October 2015 Archive

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A new Oakville French Middle & Secondary School to be built in College Park

Conseil scolaire Viamonde is pleased to announce that it has received $12.9 million from the Ministry of Education for a new building in Oakville for École secondaire Gaétan-Gervais, which will be a new French-language middle ...

Oakville Blades on the ice

Rookie Evan Brown Shines in First Game, Leads Oakville to 3-1 Win

The Oakville Blades started off the Halloween weekend with a big 3-1 victory over their local rivals from Mississauga.

Oakville Chamber of Commerce hosted the BDC Small Business Week 2015

The Oakville Chamber of Commerce hosted the BDC Small Business Week 2015 focusing on “Knock Down Barriers. Dare to Grow.”

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Happy Halloween: Oakville Events this Weekend: Oct 30 to Nov 1

Halloween always presents residents of Oakville with an array of fun activities. Friday starts with an Oakville tradition the Tiny Tot’s Parade, and then the weekend ends with the parade of pumpkins where the community ...

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Fugitive Friday: Halton Police is Looking for Donald Ray McGILL

It is week 28 for our “Fugitive Friday” initiative whereby the Halton Regional Police Service, Burlington station, is reaching out to the public to help locate wanted persons and hold them accountable for their actions. 

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Halton Region is ready to Gear up for Growth

Over 150 real estate professionals from the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) attended the 2015 Halton Real Estate Forum: Gear up for Growth, on Tuesday, October 27, 2015.

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Halton Catholic Students Continue to Do Well in Grade 9 Math Assessments

The Halton Catholic District School Board published today its Board and school results of the province-wide 2014-2015 EQAO Assessments for Grade 9 Mathematics. The results indicate that Halton Catholic secondary students are faring exceptionally well ...

Paleontologist David Evans “Hunting Dinosaurs in Western Canada”.

Paleontologist, David Evans, the Curator of the Royal Ontario Museum’s dinosaur collection, has answers to questions you might have forgotten to ask about dinosaurs. Guest speaker at a recent Canadian Club of Halton Peel dinner, ...

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Interested in a Career in Policing?

The Halton Regional Police Recruiting Bureau is launching their new Constable Recruitment video which will definitely turn one’s interest in policing into a career goal.

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Halton District School Board Grade 9 students perform well in math testing

Today the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) released results showing Halton District School Board students performing well in Grade 9 Academic and Applied Mathematics.

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