Six Stories of Social Innovation in Quebec


Foundation: McConnell Foundation

credit: Go Kakaako

In the final installment of The Philanthropist's series about social innovation, it features six stories about organizations that have developed new models in the social innovation sector in Quebec.

The six organizations include the following: Maison de l'innovation sociale (MIS), Fillactive, and La Cantine pour tous.

For real estate, they include: Le Monastere des Augustines, Maison Mere, and Batiment 7. The social real estate developments are a growing trend throughout Canada. Quebec is home to several organizations that, each in their own way, are developing innovative projects.

The series is published as a collaboration between The Philanthropist and McConnell Foundation. Read the Entire Article


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