Did you know that your old car’s worn-out timing belt can still be made into something useful? Have you ever thought of choosing reclaimed wood for your home or office furniture? Looking for bike gear to help you cycle from point A to point B?
Groundswell's makers got you covered. Read More
Read Vancouver Courier's feature on our community based, people first approach to business; our way of working towards a collaborative economy.
Writer John Kurucz so beautifully describes it: "Folks at the Groundswell business school want nothing to do with the traditional dog eat dog mantra often found in the corporate world. Instead, they’d rather help you take your dog for a walk and even help plan the route in advance." Read More
We'd love for you to get to know our Groundswell Market Community members more.
This week, read about a social venture promoting directly traded and ethically sourced coffee from the Philippine highlands. Be among the first to try this brew at the Groundswell Market on Granville Island! Read More
Groundswell is moving to Granville Island! Here's a clue as to why:
Granville Island is a zone of public possibility. It bridges our history with our collective creative potential. It is a place to escape the expected. - HCMA Land Use Report Vision Plan Read More
Groundswell has partnered with the Tahltan Nation for a multi-day experience to build relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous cultures
By: Amy Logan — Westender Read More
The 6th cohort's social ventures. Read More
Grinding Gears is a peddle powered cafe that will be serving a unique coffee experience in the city of Vancouver and its parks from a bike. Organized as a co-operative not only is about amazing coffee but also creating truly livable jobs and a community of shared success. Read More
A network that brings Early Childhood Educators together through skills development workshops and providing support to individuals in the profession to improve quality of care. Read More
Creating awareness, Setting standards and Raising expectations around care + education for children, their parents, their caregivers and everyone else. Read More
Empowering urban families!
Intelligence in Nature is a sustainable development company. Our purpose is to provide sustainable lifestyle option through the simple act of living. We build self sustainable, contemporary, closed system homes and communities that produce more water than they need, more energy than they use and more food than they consume. Read More
DiverCity Games is a series of mobile, small-scale events that focus on building social connections in the gender diverse community via interactive games. Read More