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Announcing the 2021/22 CBYF Community Innovation Fund Recipients

Posted by Nathalie Blanchet on January 12, 2022

Tamarack Institute is proud to announce the recipients of our 2021–22 Communities Building Youth Futures Community Innovation Fund. See below for a full list of funding recipients, including project descriptions.

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Tools for 2022: Tamarack’s Top 10 Resources published in 2021

Posted by Liz Weaver on January 5, 2022

Tamarack Institute is recognized for the original content that team members and colleagues contribute to advancing the practice of community transformation and impact. Articles, tools, thought pieces and case studies are regularly accessed, cited and downloaded by Tamarack learners, scholars and practitioners.

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Ottawa's and British Columbia's Changes to Sick Leave Are Positive Steps for Workers

Posted by Justin Williams on January 4, 2022

The Government of Canada and the Government of British Columbia are taking important steps to guarantee paid sick leave for workers.

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Launching a Year of Learning in 2022

Posted by Liz Weaver on December 21, 2021

Annually, the Tamarack Learning Centre takes the time to pause, reflect and plan forward. We had a very full 2021 delivering workshops, hosting webinars, building online learning courses, and developing papers, tools, case studies and other resources.

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Communities Building Youth Futures wishes you Happy Holidays!

Posted by Vibrant Communities on December 16, 2021

As we take the time to reflect on 2021 for Communities Building Youth Futures (CBYF), we also want to take the chance to highlight and celebrate the work that the CBYF communities have accomplished since becoming part of the network in June 2020.

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Looking forward with hope: Community-building in 2022

Posted by Vibrant Communities on December 15, 2021

It has been 18 months since we first started “social distancing” and shutting down some of the most vital components of what is at the heart of community, such as parks, trails, cafes, community centres, events and social gatherings.

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