Category: Community

5 Important Signs from Hamilton’s Women’s March

On Saturday, January 21 an estimated 1,000 people gathered at Hamilton City Hall in support of the Women's March on Washington. While reasons for attending were diverse, protesters were unified by their desire to stand up against the rise of...

/ January 23, 2017

Meet the entrepreneur behind Hamilton’s The Café

It’s been eight months since Magda Wierzbicka opened the doors to The Café, a cozy café in Hamilton’s Crown Point neighbourhood. While it serves an array of loose leaf teas, baked goods, and steaming coffee – regulars are coming for...

/ January 12, 2017

5 Last-Minute Gift Ideas to help make the World a better place

With time is running out and you are still looking for a meaningful present for someone on your Holiday gift list? Check out our 5 last-minute gift options for every budget and give back to your community.

/ December 21, 2016

Int’l Marketplace to celebrate Syrian culture

It’s only been four months since Fadi Al Kanakri and Hazem Alkanakri arrived in Canada as Syrian refugees. For Emad AlKarri, just seven months. Today, Hamilton is their home.

/ November 1, 2016

Meet the youth welcoming Syrian refugees in Riverdale

Between school, part-time jobs, extra-curricular activities and socializing, life for today’s youth is busy. However, making a difference is also on the agenda for the Youth Focus Group in Hamilton’s Riverdale neighbourhood.

/ September 22, 2016

The immigrant life: “Art in its purest form”

“All immigrants are artists because they create a life, a future, from nothing but a dream. The immigrant’s life is art in its purest form.” - Patricia Engel, Colombian American novelist. Growing up as a child of first-generation immigrants, I...

/ June 8, 2016