Economic Prosperity - Social Inclusion - Meaningful Employment

As a catalyst for change, the Halton Community Benefits Network encourages both public and private sectors to adopt business practices that lead to Economic & Social Opportunity for Everyone and deliver bottom line benefits for the Halton Region businesses,public sector organizations & our citizens.

We present a more inclusive way to leverage money that governments have already committed to spend Community Benefits Agreements & Public Procurement Practices that contribute to our greater social good.


What's New At The Halton Community Benefits Network

 

Webinar: Cities Building Social Value: Social Procurement Strategies and CBA’s in Halton and Peel Regions

Positive social value initiatives, including social procurement strategies and Community Benefit Agreements, hold the promise of building more wealth within ...
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Halton group recognizes donors for supporting new community network

Halton group recognizes donors for supporting new community network

The new Halton Community Benefits Network (HCBN) is aptly-named since its mission is to help everybody in the region. Launched ...
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Halton Community Benefits Network; A Catalyst for Community-level Change

Halton Community Benefits Network; A Catalyst for Community-level Change

Halton Community Benefits Network: A Catalyst for Community-level Change (A variation of this blog was originally posted on the Cities ...
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ICYMI: There’s no better way to start your day than with Rick Mercer giving us the straight goods. Watch. Enjoy. Share. Then sign the petition to tell Tim Hortons to restore wages & working conditions: 15andFairness.org. ... See MoreSee Less

CBC News: The National

CBC News: The National
What’s it like to live on minimum wage?

We sat down with three men in Toronto who shared their stories of working full time for minimum wage and the tough choices they have to make.
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1 month ago

Halton Community Benefits Network
Big Think

Big Think
While Donald J. Trump and Hilary Clinton are busy discussing minimum wage, Jesse Ventura suggests the concept of a maximum wage!
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If you're being intimidated, abused, or having benefits clawed back at work, call the Workers' Action Centre @workersac at 1-855-531-0778. The number is good across Ontario. #minimumwage #15andFairness #IStandWithTimHortonsWorkers

If you're being intimidated, abused, or having benefits clawed back at work, call the Workers' Action Centre @workersac at 1-855-531-0778. The number is good across Ontario. #minimumwage #15andFairness #IStandWithTimHortonsWorkers

Today, representatives from @OFLabour, @HaltonPovertyRT, @WorkersAC, @fairwagesnow, @torontolabour, @DecentWorkHlth and more are at @TimHortons HQ to call for the fair treatment of workers and demand that the CEO & company respect the spirit on the law. #15andFairness

Today, representatives from @OFLabour, @HaltonPovertyRT, @WorkersAC, @fairwagesnow, @torontolabour, @DecentWorkHlth and more are at @TimHortons HQ to call for the fair treatment of workers and demand that the CEO & company respect the spirit on the law. #15andFairness
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