This Community Development Halton (CDH) publication uses the results of a June 2021 survey called, ‘Canadian NFPs/Charities, Study Report’, which was undertaken and published by Management Advice Service (MAS) in September 2021. MAS provides not-for-profit...
The living wage is the hourly rate that ensures that a person working full time, full year, earns enough to participate in the normal life of their community. In Halton the rate has been calculated to be $20.75 per hour (2021).
We are pleased to provide a review of the fiscal year 2020-21 for Community Development Halton. As it was for all organizations during the past year through the pandemic, this business year was unique - challenging yet fulfilling. An amazing team effort involving...
The impact of COVID-19 on the engagement of volunteers, on volunteer programs, and on community needs in relation to volunteers going forward. To ensure an effective assessment of the current model of the Volunteer Centre, gaining some insight into what was happening with volunteer programs in Halton due to COVID is important.
Early in 2019, the Board and staff began a process of examining the role of CDH in the community in a process of re-visioning with a view to the future. The method that was used is a group conversation process known as World Café (in this case, the sessions were called “Possibilities Cafés”.)
This report documents the process and data used in the updating of a living wage for Halton Region for 2019. A living wage of $20.38/hour has been calculated for a Halton family of four (2 parents, one boy aged 7 and one girl aged 3).
Community Development Halton introduces the Our Halton 2018 series to increase community awareness of the changing socio-demographic characteristics of Halton Region. This series focused on five theme areas – women, seniors, income inequality, newcomers, and children and youth.
This report documents the process and data used in the updating of a living wage for Halton Region for 2016. A living wage of $17.95/hour has been calculated for a Halton family of four (2 parents, one boy aged 10 and one girl aged 14).
The Premier’s Advisory Group on Community Hubs published their report Community Hubs in Ontario: A Strategic Framework and Action Plan in August 2015. Although community hubs have been around for decades, momentum surrounding hubs has increased due to Premier Wynne’s interest. Given the importance of the subject, with funding support from Social and Community Services of the Regional Municipality of Halton, Community Development Halton (CDH) embarked on building a broad-based conversation on community hubs. This background document, Community Hubs in Halton, provides the basis of a full discussion on hubs.