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Reflections from the 2022 Cohort: The Toronto Climate Transitions Cohort Group

Posted by The Toronto Climate Transitions Cohort Group on November 29, 2022

This blog post is part of a series written by participants in the Tamarack Institute’s 2022 Community Climate Transitions Cohort, a 10-month learning journey in which multisector teams from 19 communities across Canada explored a collective impact approach to climate transition.

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Reflections from the 2022 Cohort: The London Climate Transitions Cohort Group

Posted by The London Climate Transitions Cohort Group on November 29, 2022

This blog post is part of a series written by participants in the Tamarack Institute’s 2022 Community Climate Transitions Cohort, a 10-month learning journey in which multisector teams from 19 communities across Canada explored a collective impact approach to climate transition.

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Reflections from the 2022 Cohort: The Halton Climate Transitions Cohort Group

Posted by The Halton Climate Transitions Cohort Group on November 28, 2022

This blog post is part of a series written by participants in the Tamarack Institute’s 2022 Community Climate Transitions Cohort, a 10-month learning journey in which multisector teams from 19 communities across Canada explored a collective impact approach to climate transition

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Living Wage Week 2022 and Our Current Call to Action

Posted by Danya Pastuszek on November 18, 2022

On Wednesday evenings, while my seven-year-old plays basketball, I frequently have warm conversations with a school maintenance professional. She works with intention, and you can tell she believes that the kids in her building are full of promise and potential. She air-fives the coaches. She has taken time to learn about me and to share her perspective on what resources are needed to support young people.

She looks after a school at 6 o’clock at night, instead of eating dinner with the people she loves.

She likely makes around $39,000 CAD per year, which translates to $18.75 an hour.

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Windsor-Essex’s Community Safety and Well-Being Plan

Posted by Natasha Pei on July 24, 2022

In 2019, every municipality in Ontario was mandated to develop a Community Safety and Well-Being Plan that would move their activities and investments upstream.

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From Poverty to Equity: Expanding the Lens in Dufferin County

Posted by Anna McGregor on May 3, 2022

This blog post was originally published on the Ontario Municipal Social Services Association blog in April 2022.

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