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  • Wed Oct 17 2018
    STUDENT OPEN CIRCLES - COMMUNITY YOGA SOCIAL
    7:45 AM to 4:00 PM Location:   123 James Street North, Hamilton, Region: Hamilton,      Contact Info:   
  • Wed Oct 17 2018 to Wed Dec 12
    SUSTAINABILITY NETWORK'S ECONOMIC LITERACY WORKSHOP SERIES
    The training program consists of workshops that will build ENGO capacity by increasing knowledge and understanding of economic concepts and their role in supporting a green economy. The training takes a case-based approach to address key economic concepts, their assumptions, key measures and gaps, and their strengths and limitations. • October 3, 2018 – Assessing the strengths and limits of markets • October 17, 2018 – Valuing unpriced environmental benefits and damages • October 31, 2018 – Rewarding Pro-Environmental Behaviour • November 14, 2018 – Reconciling Trade-Offs to inform public decisions • November 28, 2018 – (Re)defining Economic Progress and Sustainability • December 12, 2018 – Reorienting the Economy for the 21st Century For more information and registration ($250) visit: https://registrations.sustainabilitynetwork.ca/economic-literacy-project-fall-2018-workshops/ Location:   CSI-Spadina, Toronto, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara      Contact Info: Paul Bubelis   paul@sustainabilitynetwork.ca    sustainabilitynetwork.ca   
  • Sat Oct 20 2018
    MATTER AND ANTIMATTER: WITH BEA JOHNSON FROM ZERO WASTE HOME
    5:00 PM to 6:00 PM Named “The Priestess of Waste-Free Living” by the New York Times, Bea Johnson is the renown founder of Zero Waste Lifestyle movement which she started about 10 years ago in California where she resides. She has now presented her "5 Rs" concept to reduce waste (Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rot) around the world including at the United Nations. Grand prize winner of the "Green Awards" in 2011, her book "Zero Waste Home" has been translated in 20 languages. It is an absolute honour to welcome her in Hamilton for the first time, during the Canadian Waste Reduction Week no less! Do NOT miss this unique conference by a Green superstar! Location:   McMaster Innovation Park 175 Longwood Road South, Hamilton, Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: Researchers'Night Hamilton    Contact Info: mip@mcmasterinnovationpark.ca    facebook.com/events/712028469151872/
  • Sun Oct 21 2018
    MILDRED GEHMAN WOMEN’S AUXILIARY 1948 - 2018
    10:30 AM Please join us to celebrate our 70th Anniversary Service @ 10:30AM Followed by refreshments Location:   Erskine Presbyterian Church 19 Pearl St. North , Hamilton , Region: Hamilton,      Contact Info: Val   erskine@bellnet.ca    905-529-2255   erskine.ca   
  • Sat Oct 29 2018
    TREE PLANTING
    10:00 0 to 1:00 PM Calling all tree lovers, earth lovers, soil lovers: help plant trees. Bring a shovel and gloves for this family friendly event. Rain or shine Location:   Heritage Green Sports Park, 447 1st Rd W , Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: City of Hamilton, Environment Hamilton, HNC    Contact Info:    facebook.com/events/173017263585383/
  • Tue Oct 30 2018
    AN EVENING WITH TARANA BURKE: FOUNDER OF THE ME TOO MOVEMENT
    7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Tickets at https://events.eply.com/TaranaBurke Tarana, has dedicated more than 25 years of her life to social justice and laying the groundwork for a movement initially created to help young women of colour who have survived sexual violence. The #metoo hashtag has emerged as a rallying cry for people everywhere who have survived sexual assault and harassment—and Tarana's powerful story as the creator of what is now an international movement that supports survivors will move, uplift, and inspire. Location:   Mohawk College's McIntyre Performing Arts Centre 135 Fennell Ave W, , Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: Equity and Inclusion Office, McMaster University and Mohawk College and SACHA    Contact Info: TaranaBurkeMoMac@mohawkcollege.ca    905-575-2032    facebook.com/events/1963807983677714/
  • Wed Nov 7 2018 to
    OPIRG MCMASTER’S ANNUAL FAIR TRADE FEST
    10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Featuring Fair Trade Vendors and Local Artisans including: Kibo Natural Body Care Products; Moya Fair Trade and Organic Shea Butter; Bee My Honey - honey and beeswax candles; White Lichen Tote Bags made from recycled materials; Ten Thousand Villages; Cottage Botanicals Apothecary and Herb Farm - organic/herbal teas; ChocoSol - horizontally traded chocolate and coffee; Gugu Gogos - fair trade baskets from Ghana; Artesano Canada - Mexican enamelware and 'sugar' skulls; Atzin - hand woven baskets; Norton Creations – handmade jewellery; Plus more! [Also, join us for our Fair Trade Café, Free. Everyone Welcome. Taste testing encouraged. 12:30 pm until 1:30 pm in MUSC 230.] Location:   McMaster University, MUSC Marketplace, Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: OPORG McMaster    Contact Info: opirg@mcmaster.ca    905-525-9140 ext. 27289   opirgmcmaster.org
  • Fri Nov 9 2018 to Sat Nov 10
    GAGED HAMILTON: A PUBLIC FORUM ON ART, GENTIFRICATION, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    10:00 AM to 4:00 PM A collaborative, public forum examining the interlocking issues of development, arts, and gentrification in Hamilton resulting in greater knowledge and networks for activism and policy work, and with a commitment to social justice and equality. GAGED has sought community collaboration from various people and groups doing critical work in Hamilton and have shaped this program accordingly. Panels/workshops from the Disability Justice Network of Ontario, the Coalition of Black and Racialized artists, the Hamilton Tenants Solidarity Network, frontline social services/housing workers, and LGBTQ2S+ community regarding gentrification. Workshops and panels will address: the role of the arts/artists in Hamilton’s so-called renaissance; whats gentrification means for Hamilton’s Indigenous community? How can residents retain or gain access to affordable living spaces; New Hamiltonians and their perspective on development; repercussions of gentrification on women, sex workers, LGBTQ+ communities, communities of colour; gentrification and policing. the role of the University in the gentrification process; the service industry, restaurants, and gentrification. Location:   The Spice Factory 121 Hughson Street North, , Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara      Contact Info:    gagedhamilton.com
  • Mon Nov 19 2018
    CREATING ACCESSIBLE PUBLIC SPACES
    5:30 PM to 8:30 PM Our streets have a variety of accessibility barriers that prevent customers and community members with disabilities from accessing all the spaces that they need and want. The Ontario Business Improvement Association is hosting community conversations to identify main street accessibility barriers and solutions. Please register at https://guestli.st/578514 Thanks, Location:   Hamilton Public Library (central Branch) 55 York Boulevard, , Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara      Contact Info:    guestlist.co/events/578514?utm=gz9i9173a7levn0h
 

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