Social investing counts its dividends in a different currency

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Monday, November 02, 2009
PAUL WALDIE

When the financial meltdown began pummelling the investments of the Osprey Community Foundation in Nelson, B.C., the foundation’s directors began a heartfelt debate.

Should they radically change the foundation’s investment philosophy and move away from focusing on generating returns and invest for social change instead?

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