New Hamilton Social Landscape bulletin on Visible minorities shows that persons who identify with a visible minority group in Hamilton have reached 100,000 residents, more than doubling in the last two decades.
The SPRC presented to the General Issues Committee of City Council last week our newest report “Intergenerational Trauma and Aboriginal Homelessness: An introduction for service providers and community.”
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