Hamilton stands to receive roughly $20 million in provincial funding toward housing and anti-homelessness initiatives this year and next.
Hamilton’s sole voice within the provincial government is promising to meet with affordable housing advocates after she was confronted by protesters during a funding announcement in the city.
Proposed Ontario Health Teams will transform how local care is provided under sweeping changes coming into effect as part of Conservative health care reform
Hamilton affordable housing charity Indwell says education development charges added nearly $100,000 to the $15-million bill for a 51-unit apartment building being built next door to Parkdale Landing, located at the corner of Parkdale and Melvin avenues.
Many Indwell tenants keep a pet. Bobby relaxes at home with one of his cats. Bobby moved into the Perkins Centre in East Hamilton last fall. He’s known for his contagious smile and his collection of ‘paddy hats.’ “I was a totally different person,” states Bobby. “Before I moved here, I never felt safe. I
Photo: Canadian Green Building Council – Greater Toronto Chapter on Instagram Indwell is very pleased to announce that Hamilton’s Parkdale Landing project has won the national Green Building Excellence – Inspiring Home Award presented by the Canada Green Building Council. Indwell’s industry-leading development team for Parkdale Landing included Invizij Architects, Schilthuis Construction, CK Engineering, and
Federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh stopped in Hamilton Friday. NDP MP for Hamilton Mountain, Scott Duvall, Hamilton Centre candidate, Matthew Green and Hamilton East-Stoney Creek hopeful, Nick Milanovic were with Singh. (Justin Mowat/CBC) Federal NDP leader Jagmmet Singh says he’s optimistic about his party’s prospects for winning Hamilton seats in the federal election this fall,
The housing crisis and the trials and tribulations of local steelworkers are the focus as the federal New Democratic Party (NDP) leader tours Hamilton on Friday. Jagmeet Singh’s first stop was at Parkdale Landing, a 57-unit supported housing initiative in east Hamilton where tenants seeking independent living have access to health and housing supports. Read
When Nicole Bade got on the bus this morning, she was an ordinary college student. By the time she reached Mohawk College, she had saved someone’s life. Read the article on CBC News
Parkdale Landing is much more than affordable housing. It’s affordable hope. And, as such, it’s a highly needed plank of Hamilton infrastructure. Because if a city can’t afford hope, to those who most need it, it can’t afford a future. The new building, a striking visual addition to the neighbourhood with its quirky exterior play