Hamilton

HCCI Addresses Privacy Concerns Raised By HWDSB Amid Pause of Black Youth Mentorship Program

For Immediate Release, Feb 13th, 2020, HAMILTON, ON On Wednesday, February 12th, 2020, students of Bernie Custis Secondary School walked out of classes to protest the school board pausing the Black Youth Mentorship Program. We are writing this press release to clarify the context in which this HWDSB-initiated pause has arisen.  The Hamilton Centre for Civic […]

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City of Hamilton Agencies, Boards, & Committees Workshop

 CITY OF HAMILTON AGENCIES, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES Hamilton City Council invites residents to apply to the City’s various local Agencies, Boards and Committees (ABC’s). Each of the ABC’s has a specific mandate. Most meet monthly with additional work required between meetings. Most appointments are for four years to coincide with the term of Council. Interested residents […]

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Black Youth Mentorship Program (BYMP) in collaboration with HWDSB and NGen Youth Centre

Program objectives In partnership with the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board and NGen Youth Centre the Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion is providing high school students (targeting black youth) from select schools with mentorship opportunities to support them develop leadership and life skills through interactive group sessions. Using an anti-black racism framework, the sessions will […]

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Notice of Annual General Meeting

NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion (HCCI) is called for and will be held at the HCCI Offices, 140 King Street East, Unit 20, in Hamilton ON, on Wednesday, the 24th day of October, 2018, at 6:00 pm (EDT) for the following purposes: 1. To […]

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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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