Social Enterprise Canada

Social Enterprise Alberta

Social Enterprise Alberta

Studio C is an award-winning Community Art Centre in downtown Calgary - a studio and gallery open to the public. Studio C is also a project of Prospect - a non-profit organization that breaks barriers and employs change to build a productive Alberta workforce, one that is accessible, diverse and inclusive.

More Info...
Social Enterprise Manitoba

Social Enterprise Manitoba

Founded in 1969 by a group of Saint-Boniface entrepreneurs, this once three-day event, held in Winnipeg’s French Quarter, has evolved into a 10-day province-wide celebration of sights, sounds, snow and spirit. Dubbed “The World’s Largest Kitchen Party”, Festival du Voyageur celebrates the joie de vivre of the fur traders, who established the Red River Colony and the ever-growing French-Canadian community in Western Canada.

More Info...
Social Enterprise in BC

Social Enterprise in BC

The North Vancouver Outdoor school offers environment education programs to about 5,000 school children each year, plus about 4,500 adults.

 

More Info...
Social Enterprise Yukon

Social Enterprise Yukon

Raven Recycling receives another load of cardboard. Raven Recycling plans to purchase a machine to compact Styrofoam.  In 1989 Raven was started by a group of volunteers who wanted to see recycling happen in the Yukon. Thanks to those volunteers, Raven has been able to offer full recycling services to the Territory for over 20 years. Image Source: Yukon News

More Info...

Newsroom

  • B Corp offers another way for siloed sectors to meet

    Added on: July 30, 2014

    A year and a half ago, Common Good Solutions proudly became Atlantic Canadaís first registered B Corp and the only B Corp delivering the Enterprising Non-profits program in Canada. The real value the Nova Scotia-based company sees is more than the designation, however. Itís in the journey the evaluation process took the social business on to define its values.

    Read more...
  • Growing social enterprise courier puts a new spin on deliveries

    Added on: July 28, 2014

    A Toronto courier service that provides jobs to people who have a developmental disability is experimenting with a new, more flexible system for organizing how its work gets done.

    Read more...
  • Institute B stumbles upon a documentary: Not Business As Usual

    Added on: July 24, 2014

    When a team at Institute B set out to profile social entrepreneurs for curriculum development, they stumbled upon a story that needed to be told. They decided to turn the hours of footage they collected featuring people building a new form of capitalism that put people ahead of profits into a feature-length documentary.

    Read more...
Show all news