The Happy Community Project News Coverage

The Happy Community Project is regularly covered by main stream press. We have been featured on CBC Radio, CTV, Chronicle Herald, Hants Journal, 97.5 FM Radio, Valley harvester and others

Happy Community Project comes to Stewiacke

Hubnow, March 10 2020

CTV Live at 5 6 April 2018

CTV News – On the Happy Community Project

Posted by Reshaping Our World on Friday, April 6, 2018

CBC Radio March 23, 2018

Can videos can make our communities stronger?

Kimberly Smith describes a fascinating process for using videos to increase social connectedness in communities.

Feeling the Love

Kimberley King of Limelight Communications and community volunteer shares the incredible journey of how the Halifax Hospice has gone from a struggling idea to a reality.

Who are the Heroes?

Peter Stoffard, 18 Member of Parliament for 18 years and social activist discusses who are the real heroes in our communities.

Where is the support to build a social enterprise.

Michelle Champiness of the Sackville Business Association discusses what is a social enterprise and how do you get the support to create one.

How Big is Micro Research

Dr William Webster shows us how a little bit of money can engage top talent from across the country to solve big problems.

Social Enterprise makes Communities Better

How do you make a self sustaining enterprise that makes your community better? Lauren Sears shares how Common Good Solutions guides entrepreneurs to success while they create an organization that solves social problems in their community.

Relationships in Communities

What role do relationships play in communities. Dave McTimoney has deep experience in working with communities and shares a practical model for high functioning communities.

Jannaya Jenson and Why We Need Libraries

Communities need a central meeting place to bring the community together. Jannaya shares how as churches and schools have become less important in this role, libraries have become the focal point for communities and play a much larger role than books.