Now is the time to take action and find new ways of doing things, to strengthen Indigenous communities in Canada who are creating a better, more prosperous future.
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Thriving communities are a pillar for creating shared prosperity for all.
You can find out more about what people from across Canada are doing to create thriving, prosperous communities at EconoUs2017, a national multi-day conference taking place in Calgary in mid-September.
By moving from an economy for me, to an economy for all.
Microlending. Local investing. Social finance. Food security. These are some of the tools that are being used by leaders in communities across the country to create an economy that emphasizes shared prosperity for all Canadians. These are just a few of the topics that will be front and centre at EconoUs2017, a national conference in
Key messages from Alberta Ecotrust Foundation’s Environmental Gathering: Breaking Through
When it comes to finding solutions to the world’s most pressing environmental problems, people need to talk with each other more, find common ground, and support each other in making positive change. People need to work together – and everyone needs to be involved.
Those were some of the key messages at the Alberta Ecotrust Foundation’s second annual Environmental Gathering: Breaking Through, which took place last month.
With Mark Lakeman and Friends
Anyone can act to change the world for the better, using the tools, skills, education and resources they have right now.
“It’s about people making new choices,” says architect and ‘placemaker’ Mark Lakeman, a leader in the development of sustainable public places in the U.S. and Canada. “Community building is a consciousness project. Consciousness can actually shift to a place with such joy that it really is irrepressible.”