December 2013 Archive

Events in Oakville: January 1, 2014

Events: New Year’s Day

Events in Oakville: December 31, 2013

Events: New Year’s Eve

Trails and woodlots remain closed until further notice for public safety

Due to the risk of falling tree limbs, residents are advised that town trails and woodlots will remain closed until further notice. Park cleanup is scheduled to begin in January after priority calls are completed. ...

Working Close to Home is EASIER than you think

If you are a fellow commuter, you have probably spent a lot of time dreaming about what it would be like to have a 10 minute commute instead of the hour of slogging you usually ...

Events in Oakville: December 30, 2013


Region lifts 3-bag garbage bag limit & enhances brush collection

In order to assist with clean-up efforts after last weekend’s ice storm, Halton Region is lifting the three-bag limit for garbage pick-up, allowing households to place as much as six bags of garbage for collection ...

Schools offering Grade 1 Parent Information Sessions in January 2014

The Halton District School Board takes pride in offering excellent Grade 1 programs to students in their communities. Every school in the Halton District School Board with Grade 1 will be running Parent Information Sessions ...

Old Year’s Resolutions: A Christian Perspective

I like to get a head start on my New Year’s Resolutions. In the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day, I sort, organize, clean like it’s spring, and exercise like I’m getting ready to ...

Events in Oakville: December 29, 2013


FIRST Robotics kick-off event taking place January 4, 2014

The Halton District School Board will be hosting its 2014 For Inspiration and Recognition in Science and Technology (FIRST) Robotics kickoff next month. Approximately 400 students, teachers, community mentors and parents are expected to attend ...

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