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15 Reasons (And Counting) Why Montreal is an Exemplary Sharing City

Montreal is the largest city in Quebec, the second-largest city in Canada and arguably the most cosmopolitan city in North America. The cooperative movement in Quebec dates back to the late 19th century, with the founding of North America’s oldest and most established credit union, the Caisse Desjardins. Since then, co-ops and social economy projects have entered every sphere of economic and cultural life in the city and the province. The rise of social networks and crowdfunding has vastly expanded the possibilities.

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American Made

How do you take a tragic story about deception, malfeasance, and betrayal at the highest levels of American government and turn it into a farcical comedy? Remarkably, that is precisely what has been achieved in the just released movie, American … Continue reading

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How will fintech change central banking?

Written by Positive Money on October 4, 2017. The Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, has given an interesting talk at the Bank of England conference on 29th Sep 2017. The focus of her talk was on how will fintech change central...

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Peer to Peer and the Commons: A matter, energy and thermodynamic perspective

Commons Transition presents this report in two volumes by Céline Piques and Xavier Rizos, with the support of P2P Foundation founder Michel Bauwens. The Commons movement is facing a challenge: to articulate the optimum rate at which a resource can be harvested or used without damaging its ability to replenish itself. The next economy will […]

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