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Ontario Boosting Access to Primary Care

As part of the 2017 Budget, Ontario is helping more people across the province access teams of health care professionals, to ensure patients can receive comprehensive and personalized health care where they need it.

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Ontario Marks 50th Anniversary of College System

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Ontario’s College System, the province declared April 3 to 9, 2017 as Colleges Week and is making a new investment in each of Ontario’s 24 publicly assisted colleges ...

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Ontario Providing More Transit Funding for Oakville

Ontario is boosting support for Oakville, providing us with reliable, long-term funding to improve and expand local transit and offer more travel options for commuters and families.

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Helping Oakville Seniors Stay Active in their Communities

Ontario is helping seniors in Oakville continue to connect with and contribute to their communities by supporting local programs that help them stay involved, learn new skills and lead active lives.

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Town Council calls on Province to ban door-to-door sales activities

Council passed a motion on June 27, 2016 calling on the Province of Ontario to place a ban on door-to-door sales in the home services sector.

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Oakville’s Business Community Questions How Ontario’s new Cap and Trade will Impact Them

Oakville businesses are expressing concern and uncertainty around the Provincial government’s recent announcement on its planned implementation of a cap and trade system.

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Halton District School Board’s Elementary Progress Reports and P.A. Day information

As you may be aware, the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) reached a tentative agreement with the Ontario Public School Boards’ Association and the Ontario government ...

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Government is urged to protect Oakville’s Economy and Jobs under New Pension Act

The Oakville Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC), and a coalition of major Ontario employers are calling on the provincial government to broaden its definition of a comparable pension ...

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Sheridan College Embraces Provincial Initiative on Sexual Assault

Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario is working to finalize a new stand-alone Sexual Assault and Sexual Violence Policy and Protocol that will be in place by March 31, following the endorsement of these documents by ...

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Infrastructure Ontario withdraws its planning application for Merton Lands

Mayor Rob Burton, Town Councillors and I confirmed on September 3rd that Infrastructure Ontario has officially withdrawn its planning application for the Merton lands in WestOak Trails/Glen Abbey area.

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