Chapter 4 - Supporting Sustenance: Communities are involved in activities such as food banks and shelters. Habitat for Humanity and the World Vision Canada Aboriginal Council provide aid in constructing housing.
- From Shared Space Chapter 1 - Reaching for Resilience: In the mental health field, the challenge model considers resilience the "ability to cope with stressful change, and perceived or actual threat by survivors. It identifies the internal traits - such as internal strengths, behaviours, and competencies - and interventions, through partnerships with caring individuals and professionals, who provide high expectations and opportunities, as well as childhood development. Individuals are made stronger by handling difficult circumstances well. Resilient individuals engage actively, seek opportunities, and thrive in changing environments. Adaptation, sustenance, opportunity and engagement must be used at different times, individually and in combination.
- 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 MW150132 - New Synergies.pdf: Multicultural Health Brokers Co-Operative Ltd. provide social, emotional support, education services for immigrants. Compensated through service contracts with health institutions, pilot/project funding.
- From Shared Space Chapter 1 - Reaching for Resilience: The adaptation cluster provides coping and capacities facilities - child care, education, settlement. social capital, and core proficiencies.
- From Shared Space Chapter 1 - Reaching for Resilience: Shared space is a locality - where we live; an emotional space - a sense of belonging; our shared visions, understanding and goals, and how to participate. It is the focus of the communities agenda, which provides resilience, and leads to strong and vibrant communites.