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Reflections from the 2022 Cohort: The Salt Spring Island Climate Transitions Cohort Group

Posted by The Salt Spring Climate Transitions Cohort Group on November 29, 2022

This blog post is part of a series written by participants in the Tamarack Institute’s 2022 Community Climate Transitions Cohort, a 10-month learning journey in which multisector teams from 19 communities across Canada explored a collective impact approach to climate transition.

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Reflections from the 2022 Cohort: The Kelowna Climate Transitions Cohort Group

Posted by The ## Climate Transitions Cohort Group on November 28, 2022

This blog post is part of a series written by participants in the Tamarack Institute’s 2022 Community Climate Transitions Cohort, a 10-month learning journey in which multisector teams from 19 communities across Canada explored a collective impact approach to climate transition.

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Reflections from the 2022 Cohort: The Canmore Climate Transitions Cohort Group

Posted by The Canmore Climate Transitions Cohort Group on November 28, 2022

This blog post is part of a series written by participants in the Tamarack Institute’s 2022 Community Climate Transitions Cohort, a 10-month learning journey in which multisector teams from 19 communities across Canada explored a collective impact approach to climate transition.

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Poverty reduction and the social determinants of health in Alberni-Clayoquot

Posted by Alberni Clayoquot Health Network on October 5, 2022

Alberni Clayoquot Health Network is a community-driven mechanism that speaks with a collective voice on regional and local health issues; builds partnerships and capacity; shares concerns, ideas and resources; and creates innovative solutions that impact the social determinants of health and support sustainable healthy communities.

 

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Nelson at its Best drives successful poverty reduction strategy implementation

Posted by Jill Zacharias on September 29, 2022

Following the launch of their poverty reduction strategy in 2021, Nelson at its Best (NAIB) is leading successful implementation through targeted collaboration with community partners.

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City of Vancouver embeds equity and anti-racism into its poverty-reduction plan

Posted by City of Vancouver on August 30, 2022

The City of Vancouver is defined by its natural surroundings, strong economy and diverse population. They envision a city where those who are marginalized most are neither excluded from care, nor an opportunity for flourishing. Rather, they are systemically prioritized for it.

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