Kitchener-Waterloo has become a focus for the province because the current by-election can determine the balance of power at Queen’s Park. We want all parties to defend the best interests of everyone. We care about the growing economic inequality we see in our community.
All candidates in the September 6, 2012 Kitchener-Waterloo by-election are invited to meet with constituents to discuss issues that affect people and how the government of Ontario can invest in public services to ensure prosperity benefits everyone.
K-W Common Front is a coalition of community groups and labour unions that have come together to promote social justice and prosperity for everyone through adequate investment in public services and good jobs. We invite you to attend the following Kitchener-Waterloo by-election events and to pass this information along to your networks.
The Social Planning Council’s 2011 Annual Report and Financial Statements are now available on our website. These documents were presented at our Annual Meeting, held June 27 at the Walper Hotel in Kitchener. We help people: Get informed, Get involved, and Take Action!
The end of this years run at the Festival of Neighbourhoods is quickly approaching. Register your event before August 31 and you could win a special prize donated by our sponsors! Please read over the E-neighbour for more details.
The Social Planning Council of Kitchener-Waterloo is seeking an experienced, highly organized person to provide administrative support to ensure efficient operation of our organization.
Please join the Social Planning Council of Kitchener-Waterloo in celebrating community organizations that have contributed to digital inclusion in the Region at our Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, June 27, 2012 from 6:00-8:00pm. The meeting will take place in the Crystal Ballroom at the Walper Hotel (20 Queen St. S. Kitchener).
Yesterday, Social Planning Council of Kitchener-Waterloo joined over 13,000 other organizations across Canada in a website blackout.
On Wednesday February 29th, the Social Planning Council of Kitchener-Waterloo and its partners in the K-W Poverty Free Action Group hosted a forum to engage members of the Kitchener-Waterloo community to discuss and give input on the first three chapters of the Social Assistance Review Commission discussion paper.