After fighting unprecedented public policy and political battles resulting from COVID-19, the Canadian government has hit the reset button. We are quickly heading towards a Throne Speech, likely followed by a fall economic statement or a federal budget. Whatever the range of reasons behind prorogation, it has created an emerging opportunity for the social innovation and social finance strategy to be a key feature of our national effort to drive an inclusive recovery.
What could this mean for the social innovation and social finance strategy, including initiatives like the Social Finance Fund?
There has been significant momentum building on the social finance and social innovation agenda dr
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