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Tag Archive "donation"

Oakville Family Resiliency Fund

Oakville Family Doctor pledges $200K for Food Relief

A local Oakville Family Physician wants to inspire and challenge others with her personal pledge of $200,000 in support of Food Relief efforts, a gift made to the Oakville Resiliency Fund.

Oakville Meals on Wheels

Oakville Meals on Wheels receives $20K gift

A quiet gift speaks volumes – Oakville Meals on Wheels announced today its receipt of a generous donation of $20,000 from an Oakville family who wishes to remain anonymous. The donation will be used to ...

Holiday Giving

Make a difference this Holiday – donate

During this holiday, we celebrate with family and friends, while sitting down to delicious dinners, attending cocktail parties, and bringing in the New Year.

Sarah Dr. Ian Choy

Sarah saved by OTMH’s Dr. Ian Choy

The fear began the minute Sarah woke up after receiving a colonoscopy.

Middle aged white male in a park

David & STRIDE

Having majored in psychology, he knew what it meant if he said yes to the next check-box. It would mean he would be labelled. But as David went back to his hospital room, something nagged ...

Left to right: David Mayers, Ozone Systems International; Alpha King, Ozone Systems International; Greg Sage, Halton Region Paramedic Chief; Gary Carr, Halton Region Chair; Tim Bauer, St. John Ambulance; Gail Rogers with “Cookie” the guide dog, St. John Ambulance; Adam Lukomski, St. John Ambulance.

Halton Region donates ambulances during Paramedic Week

Halton Region is marking Paramedic Week, May 26 to June 2, by donating three decommissioned ambulances: one ambulance to St. John Ambulance, Oakville-Milton and Halton Hills Branch, and two ambulances to Ozone Systems International.

Letter to the Editor: Good News for Front Line Outreach

Dear Editor, Last night 6yr old Lola Hagerman presented a $500 cheque to local charity Front Line Outreach at a free community BBQ in Maurice & Margaret Drive neighbourhood. She asked her friends to donate ...

A,B… uh… F?: Literacy in Oakville

It’s as easy as A, B, C… or is it? According to The Excellence in Literacy Foundation, 42 per cent of Canadians are only semi-literate. They lack the skills required to read advertisements, legal documents, ...