The housing system is in crisis, and social innovation can help. Here’s how SI Canada has been working with a wide range of partners to catalyze real change so that more Canadians can access safe and affordable housing.
This week, I joined a circle with over 1000 people to honour the 215 Indigenous children found on the grounds of the Kamloops (Tk’emlups) Residential School. It was the fourth and final gathering being hosted by Reconciliation Canada, the theme was “Moving Forward Together.”
We’re excited to share back with this community one of the Ontario collaborations that are initiating an inclusive and just economic recovery. It has been inspiring to see how sharing good ideas and practices in small groups over a dedicated period of time can spur new thinking and initiate change across our systems.