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CBRC Webinar: Social Innovation in Northern, Rural, and Indigenous Communities

Date

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Time

12:00 PM America/Toronto

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Webinar Description:

In this webinar, Jude Oritz and Gayle Broad from the NORDIK Institute will discuss why community-driven research is more likely to lead to social transformation. The NORDIK Institute, affiliated with Algoma University, is a community-based research organization in Northern Ontario. One of their projects that will serve as a case example for this webinar, is the Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship (SEE) project. This project seeks to address Northern Ontario’s social and economic challenges by encouraging a movement of social enterprise and entrepreneurship that stresses community resilience, innovation, support and mobilization.