Group RESP Research

SEED Winnipeg interviewed parents and caregivers who use Registered Education Savings Plans (RESPs) to save for their children’s education.

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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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Resource Links

A comprehensive list of external resources in the areas of Community Economic Development, Cooperatives, Aboriginal Business, Business Financing, Saving Money, and more.

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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.

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