Tag Archive "teenagers"


Halton EMS saved two Oakville Teens who were swept into fast moving water

The Halton Regional Police Service, Oakville Fire and Halton Paramedics worked together to rescue two youths stranded in Sixteen Mile Creek on Wednesday January 4th, 2017. At approximately 10:30 am the two teens ages 13 ...

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Older White Male sought by Police after two Teenagers approached in South-East Oakville

On February 22, 2016, at 4:30pm two young males were walking home from school in the area of Brookmill Road and Constance Drive, in South-East Oakville when they were approached by a male in a ...

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Oakville Healthcare: Protecting Our Children: A Health Advocates Perspective

Few would dispute that there is something inherently tragic when a young person dies, whether it be by a car accident, or some incurable disease. However, when it is by their own hand, as an ...

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Abuse of Common Cough Medicine is sending Teenagers to Oakville Hospital

The Halton Regional Police Service is warning parents and youth regarding the illicit use of cough medicine containing ‘Dextromethorphan.’

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Oakville Teenagers offered Round Trip to B.C for $120.00

For the first time the YMCA of Oakville has partnered with YMCA of Northern British Columbia for a new national Youth Travel Exchange program.

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Daylight Robbery of Elderly Lady in an Oakville Park, and sustained no injuries

The Halton Regional Police are currently investigating a robbery that occurred at the Bloomfield Park, 2531 West Oak Trails, Oakville, on August 28th 2015 at 1:30pm.

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SafeTalk: Friends helping Friends in Emotional Distress

Halton Regional Police, Canadian Mental Health Association – Halton Region Branch, Reach Out Centre for Kids (ROCK)  partner with Halton Suicide Prevention Coalition to further the conversation on Suicide Awareness and Prevention.

Oakville 14 and 15 year old Teenage Girls are missing

Update 02May15 10:00 PM. Both girls were located safe in Toronto earlier this evening. Halton Regional Police would like to thank members of the public for their help and support.

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Halton Regional Police PEACE Program celebrating 25 years

Is the PEACE program right for you? Answer four simple questions and you could be accepted to a unique program offered for to teenagers interested in law enforcement.

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Helping teens cope at the heart of Peak Performance

According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, young people often feel tremendous pressure to succeed at school, at home and in social groups, making them vulnerable to mental health issues, sleep difficulties, headaches and other ...

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