2020 Vision
Congratulations to the Amnual Family
Hamilton Community Land Trust – Fall 2018 Update

Lessons of Brightside

Read Hamilton resident and Hamilton CLT supporter Simon Orpana’s excellent piece in The Hamilton Spectator about Heeding the Lessons of Brightside. Brightside was a community

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Born In Beasley Part 3

Photo By: Brett Klassen The article can be viewed here in PDF format. Time for another issue of Born in Beasley! In our last issue, John

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Born in Beasley Part 2

Photo By: Brett Klassen Part 2 can be read in PDF format here. Our last issue introduced readers to Hamilton historian John A. McCurdy and

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Five Year Plan

This past June, the HCLT released its formal 5-Year Action Plan. Compiled from 2 years of in-depth community research, the Action Plan lays out key

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Born In Beasley part 1

Photo by: Brett Klassen  Born in Beasley: A History of the Hamilton Community Land Trust The article can be viewed here in PDF format. Ever wonder

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Action Conference

Land Trust Action Conference

On Friday March 4, more than thirty community partners gathered in the Perkins Centre in East Hamilton for a 1/2-day conference to discuss creative solutions

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Why Have a CLT in Our Community

It’s undeniable that Hamilton is undergoing a transformation from an one-time industrial powerhouse that fell on hard times, to a dynamic and diverse post-industrial economy.

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The HCLT is a non-profit corporation that owns land in the name of citizens and leases it back to social-purpose organizations and individuals in order to help meet needs that are prioritized by the community.



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