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Economic Outlook speakers are positive about 2020

The Oakville Chamber of Commerce hosted their annual Economic Outlook breakfast on January 21st. While it is not all sunshine and roses, Ontario is faring well.


Michele Romanow of CBC’S Dragon’s Den to Headline the Halton FUTURES Innovation Summit & Awards

Michele Romanow, co-Founder of Buytopia.ca and well-known entrepreneur on CBC’s Dragon’s Den season 10, is the opening speaker for the inaugural Halton FUTURES Innovation Summit & Awards taking place on June 2, 2016 from 9 ...

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Major Oakville Commercial Acquisition consolidates 47 Acres

Fengate Capital Management announced yesterday that it has completed a transaction in Oakville which will see it consolidate 47 acres of prime commercial real estate. The properties are located just north of the QEW and ...

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Halton FUTURES Innovation Summit & Awards

On June 2, 2016 at the Oakville Conference Centre, Halton Region and Haltech Regional Innovation Centre (Haltech) will co-host the inaugural Halton FUTURES Innovation Summit & Awards, a major event that will bring together the ...

Greenhouse gas 3D rendering of the photovoltaic solar array power system to be installed by Hatch at the New Oakville Hospital in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. (CNW Group/HATCH)

New Oakville Hospital to receive a gift that keeps giving

Hatch and Halton Healthcare Services (HHS) have recently announced a gift agreement for Hatch’s donation of a photovoltaic solar array power system to the New Oakville Hospital. Power generated and sold through the state-of- the-art ...

Development of Ontario’s Ring of Fire Could Mean Big Business for Oakville, New Study

A new report from the Oakville Chamber of Commerce and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce reveals that Ontario’s Ring of Fire, the mineral resource-rich region in the James Bay Lowlands, will generate up to $9.4 ...

FIRST Robotics kick-off event taking place January 4, 2014

The Halton District School Board will be hosting its 2014 For Inspiration and Recognition in Science and Technology (FIRST) Robotics kickoff next month. Approximately 400 students, teachers, community mentors and parents are expected to attend ...