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    We’re Moving!

    The Social Planning and Research Council of Hamilton is relocating! After many years at 162 King William Street, we are excited to finally relocate to a larger office to accommodate expansion of projects and additional staff.

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  • AboriginalReport

    Profile of Hamilton’s
    Aboriginal Residents

    This short report gives overview of demographics of Hamilton’s Aboriginal residents in other to better understand this important community.  The report highlights a growing youth population, a large age group in the 45-49 year age group, education, occupations and income. The report also has data from a recent survey of Aboriginal people experiencing homelessness in Hamilton.

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  • NorthHamilton

    Profile of
    North Hamilton

    Profile of North Hamilton describes trends and conditions within North Hamilton, including the North End and Keith neighbourhoods.

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  • feast

    AN EARTH TO
    TABLE FEAST

    Join us for our second annual dinner to celebrate the beginning of the growing season in southern Ontario at the historic Ancaster Mill. Gather your friends and family to sample plates of beautifully prepared local cuisine. 

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  • SmallGrants

    SMALL GRANTS
    FUNDING

    The Hamilton Community Foundation and the City of Hamilton are the sponsors of the Small Grants Project Funding for the Neighbourhood Action Strategy in Hamilton. It is administered by the Social Planning and Research Council of Hamilton. Small project funding is to be used to support projects identified by resident members/groups.

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    Annual Report
    2013-2014

    SPRC advanced projects in Hamilton on issues of poverty, affordable housing, healthy development of children and youth, equity and inclusion.

    Through all of our work, we endeavor to ensure that action on social issues is well founded in research and knowledge of the community. In this way, we do our best to contribute to the development of solutions and strategies that improve social conditions in Hamilton.

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