All posts for the topic ‘Advocacy Hamilton’:

Serious Thinking & Real Reform

Posted on: July 22nd, 2013   No Comments

Ontario has a poverty problem. Hamilton is an intensified example of this. 18% percent of the population lives in poverty, almost 50% of them children. That is 1 In 7 children. 6.8% unemployment rate again [...]

Ward Boundary Reform Petition for Hamilton

Posted on: April 18th, 2012   2 Comments

Just a small follow-up to Andrew Dreschel’s article today. As Advocacy Hamilton, I strive to ensure all voices in this city are heard.  This begins with a form of equal representation but not exclusively. Communities [...]

A New Year Resolution

Posted on: January 2nd, 2012   3 Comments

It’s not all doom and gloom for Hamilton. I had the rather enjoyable experience of attending the Citizen’s Levee on the front steps of City Hall, New Year’s Day.  I was surrounded by people who, [...]

Website back up and running!

Posted on: May 25th, 2011   No Comments

Thank you Susan for giving me the heads up my links were broken on this site. My apologies to all who checked out the site only to miss half of it! Please feel free to [...]

Welcome!

Posted on: May 23rd, 2011   No Comments

Together we have the potential to do great things.  Using our voices is just a start. Until partners come onboard I will continue posting relevant articles I come across as well as handy tips. For [...]

Advocacy Hamilton, Inequity, Poverty, Social Assistance:
Serious Thinking & Real Reform

Ontario has a poverty problem. Hamilton is an intensified example of this. 18% percent of the population lives in poverty, almost 50% of them children. That is 1 In 7 children. 6.8% unemployment rate again [...]