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Community Lens #173 – Income Inequality in Halton

Community Lens #173 – Income Inequality in Halton

This Community Lens looks at income inequality in Halton using 2018 taxfiler data. The widening income gap between the rich and the poor can impact negatively on economic growth, standard of living, health and wellbeing, and social inclusion. Also raises a moral...

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Community Lens #172 – Working Poor in Halton

Community Lens #172 – Working Poor in Halton

This Community Lens looks at working poor in Halton using 2018 taxfiler data. As we come out of the pandemic, how we respond to those that have been most impacted is critical to recovery. If you have any feedback on the issue of working poor in Halton, you can contact...

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Announcement of New Director, Volunteer Halton

Announcement of New Director, Volunteer Halton

I am delighted share with you that Community Development Halton will be joined by a new team member. Heather Johnson will be with us as our new Director, Volunteer Halton starting Monday, May 3rd, 2021.  We are quite fortunate to welcome aboard a very accomplished...

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Personal Reflections on Volunteers

Personal Reflections on Volunteers

​To conclude National Volunteer Week, this month I am delighted to share some personal reflections about ​the wonderful groups and individuals who really are the backbone of our communities in Halton - Volunteers, through their awe-inspiring acts of kindness.​It is my...

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Video – Housing Strategy Virtual Launch

Video – Housing Strategy Virtual Launch

The Housing Strategy Virtual Launch (on March 8, 2021) video is now available. Listen to our colleagues at Community Development Halton, Ted Hildebrandt, Director of Social Planning, presenting about Housing Overview of Burlington, and Heather Thompson, Director of...

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A Snapshot of COVID in Canada’s Cities at Day 300

A Snapshot of COVID in Canada’s Cities at Day 300

The Canadian Urban Institute (CUI) continues to track the impacts of COVID-19 on Canadian cities, with a third Signpost report that signals a growing disconnect between virus-related research and recovery response. A key takeaway from this report is in the midst of...

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