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NEW SOCIETY BLOG — Business Economics
Join Carol Anne Hilton as she discusses Indigenomics: Taking a Seat at the Economic Table with host Sheila North
New Society Publishers & McNally Robinson Booksellers are pleased to present Carol Anne Hilton discussing her new book Indigenomics: Taking a Seat at the Economic Table with host Sheila North. Join us on Friday May 7th online via Zoom (registration required) and YouTube to watch the event.
In her book, Indigenomics, Carol Anne Hilton lays out the tenets of the emerging Indigenous economy. What does that mean for the current powers in place and the Canadian economy? Today, we take an excerpt from Indigenomics where Carol Anne Hilton addresses what the collective response to this emerging economy means for Canada.
In her book, Indigenomics, Carol Anne Hilton lays out the tenets of the emerging Indigenous economy. It is an economy built around relationships, multigenerational stewardship of resources, and care for all. Today, we take an excerpt from Indigenomics where Carol Anne Hilton introduces the Indigenous Economy by outlining its fundamental characteristics.
Did you bake and give away cookie gifts this past holiday season with your friends and family saying “these are so yummy, you should sell them”? Do you have this secret dream of running your own food business from home? In today's blog Lisa Kivirist, co-author of Homemade for Sale gives 5 Steps to Launch A Food Business out of your Home Kitchen.
Jon Steinman's opinion piece on the sale MEC: Sustaining, developing Canada’s co-operative economy is path toward certainty, resilience and new vision of what’s possible.
Tags: Business Economics
This blog excerpts James S. Gruber's book Building Community: Twelve Principles for a Healthy Future.