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Bill C-45 MP John Oliver, Town Hall, August 2017, Cannabis

Bill C-45 – Legalization and Regulation of Cannabis

Oakville was host to a town hall meeting on Bill C-45 – the legalization and regulation of cannabis with the Honourable Jane Philpott, Minister of Health at the Operating Engineers Conference Centre on Wednesday, August ...

Proposed Bill C-51, Canadian Flag

Proposed Bill C-51 better protects sexual assault victims

Proposed Bill C-51 demonstrates the commitment of the Federal Government to ensuring that our criminal justice system protects Canadians, holds offenders to account, upholds the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and shows compassion for victims.

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Letter to the Editor: Reject the Carbon Tax & M-103

Dear MP Pam Damoff & MP John Oliver, As my representatives in Parliament I wish to express to you in no uncertain terms my absolute rejection of the following Government initiatives: The Carbon Tax M-103 ...

Students of Sheridan in Silhouette

Spurring innovation & encouraging the growth of Canadian businesses at Sheridan College

The Government of Canada will invest more than $6.3 million in eight projects at colleges across the country, including $763,183 for Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning’s Advanced Multimaterial Additive Manufacturing: Product and ...

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Oakville’s Canada Day 2016 in Bronte: Fireworks & Fun

Get ready for THE party of summer 2016 and it’s FREE. No admission charge required* for a superb day of fun in the sun! The over 200 business merchants of Bronte Village Business Improvement Area, ...

Syrian boys, whose family fled their home in Idlib, walk to their tent, at a camp for displaced Syrians, in the village of Atmeh, Syria,

Oakville’s Guide on how you can support Syrian Refugees

The federal government is working with Canadian organizations, private sponsors and all levels of government to help Syrian refugees resettle in Canada.

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Oakville Day of Mourning 2015

No one should say good bye to a loved one as they leave for work and never see them again because of a preventable death.

Vanessa with her father Terence Young MP Oakville

Vanessa’s Law unanimously passed in House of Commons

The Government of Canada welcomes amendments that would strengthen transparency in the proposed patient safety legislation Vanessa’s Law (Bill C-17).