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As a funder, capacity-builder and convenor, the Re-Code project supports Canadian universities and colleges to build a more just and sustainable world.

A case for disruption.

This paper explores how post-secondary institutions are in an ideal position to improve social wellbeing using their financial, physical, relational, research, and education resources. Learn how schools are using this rich array of resources to build “social infrastructure” and to contribute positively to communities and society.

read our discussion paper

The national community of practice that we were introduced to, the support and advocacy from the Re-Code team over the years, and the friendships developed are priceless contributions to our New Brunswick ecosystem. We will be profoundly grateful for these as we continue on this journey together.

Karina LeBlanc
University of New Brunswick

We are officially the first Canadian Community College to become a changemaker campus! This COULD NOT have been achieved without the drive, innovative visioning, and funding provided to us from Re-Code.

Suzie Addison-Toor
Georgian College

It was an invitation to a conversation, and to an uncertain but potential-filled national project... Re-Code has fomented a community of practice that simply did not exist before.

James Stauch
Mount Royal University

Project Showcase

Explore the projects that Re-Code is assisting through its partnerships.

Re-Code Network

Explore the schools that have worked with Re-Code.

Memorial University of Newfoundland

Round 1 Recipient

Integrate a centre for social innovation and entrepreneurship, a graduate degree program and incubator, and the expansion of community service learning and partnerships.

École de technologie supérieure (ETS), Collège Dawson et Cégep André-Laurendeau

Round 1 Recipient

Help create a social innovation zone by integrating social impact activities in the existing entrepreneur ecosystem and promoting social entrepreneurship.

Carleton University

Round 1 Recipient

Leverage institutional experience for capacity building and development of new tools in social finance and regional economic development.

University of British Columbia

Round 1 Recipient

Expand e@UBC accelerator programs to directly support social ventures from idea stage to first revenues. Create seed investment support for new UBC-affiliated social and impact startups.

OCAD University

Round 1 Recipient

Expand the social enterprise incubation and acceleration entrepreneurship programs, create a social enterprise fund, and launch the Arts Trader and Design Advantage program.

University of Victoria, Camosun College, and Royal Roads University

Round 1 Recipient

Strengthen collaborative relationships and initiatives of post-secondary institutions, community, industry, and government that reinforce an enterprise approach to social innovation on Vancouver Island.

Ryerson University

Round 1 Recipient

Increase engagement in social innovation across faculties, support applied research and experiential learning, and strengthen knowledge mobilization.

University of Guelph

Round 1 Recipient

Act as a comprehensive research and incubation hub for prototypes and cutting edge innovations addressing food systems issues.

Cégep de Sherbrooke

Round 1 Recipient

Set up a non-profit organisation that offers various services to the community and enables Cégep students to develop entrepreneurial and managerial skills.

Queen’s University

Round 1 Recipient

Scaling up of existing activities, such as boot camps, courses, workshops and case writing, and the creation of a Social Impact Academy and a Social Impact Lab.