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Michelle Strutzenberger

What can we do right now with or without leadership?
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If we agree the community economy holds great promise for Canada’s future, what else might be done to make it more real and visible?

Michelle Strutzenberger

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With news like that of the heightened risk of inflation and even more jobs on the line as Target announces its plans to pull out of the country, the sense that Canada’s economy is skating onto increasingly brittle ice can leave one feeling a need to do one or both of two things: fret or hunker down and work even more feverishly at what’s still left on one’s desk to get done.

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Owning Our Future
Alternative ownership models – specifically, employee ownership and community-based ownership – can be surer paths for enabling businesses to serve life, says author and new economy thought leader Marjorie Kelly.
To create a different outcome, we need a different ownership design

In her 20 years of publishing about socially-responsible business and investing, author and new economy thought leader Marjorie Kelly has seen too often how well-meaning business people seeking to “do good things” find the ownership design of the business working against their intentions. This is especially the case with publicly traded companies.

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