Social Innovation in Southern Georgian Bay: What is it and why now?
Nov. 23, 2019 the Institute of Southern Georgian Bay hosted an event as part of its collaborative Speaker Series. The Institute’s work focuses on harnessing the power of people and place in Southern Georgian Bay (Grey and Simcoe Counties) to grow social and economic prosperity and be the smartest, greenest, healthiest and most caring region in Ontario. Over 50 people gathered in the Simcoe Street Theatre in Collingwood to hear from leaders in a panel moderated by Gillian Fairley (Centre For Business and Economic Development), which highlighted the benefits and challenges of the growing movement of Social Innovation.
Arts and Culture Report
September 19, 2019. On a beautiful evening last September, over 60 people, from all walks of life, gathered in the Marsh Street Centre, Clarksburg, to learn more about and discuss the important impact Arts & Culture have on our lives. Arts & Culture: a significant driver for economic growth and creative and healthy regions was the topic for the launch of the Institute of Southern Georgian Bay’s www.tisgb.com 2019 Speaker Series. The Institute’s work focusses on harnessing the power of people and place in Southern Georgian Bay to be the smartest, greenest, healthiest, and most caring region in Ontario.