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Black Creek Community Collaborative Coordinating Committee

The Black Creek Community Collaborative (BCCC) is a network of residents, service-providers, and community stakeholders whose mission is to build community capacity, promote self-sufficiency and sustainability, and enhance the quality of life for all in the Black Creek Community.

BCCC has five priority objectives:

  • Economic Independence and Stability
  • Development of Educational Services
  • Healthy, Safe and Aesthistic Space and Facilities
  • Enhancement of Information and Services
  • Showcasing the Black Creek Community


More information is available on the BCCC website:  www.blackcreekcc.ca


The Coordinating Committee manages the Black Creek Community Collaborative and facilities the monitoring, implementation and evaluation of the Black Creek West Community Action Plan.

Membership of the Coordinating Committee includes residents, representatives from local organizations and service providers, faith groups, businesses and other community stakeholders.

2012-2013 CO-Chair : Michelle Ashem & Susan Doyle

Resident Advisory Group

The Resident Advisory Group consists of Black Creek community residents and provides ongoing input and recommendations to the Black Creek coordinating Committee. This is an open group.

Our ACTION PLAN Priority Objectives

The Black Creek Community Collaborative focuses its work on the five priority objectives identified in the Community Action Plan of 2005.

  • Enhancement of Information and Services
  • Healthy, Safe and Aesthetic Space and Facilities
  • Showcasing the Black Creek Community
  • Development of Educational and Training Services
  • Economic Independence and Stability



  • City of Toronto, Service Development Investment Program (SDIP)

Political representatives