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Canadian women entrepreneurs: Towards a diverse, inclusive and innovative ecosystem

This issue has been supported by the Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub (WEKH).
Contributors : Wendy Cukier, Suzanne Gagnon, Tania Saba, Ingrid C. Chadwick, Alexandra Dawson, Zohreh Hassannezhad, Shannon Pestun, Clare Beckton, Janice McDonald, Jaigris Hodson, Shandell Houlden, Chandell Gosse, Laura Lefevre, Gina Grandy, Christie Newton, Amber Fletcher, Ashley Richard, Samantha Morton, Nadine Spencer, Jodi-Ann Francis-Walker, Guang Ying Mo, Ruby Latif and Miriam Taylor.

Hope in a Time of Pandemic – Selected presentations from the Stories of Hope : A Celebration of Canada Conference

Contributors : Miriam Taylor, Mohammed Ahmed, Michelle Douglas, Ashley Manuel, The Hon. Steven Guilbeault, Can Nguyen, Jean Teillet, Ilona Dougherty, The Right Hon. Michaëlle Jean, The Hon. Jean Augustine, Rosemary Sadlier, Deborah Morrison, Charles Taylor, Major Samson Young, Sen. Wanda Thomas Elaine Bernard, Abhay & Sukhmeet Singh Sachal.

Mapping 1812 – A teaching guide by the Association for Canadian Studies

Contributors: J.I. Little, Donald Cuccioletta, Susan W. Hardwick, Barbara J. Messamore, Cecilia Morgan, Luc Lépine, Hector Mackenzie

MR-2 A Review of Future Trends in the Canadian Immigration and Settlement Sector

Within the scope of the ACS-Metropolis project “Envisioning the Future of the Immigrant Serving Sector” funded by the WES Mariam Assefa Fund, this review seeks to outline past and present trends which will impact future outcome scenarios for newcomers and the settlement sector. The critical trends analyzed include migration patterns and newcomer demographics, the housing crisis, technological advancements, capacity issues in the sector, IRCC funding and the use of alternative funding models, knowledge sharing in the sector, as well as labour market trends including employer discrimination and workers rights.

MR-2 Envisioning the Future of the Immigrant-Serving Sector Proposed Pilot Project Briefs

With support from the WES Mariam Assefa Fund, ACS-Metropolis Institute began leading a two-year national action research project entitled Envisioning the Future of the Immigrant-Serving Sector. In January 2021 ACS-Metropolis began conducting nationwide research to discover how to strengthen the sector so that can be more responsive, collaborative, innovative and sustainable. We identified actionable solutions by engaging service providers, newcomers, policymakers, employers and other settlement sector stakeholders through a mixed-method research approach.