May 24

Federal Poverty Reduction Strategy Consultation Report

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On Wednesday, April 26th, 2017 the Halton Poverty Roundtable, with support from the Tamarack Institute, and through partnership with Open -Doors at St. Christopher’s Anglican Church in Burlington, scheduled and successfully hosted a community consultation to provide input on the Canadian Poverty Reduction Strategy currently in development. This report represents the opinions of over 50 …

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Apr 13

Federal Poverty Reduction Strategy Consultation – Burlington

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The Halton Poverty Roundtable invites you to participate in this important community conversation and to provide your input to shape Canada’s Federal Poverty Reduction Strategy. Join us on Wednesday, April 26th from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and have your say! We want to hear from you on how the Government of Canada, along with other levels …

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Mar 22

The Halton Poverty Roundtable is Moving!

Please note that we are moving. From Thursday, March 23rd, 2017 to Monday, April 3rd, 2017, Kim and I will be working virtually. Please contact us by email during this transition as any phone calls to our extensions will be re-directed to the United Way office in Hamilton during this transition. Effective Tuesday, April 4th, …

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Mar 16

Cities Reducing Poverty Summit: A Catalyst for Community-level Change

The 2017 Cities Reducing Poverty Summit: When Business is Engaged event, hosted by the City of Hamilton, is fast approaching and I can barely contain my excitement that this event is literally happening in our backyard. We’ve got a significant contingent going this year and I look forward to sharing this inspiring learning opportunity with …

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Feb 23

Free Income Tax Clinics in Halton Region

The links bellow provide information about the free income tax clinics coming up in Halton — Just a reminder that these are not, as they’re often mistakenly called, ‘seniors’ tax clinics — they are for people with low-income only, whether seniors or other, so people should have a look at the eligibility criteria in the …

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