Housing is now a human right here in Canada. At Dixon Hall, it is our privilege to support people on their journeys towards housing, and we are thrilled to share we have housed 100 individuals within the first year of the pandemic.
Dixon Hall is pleased to announce the appointment of Carmen Clayton as the Director, Office of the CEO, Board Relations & Special Projects. In this role, Carmen will work closely with the CEO, the Leadership Team, and the Board to strategically position Dixon Hall as a key resource that responds quickly to the dynamic and constantly changing needs of the people in our city.
My name is Esther, I am 15 years old, and I am a Dixon Hall Music School student. I have been learning at the Music School for over eight years. Currently, I am taking piano and classical guitar lessons, and am a part of the senior choir.
Suzanne Labarge, a McMaster University chancellor emerita and alumna, is investing $5 million in research to help improve the lives of marginalized and at-risk seniors, a group that is not often seen and heard. Labarge’s gift will support the creation of the MIRA | Dixon Hall Centre, a unique partnership between the university’s McMaster Institute for Research on Aging (MIRA) and Dixon Hall, an established multi-service agency located in the heart of downtown Toronto.
As we mark the one-year anniversary of the start of our current global pandemic, it is important to reflect on how much and how deeply our community has been affected. Here at Dixon Hall, we are taking a moment to look back at the experiences and challenges that certainly tested us, but that also made us stronger as an organization, and as a community.
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