The Hamilton and District Labour Council represents 50,000 affiliated union members across Hamilton providing a voice for working people. By pursuing jobs, peace and security, we seek to build a community that values human dignity and basic fairness.
An affiliation of local trade unions, in the Hamilton Brantford Area who work together with numerous local union contractors to build and work on construction projects. They work to help build and maintain our community, infrastructure and industry throughout the Greater Hamilton Region.
Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion is a charitable organization driven by a mission to mobilize all Hamiltonians to create an inclusive and welcoming city. Undertaking a vision of building a united community that respects diversity, practices equity, and speaks out against discrimination.
Environment Hamilton inspires people to protect and enhance our environment through leadership, education and advocacy. We do this by providing people with knowledge and skills to enhance and protect the environment around them.
The SPRC is a non-profit, registered charitable organization. They aim to improve the quality of life for everyone in Hamilton through research, community development, community engagement, and system and service planning.
An independent organization of low and moderate-income families across Hamilton. They advocate all levels of government for Tenants Rights, Social Justice and Financial Justice.
The Disability Justice Network of Ontario (DJNO) aims to build a just and accessible Ontario. They work to build power capacity and skill in people with disabilities. They work to hold people, communities and institutions for the spaces they create.
IBEW Local 105 has been in existence since 1900. They are an integral part of the community with members that contribute and support the Hamilton area and the communities in which we live and thrive. .
Local 18 has a membership of over 1,200 members. They were first Canadian group to apply for a Charter in the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (U.B.C.) and were chartered January 30th, 1882.
USW Local 1005 are proud Canadian Steelworkers representing approximately 600 active workers and over 8,000 pensioners. They have a proud history of advocating for workers' rights.
IWC is a leader in providing settlement services in Hamilton, welcoming new Canadians and supporting their full social, civic and economic participation in their new city. For over 30 years, IWC has provided a broad range of settlement services to newcomers to Canada.
YWCA Hamilton strengthens women’s and girls’ voices, broadens their choices, builds dynamic leadership and provides essential and meaningful services that promote safe, inclusive, and equitable communities.
Started in 1988 as a response to the hunger crisis affecting thousands in the 1980s, Hamilton Food Share is the distribution hub of the Emergency Food Network in Hamilton. They serve 12 direct member hunger-relief agencies. The Network is made up of 103 programs across the city.
United Way Halton & Hamilton has a profound impact on the community by ensuring an essential network of programs and services work together to achieve lasting, positive change.
The Hamilton Transit Riders’ Union is a democratic organization fighting to preserve, expand, and improve the public transportation system in Hamilton and beyond so that everyone has access to safe, accessible, affordable, and reliable public transportation.
The Stinson Community Association is a collection of engaged residents in the Stinson neighbourhood working to encourage, build, and preserve a safe, clean, and attractive neighbourhood that they are proud to call home.
The Beasley Neighbourhood Association is a community association for the residents of the Beasley area. They frequently lobby and campaign to improve the lives of those who work, live and play in Beasley.
Since its beginning in 1972, the Durand Neighbourhood Association (DNA) has had both strong leadership and a history of active civic engagement. In the 70′s, it saved the historic Durand neighbourhood from the threat of real estate speculation, demolition and high-rise construction.
The Corktown Neighbourhood Association is an organization of residents in the Corktown Neighbourhood in Hamilton whose mission is to engage residents in community stewardship, foster a sense of neighbourhood pride, and cultivate community connections.
Keith Neighbourhood Hub is a North-East area neighbourhood association created an to improve the quality of life of our residents, raise the profile of this neighbourhood and increase investment in our homes, businesses and services
Residents working together on a volunteer basis to improve the circumstances of the community members in our Gibson and Landsdale Neighbourhoods.
The Downtown Hamilton Business Improvement Area (BIA) is a non-profit association, which was officially formed in 1982.
The Barton Village Business Improvement Area works to develop relationships with the community to build a safe, vibrant place to live, work, play, shop, and invest. They are a hub for independent, family-owned businesses and young entrepreneurs.
Located in the heart of Hamilton’s North End, Located in the heart of Hamilton’s North End, the Eva Rothwell Centre partners with families living in poverty, empowering them to become self-sufficient and fulfill their desired potential.
The Planning team open to residents of the McQuesten Neighbourhood they are working together to ensure the neighbourhood remains a safe and healthy place where everybody has equal access to supports,
opportunities, employment, food and the things that help us live a happy Life..
The Sherman Hub is an organization made up of residents in the Sherman South neighbourhood in Hamilton. They bring together Residents, Business Owners, Service Providers and Faith-Based Organizations to work together to make a difference in their community.
The Crown Point Community Planning Team makes things happen by engaging neighbours and developing leadership.
Hamilton Branch of the Congress of Union Retirees of Canada which has more than half a million retired union members speak with one voice. Founded in 1991 as an affiliate of the Canadian Labour Congress, CURC advocates and lobbies on issues relevant to retired union members and their spouses.
Planning team representing residents of the Riverdale Neighbourhood.
The Hamilton Tenants Solidarity Network (HTSN) is a grassroots initiative that seeks to link tenants from across Steel City. Their goal is to build a powerful working-class fightback against absentee slumlords, tenant harassment, and the rampant gentrification
Hamilton is a port city in the Canadian province of Ontario. Hamilton has a population of approximately 536,917. Official city status was achieved on June 9, 1846, by an act of Parliament of the Province of Canada.[
Metrolinx, an agency of the Government of Ontario under the Metrolinx Act, 2006, was created to improve the coordination and integration of all modes of transportation in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area .
Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology is a public college of applied arts and technology located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. It has three main campuses: the Fennell Campus on the Hamilton Mountain, the Stoney Creek Campus in Stoney Creek, and the Mohawk-McMaster Institute for Applied Health Sciences at McMaster University.
Established in 1992, the NPAAMB Indigenous Youth Employment & Training is a not-for-profit organization with a primary mandate to provide employment and training solutions to prepare for self-identifying urban Indigenous youth for a successful transition into the labour market.
The Hamilton Wentworth District School Board is the public school board for Hamilton. They are responsible for over 49,000 Elementary and Secondary Students, 7,000 staff and an annual budget of approx $700 Million Dollars.
Founded in 1914, the Art Gallery of Hamilton is the oldest and largest art museum in Southern Ontario with a permanent collection that is recognized as one of the finest in Canada. Embracing Canadian historical, international, and contemporary art, the collection consists of more than 10,000 works.
Hamilton Community Foundation (HCF) is part of a network of over 191 Canadian community foundations who contribute time, leadership and financial support to initiatives that benefit their community most, based on an intimate understanding of local needs and opportunities.
Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion is a charitable organization driven by a mission to mobilize all Hamiltonians to create an inclusive and welcoming city. Undertaking a vision of building a united community that respects diversity, practices equity, and speaks out against discrimination
Founded in 1942 by Joseph Atkinson, publisher and owner of the Toronto Star from 1899 to 1948, and his wife Elmina Elliott to continue their legacy as journalists, activists, civic leaders, and life-long partners in the fight for social and economic justice.