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Lougheed House

Lougheed House is a National Historic Site located in Calgary, and owned by the Province of Alberta. The house was built in 1891 as the home of Sir James Lougheed, a Canadian Senator and grandfather of Alberta’s former premier, Peter Lougheed. The house is operated through by the Lougheed House Conservation Society, non-profit society, through a fee-for-service contract with the Provincial government. The society was established in 1995, and was the original driving force behind a $12 million renovation of the sandstone mansion.

SEF has provided short-term bridge financing to the Society.

From the Notebook

SVI Alberta is back! And we won't need to lock the door.

Entrepreneurs, and in particular social entrepreneurs are usually moving pretty fast.

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Trico steps up as SVI Alberta sponsor

SVI Alberta’s lead organizers, the Social Enterprise Fund and Thrive (an initiative of Momentum) and SVI Hollyhock are deeply grateful for our generous sponsors who have stepped up to make the first SVI Alberta possible.

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New look, new stories

Our latest edition of Portfolio sports a whole new look, as SEF updates our brand after ten years. 

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