The program enables individuals living on low incomes to improve their financial situations by accessing government benefits and, over time, to build their financial capability. These supports make Hamilton a better community for everyone. A collaborative project provided by the Ontario Trillium Foundation, United Way Halton Hamilton, the Hamilton Roundtable for Poverty Reduction, the City of Hamilton and the SPRC.
Out of Control examines differences between Hamilton and Quebec City’s rental markets and finds that Quebec has both stronger tenant protection policies and greater supply of new rental housing, both of which help to create a more affordable housing market than in Ontario.
Despite a significant increase in funding over the last five years to address women’s homelessness in Hamilton, the crisis persists with seemingly no end in sight.
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.
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