Relationships between individuals, businesses and communities are changing. Disruptions and socio-economic shifts are impacting Saskatchewan’s urban, rural and remote communities. Exploring new opportunities to broaden inclusive economic participation and prosperity is needed at this time.
Social enterprises have potential to fulfill a role within all areas of community.
- They can replace or augment services typically offered by a local municipality or nation.
- Operating as a business, these enterprises can sell products or services and allocate all profits back into operations to generate further impacts.
- As a means of increasing self-reliance, a growing number of non-profit and charitable organizations are diversifying their operations to generate revenue while fulfilling their core mandate to society.
By encouraging inclusive approaches and strategies, we will strengthen and grow communities in Saskatchewan.
With respect and gratitude, we serve Treaty 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10 territories, the ancestral lands of the Cree, Saulteaux, Dene, Dakota, Lakota and Nakoda peoples, and the traditional homeland of the Métis.