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Vote Prosperity program urges businesses to lobby local candidates

The Oakville Chamber of Commerce launched a local letter writing campaign urging businesses to encourage their local provincial candidates to support the Ontario Chamber Network’s election platform, Vote Prosperity.

Letter to the Editor: Film.ca employees supported as wages increase

With the provincial government’s mandated minimum wage increased to $14.00 per hour, a mother and wife talks about her family’s employment experience with Film.ca.

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Tougher Penalties to Deter Drug-Impaired Driving

To help keep roads safe, Ontario plans to introduce new measures to make drug-impaired driving laws even tougher, which was announced on September 18, 2017.

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Male Ally Network ending Gender Based Violence

On Wednesday, August 16, 2017, SAVIS’ Male Ally Network (M.A.N.) hosted a roundtable discussion for male identified leaders from Halton to speak to the role men can play to end gender-based violence.

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Updated emergency health services benefits Oakville

Ontario is enhancing and modernizing its emergency health services system to provide people in Oakville with increased flexibility and more options for medical transportation and paramedic services, to ensure they are receiving the right care ...

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Keeping Oakville’s Health Care Professionals Safe on the Job

Ontario is continuing to enhance safety for health care professionals at work by implementing recommendations from the Workplace Violence Prevention in Health Care Report, released on May 15, 2017.

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Helping People in Oakville Get Active

Province Investing in 127 Provincial and Oakville Sport and Recreation Programs which received $85,775.

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Shingles Vaccine Free for Oakville Seniors

Ontario is reminding seniors who are turning 65 in 2017 that, starting January 1,2017 they will be eligible to get the shingles vaccine free of charge, saving them approximately $170 and helping them stay healthy.

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Accepting a new role for Ontario: Minister of Community Safety & Correctional Services

I am pleased to announce that effective immediately I will be assuming the role of Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services, replacing my long-time colleague David Orazietti who has stepped down from provincial politics.

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How Oakville’s Workplace is Changing according to MPP Kevin Flynn, Minister of Labour

On Friday, December 16, 2016 the Oakville Chamber of Commerce hosted the Ontario Minister of Labour, Oakville MPP Kevin Flynn, who provided insight about the Changing Work Place review.

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