Social Planning

Social Planning helps the community identify strengths and challenges and determine ways to improve the quality of life for residents in Halton.

Community Dispatch

Vol. 18, #7 – Where We Live Matters

Vol. 18, #7 – Where We Live Matters

September 2013 Community Development Halton has followed with attention the growth of neighbourhood development initiatives across North America and Europe. We celebrate the strong sense of place- based work where neighbourhood residents generate the social capital...

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Vol. 18, #7 – Where We Live Matters

Vol. 18, #6 – A Discussion of a Living Wage For Halton

September 2013 Community Development Halton studies and recommends systematic changes to income security programs in order to allow human beings to flourish and live as participatory citizens in an open and inclusive society. CDH has recommended changes to the Ontario...

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Vol. 18, #7 – Where We Live Matters

Vol. 18, #5 – 2011 National Household Survey (NHS)

June 2013 In 2010, the federal government replaced the mandatory long form census with a voluntary National Household Survey (NHS). This change in the data collection method has drawn strong opposition and protests from data users, municipalities, for profit and...

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Vol. 18, #7 – Where We Live Matters

Vol. 17, #5 – CETA and Government Procurement

June 2012 This Community Dispatch is devoted to the Canada-European Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) presently under negotiation. Although international trade agreements are outside of the usual purview of Community Development Halton's research, one...

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