1. Resources & Publications

    Living in Niagara – 2017 Report: Action Themes Arising

    The Living in Niagara – 2017 report aims to support evidence-informed planning in the Niagara context by offering data to guide research and focused decision-making in the Niagara context. This handout summarizes the action themes arising in each of the 12 quality of life sectors. Related Resources: Living in Niagara...
  2. Community Blog

    TRANSforming JUSTICE – Understanding Legal Issues Faced by Trans Individuals Living in Niagara and Across Ontario

    Trans is an umbrella term referring to people whose gender identity and/or gender expression is not reflected by the gender assigned to them at birth, including people with non-binary identities. Based on recent estimates, up to 1 in 200 adults may identify as trans, broadly defined. With trans people being...
  3. Community Blog

    Newcomer Data Available to Inform Niagara Planning and Decision Making

    Niagara Folk Arts Multicultural Centre (NFAMC) is a community based non-profit charitable organization whose team of professional staff and volunteers provide vital settlement services to newcomers as they strive to create a rewarding life in Canada.  We are happy to share annual data around status, language and country of origin...
  4. Resources & Publications

    Recognizing Volunteering in 2017: Summary Report

    This study aims to better understand what kinds of activities people consider to be volunteering, how people are currently engaged in communities, and how we can recognize a broader definition of volunteering through the notion of ISR that reflects a full spectrum of engagement. Building on a brief definition of...
  5. Resources & Publications

    Ontario Early Years Child & Family Centres: Initial Plan for Niagara Region

    Over the last year, Niagara Region Children’s Services has been working with the Ministry of Education and local early years sector service providers who have provided valuable input, feedback, and recommendations to inform the needs assessment. This has allowed Niagara Region Children’s Services to develop a local Ontario Early Years...
  6. Aging with Confidence: Ontario’s Action Plan for Seniors

    The number of seniors in Ontario is forecast to double to 4.6 million within the next 25 years – and Ontario aims to become the best place in the world to grow older. This Action Plan focuses on areas that seniors say they care about most, including living independently for...
  7. Resources & Publications

    Fort Erie Multicultural Centre Annual Report

    As a gateway organization at one of Canada’s largest entry points, the Fort Erie Multicultural Centre provides a continuum of services to support newcomers from the point of their first steps in Canada until their long-term integration into local communities. This annual report includes a comparative service delivery report for...
  8. Community Blog

    Leadership Niagara Class of 2018 Choose Their Community Projects

    Anticipation was high as Leadership Niagara’s Community Leadership Program convened for the second time this year. On a warm and sunny Friday in late October, it was time for the class of 2018 to select their community project work and decide how they would positively impact the Niagara region over...
  9. Aboriginal Peoples in Canada: Key Results from the 2016 Census

    Aboriginal peoples have lived in what is now Canada long before the arrival of the first European settlers. Indeed, the history of Canada would be incomplete without the stories of First Nations people, Métis and Inuit. The same is true of its future. Past censuses have emphasized two key characteristics...

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