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Oakville North-Burlington Inaugural Young Women in Leadership Program

Inaugural Young Women in Leadership Program (YWIL) was hosted last week, which offered young women in Oakville North-Burlington and across Halton an opportunity to job-shadow in a local business, agency, organization, or government office.

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This weekend in Oakville: September 24 & 25, 2016

For the first weekend in Fall, Oakville will be humming. From Farmers’ Markets to Hope in High Heels, where the guys get to stroll in high heels for Halton Women’s Place, there is something for ...

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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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Halton Region awards $1.4 million to support community health and social service programs

On April 20, 2016, Regional Council approved almost $1.4 million in funding for community programs and projects to help enhance the health and well-being for all Halton residents.

Upcoming President Cindy Popp & President Debbie Morris at the Oakville Club

May Court Club of Oakville celebrates 60 years of Community Service

The May Court Club of Oakville is an organization with deep roots, rich in history, and made up entirely of volunteer women. The club gives service to and raises funds for the Halton community.

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Oakville Firefighter’s Annual Toy Drive: Your support makes a difference!

For over 23 years, the Oakville Professional Firefighters Association has helped make a difference through the collection and distribution of toy donations.

Men doing a high kick in high heels

Get Those Ankles Warmed Up, Gentlemen, Hope in High Heels is here again!

Ready to join Oakville’s troupe of anti-violence walkers? Ready to work towards an end to violence against women? Guys – come join Halton Women’s Place as individual walkers, or as part of a Hope in ...

Canadian Club of Halton Peel presented Ian Hamilton

Some people are born to write and Ian Hamilton, crime mystery writer and award-winning author of the Ava Lee novels, is one. The guest speaker at the dinner meeting of Canadian Club of Halton Peel, ...

As a society we must foster unabated respect for women

Halton Women’s Place is pleased to announce that the 5th annual Hope in High Heels event will be coming to downtown Oakville set for Sunday September 28, 2014.

Inside and Out conference will take place Thursday, April 17

Halton District School Board’s annual Inside and Out conference will take place on Thursday, April 17, 2014 at Robert Bateman High School (5151 New Street, Burlington). Registration will begin at 9 a.m., with the conference ...

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