Community Innovation


The CSPC works to ensure that local non-profits, businesses and municipal governments have the evidence, resources, capacity, and tools necessary to be both innovative and effective.

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Our Initatives

Foodshare Network: An Organizational Evaluation

Shift to Prevention: Eviction Prevention Program Evaluation

The Metis and First Nations Women's Program as a Promising Practice

Strategic Metrics and Network Mapping for Regional Outcome Monitoring

Recovery Agenda for the Vulnerable (RAV)


Ready to Rent Homeless Prevention Tool (profiling food practices)

Society of St. Vincent de Paul Food Security Impact Study

Building capacity and supporting community

Our Partners

Community Innovation

Ready to Work Employer Assessment Tool

March 19, 2018

Just as youth need to have the skills to find, get and keep a job, employers need the right skills to attract, select and retain youth employees. In both cases, this starts with preparation and continues throughout the employment … Read more

Youth Pathways In & Out of Homelessness in the Capital Region

March 7, 2015

Summary Full Report

Enabling Access to Transportation-Usage Trends in BCTTAP

January 7, 2015

Full Report

BCTTAP Report to Victoria Regional Transit Commission

January 7, 2015

Full Report

Pathways to Success for Youth in BC’s Capital Region

September 12, 2014

The Power and Potential of Social Enterprise Full Report

Towards a Community Benefit Model of Procurement for Social Services 2013

September 12, 2013

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Report Resilient Neighbourhoods 2013

May 12, 2013

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Building Innovations in Community-Based Services for Children and their Families 2013

April 12, 2013

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Building from Faith 2013

March 12, 2013

Redeveloping Underutilized Church Land for Social Housing 2013 Download the Report

CAPP Action Forum Proceedings: Innovative Programs Supporting Youth with Barriers to Employment 2013

February 12, 2013

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