In May 2017, the Centre for Social Impact (CSI) of Smith School of Business brought together a diverse group of social entrepreneurs, philanthropic leaders, economic development experts, researchers, and others

Investing for social good
How one Canadian foundation is going all in on impact investing
The era of responsible investment and impact investment has arrived. What investors need to know to thrive in these new markets
From the streets of India to rural Ontario, frugal IT innovation ecosystems parlay resource-light technologies into affordable and sustainable offerings
Al Etmanski
It’s not enough to bring your social enterprise to the mountaintop, says a veteran change maker. You have to work with existing cultural habits and put your ego to the side
As impact investment surges, social finance practitioners learn that money, conventional metrics, and good intentions go only so far
As impact investing comes of age in Canada, policymakers struggle to keep up

There is a persistent and well-documented education gap between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal youth in Canada.

We want to feel warm and fuzzy about do-gooder start-ups. But what impact do they really have? And what unintended consequences do they trigger?

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