ACCESS RESOURCES IN HAMILTON
Links to City and Community Resources
City Council meets the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. The meeting calendar gives information on when the various Committees are meeting, a link to the agenda, or if a meeting has been canceled
Access live streams of Council and Committee meetings as well as the archive of past meetings
The Snow Angels program is a volunteer-driven snow removal service for low-income seniors and/or people with disabilities who live in the City of Hamilton to ensure the safety of the residents and their caregivers.
Share Your Voice. Shape Our City.
Learn about important City initiatives and engage with the community. We want you to share your ideas and feedback to make Hamilton an even better place to live, work and play.
Metis Women's Circle - We are a circle of Métis women who support, educate and empower our women.
Hamilton Regional Indian Centre - Providing Urban Aboriginal People with the tools to achieve a balanced holistic lifestyle
De dwa de dehs nye>s - (Aboriginal Health Centre) Primary Care and Health programs in Brantford and Hamilton
Native Women's Centre - safe shelter for all women regardless of age, ancestry, culture, place of origin or sexual orientation with or without children
Child and Family Resources
Child Care Registry | City of Hamilton - Find licensed childcare
Licensed childcare inspections - Search for licensed child care (gov.on.ca)
Ministry of Education - Ontario Ministry of Education
LGBTQ Youthline - Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Youth Line
Kids Help Phone - Get support with these mental health resources
Hamilton Health Sciences: Family Resources - Family and Parenting Resources and Workshops
Banyan Community Services - Family Services: relationships, domestic violence, behavioural supports for children, youth justice
Speqtrum - 2S-LGBTQIA+ community building in Hamilton
The award-winning Butterfly Project marked its seventh year in 2023, thanks to the ongoing enthusiasm and action of Rangers and volunteers. As COVID-19 restrictions lifted, Rangers spread their pollinator and native plant love at community events, daycare centres, schools and workplaces, as well as over garden fences and on sidewalks with passers-by.
If you'd like to help create pollinator gardens in Ward 12, email us at Ward12@hamilton.ca
Visit the Butterflyway website HERE
Follow Butterflyway Hamilton on Facebook HERE