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Hindu community celebrates Holi
MILTON -- Roughly 150 area residents came out to celebrate the Hindu festival of Holi -- which recognizes the arrival of spring and its vibrant colours -- Saturday evening at the Milton Sports Centre.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-31 18:45:20



Happy Easter!
MILTON -- Milton children and parents took part in the Downtown Business Improvement Area's annual Downtown Milton Easter Parade, with youth making their way down Main Street and receiving goodies at more than 30 participating stores.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-31 18:45:19



Daffodil Days needs Oakville volunteers
OAKVILLE - With less than week before the kickoff to the Daffodil Days campaign, the Canadian Cancer Society's Halton unit is still look for volunteers.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-31 10:45:48



House renovation site in darkness after thieves steal lights
OAKVILLE- Halton police are investigating following a pair of break-ins, which took place Wednesday (March 27) in the Town of Oakville.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-30 18:46:34



Kinew to speak on Idle No More protest
OAKVILLE - Aboriginal journalist and educator Wab Kinew will speak Tuesday, April 2 at the Halton Region Centre at 1151 Bronte Rd.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-30 10:47:09



Oakville mayor visiting YMCA for egg hunt
OAKVILLE - Kids will be hopping with excitement Saturday (March 30) at the Peter Gilgan Family YMCA Easter Egg Hunt.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-29 18:52:11



Brant Street Pier work closes section of promenade
BURLINGTON - Ongoing construction of the Brant Street Pier will see a section of the recently renamed Spencer Smith Park promenade fenced off and closed to pedestrian traffic through the end of May, the Post has learned.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-29 10:46:56



Online map sets out cleanup spots in Oakville
OAKVILLE - The Oakville Community Centre for Peace, Ecology and Human Rights (OCCPEHR) hosts two events in April aimed at helping residents understand and preserve the environmental beauty around them.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-29 10:46:55



Donate blood at a local clinic
OAKVILLE - Canadian Blood Services is asking residents to give blood at one of two upcoming local donor clinics.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-29 10:46:55





Nominations open for Accessibility Awards
BURLINGTON - Deadline April 26.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-28 19:34:51



Surgical cuts run deeper at Joseph Brant Hospital
BURLINGTON - Two longtime doctors at Joseph Brant Hospital say a recent statement by a senior administrator that approximately 10 per cent fewer surgeries will be performed there over at least the next year vastly underestimates the deep cuts to surgical operating time they have been told will occur.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-28 19:34:51



City: what's closed, open Easter weekend
BURLINGTON - Easter weekend will affect some city services and facilities.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-28 19:34:51



Civic Square clock removed for upkeep
BURLINGTON - Will be reinstalled in several weeks: city.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-28 19:34:51



Miller coming to talk environmentalism
BURLINGTON - Gord Miller coming April 4.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-28 19:34:50



Meeting on Wedgewood townhouses
BURLINGTON - Meeting April 3 at Nelson H.S.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-28 19:34:50



Overseas internships available
BURLINGTON - World Renew offers four internships to help others.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-28 19:34:50



Easter bunny stopping at Annapolis Park Friday
OAKVILLE - The Annapolis Park neighbourhood will hold its annual Easter Egg Hunt Friday (March 29) to bring smiles to local kids and food to those in need.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-28 19:34:50



Ford earns business icon award at OABEs
OAKVILLE - Oakville's leading entrepreneurs were recognized for their business savvy Wednesday at the 18th annual Oakville Awards for Business Excellence (OABE).
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-28 19:34:50



Entrepreneurs collect $200K from Pythons' Pit
HALTON - With nearly 200 onlookers yelling "Fit the pit," local entrepreneurs successfully pitched three products last Saturday (March 23) night. At the inaugural Pythons' Pit, savvy investors anted up $200,000 altogether for gluten-free muffins, high-quality bags and dental instrument cleaning equipment.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-28 19:34:50



Lowville Park slated for $1.05M makeover
BURLINGTON - Changes likely in next three to four years.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-28 11:34:44



Traffic issues bring safety blitz to Escarpment View
MILTON - Organizers of a week-long traffic safety blitz at Escarpment View Public School are hoping it makes the area safer for students walking to and from school.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-28 11:34:44



Cooking fire in Oakville home costs $150K
OAKVILLE - The Oakville Fire Department is reminding residents not to leave cooking items unattended following a fire at a home on Ingledene Drive Tuesday evening.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-27 19:34:34



Presentation to give in-depth look at bullying
OAKVILLE - Local parents, caregivers, educators and kids will have the chance to learn how to break the cycle of bullying and violence when renowned author and speaker Barbara Coloroso pays a visit to Oakville.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-27 19:34:34



Chemistry teacher loves science fair competitions
OAKVILLE - Chemistry teacher Rebecca Kahama of King's Christian Collegiate spends a lot of time with students on science fair projects.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-27 19:34:34



Oakville student wins $80K scholarship
OAKVILLE - Abbey Park High School graduating student Eisha Ahmed has the first four years of her university taken care of, financially at least.
Newspaper: Dictatorship Watch
Feed: News Date: 2013-03-27 19:34:33



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