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June 5th Oakville COVID-19 Update

This is the June 5th Oakville COVID-19 Update. The town of Oakville reported three new cases. Halton region reported five more cases across all municipalities. The province marked a record setting number of Covid-19 tests ...

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HDSB announces Oakville’s 2020 Students of Excellence

The Halton District School Board (HDSB) announced their 2020 Students of Excellence. One recipient is chosen from each school from all cities across the board, including 33 from Oakville.

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Ontario extends state of emergency to June 30th

The provincial legislature voted today to extend Ontario’s state of emergency by an additional 28 days. This June 30th extension grants the provincial government a continued ability to enforce emergency orders.

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Karen Baring, a helping hand for businesswomen

The Oakville business world is shifting all around us these days. To navigate this changing climate, local business owner Karen Baring has been spending her time mentoring and building community among female entrepreneurs.

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Oakville Financial Assistance available during COVID-19

As times are uncertain, COVID-19 brings about much risk. Risk when you step outdoors, risk when you visit public spaces, risk when you refuse to take your vitamins.


Keep Oakville a distinct municipality

Critics of our government’s review of regional governance are claiming that we have already made up our minds on the outcome of this review. That is simply not true. The following appeared recently on the ...

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Halton Climate Collective #EveryActionCounts Survey

The Halton Climate Collective (HCC) has taken a strong call action to transform the communities of Halton Region into a low-carbon, sustainable society. The first step was the launch of a survey campaign called #EveryActionCounts.


Oakville’s Hunger: An Unspoken Tale

Hunger in Oakville? Perish the thought that one of Canada’s wealthiest towns, listed as one of Narcity’s 11 richest neighbourhoods of the GTA, would have issues like food insecurity and hunger.

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Conservative leadership race lands in Halton

Economics, immigration policy, and the size of government were the main themes as 10 of the 14 federal Conservative Party leadership candidates spoke to an audience of over 800 at the Burlington Convention Centre, Sunday ...

Walking to Improve Youth Health and Wellness

Youth Mood Walks, a provincial program led by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) provides youth with an opportunity to improve their health while exploring nature.

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