NEWS + EVENTS
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New Regent Park gathering space officially launched

On June 21, the Regent Park neighbourhood enjoyed the longest day of the year out in the sunshine. And, with local musicians, artists, politicians, vendors, they celebrated a community dream many years in the making – the launch of the new 6 acre green space, Regent Park! The new Regent Park is a centerpiece for […]

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CRC Volunteer Recognition Event 2014

On May 22, CRC celebrated our volunteers at our annual Volunteer Recognition Event. Volunteers are essential members of the CRC team, and we rely on their ongoing dedication and support to run the programs and services that CRC has to offer. The evening began with mingling among staff and volunteers, while they enjoyed food and […]

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Never too late to graduate

by Michelle Brown, CRC staff After two years of hard work and many years since he was a teenager, Lloyd Pike has finally graduated with a high school diploma. “CRC helped me rebuild my education and allowed me to develop new skills through volunteering and giving back to my community. I’m very proud of my […]

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Community Gardens in Regent Park

With springtime finally here, we are once again excited about gardening at CRC. And this year we will be expanding on CRC’s long tradition of supporting community gardening in the neighbourhood, through our partnership with Community Food Centres Canada and the launch of the Regent Park Community Food Centre at CRC We are eagerly watching […]

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Supporting Advocacy in the Community

The Community Action Training Program “I feel safe to speak when I am here and my confidence has increased.” “This group is creating advocates, right from the beginning, within our community.” This is how some participants have responded to the new Community Action Training Program of the Regent Park Community Food Centre at CRC. Launched […]

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The courage to write and find out who you are

by Katherine Haggart, Life Writing Class Volunteer Writing takes courage. You have to risk something about yourself to put your inner thoughts on paper. And that’s what happens on Tuesday mornings over coffee and snacks, when a small group of writers meet at CRC to share their personal stories. They come from different backgrounds and […]

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Art that Matters

by Kimberley Dodd, Art Drop-In Volunteer “I like painting and making art with flowers. It makes me feel good”, Margaret Birk says with a smile. Every Tuesday afternoon, in the Rogers Family Room, Margaret and a group of 5 to 10 people participate in a weekly Art Drop-In. This is an initiative I had the […]

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CRC’s Annual General Meeting, June 26

CRC cordially invites you to join us for our 2014 Annual General Meeting Thursday, June 26, 40 Oak Street 5:30 p.m. in the Rogers Family Room Light refreshments will be served Special Business – To update CRC’s bylaws At this meeting CRC’s (Toronto Christian Resource Centre) Bylaws will be updated. The Board of Directors has […]

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CRC’s Community Open House

CRC’s hosted a Community Open House for the Regent Park Neighbourhood on Thursday, April 10 from 3 to 6 p.m. It was an opportunity for neighbours to visit, enjoy some delicious snacks, meet each other, and find out what’s new at CRC. CRC’s many programs and activities were on full display at tables spread out […]

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Companion of CRC – Call for Nominations

Do you know someone who over the years has made a significant contribution to CRC? The Companion of CRC was established in 2014 and acknowledges those people whose extraordinary gifts of time, money, or expertise have made a significant difference to the work of CRC at 40 Oaks. A Companion of CRC could be: • […]

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