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Join Tamarack Thought Leader Al Etmanski on Thursday March 5, 2015 for a pre-launch webinar and first public discussion on concepts emerging from his soon to be released book, Impact: Six Patterns to Scale Your Social Innovation.
A one-day gathering to connect, learn, and grow the living wage movement across Canada
Join us in Ottawa for this unprecedented gathering that will bring together senior leaders from across the country and beyond to align their efforts and merge their passion for poverty reduction and motivate collective action leading to poverty reduction for 1 million Canadians.
Join us in Hamilton from June 8th – 10th, 2015 at our dynamic, interactive national gathering as we think and act together and advance the discipline of neighbourhood-building that is at the centre of a desired shift in our collective thinking.
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To support the internal mapping exercise, a Poverty Reduction Strategy Matrix was developed. The matrix organizes programs and services according to 4 strategies for poverty reduction, which are consistent with the 4 core principles contained in Ontario‟s Poverty Reduction Strategy. These include i) Kid‟s First, ii) Strategies for individuals/Families (Kid's Live in Families), iii) Community, and iv) Unleashing Potential. The collected data further conforms to the core components of a program logic model, thereby capturing activity outputs (program description and intended results),...
The Réseau québécois de revitalisation intégrée (RQRI) was established in 2008 by the two Quebec Vibrant Communities sites – Démarche des premiers quartiers de Trois-Rivières and Vivre Saint-Michel en Santé, in Montreal. It currently has 19 member organizations throughout Quebec.
This profile highlights poverty reduction strategies, organizations, collaboratives and publications from the province of British Columbia.
As a collaborative group, Vibrant Abbotsford works with a variety of partners, including all levels of government, social and voluntary organizations, faith-based organizations, local businesses, funders, and the people of Abbotsford