Structuring Your Social Enterprise
Structuring Your Social Enterprise is a time intensive process that requires familiarity with the incorporation options as well as solid grasp of the legal implications of one structure over another.
- Social Enterprise Legal Structure: Options and Prospects for a ‘Made in Canada’ Solution, SFU Centre for Sustainable Community Development, June 2011
- The Social Investment Manual: A guide for social entrepreneurs, Developed by the Social Investment Task Force, 2011 (NOT FINAL YET)
- Backgrounder re: social enterprise legal structures in Canada”, BC Centre for social enterprise, 2010.
- The Canadian Social Enterprise Guide, 2nd Edition, Chapter 7 (The Legal Context), by Enterprising Nonprofits
- More Reflections on Legal Structures for Community Enterprise, Richard Birdge: April 2010
- Legislative Innovations and Social Enterprise: Structural Lessons for Canada by Richard Bridge and Stacey Corriveau
- Legislative Innovations by William Chung, Mark Convery, Kerri Golden and Allyson Hewitt, MaRS Discovery District
- The Fine Print: Vital Information for Canadian Charities Operating Social Enterprises by Stacey Corriveau
- Canadian Registered Charities: Business Activities and Social Enterprise – Thinking Outside the Box by Terrance Carter and Theresa Man
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