Community Hubs Facilitation Program

The Ministry of Infrastructure has launched a new program to support community organizations involved with developing community hubs at the local level across Ontario. The Facilitation Program supports community capacity building by providing facilitation services to enable the development and operation of sustainable and viable community hubs.  The program is intended to augment supports available […]

It’s CommunityHubsOntario.ca’s First Birthday!

And what a year it has been…. From our launch last spring, to a new design for the site, to our presence on social media – so much has happened this year! We wanted to take a minute to reflect on some of our milestones and thank you, our members, for your engagement and advice! […]

Collaborating for Greater Impact: Building an Integrated Data Ecosystem

This report from Mowat NFP’s Enabling Environment series analyzes how charities, funders, governments and academic institutions can create a more enabling environment for data collection, analysis and sharing for the charitable sectors in both Canada and the UK.Canada and the UK.Data about the charitable sector is a strategically important asset. But as we move towards […]

The Exchange: Collaborative Governance Model

This detailed governance manual describes the structure and roles and responsibilities of the three main governing bodies. It details how members are appointed, when meetings happen and how decisions are made. View / Download: Collaborative Governance Model

Regeneration Works Website

Faith & the Common Good (FCG) is a national, interfaith network that believes diverse faith communities can be role models for the common good. The Mission per Square Foot program helps repurpose faith buildings and grow communities. Greening Sacred Spaces (GSS) is a popular, practical program that helps faith communities with the educational and spiritual […]

Application for Offical Plan and Zoning Amendment – George Street Hub Development

The George Street Revitalization project plans to redevelop Seaton House (Toronto’s largest homeless shelter) into a men’s shelter, a long-term care facility, assisted living units, affordable housing and a community service hub. Using a harm reduction, community-building and anti-oppression approach, several basic principles have been established. George Street Hub Development