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From Beneficial Wine Labels to Stuff-Sharing Enterprises

 - Jan 8, 2013
This top list of Toronto-based social businesses are doing things a little differently, especially for the city in which the hybrid model isn't quite on the tip of everyone's tongue. I'm not quite sure what exactly Toronto is "known" for (in the multiverse sense of tourism, travel and icons) but most likely, for cuisine and multicultural, and multicultural cuisine, whatever that means these days. One thing is for sure: social entrepreneurship isn't that thing that comes to mind when you think of Toronto.

Place isn't everything, but when it comes to the tight-knit and ever growing social entrepreneurship community, space and place is often essential to creating a business model that is sustainable. You've got to have the right people, the right network and the right feeling in the air.