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Halton Regional Chair Gary Carr, Primary Care Paramedic Adam Sellors, Primary Care Paramedic Justin Mlynaryk and Chief/Director of Paramedic Services Greg Sage

Halton Region paramedics recognized for excellence in National Paramedic Competition

On April 8, 2017, two Halton Region Paramedic Services teams participated and received top honours at the National Paramedic Competition in Ottawa, reflecting Halton Region’s commitment to community safety.

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Here’s to a clean and green 2017

Happy New Year from Halton Region! As we enter a new year, it is an opportunity to make positive changes in our daily lives, including how we impact the natural environment.

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Oakvillegreen mobilizes community against Saw-Whet Development

Last week the outcome of the Saw Whet Golf Course that was purchased as a development site received approval despite a strong sentiment against it, by the local Ward 4 Councillor Allan Elgar and OakvilleGreen. ...

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Resources to support active, healthy living are just a click away

Every day we hear about the importance of maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle and all of the great benefits of regular physical activity, healthy eating and healthy lifestyle choices. From news reports to advertisements ...

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Looking for work in Oakville?

Halton Region is hosting its third job fair of 2016 on Wednesday, October 19, 2016 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Burlington Convention Centre. Job seekers are invited to bring their resumes and prepare ...

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Halton Region awards over $200,000 to food security programs

On July 13, 2016, Regional Council approved $212,500 in funding for 13 community programs and projects that will support the health and well-being of Halton residents that have inadequate access to food.

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How Oakville’s Public Sector stacks up on the 2016 Sunshine List

Ontario’s Sunshine List 2016 for 2015 public sector income earners making in excess of $100,000 has come out, and it includes Oakville’s civil servants and local politicians. So if you were wondering where your property ...

Investments in Halton Region’s transportation system ensures a safe, efficient and well-maintained road network

Regional Council recently received the 2015 Transportation Progress Report, which affirmed an investment of nearly $1.4 billion over the next 10 years for transportation and road safety.

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Extreme Cold Weather Alert issued for Oakville: Wednesday, February 17, 2016

An Extreme Cold Weather Alert has been issued for the Town of Oakville by the Halton Region Health Department for the night of Wednesday, February 17.

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Working with provincial leaders on Halton’s growth challenges

Members of Regional and Local Councils attended the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) annual conference in Niagara Falls, where they met with Provincial leaders to discuss the critical issues facing Halton Region. A key ...

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