Canadian social enterprises generated $4.1 billion in 2022: report

Eighty-five per cent of social enterprises provide staff with “wraparound” supports

Why It Matters

Social enterprises often champion inclusion, community, climate and skills development over profits, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t businesses. More awareness of this model could improve market access and increase the availability of financial capital.

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