As everyone knows Family Day is Monday, February 15, 2010. Children are out of school and parents are often trying to determine what to do with their kids. Oakville is offering lots of free activities to enjoy.
Solar Semiconductor is establishing a manufacturing plant in Oakville in 2010. The international solar manufacturing company chose our community as its first North American location.
The company was founded in Hyderabad, India in 2006. They are hoping that within 18 months to expand considerably and become Oakville’s top 10 private employers. [Read more...]
The Halton Regional Police Services Internet Child Exploitation Unit recent investigation has led the an arrest of an Oakville man. [Read more...]
The new school being built in the Palermo community has decided that Discovery will be its new theme and to showcase that theme, artifacts are going to be embedded in glass blocks surrounding classroom doors throughout the school.
To help realize this vision, families at surrounding schools have been asked to donate artifacts that can be placed inside glass blocks.
Although the Province has asked boards to cut costs, Halton’s Catholic school board is having a hard time meeting this since 85% of its $250 million operating budge this year is dedicated to salaries and benefits. This board already committed to a 3% wage hike so there are not a lot of places to find the money. [Read more...]
The Oakville Arts Council‘s second annual Stars Among Us art awards are now being accepted but the deadline is fast approaching. Submissions must be in by Feb. 15 at 4.p.m. [Read more...]
Do you want to know more about the 900-megawatt gas-fired power plant potentially being built in Oakville? Don’t miss the open house on Wed. Feb. 10 at 4-9:30 p.m. to find out more. [Read more...]
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...]
Based on the number of inquiries related to the funding of the new hospital, Oakville residents are being asked to provide feedback via email on their opinion about providing $200 million for its development.
If you are like most people, losing weight and getting fit are your new year’s resolutions. Now is the time to make a difference for 2010. [Read more...]