1. Social purpose enterprises: a conceptual framework / Jack Quarter, Sherida Ryan, and Andrea Chan -- Section A: Marginalized by stigma -- 2. Common ground co-operative: supporting employment options / Frances Owen, Anne Readhead, Courtney Bishop, Jennifer Hope, and Jeannette Campbell -- 3. When the business is the people: the impact of A-Way Express courier / Kunle Akingbola -- 4. Miziwe Biik case study: microloans in the urban aboriginal community / Mary Foster, Ida Berger, Kenn Ross, and Kristine Neglia -- 5. Groupe Convex: measuring its impact / Ushnish Sengupta, Caroline Arcand, and Ann Armstrong -- Section B: Women on the social margins -- 6. Inspirations Studio at Sistering: a systems analysis / Agnes Meinhard, Annie Lok, and Pauline O'Connor -- 7. Microentrepreneurs in economic turbulence: the Alterna Savings micro-finance program / Edward T. Jackson, Susan Henry, and Chinyere Amadi -- 8. Canadian immigrants and their access to services: a case study of a social purpose enterprise / Marlene Walk, Itay Greenspan, Honey Crossley, and Femida Handy -- 9. Well-being of childcare workers at the Learning Enrichment Foundation: a Toronto community economic development organization / Andrea Chan, Robyn Hoogendam, Peter Frampton, Andrew Holeton, Emily Pohl-Weary, Sherida Ryan, and Jack Quarter -- Section C: Urban poor and immigrants -- 10. Doing markets differently: FoodShare's Good Food Markets / Michael Classens, J.J. McMurtry, and Jennifer Sumner -- 11. Stakeholders' stories of impact: the case of Furniture Bank / Andrea Chan, Laurie Mook, and Susanna Kislenko -- 12. The complex relation between a social enterprise and its parent non-profit: the case of Northwood Translation Bureau / Jennifer Hann and Daniel Schugurensky -- Section D: Youth -- 13. Market-based solutions for at-risk youth: River Restaurant / Raymond Dart --14. Social purpose enterprises: a modified social welfare framework / Jack Quarter, Sherida Ryan, and Andrea Chan.