Hamilton’s First Wheelchair Swing

All too often the responsibility lies on people with disabilities to adapt to the world around them. This swing says no. Having this swing in the playground says ‘there is a place for you here and the space you take up matters.

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To The Point

“Painter …. understood that the overall goal of removals, allotments, treaties, reservations and reserves, terminations, and relocation’s, was not simply to limit and control the movement of Native peoples, but more importantly to relieve them of their land base.”

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Header design by L. Pattison

What’s Your Point?

What are your stories of Crown Point? How have you played a part in its history? What are your languages, how do you celebrate, and what are your songs? What makes or has made these lands home for you?

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Photo by L. Pattison

HRIC – water teachings & morning smudge

Even through these unprecedented times, HRIC has been busy on their Facebook page offering programming from a daily virtual smudge, Mohawk language classes, making edible slime, learning Indigenous sign language, cooking, life skills, and so much more.

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Crown Point Community Garage Sale: Postponed

The reason for this letter is to let you know that we are postponing the Crown Point Garage Sale & Fundraiser from June 13th to another Saturday possibly in July, August or September depending on the guidance provided by our Ward 3 Councillor’s office and the word from he City of Hamilton’s
Emergency Operating Centre (EOC).

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Kenny’s Kids

Multiple pets perished in one home and one resident was treated for smoke inhalation. A close friend of the homes occupants has started a gofundme campaign titled ‘Kenny’s Kids’, in an effort to help this family of 7 get back on their feet from securing housing, and replacing their belongings which were all lost in the fire including beds for their kids.

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