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Re-Code seeks a diversity of perspectives and we collaborate with a wide array of post-secondary institutions across Canada

Map of Projects

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Cégep André-Laurendeau

L’École de l’innovation citoyenne (ÉIC) is an initiative of École de technologie supérieure (ETS), developed in partnership with Collège Dawson & Cégep André-Laurendeau. Together, they have created a Social Innovation zone and promoted social entrepreneurship by integrating social-impact activities into their schools’ existing entrepreneur ecosystem

Collège Dawson

L’École de l’innovation citoyenne (ÉIC) is an initiative of École de technologie supérieure (ETS), developed in partnership with Collège Dawson & Cégep André-Laurendeau. Together, they have created a Social Innovation zone and promoted social entrepreneurship by integrating social-impact activities into their schools’ existing entrepreneur ecosystem

Niagara College Canada

Empowering students to create systemic change in the Niagara Region. Providing experiential learning opportunities for student-led social innovation.

HEC Montréal

Create a social innovation zone that provides support services to current and future entrepreneurs, and to social businesses.

École de technologie supérieure (ETS)

L’École de l’innovation citoyenne (ÉIC) is an initiative of École de technologie supérieure (ETS), developed in partnership with Collège Dawson and Cégep André-Laurendeau. Together, they have created a Social Innovation zone and promoted social entrepreneurship by integrating social-impact activities into their schools’ existing entrepreneur ecosystem

Cégep de Sherbrooke

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

Trent University

With the help of Re-Code funding, developed a a unique entrepreneurship centre/ innovation zone at the Peterborough & Durham Region campuses. The concept is student centred, interdisciplinary and socially innovative, to address the pressing socio-economic needs of these regions

McMaster University

Developed a social innovation zone that boosts student and youth experiential learning through engagement with entrepreneurial ventures on campus and throughout the Hamilton area.

University of Manitoba

Established a social entrepreneurship incubator; a ‘mutual mentorship’ program for student social entrepreneurs; and a community service-learning program focused on social innovation.

Queen’s University

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.

OCAD University

OCADU used Re-Code funding to develop the “Impact Collective”: a three-part Lab/Exchange/Research Hub that supports the OCAD University community to direct their creative energies into making change and creating positive social impact.

Ryerson University

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

Georgian College

Increase capacity for experiential and multi‐disciplinary learning, the number of changemaker spaces to incubate and grow new social enterprises, and foster innovative social finance.

Vancouver Island University

VIU worked with Re-Code to host a pre-day to the 2018 Building Reconciliation Forum that focused on education pathways for Indigenous learners.
Since 2015, VIU has also been involved in a very successful project with McConnell that aims to encourage participation in the Canada Learning Bond among Aboriginal people in Canada.

University of Guelph

Re-Code Round 1 Funding helped catalyze the “Ideas Congress” course: a unique for-credit courses where students of all disciplines work on real-life projects with community partners to improve sustainability and food security.

University of British Columbia

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.

Carleton University

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

University of Victoria, Camosun College, and Royal Roads University

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

University of Victoria, Camosun College, and Royal Roads University

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

University of Victoria, Camosun College, and Royal Roads University

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

Pond-Deshpande Centre, University of New Brunswick

The University of New Brunswick’s Pond-Deshpande Centre (PDC) acts as a catalyst to advance innovation and entrepreneurship in New Brunswick and the region by facilitating collaboration among entrepreneurs, emerging and aspiring companies, students, faculty and alumni.

Memorial University of Newfoundland

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

Seneca College

Seneca College’s HELIX (Health Entrepreneurship & Lifestyle Innovation Xchange) invites youth to solve real world challenges with venture and design thinking. Through its various programs, HELIX supports social entrepreneurship in all sectors, with a focus on innovative health and lifestyle products and services.

Wilfrid Laurier University

Three years of Re-Code funding helped WLU to develop SIVC (Social Innovation Venture Creation): a multi-faceted program that aims to provide students co-curricular opportunities in social innovation.

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Wilfrid Laurier University

Three years of Re-Code funding helped WLU to develop SIVC (Social Innovation Venture Creation): a multi-faceted program that aims to provide students co-curricular opportunities in social innovation.

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Seneca College

Seneca College’s HELIX (Health Entrepreneurship & Lifestyle Innovation Xchange) invites youth to solve real world challenges with venture and design thinking. Through its various programs, HELIX supports social entrepreneurship in all sectors, with a focus on innovative health and lifestyle products and services.

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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.

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Pond-Deshpande Centre, University of New Brunswick

The University of New Brunswick’s Pond-Deshpande Centre (PDC) acts as a catalyst to advance innovation and entrepreneurship in New Brunswick and the region by facilitating collaboration among entrepreneurs, emerging and aspiring companies, students, faculty and alumni.

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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.

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Carleton University

Round 1 Recipient

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

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Université de Sherbrooke

Facilitates an “innovation ecosystem” that optimizes students’ potential and creates collaboration opportunities.

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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.

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University of Guelph

Round 1 Recipient

Re-Code Round 1 Funding helped catalyze the “Ideas Congress” course: a unique for-credit courses where students of all disciplines work on real-life projects with community partners to improve sustainability and food security.

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Vancouver Island University

VIU worked with Re-Code to host a pre-day to the 2018 Building Reconciliation Forum that focused on education pathways for Indigenous learners.
Since 2015, VIU has also been involved in a very successful project with McConnell that aims to encourage participation in the Canada Learning Bond among Aboriginal people in Canada.


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Georgian College

Round 1 Recipient

Increase capacity for experiential and multi‐disciplinary learning, the number of changemaker spaces to incubate and grow new social enterprises, and foster innovative social finance.

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Ryerson University

Round 1 Recipient

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

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OCAD University

Round 1 Recipient

OCADU used Re-Code funding to develop the “Impact Collective”: a three-part Lab/Exchange/Research Hub that supports the OCAD University community to direct their creative energies into making change and creating positive social impact.

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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.

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University of Manitoba

Established a social entrepreneurship incubator; a ‘mutual mentorship’ program for student social entrepreneurs; and a community service-learning program focused on social innovation.

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McMaster University

Developed a social innovation zone that boosts student and youth experiential learning through engagement with entrepreneurial ventures on campus and throughout the Hamilton area.

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Trent University

With the help of Re-Code funding, developed a a unique entrepreneurship centre/ innovation zone at the Peterborough & Durham Region campuses. The concept is student centred, interdisciplinary and socially innovative, to address the pressing socio-economic needs of these regions

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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.

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École de technologie supérieure (ETS)

Round 1 Recipient

L’École de l’innovation citoyenne (ÉIC) is an initiative of École de technologie supérieure (ETS), developed in partnership with Collège Dawson and Cégep André-Laurendeau. Together, they have created a Social Innovation zone and promoted social entrepreneurship by integrating social-impact activities into their schools’ existing entrepreneur ecosystem

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HEC Montréal

Round 1 Recipient

Create a social innovation zone that provides support services to current and future entrepreneurs, and to social businesses.

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Niagara College Canada

Empowering students to create systemic change in the Niagara Region. Providing experiential learning opportunities for student-led social innovation.

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Collège Dawson

L’École de l’innovation citoyenne (ÉIC) is an initiative of École de technologie supérieure (ETS), developed in partnership with Collège Dawson & Cégep André-Laurendeau. Together, they have created a Social Innovation zone and promoted social entrepreneurship by integrating social-impact activities into their schools’ existing entrepreneur ecosystem

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Cégep André-Laurendeau

L’École de l’innovation citoyenne (ÉIC) is an initiative of École de technologie supérieure (ETS), developed in partnership with Collège Dawson & Cégep André-Laurendeau. Together, they have created a Social Innovation zone and promoted social entrepreneurship by integrating social-impact activities into their schools’ existing entrepreneur ecosystem

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