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Locals In Hot Water with Chatham Tim Horton's - Say Treatment Unacceptable

Chatham locals say they have been treated unfairly by Tim Horton's - Lifetime ban not only unfair but causing great hardship and embarrassment to community members.


Warm Hearts For A Warm Winter is Back As Designer Store Brings Warmth To Toronto's Needy

In a tradition the store started the first year it opened its doors, Just Thrift, a unique second hand store that sells designer clothes to the city's budget minded fashionistas, visits downtown Toronto for the Warm Hearts for A Warm Winter clothing initiative.


Publication de Violence dans les établissements correctionnels en Ontario : Rapport final

Le conseiller indépendant sur la réforme des Services correctionnels, Howard Sapers, publie aujourd'hui son quatrième rapport. Violence dans les établissements correctionnels en Ontario : Rapport final présente 42 recommandations visant à améliorer la sécurité des employés et des détenus des établissements correctionnels de l'Ontario.


Independent Review of Ontario Corrections Institutional Violence in Ontario: Final Report Released

Today the fourth report of the Independent Advisor on Corrections Reform, Howard Sapers, was released. Mr. Sapers' report, Institutional Violence in Ontario: Final Report makes 42 recommendations to enhance safety for employees and those in custody in Ontario's correctional institutions.


The Pop Up Marché Presents Its Inaugural Winter Bazaar

Monthly Pop Up Brand Debuts First Ever Pop Up Event In Toronto, Canada.


Community Collective Launches Niagara Region ‘Fold To Feed’ Clothing Drive Over The Holiday Season

Small Scale Farms, Bee City Canada and Textile Waste Diversion are pooling their resources to launch a region wide clothing drive over the holiday season. Proceeds will pay for healthy food for those that need it through Small Scale Farms food program that supports local farmers and increases habitat as well as education for precious pollinators currently in decline.


Unity Charity presents 2nd Annual Hip Hop Charity Party

Unity Charity is proud to present the 2nd Annual Hip Hop Charity Party on January 17, 2019 at Revival.


Phase 2 of Accreditation & AGM Announcement

December 3rd, 2018 on International Day of Persons with Disabilities, the Community Wholeness Centre (CWC Barrie) is pleased to announce that they are now in Phase 2 of the accreditation process of becoming the 26th Independent Living Centre under the National Umbrella Organization of Independent Living Canada.


Statement in Response to Ontario Government’s Environment Plan

Pollution Probe commends the Ontario Government on developing an environment plan, in a short period of time, which addresses the breadth of the environmental challenges facing Ontario’s air, water, land and climate. We also endorse the Government’s commitment to consult with rights holders and stakeholders to further refine the plan.


Local Demonstration Against Proposed Cuts to Francophone Services in Ontario Planned for Saturday

On Saturday, December 1st, 2018, francophones and francophiles of Sarnia-Lambton will be joining dozens of communities in organizing a peaceful civic demonstration in an aim to highlight the actions against the Franco-Ontarian community by the provincial government.


Execulink Launches their 12 Gifts of Christmas program

Execulink Telecom has announced the launch of their 12 Gifts of Christmas program, which aims at giving back to their local communities. The company will be donating to twelve local organizations, groups and charities throughout the month of December.


SKETCH awarded Ontario Trillium Foundation grant to address toxic masculinity

On Thursday, December 6th at 6:00 p.m., Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) volunteer Maggie Broda will be at the SKETCH Holiday Celebration to hear how an OTF grant that was awarded in the summer is having an impact with the SKETCH program: Element of He.


The Multicultural Canadian Fair is Coming Soon in 2019

Young Professionals and Skilled Workers Association (YPSWA) is proud to announce that it will organize and host its biannual Multicultural Canadian Fair on 24 February 2019, at UNO Hall at 145 Evans Avenue in Toronto, Ontario.


Thank you, Ontario!

It's time to shine a Spotlight on the best of Culture Days Weekend 2018.


LES ENFANTS NE SONT PAS OK: LE GOUVERNEMENT PC ONTARIO DÉCOUPAGE DU BUREAU DU CONSEILLER DES ENFANTS

Le Conseil des sociétés Elizabeth Fry de l'Ontario se joint à Irwin Elman, Campagne 2000, Coalition canadienne pour les droits de la Ligue de protection de l'enfance du Canada (CWLC), Société de soutien à l'enfance et à la famille des Premières Nations du Canada, ISS Canada / SSI Canada, Centre de ressources Landon Pearson, Association ontarienne des sociétés de l'aide à l'enfance, Save the Children Canada et UNICEF Canada en condamnant cette décision et en exigeant la réintégration de l'Ontario Bureau du défenseur des enfants.

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