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Photo of Climate Change debate at CSI Annex with University-Rosedale MPP candidates Jessica Bell, Andrea Barrack, and Dianne Saxe. Tonya Surman hosting.
CSI hosted a hybrid virtual/in person debate at each of its locations ahead of the June 2 provincial election, and invited candidates from all four major political parties to participate.
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As we continue to live with COVID-19, employers must recognize that people bring their whole selves to work. Maria Vassiliou writes about how organizations are on the cusp of a grief crisis, and how their response can create an economy that is more equitable, sustainable, and prosperous for all.
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Young people are known for online activism and grassroots organizing. Will that translate to the polls? CSI Member Future Majority explains what’s at stake and how “house parties” could increase youth voter turnout. 
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We asked what our members are reading (and writing) to make an informed vote in the lead-up to the election. From housing to health to climate, here’s what some of them had to share.
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For our latest Next Economy Conversation, Kalen Taylor discusses how they are “building circular systems from the ground up,” integrating affordable housing, employee social enterprise, food systems, and social finance into their multi-pronged approach to building the Next Economy.
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It’s been an overwhelming year and a half, to say the least. That’s why, from July 19 to August 13, the CSI staff team is taking time to recharge and reflect before we reopen (when it’s safe to do so).
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To celebrate National Indigenous History Month, here are some of our favourite stories of Indigenous-led innovation from the last year, as well as a spotlight on a few of CSI’s Members and Alumni. 
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In the lead up to our Next Economy Conversation with Kalen Taylor on June 24, we’re explaining all things employment social enterprises so you can enter the conversation in the know. Building the Next Economy requires all of us. Here’s the breakdown before we build.