When the pandemic struck CREW had been working with residents in Toronto’s St. James Town for more than four years.
Covid-19 has helped Canadians understand that the unequal distribution of green space, especially for those in high-rise neighbourhoods, is an equity issue.
Emergency preparedness and flooding in West Bend.
While Toronto battled extreme weather warnings and freezing rain, participants gathered on an unusually mild morning in Hamilton for a Resilient Hamilton workshop.
Helping those in need is in the DNA of faith communities. Now, faith groups across the GTA and beyond are working with a broad range of community partners to prepare their places of worship in becoming extreme weather hubs.
At the height of the December 2013 ice storm Lisa Levin was in charge of the north Toronto Circle of Care office, covering for staff who were on Christmas holidays. Lisa needed three things—fast: water, food and people.