Community Economic Development In B.C.

1987, 27:00 minutes, colour


This tape documents aspects of two separate Community Economic Development projects. In interviews with two representatives from Press Gang, we learn about the original goals, history, operation and experiences of this feminist publishing cooperative. Similarly, through interviews with representatives of the Nanaimo Community Employment Advisory Society and three projects it has aided, the tape shows the importance of starting small, having community support, and tailoring economic development projects to fit into a community.

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