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Social Enterprises: a progressive approach to solve Canada’s unemployment and underemployment issues

Description: In this webinar, you will hear from our panel of social enterprise experts who will contribute their unique perspectives and experiences working in this sector.

Through the panel discussion, participants will gain a better understanding of:

  • social enterprises as an effective approach to assist people with mental illness in finding and maintaining meaningful employment; and
  • key supports and accommodations available to social enterprises and social entrepreneurs

Guest Speakers:

  • Ethel Côté, Social Enterprise Institute, CCC Ltd.
  • Chantal Lessard, Director of Administration, Groupe Convex
  • François Vermette, Director of Operations and Development, Chantier de l’économie sociale

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