Professor Leo Wong PhD is Founding Director at MacEwan University’s Social Innovation Institute. In January Impact talked with Leo about the institute, its mandate, programs and activities. In this interview Professor Wong discusses local initiatives to create a more innovative climate for social development, including the use of B Corp certification for businesses. B Corps pursue and measure social Benefits in addition to profits.
Candy Khan (Canden Consulting) is an award-winning educator, equity, diversity and inclusion specialist, career development and change management practitioner. She has planned programs for adult learners in post-secondary institutions, for profit, non-profit, corporations and public funded institutions.
Candy has facilitated courses on career development, unconscious bias, recruitment, anti-harassment, and intercultural competency. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Master of Education in Theoretical, Cultural and International studies from University of Alberta. Candy also has certificates in Human Resources, Change Management, Workplace Investigations, Gender Based Policy Analysis, Leadership Effectiveness, Intercultural Development, and Human Rights.
“I joined the Wayfinders Business Cooperative because I do not want to go back to ‘normal’ post Covid-19. I share the vision, mission and values of the cooperative!“
The Commons Edmonton Podcast:
On Civil Society and Democracy
Host Rod Olstad and guests explore the “Third Sector”: the Voluntary and not-for-profit/Non-Governmental sectors of the Canadian Economy from a local perspective. How are Edmontonians and others “picking up the slack”; taking on the tasks and needs that are left unfulfilled by the corporate and public sectors? How are these efforts reflected in our democracy and the media?
Albertans happen to donate more money to charities and NGOs than any other Canadian province.
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Attached is a summary of all the Covid-19 Assistance programs for both businesses and individuals announced by the governments so far.
As you know, government programs are changing quickly. The intent of this summary is to provide you with the most current information. The latest updates are going to be made to this document on an on-going basis and it will be available on our COVID-19 Resource Centre on RSM Website.
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RSM can help you stay informed with the latest insights, ideas and countermeasures to minimize the negative effects related to COVID-19, as well as prepare for future emergency events at our COVID-19 Resource Centre.
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