1. Resources & Publications

    Canadian Open Data Summit 2018: Dr. Jonathan Dewar Keynote Presentation

    This resource package includes presentation files and additional resources for Dr. Jonathan Dewar’s Keynote Presentation at the Canadian Open Data Summit (CODS18) on November 8, 2018 in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Sharing of this package is made possible by ODX in partnership with Niagara Connects. Speaker: Jonathan Dewar, PhD, is the Executive...
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    The National Report of the First Nations Regional Early Childhood, Education and Employment Survey

    The First Nations Regional Early Childhood, Education and Employment Survey (FNREEES, or REEES) was created to address a long-standing data gap that existed around early childhood education and development, youth employment and education, adult employment and education, and labour-market conditions in First Nations communities. Launched in 2013, the REEES was...
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    First Nations Regional Health Survey Phase 3: Volume 1 and 2

    Volume 1: This landmark report provides unprecedented insight into a wide range of factors affecting the health and well-being of First Nations people living in reserve and Northern communities across Canada. Volume 2: The second volume provides insight into a wide array of factors, from language and culture to health-care...
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    Indigenous Peoples of Canada Learning Resources

    Though created to supplement classroom learning in conjunction with an Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada Giant Floor Map, the wealth of resources and background data shared on this website are relevant for anyone looking for a deeper understanding of Indigenous history and context and Canada. Resources cross many topics such...
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    Living in Niagara-2017 Report: 62 Suggested Action Steps Across 12 Sectors

    The Living in Niagara report is a triennial measure of quality of life in Niagara, across 12 Sectors that align with the Social Determinants of Health. The report and its Sectors are described, built, and owned by the Niagara-wide community. It is produced by Niagara Connects, a Niagara-wide network of...
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    Canadian Poverty Reduction Strategy: What We Heard About Poverty So Far

    As a whole, Canada remains among the best places in the world in which to live. However, too many Canadians live in poverty. This is why the Government made a commitment to develop a Canadian Poverty Reduction Strategy that would set targets to reduce poverty in Canada and measure and publicly...
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    The Landlord Engagement Toolkit: A Guide to Working with Landlords in Housing First Programs

      This toolkit is meant to be a practical “how to” guide to working with landlords in the context of a Housing First program. It will help program providers build effective, lasting relationships with landlords. Although many aspects of the toolkit will apply to a wide range of programs, the...
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    Legal Problems Facing Trans People in Ontario (Event Recording)

    This is an event recording of the November 29th, 2017 webinar with presenter Dr. Julie James. 18 participants joined from 9 organizations across Niagara. During the webinar, the presenter provided an overview of some of the provincial and local findings of the research study TRANS*forming *JUSTICE: A Legal Needs Assessment of...

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