By Staff

January 16th, 2023



Hate – it has become an issue. It has lways existed but we are seeing more and more of it.

Burlington recently had two young men, masked and putting up signs on the doors of city hall late at night.

Two young men approaching city hall with hate literature they pasted on the front doors.

On Wednesday February 22nd, 2023 at 1pm, Ontario Tech University Centre on Hate, Bias, and Extremism will be hosting a virtual webinar featuring Kimberly Cato of True Roots Counselling Service and Kara Hart of the John Howard Society of Peel-Halton-Dufferin, who will open a window into the reality of hate crime and incidents in the Halton region and the effect hate has on victims and the community.

The findings of a community research project studying the prevalence and impact of hate in Halton Region will be presented and participants will be provided with information regarding tools and actionable, evidence-based ideas that can help reduce hate crime in the region and mitigate the impact of hate on victims and equity deserving communities.

This event is free and registration is available through Eventbrite: Click HERE to register for this free and important event.


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