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George Brown College Social Innovation Design Jam

George Brown College Social Innovation Design Jam

  Social Innovation Design Jam REGISTER HERE A collaboration between George Brown College School of Social and Community Services, United Churches Project Edge and startGBC A Design Jam event for 120 invited students to work with over 20 mentors on finding innovative social innovation solutions to real-life challenges in 3 key areas of our community […]

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startGBC Social Innovation Lunch & Learn

startGBC Social Innovation Lunch & Learn

Register today as space is limited. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO REGISTER How can you turn your personal social experiences into something meaningful?  Can you still make a good living running a social innovation/enterprise?  How do you go about establishing one?  What resources are in the community to help support you? In collaboration with the Centre […]

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New How to Run Your Own Business Program!

New How to Run Your Own Business Program!

Register Here How to Run Your Own Business Program Print The How To Run Your Business Program is focused on helping clients develop their business ideas and growth plans – so whether you’re starting out, looking to refine your operations, or plan for expansion, the How To Run Your Business Program has the tools you […]

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Social Innovation Hub 2018 Showcase

Social Innovation Hub 2018 Showcase

Dear Social Innovation Hub Supporters, Come out and support our amazing 20 2018 Hubsters!   You are cordially invited to attend the Social Innovation Hub Showcase on Wednesday 11 April in Room 410 A at 200 King St East from 9:30 am – 12 pm.  Hubsters will be showcasing their exciting work and ambition to make a […]

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Active Citizens Social Enterprise

Active Citizens Social Enterprise

In celebration of Canada’s sesquicentennial, the United Nations Association in Canada in partnership with the British Council Canada is proud to launch Active Citizens Social Enterprise (ACSE) in communities across the country. ACSE is a social leadership training programme that provides opportunity to young Canadians from diverse backgrounds, between 18-35 years of age, to learn […]

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