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  • AWWCA | Ainslie Wood/Westdale Community Association of Resident Homeowners Inc.
    AWWCA entered into a formal partnership with McMaster University and the Westdale Business Improvement Area to form the Campus Town Association The CTA s vision is to develop our community as the model for campus towns in Canada and ultimately to become the best campus town in North America The AWWCA is also an active member of the Town and Gown Association of Ontario TGAO We encourage you to become a member of the AWWCA which will entitle you to vote at our meetings and to receive newsletters and optional e mail updates These are an excellent source of information about our community that the local newspapers do not provide and connect you to resources to help you improve your neighbourhood and quality of life At present there are approximately 540 members and every voice especially yours is important If you wish to join please complete a membership form and return it with the membership fee to the address indicated Perhaps you have seen our sign in the windows of houses in the area and have wondered what it means It is a way of raising our profile in the community to let others know that we care about our community and to encourage others to care as well You are encouraged to display a Because We Care sign in your window please request one in the space provided on your membership form Joining the AWWCA may well be the easiest way for you to stay informed about neighbourhood issues and to have a way to participate Many members have experienced positive results by working together to deal with their concerns rather than trying to solve them on their own The AWWCA board of directors holds its monthly meetings at 7 p m on the first Monday of each month

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  • News/Articles | AWWCA
    university for Highway Traffic Act infractions including those riding in the dark without lights The McMaster Continue reading Posted in Featured News Articles Comments Off Good Student Neighbour Awards Posted on March 30 2015 by admin Congratulations to all of this year s winners http dailynews mcmaster ca article exceptional student neighbour awards honour community minded students Posted in News Articles Comments Off The story of the West Hamilton community 1796 1930 Posted on November 6 2014 by admin AWWCA David Hitchcock discovered and scanned this article from 1973 written by Stanley Jones It covers almost 150 years of history of Ainslie Wood Westdale West Hamilton 1796 to 1930 Posted in News Articles Comments Off 2015 2016 Education Funding Consultation Letter Posted on October 22 2014 by admin Attached is a response to the Ministry of Education from The Board of Trustees regarding a Ministry consultation regarding financial savings which featured school closures 2015 16 Education Funding Consultation Letter Posted in News Articles Comments Off St George s Book Club 2014 2015 Season Posted on August 23 2014 by admin Mondays 7 00 p m at St George s Reformed Episcopal Church 134 Emerson St tel 905 540 1240 October 20 Shakespeare s The Tempest and Robertson Davies Tempest Tost November 10 Poems by Dylan Thomas December 8 Celebration in Words and Music January 12 2015 Joseph Conrad s The Secret Agent February 9 2015 Continue reading Posted in Events News Articles Comments Off Summer Safety Bulletin Posted on July 31 2014 by admin Sgt Ciarmoli of the Hamilton Police Service has sent out the following Summer Safety Bulletin It s shaping up to be a wonderful summer for those who live work and play in the City of Hamilton and the Hamilton Police Continue reading Posted in News Articles Comments Off Hamilton s Public Bike Share System Posted on May 21 2014 by admin Hamilton s public bike share system is launching this July with 750 bicycles and over 100 stations Please sign up for the SoBi Hamilton email list in order to receive occasional updates including announcements deals promotions and system updates Eager to ride Founding Memberships Continue reading Posted in News Articles Comments Off Churchill Park Teaching Gardens Crowdfunding Campaign Posted on May 4 2014 by admin Last year a peace garden labyrinth was added to the Apothecary s and Plant Lover s Gardens that are already being cared for by the Teaching Gardens volunteers Thanks to the time and energy of many generous volunteers we were able to complete the Continue reading Posted in News Articles Comments Off Bryan Prince Bookseller Spring 2014 Events Schedule Posted on March 15 2014 by admin Click here to download the events schedule Posted in News Articles Comments Off Call for Applications for the Ward 1 2014 Participatory Budgeting Advisory Committee Posted on January 15 2014 by admin You are invited to apply to become a member of the Ward 1 Participatory Budgeting Advisory Committee PBAC to advise Councillor McHattie

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  • Events | AWWCA
    Noise Signs Traffic Property Taxation Graffiti WestFest and KidsFest Proposed Sign Bylaw Student Behaviour Town and Gown Association of Ontario Can the Butts Adopt Your Block Community Cleanups Board of Directors Presidents of the AWWCA FAQ Nomination Forms Become a Member AWWCA Membership Application Why Live in Ainslie Wood Westdale Karen Young Soraya Erian Cathie Costanzo Ruthann Stanhope Alice Sabourin Valerie Minden Michael Bordin Jeanne Bernard Paul Faure Trish Strung Photo Gallery Ainslie Wood Streets AWWCA Appreciation BBQ 2007 Boulevards Churchill Park Activities Community Cleanups Community Gardens Cootes Trail Green Spaces around Ainslie Wood Westdale Laneways and Rail Trail McMaster University and Off Campus Residence Our Community s Preschool Groups Our Community s Schools RBG Fishways Westdale Village The Aviary Trick or Eat 2007 Westdale Streets McMaster PJ Parade 2011 Community Resources 17th AGM agenda and minutes 15th AGM Materials 14th AGM Materials slideshow minutes reports 13th AGM Materials slideshow minutes reports 12th AGM Materials including community slideshow Useful Websites Useful Numbers Submit Bylaw Concern Hamilton Health Sciences Right Place Best Care Access to Best Care Contact Calendar of Events March 2016 January February March April May June July August September October November December 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

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  • Essays | AWWCA
    essay from the Autumn 2009 newsletter Please see page 30 of the newsletter for references Download The TH B Railway in West Hamilton 246 6 KB Author Malcolm J A Horsnell Posted in Essays Comments Off Hamilton s Oldest House Posted on April 10 2011 by admin This is the story of a house built in our community It is the oldest surviving house from Hamilton and might be described as the cornerstone of West Hamilton s history Download Hamilton s Oldest House 1 5 MB Author Loreen Jerome Posted in Essays Comments Off Hillfield School Posted on April 10 2011 by admin Hillfield Strathallan College on Hamilton mountain was situation in our neighbourhood between 1930 and 1962 Download Hillfield School 1 6 MB Author Loreen Jerome Posted in Essays Comments Off Sunken Gardens Posted on April 10 2011 by admin In 1927 the City of Hamilton secured 400 acres of exceptional Westdale land consisting of ravine lands and adjacent water lots in Cootes Paradise in lieu of debts owed by the land development company McKittrick Properties Download Sunken Gardens 1 7 MB Author Loreen Continue reading Posted in Essays Comments Off Westdale Memories Posted on April 10 2011 by admin Memories of Westdale from Charles Houghton Download Westdale Memories 2 2 MB Author Loreen Jerome Posted in Essays Comments Off Westdale Name Contest Posted on April 10 2011 by admin The story of Westdale s name Download Westdale Name Contest 1 9 MB Author Brian Henley Posted in Essays Comments Off The Buttrums Posted on April 10 2011 by admin An essay covering the history of the Buttrum family in the Westdale area Download The Buttrums 967 8 KB Author Loreen Jerome Posted in Essays Comments Off Westdale s Own Ring Posted on April 10 2011 by admin The

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  • About the AWWCA | AWWCA
    Care Access to Best Care Contact About the AWWCA The Association is a volunteer non profit association sustained by the energy of volunteers and by fees and donations from members and friends of the AWWCA The AWWCA was established in September 1998 as a volunteer nonprofit association Our mission is to preserve protect and enhance the environment of the Ainslie Wood Westdale community and the quality of life for all residents as well as to organize and lobby on behalf of the interests of members of the association We provide a forum for resident homeowners to communicate their concerns with a collective voice to the City of Hamilton McMaster University and other municipal groups and relevant jurisdictions in Ontario In 2004 the AWWCA entered into a formal partnership with McMaster University and the Westdale Business Improvement Area to form the Campus Town Association The CTA s vision is to develop our community as the model for campus towns in Canada and ultimately to become the best campus town in North America The AWWCA is also an active member of the Town and Gown Association of Ontario TGAO We encourage you to become a member of the AWWCA which will entitle you to vote at our meetings and to receive newsletters and optional e mail updates These are an excellent source of information about our community that the local newspapers do not provide and connect you to resources to help you improve your neighbourhood and quality of life At present there are approximately 540 members and every voice especially yours is important If you wish to join please complete a membership form and return it with the membership fee to the address indicated Comments are closed Search for Gallery Featured Items The AWWCA s 17th Annual General Meeting Join us for

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  • History of the AWWCA | AWWCA
    Loreen Jerome s first essay for a new section of the newsletter The Way We Were appears in the autumn 2001 issue The City of Hamilton includes the AWWCA on notices of applications for variances Loreen sorts through them on behalf of the neighbourhood Two successful interventions by executive committee members are the result Executive committee member Carolyn Kinsley writes a letter to the Committee of Adjustment and attends the hearing to help defeat a variance application by Vector to erect a large double faced rooftop billboard at 1685 Main St W On Nov 19 2001 the AWWCA is incorporated under the laws of the Province of Ontario On to 2002 The AWWCA meets with Mayor Bob Wade and points out McMaster s draft campus plan does not include student housing on or off campus and asks him to introduce bylaws to control the conversion of single family houses to rental units It was noted that the McMaster Area Task Force Report states that a reduction in the concentration of student housing is necessary to maintain balanced neighbourhoods The AWWCA also raises concerns with the city and the university about the approaching double cohort in 2003 AWWCA members Bob and Michelle Edmonds volunteer their expertise to redesign and lay out the newsletter The board chooses a name for the newsletter Neighbourhood News Views The new format launched with the spring issue includes a masthead for the first time It shows Janet Woodward as newsletter coordinator Carolyn Kinsley as copy editor and Malcolm Horsnell as editorial consultant After being denied a variance in 2001 Vector applies for a variance at 1685 Main St W for another type of billboard 49 per cent larger Phyllis and Warren Tresidder attend the Committee of Adjustment to present the AWWCA s letter of objection and respond on behalf of the AWWCA This application is also denied George R Allan School celebrates its 75th anniversary and the AWWCA gives it coverage in the spring issue of Neighbourhood News Views The AWWCA meets with MPP David Christopherson to discuss among other things the noise and lights from Highway 403 that disturb nearby residents Mr Christopherson had previously asked for a noise study He pursues the issue and announces in September that light baffles will be installed The city places signs at 23 combinedsewer overflows warning of possibly contaminated water After two community meetings sponsored by the AWWCA the city announces it is prepared to do an environmental assessment and endorses the establishment of a Community Advisory Committee made up of volunteers from Ward 1 The AWWCA joins the Federation of Urban Neighbourhoods an umbrella group of community associations in Ontario formed to give a strong unified voice at the provincial level The city begins a study for a secondary plan for Ainslie Wood and Westdale to control future land use including redevelopment This initiative is welcomed by the AWWCA which since its inception had lobbied for such a plan The AWWCA s first annual spring cleanup is spearheaded by Dmitri Malakhov a Grade 12 student at Westdale Secondary School Phyllis Tresidder is one of the four judges who chose the new name Chedoke Cootes for Ward 1 At the annual general meeting Friends of the AWWCA is introduced as a new class of membership The revised constitution and bylaws are introduced and passed Craig and Kleri Warren are presented with the first Because We Care Award which is highlighted in the winter 2002 issue of Neighbourhood News Views And Then It Was 2003 The AWWCA s second annual spring cleanup is held on April 26 It is organized by student Dmitri Malakhov one of the AWWCA s newest members having just reached the minimum membership age of 18 The McMaster Students Union works with the City of Hamilton waste management division to sponsor the second dump and run for pickup of household items discarded by students moving out of the neighbourhood the AWWCA advertises it in the spring issue of Neighbourhood News Views The Ainslie Wood Westdale Secondary Plan the Transportation Master Plan and the Infrastructure Master Plan are expected to be completed by June 2003 ASPECT Ainslie Wood Westdale Secondary Plan Executive Committee and Team a Citizen s Advisory Committee includes board members Phyllis Tresidder and Michael Bordin The AWWCA formally opposes to city council a proposed bus fare increase arguing for sustainable principles The AWWCA receives national press coverage when The National Post cites a story about the double cohort from the autumn 2002 issue of Neighbourhood News Views and the CBC interviews past president Phyllis Tresidder on housing pressures created by the double cohort The AWWCA follows through on recommendations from professional planner Ed Fothergill hired in the spring of 2002 which include holding quarterly meetings with the Ward 1 councillor City planning staff agree to meet with the AWWCA to review and hear comments on site plan applications Developers and city staff now realize it is good practice to consult the AWWCA before major development applications are made in our neighbourhood The AWWCA supports and promotes Trees Count a program of Environment Hamilton to gather information about our community s trees A comprehensive tree inventory of 1 391 trees in Westdale is carried out in the summer by more than 30 community volunteers most of whom are AWWCA members Our community was the first in Canada to have this program Liz Millar s term of office as president ends September 2003 She is recognized for expanding the AWWCA s contacts with other university cities and for representing the AWWCA at the Federation of Urban Neighbourhoods community workshops Neighbourhood Watch the Graffiti Abatement Project and meetings with the mayor city officials and McMaster University s administration and students Rob Payne is voted in as president Rob discusses issues surrounding student housing at length in an article in the fall 2003 newsletter On campus student housing has declined to 20 per cent of full time students from 24 per cent in 1980 Rob meets with McMaster s vice president of student affairs to discuss student housing issues and urges the university to include future housing requirements in its planning documents and share these with the surrounding residential community The Westdale Village Policing Centre opens to assist community members including students City council passes new backyard and property standards bylaws 2003 brings us to the completion of five years as an association Bring on 2004 New Ward 1 Councillor Brian McHattie reports on his work with the university administration to prepare a student housing plan using a participatory model The AWWCA has three board members on the McMaster President s Advisory Committee on Community Relations Mr McHattie arranges a meeting with new Mayor Larry DiIanni AWWCA board members and representatives of local MPP Judy Marsales We identify student housing as a primary issue for residents of Ward 1 The mayor expresses interest in our suggestion of a downtown campus AWWCA member Jurek Kolasa reports on the work of a lobby group of residents who live adjacent to the soon to becompleted McMaster Learning and Discovery Centre Their intervention produces a more attractive building In May the third annual AWWCA sponsored spring cleanup and the first annual rail trail cleanup take place The spring 2004 issue of Neighbourhood News Views reports the findings of Environment Hamilton s Trees Count audit done in the summer of 2003 Community volunteers most of them AWWCA members gathered information on 1 391 trees in Westdale Ten community members form a committee of the AWWCA to review the Trees Count report and make recommendations about appropriate actions to protect and enhance Westdale s urban forest The AWWCA keeps in contact with Waterloo and Kingston and Waterloo hosts a Town and Gown Symposium Kenneth Sherman the AWWCA s representative on the Transportation Master Plan recommends traffic calming and bike lanes for Westdale and they are included in the plan and later installed The AWWCA suggests that the McMaster Students Union and McMaster University administration could improve the safety of off campus student housing by encouraging student renters who feel they are living in unsafe conditions to let city inspectors inside emulating a model at the University of New Brunswick where the student union visits each prospective offcampus student house to approve it before it can be included in the university s listings After five hearings over six years before the Ontario Municipal Board McMaster s decision to sever and sell greenspace along Main Street West between Dalewood and Forsyth Avenues is overturned This is due to the intervention and leadership of AWWCA president emerita Phyllis Tresidder The City of Hamilton names AWWCA police liaison Betty Bechtel Woman of the Year for community service AWWCA president Liz Millar is presented with certificates from the City of Hamilton and the AWWCA for her community service MPP David Christopherson presents the AWWCA with a framed certificate congratulating the association on its fifth anniversary The AWWCA recognizes the contributions of Linda and Rick Grigg as they move out of the community At its Pinnacle Awards ceremony the Canadian Public Relations Society presents Bob and Michelle Edmonds with an award of merit for Neighbourhood News Views and certificates of recognition to Malcolm Horsnell Carolyn Kinsley and Janet Woodward for their work on the newsletter The AWWCA and Mr McHattie meet with representatives from CP Rail The company agrees to move their stockpile of smelly railway ties to an area away from nearby homes allowing residents a more pleasant summer experience in their backyards Halfway Through the Decade 2005 Under the leadership of AWWCA president Rob Payne the AWWCA enters into a formal partnership with McMaster University and the Westdale BIA to form the Campus Town Association see banner a not for profit organization focusing on improving the quality of life for all residents The strategy is to find ways to combine McMaster s international reputation for innovation with the many skills of people living in the community The vision is to develop our neighbourhood as the model for campus towns in Canada In February again through Rob s leadership Guelph Kingston Ottawa and Windsor come together with Hamilton to form the Town and Gown Association of Ontario The AWWCA is the first official member A symposium in Guelph has Hamilton well represented with attendees from McMaster the Hamilton Police Service the Mohawk College neighbourhood and Councillors Brian McHattie and Terry Whitehead AWWCA member Penny Palmer organizes a volunteer group to initiate a splash pad in Churchill Park They hold a community meeting gather signatures on a petition and fundraise In the spring the AWWCA launches a contest to select the area s most popular asset accompanied by stories from three members on why they chose to live in this area Winning entries are published and prizes announced in the autumn issue of Neighbourhood News Views and posted at awwca ca The Ainslie Wood Westdale plans including the Official Plan Amendment to adopt the secondary plan the community strategy and zoningbylaw amendments are approved by Hamilton s planning and economic development committee on July 5 and approved by council on July 13 One of the key aspects of the community plan calls for intensification along major arteries such as Main Street West to allow threeor four storey development with commercial use on the ground floor and housing above The intent is to provide student housing in appropriate areas and reduce student housing in single family homes For three years AWWCA members and board members have been volunteering hundreds of hours representing the AWWCA on ASPECT Ainslie Wood Westdale Secondary Plan Executive Committee and Team A community forum is jointly hosted by the McMaster President s Advisory Committee on Community Relations the MSU the City of Hamilton the AWWCA the Westdale BIA and the Hamilton Police Service Representatives sign a 2005 policing plan with four goals in mind reducing graffiti reducing property crimes improving road safety and identifying and addressing disorderly persons In addition bicycle officers are deployed on Friday and Saturday nights from late September to the end of October to spot liquor violations and to identify large parties likely to violate the noise bylaw AWWCA board member Dmitri Malakhov the Westdale BIA and Staff Sgt Scott Rastin organize a graffiti removal day McMaster starts building a 390 bed residence on campus Mr McHattie is instrumental in reviving the City of Hamilton s treeplanting program Three hundred native trees are planted in Churchill Park in addition to 467 trees planted in the neighbourhood This follows several years of co operation between AWWCA members and other area residents various environmental groups and the city In 2002 a 300 year old oak on Barclay Street had to be cut down a replacement oak is planted in June of 2005 as a result of the efforts of the Westdale Tree Committee a committee of the AWWCA formed in 2004 AWWCA members campaign to encourage homeowners to accept free city trees The AWWCA promotes Tonnes for Trees a program to reduce greenhouse gases and the goal is exceeded A program to help residents garden without pesticides Green Yards Healthy Neighbourhoods is launched with Joyce Killin as the AWWCA s liaison Board member Carolyn Kinsley writes to the co chairs of the Royal Botanical Gardens review committee expressing our concerns about the future of Churchill Park The AWWCA introduces a new format for the annual general meeting so that members can meet one on one with city police and McMaster representatives before the formal meeting 2006 Another Huge Year The Hamilton Police Service HPS adds the new position of West Town crime manager and launches Operation Hush to deal with noisy pedestrian traffic Warning signs are posted in the community so that offenders can be issued a fine on the spot The AWWCA recognizes Staff Sgt Scott Rastin for his work developing and implementing many new initiatives for our neighbourhood These include the community enhancement report where community members can submit concerns or identify positive situations worthy of recognition and forging a partnership between the university the MSU and the HPS to provide additional patrols on weekends around the university Responding to a sudden spike in break and enters in Ainslie Wood and Westdale Sgt Rastin sets up a special squad that succeeds in decreasing these crimes compared to the previous year He collaborates annually with community partners to develop a police business plan He is recognized for his work with AWWCA board member Dmitri Malakhov to establish the Adopt A Box Program for graffiti reduction launched in 2005 Sgt Rastin initiates an off campus student restorative justice program called the Community Accountability Program The MSU and McMaster administration provide funding for two years Volunteers from the AWWCA help form a panel to develop ways for students to make amends The spring community cleanup celebrates five years of community residents helping to tidy up their neighbourhood The Edmonds who designed and laid out Neighbourhood News Views on a voluntary basis from 2001 to 2006 move out of the community and the newsletter is contracted out once again The AWWCA launches its own website at awwca ca and the Town and Gown Association of Ontario launches its website at tgao ca These are two great resources for information about our neighbourhood and similar neighbourhoods Residents concerns with the Welcome Week pajama parade prompt the AWWCA to write to the MSU This results in a meeting with the MSU president and promises of changes for the 2006 fall parade The AWWCA is represented on the parade committee by board member Janet Woodward Councillor Brian McHattie fast tracks Churchill Park s splash pad and the city completes it in September Thanks to AWWCA board members Loreen Jerome and Carolyn Kinsley the AWWCA influences the new city sign bylaw in four areas posters will be allowed only at designated information kiosks or on approved poster sleeves new rooftop signs will be banned flashing or animated signs will be banned except as specifically permitted under the bylaw all mobile sign operators must be licensed Details of the new purpose built student complex being erected on the site of the old CNIB building are unveiled The project is expected to be the first multi use residential building in Canada to have LEED Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design platinum status a rigorous environmental designation Another proposed project on Ewen Road to house 560 students raises concerns including height and inadequate parking The AWWCA writes to Mr McHattie about residents concerns The pajama parade is a much better experience than in past years Among other things extra police patrol the parade route a bylaw officer ensures property standards are adhered to and student crews clean up the parade streets The Student Community Support Network provides handouts for students on community relations Community response is still mixed so the MSU and residents continue to collaborate on improving the experience for everyone The Adopt A Box program in its second year is promoted by AWWCA board member Dmitri Malakhov It has been so successful that most of this year s cleanup involved garbage pickup rather than graffiti removal New AWWCA board member Ira Rosen forms a committee of the AWWCA to work with the city McMaster University and community members to help improve enforcement of and response times to property standards bylaws The AWWCA partners with the City of Hamilton the HPS the MSU McMaster University and the Westdale BIA to recognize students who make a positive contribution to the community A record of 502 paid up members of the AWWCA is set in March Issues Come to a Head in 2007 The building of a new stadium on campus highlights a long time neighbourhood concern the university s lack of an internal traffic plan and its illegal use of neighbourhood streets for heavy trucks Led by AWWCA president Rob Payne community meetings highlight the university s awareness as far back as 2000 that the Sterling Street entrance did not meet the city

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  • Mission Statement | AWWCA
    Cleanups Community Gardens Cootes Trail Green Spaces around Ainslie Wood Westdale Laneways and Rail Trail McMaster University and Off Campus Residence Our Community s Preschool Groups Our Community s Schools RBG Fishways Westdale Village The Aviary Trick or Eat 2007 Westdale Streets McMaster PJ Parade 2011 Community Resources 17th AGM agenda and minutes 15th AGM Materials 14th AGM Materials slideshow minutes reports 13th AGM Materials slideshow minutes reports 12th AGM Materials including community slideshow Useful Websites Useful Numbers Submit Bylaw Concern Hamilton Health Sciences Right Place Best Care Access to Best Care Contact Mission Statement The mission of the AWWCA To preserve protect and enhance the Ainslie Wood Westdale community environment and the quality of life for all residents To provide a forum and a structure to organize communicate lobby and pursue the needs of the members of the Association To represent and advocate the interests of the Association to municipal or other governments institutions or individuals wherever necessary and possible To enhance communication between Association members and other groups regarding issues that affect the Association s neighbourhoods To communicate with other neighbourhood organizations within the City of Hamilton and other municipal jurisdictions as warranted Comments are closed Search for Gallery Featured Items The AWWCA s 17th Annual General Meeting Join us for the AWWCA s 17th Annual General Meeting on September 21st at St Cuthbert s Presbyterian Church beside Cootes Paradise Elementary Registration begins at 5 30pm Read More Upcoming Events There are no upcoming events at this time Recent News and Articles See be seen and Operation Bike Guard Good Student Neighbour Awards The story of the West Hamilton community 1796 1930 2015 2016 Education Funding Consultation Letter St George s Book Club 2014 2015 Season Recent Essays Westdale Canada s First Planned Community The TH B Railway

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  • AWWCA Newsletters | AWWCA
    Aviary Trick or Eat 2007 Westdale Streets McMaster PJ Parade 2011 Community Resources 17th AGM agenda and minutes 15th AGM Materials 14th AGM Materials slideshow minutes reports 13th AGM Materials slideshow minutes reports 12th AGM Materials including community slideshow Useful Websites Useful Numbers Submit Bylaw Concern Hamilton Health Sciences Right Place Best Care Access to Best Care Contact AWWCA Newsletters The following are the AWWCA newsletters from 2002 to 2010 Newsletters are published and delivered to all members If you want to keep up to date with the latest community news please consider becoming a member Autumn 2010 pdf file 6 4 MB Spring 2010 pdf file 3 7 MB Autumn 2009 pdf file 5 2 MB Spring 2009 pdf file 19 2 MB Autumn 2008 pdf file 6 8 MB Spring 2008 pdf file 6 7 MB Autumn 2007 pdf file 1 4 MB Spring 2007 pdf file 1 6 MB Autumn 2006 pdf file 1 4 MB Spring 2006 pdf file 1 9 MB Autumn 2005 pdf file 1 9 MB Spring 2005 pdf file 2 0 MB Autumn 2004 pdf file 1 2 MB Spring 2004 pdf file 1 1 MB Autumn 2003 pdf file 881 1 KB Spring 2003 pdf file 1 1 MB Winter 2002 pdf file 1 4 MB Autumn 2002 pdf file 1 8 MB Spring 2002 pdf file 1 3 MB Comments are closed Search for Gallery Featured Items The AWWCA s 17th Annual General Meeting Join us for the AWWCA s 17th Annual General Meeting on September 21st at St Cuthbert s Presbyterian Church beside Cootes Paradise Elementary Registration begins at 5 30pm Read More Upcoming Events There are no upcoming events at this time Recent News and Articles See be seen and Operation Bike Guard Good Student Neighbour Awards The

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