Tag Archive "paris"

Celebrate Paris with the Oakville Museum: A French Connection

“Paris is always a good idea”, said Audrey Hepburn in the 1954 movie, Sabrina. Ah, but springtime in Paris! Equating springtime in the City of Light with extreme bliss is somewhat of a cliché.

Creating an Effective Economic Action Plan for Canada: A CEO’s Perspective

In early December 2015, Mark Carney, former Governor of the Bank of Canada and currently the Governor of the Bank of England spoke at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris.

February 24th Proposed Bill C-51, Canadian Flag

Halton’s Interfaith Council stands united in peace in light of the recent terror attacks

The Interfaith Council of Halton represents all the different faiths in our region, and as a group we condemn the heartless attacks against innocent victims, both in Lebanon and Paris last week.

Iridescent Hand Blown Vase

Horrific Acts and Dark Blessings –The Crucible of Faith: A Christian Perspective

Jesus did not have to be a prophet to say that nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom; and there will be earthquakes in various places. What else is new? And this week ...

Man at cafe looking at Eiffel Tower

A Disenchanted World: A Local Editorial on the Attacks in Paris

Today I am angry. I woke up thinking ‘ I don’t want to leave my home today ‘ . Feeling raped of our security, our freedoms, our happiness, how can anyone even fathom the thought ...

Juliet: Her Life and Art at Erchless

Born Grace Juliet Chisholm in 1902 in Oakville, Juliet was the great-granddaughter of Oakville’s founder, William Chisholm. She began her artistic career where she grew up in New York City, exhibiting with the Society of ...