Tag Archive "may-2017"

The Pond - Watercolour, Art Exhibit

Art Exhibit: 36th Annual Joshua Creek Studio Show

Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre is pleased to announce its next art exhibit, the 36th Annual Joshua Creek Studio Show featuring the work of artists who visit the Centre each week.

Lake Ontario Flooding, Oakville, Ontario

Lake Ontario Flooding forces 2017 Children’s Festival move

As a result of Lake Ontario flooding at Coronation Park, the Town of Oakville is relocating the 2017 Oakville Children’s Festival to the grounds of the Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre (QEPCCC) on ...

2017 Land Rover Evoque

Oakville Drives: 2017 Range Rover Evoque: A Professional Driver’s Perspective

The Range Rover Evoque has been a popular compact luxury crossover in production since 2011. Some important changes were introduced to this model in 2014 that brought the Evoque’s driver assistance features more into the ...

People by a bus

“Sense of Belonging” Survey asks “How do you belong in Oakville?”

The Oakville Community Foundation launches the Sense of Belonging Survey on May 23, 2017 in partnership with the Town of Oakville and the YMCA of Oakville. This quick and easy survey’s goal is to understand how citizens ...

mosquito

Halton’s Larviciding Program for West Nile Virus Starts

Halton Region has begun its annual larviciding program to reduce the risk of West Nile virus (WNV) in the community.

Trucks being pulled over

In Oakville 47 Percent of 80 Commercial Vehicles pulled over FAILED!

The Halton Regional Police Service’s (HRPS) Oakville District Response Unit today announced results of its recent commercial motor vehicle safety blitz.

MP John Oliver with Senior Citizens

New Horizon funds programs for Seniors in Oakville

Seniors are an important part of our community, and their contributions, particularly within our volunteer sector, are invaluable.

Coronation Park

Oakville urges residents to use caution around waterfront

Lake Ontario levels continue to rise and with more rain expected this weekend, the Town of Oakville is urging residents to use caution around Oakville and Bronte Harbours.

Students at work

Six medals for Sheridan students at Skills Ontario competition

Sheridan students matched their best showing, bringing home six medals at the 28th-annual Skills Ontario competition held May 1 to 3, 2017 at the Toronto Congress Centre. The event – the largest skilled trade and ...

Dr. Ed Sykes, Professor of mobile computing and Primary Investigator; John Oliver, MP for Oakville; Enrique Ponce, Sheridan Student Union President and Dr. Janet Morrison, Sheridan’s Provost and Vice President Academic, pose at the announcement event celebrating federal funding for Sheridan’s Centre for Mobile Innovation.

Federal investment totals of $3.3 million for Sheridan College

Mobile computing and its supporting industries are pervasive in our society and the need for innovative solutions is pressing and immediate.

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