Publications

2011 - Community Partner Reports

  • Language Quilt of Hamilton

    Published: April 2011

    Over 60,000 persons speak a language other than English at Home, representing 13% if Hamilton’s population. The last census in 2006 counted 60 different languages spoken by Hamiltonians at home. This poster gives a snapshot of Hamilton’s linguistic diversity.

    Funded by: United Way of Burlington and Greater Hamilton
    Community Partner: Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion

  • Our Health Counts: Urban Aboriginal Health Data Research Project: Community Report – First Nations Adults and Children

    Published: April 2011

    The goal of the Our Health Counts (OHC) project was to work in partnership with Aboriginal organizational stakeholders to develop a baseline population health database for urban Aboriginal people living in Ontario that is immediately accessible, useful, and culturally relevant to local, small region, and provincial policy makers.

    Community Partner: City of Hamilton
     
  • Hamilton’s Vital Signs

    Published: January 2011

    In 2010, Hamilton’s Vital Signs pulled back the veil on a community making progress in some areas, but split by deep fault lines of inequality. Building on the work of the Hamilton Spectator’s Code Red investigation into Hamilton’s neighbourhoods, Vital Signs traced a picture of “two cities that share the same urban boundary but little else.”

    Community Partner: Hamilton Community Foundation
     
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