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OTF Regional Reports Based on 2016 Canadian Index of Wellbeing: Ontario’s GDP Recovered Since Recession, and Wellbeing has Room for Improvement

2018-04-02T13:30:44-04:00December 14, 2016|Arts, Culture & Heritage, Community Belonging, Community Blog, Crime, Safety & Security, Economic Prosperity, Environment, Health & Wellness, Housing & Shelter, Learning & Education, People Getting Started, Recreation & Sports, Transportation & Mobility, Work & Employment|

"A Profile of Wellbeing" notes that living standards, economic, food and housing insecurity and precarity of work are major issues [...]

Designed to Move: Active Cities (A Guide for Leaders)

2020-11-02T13:37:37-05:00July 8, 2015|Community Belonging, Crime, Safety & Security, Economic Prosperity, Environment, Health & Wellness, Learning & Education, Recreation & Sports, Resources & Publications, Transportation & Mobility, Work & Employment|

A city's ability to compete depends on an active population. The research is clear on this. Integrating physical activity into [...]

Living in Niagara 2014 Ten Overall Themes and 57 Suggested Action Steps

2020-11-02T13:55:16-05:00February 5, 2015|Arts, Culture & Heritage, Community Belonging, Crime, Safety & Security, Economic Prosperity, Environment, Health & Wellness, Housing & Shelter, Learning & Education, People Getting Started, Recreation & Sports, Resources & Publications, Transportation & Mobility, Work & Employment|

This document summarizes the 10 themes and 57 action steps proposed in the Living in Niagara-2014 Report. Published By: Niagara Connects [...]

Launch of the Living in Niagara-2014 Report

2015-01-21T11:26:00-05:00November 28, 2014|Arts, Culture & Heritage, Community Belonging, Community Blog, Crime, Safety & Security, Economic Prosperity, Environment, Health & Wellness, Housing & Shelter, Learning & Education, People Getting Started, Recreation & Sports, Transportation & Mobility, Work & Employment|

Presented to an audience of over 450 people attending the Niagara Community Foundation annual Leaders Breakfast, the Living in Niagara-2014 [...]

TEMPO: Police Interactions A report towards improving interactions between police and people living with mental health problems

2020-11-02T22:40:19-05:00August 28, 2014|Crime, Safety & Security, Health & Wellness, Resources & Publications|

In 2008 the MHCC conducted a review of the basic/recruit training, which occurs primarily at Canadian police colleges/academies, concerning interactions [...]

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