“I don’t believe in the word ‘recovery’”: What you missed at Future of Good’s women’s economic resilience summit

Why It Matters

As Canada’s social impact world reflects on how the pandemic has slowed economic progress and gender equity, the conversation shouldn’t only be about recovering –– but reimaging a world where women and gender expansive people can thrive.

Eight social purpose sector leaders on what Doug Ford should do right now for Ontarians

Why It Matters

Doug Ford made a number of promises to the province’s people leading up to his re-election that could help Ontarians recover quickly from the health, social, and financial crisis we’re still in — or set them back even further, say eight experts.

What’s missing from the Ontario election platforms? 14 Northern and rural-based community leaders weigh in.

Why It Matters

The social issues that the political parties promise to address may not be meeting the needs of all Ontarians. As each party releases their platform, communities from all over the province will see who deserves their vote.

Unconditionally safe: how the drug using community helps each other when healthcare services fail

Why It Matters

From 2016 to 2021, Canada saw around 26,690 apparent opioid toxicity deaths. Without recognizing the power of peer support and non-judgement, many social service and community intervention organizations may be relying on outdated and colonial methods of doing their life-saving work.