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A Case Study Of Kitsaki Development Corporation
(Centre for Community Enterprise, 1993)
This selection from the book “Regional Development from the Bottom Up” (Centre for Community Enterprise, 1993) details the evolution of one of Canada's foremost community economic development corporations in the 1980s and ...
Bibliography: Sustainability and Social Economy
Money & Mission: Social Enterprise in Calgary
This power point presentation was made to the 2009 symposium of the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA). It reports on the results of research into social enterprise development in the City of Calgary, ...
Community-Based Recycling put on Hold: Cambridge’s failed bid to replicate the ERS
(Making Waves, 1995)
Inspired by the success of the Edmonton Recycling Society,(Guenter, 1995) an innovative CED organization in Southern Ontario mobilized to compete for a major recycling contract in the Waterloo region. However, procurement ...
Kauai Fresh: From food bank to a catalyst of food security
(Making Waves, 2006)
As its "Kauai Fresh" food brand demonstrates, Kauai Food Bank Ohana is learning how to give its charitable activities an entrepreneurial edge. Dependency is giving way to capacity and partnerships as this organization ...
Market Failure, Peak Oil and Global Insecurity: Can social enterprise respond?
(BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA), 2008-04-10)
This presentation was made to a public event in Vancouver on April 10, 2008. It explored a range of global crises that pose severe economic, social and ecological challenges and suggested ways in which social enterprise ...
Social Enterprise Partnerships: Tools for Conviviality
Pat Conaty is a UK-based BALTA collaborator with the New Economics Foundation. His presentation to the 2008 BALTA symposium focused on financing and legal frameworks for the social enterprise sector, both generally and ...
Social Enterprise Practices in Britain and Europe
This presentation was given at a workshop in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, co-sponsored by the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA) and the Edmonton Community Foundation. It provided an overview of social ...
Beyond Co-Location: Clustering the Social Economy
This is the final report of BALTA research project D4 - Sustainable Infrastructure for the Social Economy: Cluster-Based Social Enterprise Models. Political and economic restructuring over the past 30 years has had a ...
BALTA Project C16 - Strength, Size, Scope: A Survey of Social Enterprises in Alberta and British Columbia
This report documents new research showing that social enterprises, businesses operated by non-profit organizations for the dual purpose of generating income and creating a social, environmental, and cultural value, are ...