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Exploring Community Wealth Building Through Social Procurement in Ontario — Final Report

Jul 20th, 2021

Throughout Ontario, social procurement is contributing towards the creation of inclusive, vibrant and healthy communities.

This report recaps a five-part knowledge series that examined the Ontario social procurement ecosystem – social enterprises as suppliers, social value purchasers and the construction sector generating demand, and how community is re-defining wealth and driving social value outcomes. 

Open the Final Report PDF

This series was created by Buy Social Canada in partnership with the Ontario Non-profit Network, Canadian CED Network, Ontario Trillium Foundation and AnchorTO

If you have any questions or feedback please contact maham@buysocialcanada.com.

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