Tag: hamilton

[Dis]placment in Hamilton: Tools for Tenant Rights

INFOGRAPHIC: [Dis]placment in Hamilton: Tools for Tenant Rights By Immigrants Working Centre READ MORE BELOW               Know your Rights. Take Action! Did you: Receive an eviction notice? You don’t have to leave. Call the Hamilton...

/ July 30, 2017

Life after genocide: Chantal’s Story

“Obviously it hasn’t been easy – but now I feel home. I’m proud of what I have accomplished and where I have come from,” says Chantal, who now works as a Therapeutic Counsellor for people with dementia and their families....

/ June 19, 2017

Standing together for Refugee Rights

Refugee Rights Day happens on April 4 each year in Canada. It is the anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision to recognize the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms protection of refugees' fundamental rights in our country. Supporters from the...

/ April 6, 2017

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

10 Things You Need to Know About Canada’s New Minister of Immigration

"The story of Canada is the story of immigration," said MP Ahmed Hussen, Canada's new Minister of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship. We made a list of 10 things you should know about Hussen.

/ January 16, 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