This upcoming February 23-25th, the Tamarack Institute will be bringing the popular workshop, Evaluating Community Impact: Capturing and Making Sense of Community Outcomes to Toronto, Ontario for three days of interactive learning, peer networking, and dialogue centred on the topic of evaluating community change.

This popular workshop was oversubscribed in Calgary in 2013, and Halifax and Winnipeg in 2014 and in an effort to ensure that this opportunity is known to all who might benefit from attending the workshop this year; we would like to invite you to act as an event partner to help us spread the word in your local region.

New strategy offers little relief for those in poverty

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Local organizations working to fight poverty in Halton cringed last Thursday upon hearing about changes to social assistance being considered by the Province.

Jennefer Laidley of the Income Security Advocacy Centre discussed a recently-released Commission for the Review of Social Assistance report at a poverty reduction forum hosted at the Oakville Conference Centre by the Halton Poverty Roundtable.

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Halton Poverty Roundtable receives $225K provincial grant

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The grant, which is divided into $75,000 a year over the next three years, was presented to the HPRT by Burlington MPP Jane McKenna at the Appleby Ice Centre in Burlington on Monday morning.

“Even a prosperous community is touched by poverty. The ongoing work of the Halton Poverty Roundtable is essential to co-ordinating partner agencies, raising awareness and stimulating philanthropy that can change lives,” McKenna said.

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