We believe the community is enhanced by the wisdom, experience and participation of older adults.
Help Shape Hamilton’s Transportation Brand
HAMILTON, ON – July 16, 2015 – The City of Hamilton is undergoing a branding and marketing exercise for its public transit network as part of a comprehensive strategy to create a positive brand and customer experience for transit and integrated mobility as attractive and competitive travel choices.
- how you get around Hamilton and the GTHA
- the quality of transportation services in Hamilton
- any suggested improvements to existing modes of travel
As part of the survey the public will also be asked to evaluate proposed branding concepts and how likely they may be to encourage more users. The survey is designed for everyone in Hamilton whether you drive a car, walk, take transit or cycle to your destinations.
Older Adult Peer Connector Program
The Peer Connector Program empowers volunteers to provide information and referrals about community resources, support programs and services available to seniors. Volunteers assist peers in accessing the information and services in order to support day to day life and improve overall health and well-being. Offered in partnership with the Hamilton Council on Aging and Information Hamilton. Funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
To volunteer with us, please contact:
Cadi Obermeyer, Volunteer Coordinator, Hamilton Public Library
For more information about the HCoA Peer Connector Program, contact:
Shelagh Kiely, Project Coordinator, Hamilton Council on Aging (HCoA)
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