Newcomers onBoard program launches

We are happy to launch Newcomers onBoard with support from the Government of Ontario through the Multicultural Capacity Grant. The initiative is part of the DiverseCity onBoard program with a focus on increasing involvement and participation of newcomers and recent immigrants on local boards. The program will provide one-to-one and group information sessions to recent […]

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#HamiltonForAll Launch: November 28, 2017

Join us for the launch of the first phase of the #HamiltonForAll campaign that visions an inclusive Hamilton and encourages residents to be part of Hamilton’s vision to be a Hamilton For All. When: Tuesday, November 28, 2017 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Where: Hamilton Spectator Auditorium 44 Frid St, Hamilton, ON The Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion […]

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Advancing Inclusive Leadership in Hamilton

Panel Discussion and Breakfast November 1st, 2017 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Art Gallery of Hamilton The panel will be moderated by Dr. Marie Bountrogianni, Dean, The Raymond G. Chang School of Continuing Education and include panelists: Councillor Matthew Green, City of Hamilton Colina Maxwell, Executive Director, Centre3 for Print and Media Arts Shylo Elmayan, Senior Project […]

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Agencies: Application for the Multicultural Wellness Fair is Open

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED. Multicultural Wellness Fair 2017 Exhibitor Registration Form The registration fee for agencies to book an information booth at the fair is $30.00. The money received from this is used to provide presenters and performers with a small honorarium for their contribution. After you fill out and submit this application form, we will […]

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Job posting: Anti-Racism Officer

The newly-created position of Anti-Racism Officer will establish, coordinate, maintain and manage the daily operations of a comprehensive city-wide Anti-Racism Resource Centre for members of Hamilton’s racialized communities who are experiencing/have experienced incidents of racism and/or race-based discrimination in the City of Hamilton. The Anti-Racism Resource Centre is a partnership with McMaster University’s Equity and […]

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5th Annual Multicultural Wellness Fair 2017

The Multicultural Wellness Fair is a multi-agency initiative that aims to reach out to culturally diverse populations in Hamilton to provide education about mental health and free community resources. The idea for the multicultural wellness fair was born out of the Facilitating Mental Health and Addictions Action and Inclusion Project in 2012. This outreach project […]

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Join us for #HamiltonForAll Pre-launch Kick-off at the Canadian Multicultural Exchange Station

When:     July 1, 2017 Where:    Bayfront Park. Pier 4 Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion (HCCI) and Hamilton Immigration Partnership Council (HIPC) have partnered with Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI) to launch #HamiltonForAll, a public awareness campaign that celebrates diversity and promotes Hamilton’s vision to be a Hamilton For All. Join us for a #HamiltonForAll pre-launch kick-off on Canada […]

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Hamilton Community Foundation Supports #HamiltonForAll Campaign with Canada 150 grant

Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion (HCCI) and Hamilton Immigration Partnership Council (HIPC) have partnered with Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI) to launch #HamiltonForAll, a public awareness campaign that celebrates diversity and promotes Hamilton’s vision to be a Hamilton For All. #HamiltoForAll aims at opening minds and encouraging Hamiltonians to stand up against prejudice, exclusion and discrimination based on ethnicity, race, […]

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Hamilton ranks second highest for hate crimes in Canada — again

Hamilton Spectator By Nicole O’Reilly Hamilton has the second-highest rate of police-reported hate crimes, only falling behind Thunder Bay, according to a national Statistics Canada Report. This ranking, based on 2015 statistics, is not new. Hamilton regularly ranks in that second place spot, in part because of increased reporting here, police say. Hamilton saw 55 […]

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Diversity and Inclusion in Leadership- What is really happening in Canadian Cities?

New research on the state of diversity and inclusion in leadership in Canadian cities reveals a consistent gap between the make-up of Canada’s boardrooms and our diverse population. Join us on Monday, June 19th as we bring together researchers in Vancouver, Toronto, London, Hamilton, and Ottawa to examine recent findings on the diversity of governance boards […]

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