We invite you to SEE, HEAR, and JOIN the voices of St. James Town youth residents speaking out about their neighbourhood and its implications for their health!
Know Your Rights is a public legal education film that aims to provide people, and particularly youth from Jane-Finch, with: basic information about their rights when dealing with police; an understanding of powers of arrest, detention and search; strategies to deal with various situations relating to police contact; and an understanding of the recourse available […]
The St. James Town Festival (Saturday, June 5th) was a huge hit, with hundreds of visitors and great representation from community groups and politicians alike. Wellesley Institute’s very own St. James Town Initiative held a booth at the festival alongside the St. James Town Resident Action Group. The day was hot and sunny and filled […]
South Asian communities experience vast health inequities resulting in disproportionately poor health outcomes when compared with non-racialized and other Ontarian groups. The range and impact of these health inequities is examined in the report, A Diagnosis for Equity: An Initial Analysis of South Asian Health Inequities in Ontario by Council of Agencies Serving South Asians […]