SocialeconomyisatworkthroughoutQuébec

How wonderful is the social economy! It reflects the people who are actively a part of it. It can be seen at work everywhere and in many areas. In Québec, each region has many social economy enterprises that make a difference in their communities. And with the regional social economy pôles available to bring them together, give them the tools they need and promote their work, they are evolving, growing and taking an increasingly prominent place across Québec.

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Pôle des entreprises d'économie sociale du Bas Saint-Laurent

+300

social economy enterprises in the Bas-Saint-Laurent region

CESIM devient à Conseil d’économie sociale de Montréal (CESIM)

$11.7 billion

generated in the social economy in the Montreal area

Essor 02 (Pôle d’économie sociale du Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean)

+660

social economy enterprises in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region

Espace entrepreneuriat collectif (Pôle d’économie sociale Abitibi-Témiscamingue)

$422 million

generated in the social economy in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region

Pôle d’économie sociale de la Vallée-du-Haut-Saint-Laurent

+1/2

social economy enterprises work in recreation and tourism, health and living conditions, education, training and child care, and arts, culture and media

Pôle de l'économie sociale de l'agglomération de Longueuil

40%

social economy enterprises plan to open new positions to support their growth, in the Longueuil region

Pôle d’économie sociale Mauricie

+1/3

social economy enterprises have turned 30 years old in the Mauricie region

Pôle Cri

$295 million

income generated in the Nord-du-Québec region

Pôle d’entrepreneuriat collectif de l'Estrie

105

new social economy enterprises born in the last 10 years in the Estrie region

Pôle d’économie sociale de la Côte-Nord

70%

of people working in the social economy in the Côte-Nord region are women

Pôle d’économie sociale Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine

1/3

social economy workers in the Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine region are 35 years old and under

Pôle d’entrepreneuriat collectif de l'Est de la Montérégie

22 840

people work in the social economy in the Montérégie region

Pôle des entreprises d’économie sociale de la Capitale-Nationale

22 840

people work in the social economy, from Charlevoix to Portneuf. Nearly half of them are aged 35 and under

Pôle jamésien d’économie sociale

300

social economy enterprises in the Nord-du-Québec region

Pôle Nunavik

1/2

social economy workers in the Nord-du-Québec region are full time

Pôle régional d’économie sociale de l'Outaouais

380

social economy enterprises, including 290 NPOs and 90 cooperatives in the Outaouais region

Pôle régional d’économie sociale de Laval

548 M$

income generated by social economy enterprises in the Laval region, 82% of which is sales revenues

Pôle régional d’économie sociale des Laurentides

+3/4

people in the social economy are women, in the Laurentides region

First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Economic Development Commission

131

social economy enterprises from eight nations of First Nations are spread across Québec

Table régionale d’économie sociale Chaudières-Appalaches (TRESCA)

15,2 G$

are generated by social economy enterprises in Chaudière-Appalaches. The highest in Québec!

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