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Grape growers' cooperative a surplus solution

Okanagan grape growers will soon see the concept of cause and effect play out in their vineyards. And when they do, this valley will keep company with other international wine regions experiencing the same consequences of over-planting: a surplus of grapes they can’t sell due to various factors, including market glut and economic uncertainty.
Like a locomotive’s light in a tunnel, the situation has been steadily approaching, growing closer and larger with every vineyard planted and harvested.

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The Women's Program at Status of Women Canada: Blueprint Projects Initiative

The Women's Program at Status of Women Canada has just launched a new
initiative called Blueprint Projects.
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Victoria Community Health Co-op - Practitioner posting

Join an innovative integrative primary health co-op!

Live and work in beautiful Victoria on Vancouver Island.  Enjoy our island paradise with its mild climate, incomparable scenery and wildlife, and clean fresh air.  Imagine easy access to sailing, skiing, world class museums and the arts. 

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International Forum on the Social and Solidarity Economy 2011

We would like to inform you that the 2011 INTERNATIONAL FORUM ON THE SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY will take place from the 17TH TO 20TH OCTOBER 2011 at the Palais des Congrès in MONTREAL, Quebec (Canada). The central theme of this international meeting will be the need for a dialogue between government and civil society in order to develop public policies for the social economy.

 

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2011 BC CED Event - Building Leadership to Create Change

The Canadian CED Network, together with their members in BC are hosting a gathering for everyone interested in organizing for change in their communities.

The event will launch with guided visits to projects and initiatives in Vancouver that demonstrate successful applications of community economic development followed by a full day of workshops and dialogue.

Join us for two days of networking, sharing, learning and celebrating and walk away with a refined committment to building healthy and vibrant futures for all communities in BC.

 

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