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CSI Spadina third floor lounge with a rainbow flag hanging from the ceiling.
As the CSI community celebrates Pride, we’re spotlighting some of our current and past members doing important work for the LGBTQ2S+ community. These members are challenging biases in the workplace, uplifting stories from community members, providing educational resources, and much more.
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We’re excited to honour and recognize the First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples as we celebrate National Indigenous History month in Canada. We’re building on the Indigenous-led innovators that we highlighted last year, spotlighting CSI members and alumni whose work centres and celebrates Indigenous communities, and supports reconciliation.
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From creating circular fashion designs to increasing representation in data science, these entrepreneurs are changing the world – and raising the capital to do it.
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Agent of Change Emma Tamlin advocates for increased food production in municipal policy, city planning, and supports property owners to integrate food accessibility in their projects through her organization, Raised Roots.
Printer, paper cutter, single desks in front of a window, plants, and microwave in the fourth floor lounge in CSI Spadina.
In January 2021, the ONN released an introduction to shared platforms, and why shared platforms are a critical tool for pandemic recovery.
Person in a peach-coloured blouse sitting at a wooden desk using a black calculator. The desk is covered with notebooks and printouts with calculations.
Agent of Change Maheshi Wanasundara is building a social enterprise that supports small business owners in Sri Lanka as they scale to global markets.
Chalkboard welcoming CSI members home as they move into 192 Spadina. Photo credit: Sara Elisabeth Photography.
Maayan was part of our 2016 Agents of Change: Community Health accelerator with her Access Now app. Using crowdsourced information, the app connects people with ratings, insight and information on the accessibility features and status of businesses and experiences in over 30 countries. In addition to being a social entrepreneur, Maayan is also an advocate and activist.
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Canada has great schools. Students from Canada and from all around the world choose to further their education by studying at Canadian universities and colleges. But how do you select the best school for you? How can you be sure which school is the right choice for you? Will your school live up to your expectations?