With the release of the first data from the 2016 Census, we can look at how the population has grown in our communities.
As the Government of Ontario evaluates a Basic Income Pilot, we thought it useful to share a set of principles developed by the Social Planning Network of Ontario against which it should be appraised.
Perhaps you would like to make new contacts, learn skills, gain work experience, build self-esteem, or look for personal development.
The Social Planning Program at Community Development Halton undertakes a wide range of activities and research to help Halton identify its strengths and weaknesses and determine ways to improve the quality…
Social Planning helps communities identify strengths and weaknesses and determine ways to improve the quality of life in the community. [Read More]
Volunteer Halton supports non-profit agencies with training, consulting and the promotion of volunteerism.[Read More]