Group RESP Research
SEED Winnipeg interviewed parents and caregivers who use Registered Education Savings Plans (RESPs) to save for their children’s education.
Research and Reports
SEED develops pilot programs and continues its research related to improving or expanding presently offered services and/or related to issues affecting community economic development for marginalized populations and neighbourhoods.
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A comprehensive list of external resources in the areas of Community Economic Development, Cooperatives, Aboriginal Business, Business Financing, Saving Money, and more.
Buy Social Canada
Why we exist
Buy Social Canada helps support building community capital – healthy communities rich in human, social, cultural, physical and economic capital. They are redefining how goods and services are bought and sold.