Food at Dixon Hall: The Connecting Thread

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March

Food at Dixon Hall: The Connecting Thread

Dixon Hall has a long legacy of providing food to those in need – the agency started as a soup kitchen in 1929! Today, we’re examining the importance of food at DH, and the different ways we use it in our work with vulnerable populations.

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February

Where do I belong? Reflecting on the Significance of Black History Month

CEO Mercedes Watson shares her thoughts on the importance of black history month, and highlights some of her experiences as a black woman who immigrated to Canada.

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September

What resilience looks like: My first 90 days at Dixon Hall

Dixon Hall’s new CEO, Mercedes Watson reflects on her first 90 days at the agency and shares her candid thoughts on the resilience she’s witnessed in the Regent Park community.

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September

Addressing digital literacy gaps through short-term training interventions

Director of Employment Services, Haris Blentic shares how his team is adapting programs to the changing job market.

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August

Amplifying Impact: Overnight Camp’s Effects on Music School Students

Dixon Hall Music School’s overnight summer camp for students provides students with increased access to teachers resulting in significant progress in their skills.