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Relearning to be a Citizen

I am taking part in my first book club and we are reading John McKnight and Peter Block’s book, The Abundant Community, Awakening the Power of Families and Neighbourhoods. A few chapters in and I have gone from confusion to...

The Use of Homelessness Shelters by Indigenous Peoples in Canada

The Canadian Press recently gained access to results of analysis of the use of homeless shelters across Canada by Indigenous peoples. The results are summarized in a March 2019 slide presentation obtained by Jordan Press...

Where You Live Makes a Difference to Mental Health and Well-Being

The Mental Health and Well-being: Considerations for the Built Environment report offers evidence-based planning principles for health professionals and local governments and it explains how we can build neighbourhood...

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WEBINAR | Distilling Leadership: Practical Lessons for Community Leaders

In this webinar, Jay Robb and Liz Weaver discuss what business books, and their own experience, have to say about community and collaborative leadership.

WEBINAR | Collective Impact through the Lens of ABCD and RBA

What change is your community striving for? Are you using a Collective Impact approach to get there? If so, it’s likely that you already know the value of bringing residents and leaders together, the importance of...

WEBINAR | Social Patches: The Art of Reweaving our Relational Fabric

The pressures of life today and the tools designed to help us efficiently handle our complex world are taking us out of community. With less face-to-face time with each other, our overall well-being is declining and social...

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Cities Reducing Poverty

Cities Reducing Poverty is a network of 330 municipalities represented by 70+ regional partners working collaboratively to end poverty in their communities.  

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Cities Deepening Community

Cities Deepening Community is a network of 67 cities seeking to strengthen neighbourhoods and 25 cities developing community plans to grow citizen engagement, civic leadership and a sense of belonging. 

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