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CSEHub Emerging Leader Scholarship Winner also Wins Emerging Writers Award

Smithers, B.C., poet wins emerging writers award
Thursday, April 2, 2009 | 10:42 AM ET
CBC News

Emily McGiffin, a 28-year-old writer from Smithers, B.C., has won the Bronwen Wallace Award for Emerging Writers. The $5,000 award, given to an unpublished writer under age 35 for a sample of poetry, was presented Wednesday evening in Toronto.

Careers in the Social Economy

The Social Economy Centre at OISE/University of Toronto has created an informative 2-page document about jobs in the Social Economy. Check it out here!

Telelearning Session 17: Municipal Government Supports for the Social Economy


For the podcast of the complete session, please click here. (Mp3 file, 29.4 MB, 1 hour, 4 mins)

Friday, January 15th 2010, 9:00 am Pacific Time (12:00 pm Eastern time)

  1. What role does the municipal government play in the social economy sector?
  2. What are the best practices in municipal support of the social economy sector?

Poverty Reduction Thematic Newsletter

The CSEHub has produced a new thematic newsletter on poverty reduction. Please click here to read about Canadian initiatives, projects and resources.

2010 National Summit on a People-Centred Economy

May 30 - June 1, 2010
Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario
Sun, 05/30/2010

The Art of Collaboration: Reflections from the Manitoba 2009 CED/CD Gathering

 To read this personal review by Knowledge Mobilization Specialist Rachelle McElroy, please click here.

November 17, 2009: CSERP Board member wins prestigious award

Carleton Professor Awarded Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship

Carleton University Professor Ted Jackson has been awarded the Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship, one of 11 Ontarians receiving the prestigious honour this year.  He is also one of a very few academics ever to receive this award since its inception in 1973.

To read more, please click here.