Social Economy Research Network of Northern Canada (SERNNoCA) as a network of university and college-based researchers and representatives of community-based organizations is conducting research relevant to the social economy in Canada’s North. While important for arriving at a regional understanding of how the social economy functions and the variety of social conditions it faces, the research also aims to survey the full diversity of social economy actors, systems, and practices extent in the North. In particular, the research is examining the nature and relationship of the social economy to the collectivist traditions of Northern indigenous societies.

This website highlights the nodal activities of the Northwest Territories branch of SERNNoCA. For more information on the overall efforts of the network, please visit the official project site.

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