The 2016 Toronto Vital Signs Report has found that Toronto remains the child poverty capital of Canada, with 28.6 per cent of children living in low-income households. Toronto tops the list above Montreal at 25%, Winnipeg at 24% and all
Ask yourself this question: how can Canada create more jobs and help the middle class economy grow? There are four main themes to consider:
Join the fun and attend the Partnering to Hack Homelessness (P2H²) Hackathon in Ottawa! The event runs on Friday, Nov 18 to Sunday, Nov 20. Attendance is open to everyone of all ages and backgrounds.
The Community Data Program is a growing national network of over 30 community data consortia - members include more than 50 municipalities and 2000+ users!
International Inuit Day is November 7! In total, approximately 155,000 Inuit live across Canada, Greenland, Alaska and Russia.
In the 2016 Ontario Budget, the creation of a Basic Income Pilot Project was announced, to test a new approach to reducing poverty in a sustainable way. The pilot project will test a growing view that a basic income co
Nonprofit organizations, governments and foundations are increasingly dependent on digital data to inform their strategies, monitor their progress, manage their operations, and pursue their missions.
Google believes technology can make a better world, faster. The Google.org Impact Challenge supports Canadian nonprofit innovators using technology to tackle the world's biggest social challenges.
The Innovative Solutions to Homelessness funding stream supports the development of innovative approaches to reducing homelessness.
Taking Scope of Aboriginal Issues in Canada: Potential and Limits of the Aboriginal Data Landscape
November 2, 2016 1:30-4:30 pm