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After working as a journalist for years, often covering stories about marginalized communities, something shifted for Temo Primrose Gare when news of George Floyd’s murder broke. A year later, the WOSEN alum's debut television show, “Our Stories," is determined to tell peoples' stories beyond the scope of a tragic news cycle or trending topic.
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This week in CSI Network News: How Purpose Construction is building inclusion from the ground up. Plus: After 16 months, it's time for a breather 
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For our latest Next Economy Conversation, Kalen Taylor discusses how they are “building circular systems from the ground up,” integrating affordable housing, employee social enterprise, food systems, and social finance into their multi-pronged approach to building the Next Economy.
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After working as a journalist for years, often covering stories about marginalized communities, something shifted for Temo Primrose Gare when news of George Floyd’s murder broke. A year later, the WOSEN alum's debut television show, “Our Stories," is determined to tell peoples' stories beyond the scope of a tragic news cycle or trending topic.
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This week in CSI Network News: The CSI team is taking time to breathe. Plus: How to make the career of your dreams a reality
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It’s been an overwhelming year and a half, to say the least. That’s why, from July 19 to August 13, the CSI staff team is taking time to recharge and reflect before we reopen (when it’s safe to do so).
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As many of us encounter more and more of the familiar trappings of our pre-pandemic lives, old lifestyle habits, values, and goals may not make sense anymore. Much of this shift is happening at our workplaces. That's where Challenge Factory comes in.
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This week in CSI Network News: Pitch Better publishes the first national market study of Black women founders in Canada. Plus: Climate Ventures making big waves
Earth Tech Pitch Night
On June 30, supporters from across Canada and beyond tuned in to watch 16 climate ventures from our Earth Tech accelerator pitch live for $10,000.
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Inwit is set to launch after being ranked one of the top 15 global solutions in the international Circular Innovation City Challenge. Find out how Adrianna Couto and Erika Reyes made it happen.
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