Oakville is once again showing their support and generosity to the many causes worldwide and the Containers of Hope for Haiti are becoming a great success. With 9 drop-off locations and the support of local residents, local Rotary clubs and others, the first container will leave Oakville on February 12th. [Read more...]
Have you ever wondered how you can help support minor baseball in our community? The Oakville A’s Minor Bantam Baseball team is hosting a fundraiser at Boston Pizza in Oakville at 2011 Winston Park Drive and you could eat your way to helping their cause. [Read more...]
P.L. Robertson elementary in Milton opened this week as a “walking-only school,” where students will be strongly encouraged to use their feet, bikes or any other means to get to school.
Oakville is hosting a parent seminar to talk about teen safety. Have you ever wondered how to ensure your teen is safe while still encouraging them to become more independent and responsible?
If you have been like many parents wondering how to deal with these issues, the teen safety presentation may be of interest to you. [Read more...]
Halton Regional Council recently approved the Halton 2010 Budget and Business Plan includes the largest amount ever spent for infrastructure improvements in the Region’s 35-year history. [Read more...]
The Citizens of Clean Air are stepping up their campaign to stop the Oakville Power Plant. The organization recently sent a letter to the Minister of the Environment asking for an independent environmental assessment. [Read more...]
As $Million or More Oakville closes it’s doors on the campaign at the end of 2009, they have a lot to celebrate. Through the generosity of people in our area, they were able to raise nearly $600,000 to date to help those in Africa. [Read more...]
The Citizens for Clean Air (C4CA) held a meeting at John Knox Christian School attracting over 400 people to hear what can be done to ensure this development is stopped.
With the new 900-megawatt gas-fired power plant just around the corner, the time is more urgent than ever to increase the opposition to this power station being built in Oakville.