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Policy Development

Toronto Neighbourhood Centres

Eco-Ethonomics Inc. has been engaged by Toronto Neighbourhood Centres, in collaboration with Social Enterprise Toronto and the Toronto Drop-in Network, to look at “enabling the growth and development of social enterprise through public policy” at the Provincial and Municipal level.  The project includes conducting a thorough stakeholder consultation process with at least 35 key informant interviews.   The non-profit sector is emerging as a strong force, becoming more entrepreneurial and effectively mixing …Read More

Oxford County Food Security Policy

Eco-Ethonomics and a team of associates worked with the eight municipalities in Oxford County to develop food security policy.  The process for this community development work included over 30 key informant interviews, 8 town hall meetings and a presentation to Oxford County’s Council.  The development process empowered each community to determine their own initiatives, policies and actions.  Citizens, community groups and leaders, local food producers, businesses, local government officials were …Read More