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Community Development Halton (CDH) - www.cdhalton.caAs an incorporated charitable organization, CDH located in Burlington, Ontario serves as administrative trustee for the SEII project funding from PHAC and provides administrative support to the SPNO for its central support activity to the local projects.
Address: 860 Harrington Court, Burlington, ON
Joey Edwardh, PhD
The Social Planning Council of Kingston and Area (SPCKK) - www.spckingston.caKingston's "Closing the Distance Project" involves working with the homeless population. Click here for more details on the Kingston Project. [link to the Kingston page in this web site]
Social Planning Council of Cambridge and North Dumfries (SPCC&ND) - www.socialplanningcouncil-cnd.orgSPCC&ND is working with youth and seniors in the rural community of North Dumfries to close the distance between the public stereotypes about seniors and youth and the realities of their lives. Click here for more details on the North Dumfries Project. [link to the North Dumfries page in this web site]
Sudbury Social Planning Council - www.spcsudbury.caThe SPC and community leadership in Sudbury is working with Anglophone, Francophone, and Aboriginal children in schools and communities to make Sudbury a "City where all kids belong!" Click here for more information on the Sudbury Project. [link to Sudbury page on this web site ]
Lakehead Social Planning Council (LSPC) - www.lspc.caThe LSPC has engaged youth, school board officials, and community agency leaders to develop curriculum materials for dealing with anti-racism in schools. Click here for more information on the Thunder Bay Closing the Distance Project. [link to Thunder Bay project page on this web site ]
Peel Social Planning Council (PSPC) - www.spcpeel.comPeel SPC in conjunction with Community Development Halton researched, field tested, and produced a training manual for diversity competence in human service organizations.
Social Planning Council of Waterloo Region (SPCKW) - www.waterlooregion.org/spc/kw/SPCKW organized and supported seniors and youth to develop criteria for an audit checklist on the their accessibility to community information.
Brant Community Social Planning Council (CSPC) - www.brantspc.on.caBCSPC supported the voices of young people with disabilities for inclusion on issues of local concern.
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