Halton Police Cram-A-Cruiser A Success Thanks to Oakville Residents

Halton Police Ford Explorer Packed with Food with Dog Detective Mascot
Halton Police Cram-A-Cruiser A Success Thanks to Oakville Residents

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Chantal Corner

Chantal Corner

Sergeant Chantal Corner is the Media Relations Officer for the Halton Regional Police Department. She grew up in Oakville and graduated from Loyola. She still resides in Oakville.

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On August 29, 2015, the Real Canadian Superstore and Loss Prevention partnered with the Halton Regional Police for a “Back to School” community event.

The event was hosted by the Great Canadian Superstore located at 201 Oak Park Blvd in the Town of Oakville and focused on bike safety, back to school lunch ideas and a Cram-A-Cruiser portion collecting non-perishable food products and school supplies.

What a success! Four cruisers were filled with a total of $1481.00 in donated food and school supplies.

All donations were delivered to:

  1. The Halton Women’s Place,
  2. The Kerr Street Mission (formerly Ministries), and
  3. Halton Housing (Community Outreach)

A cash donation was also made to the President Choice Children’s Charity.

Thank you to the Oakville community for such great generosity! #PayItForward

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