10 visionary leaders on the state of social impact in (post-pandemic) 2030

COVID-19 threw a wrench into the social impact sector’s grand plans for 2030, but that isn’t stopping leaders from dreaming big.

Why It Matters

The last nine months have seen Canada’s social impact sector go into survival mode. But survival alone is not sustainable. Huge challenges await Canada in the post-pandemic world, and vision, courage, and resourcefulness are required to remain relevant after the virus is defeated.

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