March 2014 Archive

Events in Oakville: April 1, 2014

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Clinging to HOPE: Parenting Children with Mental Health Issues

Let me start by saying, that I am certainly not an expert in this area. My formal education is in Early Childhood Education, Adult Education and Parenting. I hold no certificates, degrees or diplomas in ...

Events in Oakville: March 31, 2014

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What is the relationship of suffering to sin? A Christian Perspective

When the disciples encounter a man who couldn’t see, Jesus is asked, “Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?” John 9:1-41 Jesus answered, “Neither this man nor his parents ...

Bullying Prevention Gala hosted by the Halton Catholic District School Board

On Wednesday, March 26, 2014, the Halton Catholic District School Board hosted a system-wide Bullying Prevention Gala. As part of the Board’s commitment to bullying prevention and intervention, the event served as the culmination of a system-wide campaign that was launched during Bullying Awareness and Prevention ...

Events in Oakville: March 30, 2014

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The New State-of-the-Art Oakville Hospital is over 65% complete

I am thrilled to report that the New State-of-the-Art Oakville Hospital is more than 65% complete. The Premier and I remain committed to transforming our health care system into one that delivers timely, affordable, patient-centered ...

Shedding Sadness for Safari Dreams: Oakville Helping the World

I look down at the tattered shoes that are obviously too big, the pants that are torn as well as too short, the man’s shirt resting on a boy’s shoulders and see nothing but potential. ...

Events in Oakville: March 29 2014

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Record numbers attended the 2014 Oakville Awards for Business Excellence

On Thursday March 27, the Oakville Awards for Business Excellence took place at the Oakville Convention Centre. A record number of nominees as well as a location filling crowd of 560 plus attendees energized the ...

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