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Emmanuel House provides dignity for elders end-of-life journey

Emmanuel House is more than a hospice; it is a place for people to experience their end-of-life journey with dignity and comfort in a place that feels like home. The Residential Hospice provides 24-hour care for people with a life-limiting illness and require comfort and support for themselves and their families. Originally aired on Cable 14's … Continue reading Emmanuel House provides dignity for elders end-of-life journey

Cathedral Annex provides hope for students and communities in need

Cathedral Annex works year-round to help those in need by providing them with food, clothing, shoes, home goods and hope. The idea of the Annex was formed in 2006 thanks to Educational Assistant Marilyn Pavao and former Cathedral teacher Ken John, now Vice-Principal at Cardinal Newman Catholic Secondary School, who decided to expand the school's … Continue reading Cathedral Annex provides hope for students and communities in need

High school entrepreneurs pitch at MIGHTY Finale

Thirteen high school students shared their business ideas with a panel of judges at the 2018 Mentors In Greater Hamilton Teaching Youth Pitch Finale. The MIGHTY Entrepreneurship Program matches high school students with student mentors of Mohawk College’s small business and entrepreneurship program. Participants and mentors developed business skills, heard from guest speakers, created a business … Continue reading High school entrepreneurs pitch at MIGHTY Finale

Ancaster Village Church promotes reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples through Blanket Exercise

Ancaster Village Church is educating the community about the history of Indigenous Peoples and promoting reconciliation through a Kairos Blanket Exercise. Participants stand on blankets that represent the way of life and the land that was once inhabited by Indigenous people. Facilitators pull back and remove the blankets as they guide people through an historical timeline … Continue reading Ancaster Village Church promotes reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples through Blanket Exercise

Hamilton’s First Coworking Space for Artists and Creators

  Art Aggregate is the first coworking and custom fabrication space located in Hamilton. Members are made up of artists and designers ranging from photographers, woodworkers, painters, sculptors to digital illustrators who create 3D models for video games. The 6000 square foot space consists of a kitchen and lounge area, a photo studio and private … Continue reading Hamilton’s First Coworking Space for Artists and Creators