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Community Development Halton is seeking volunteer board members to help guide the organization into the future.

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Mission: Through research, community development, planning and promoting volunteerism Community Development Halton strives to improve the quality of life for all residents of Halton.

Community Development Halton (CDH) is a nonprofit, charitable, backbone, research and development organization that works to improve the quality of life of residents across Halton through participatory research, needs identification, education and training, citizen engagement, community dialogue and policy change. CDH works through two distinct programs: Social Planning, and Volunteer Halton.

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Community Development Halton has moved to a new location.

Effective July 1st 2016 our new address is:
3350 South Service Rd
Burlington, ON L7N 3M6

Our phone numbers and email contact information remain the same.

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Poverty Free Halton, Community Development Halton & the City of Burlington
invite you to an evening of reflection and dialogue

 

Where We Live Matters:
Building Vibrant Neighbourhoods

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Guest Speaker
Jim Diers

Author: Neighbor Power:
Building Community the Seattle Way

December 3, 2014
M.M. Robinson High School Studio Theatre
2425 Upper Middle Rd
Burlington, ON

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Online registration at cdh-jimdiers.eventbrite.ca

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Poverty Free Halton & Community Development Halton present

 

Canaries in the Coalmine:
What Today's Unemployed Youth Say About Tomorrow's Workplace

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Guest Speaker

Sean Geobey, PhD
Research Manager,
Waterloo Institute for Social Innovation and Resilience

 

October 30, 2014
7:30-9:00 pm
Burlington Central Library - Centennial Room
2331 New Street, Burlington, ON

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Online registration at pfh-cdh-youth.eventbrite.ca

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Whether you like it or not … it’s election time!  The Ontario provincial election will take place on Thursday, June 12, 2014. Community Development Halton has produced these provincial election fact sheet series – a collection of 14 fact sheets on important provincial issues. The fact sheets are short and sweet, providing information and analysis on key topics, questions for candidates and additional resources. Please read them, share them, and don’t forget to vote!

Thanks to Social Planning Toronto for developing this series and allowing CDH to adapt it for Halton.

Also, check out Communty Lens #95 on voter turnout information from the 2011 provincial election.

How, when, where and why to vote:  Check Elections Ontario for all the details.