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Public bathrooms in libraries, community centres, and other town buildings will now have free menstrual products to alleviate period poverty as a part of the Pink Project.
A mix of passion and dedication all goes into making a unique evening come together to raise money for the Oakville and Milton Humane Society. The passion is for the animals and the dedication is in the many weeks of rehearsals the volunteers commit to, in order to learn dance routines. It all came together in this grand show.
Tim Horton's invites you to try their brand new "holiday edition" smile cookies - with 100% of proceeds going to charity. Jessica Kaitting reports.
ScienceJam may be coming to a school near you! Combining catchy tunes with scientific facts and experiments - it's sure to entertain those of all ages! Jessica Kaitting reports:
POTENTIAL FIREFIGHTERS GO THROUGH A LOT OF TRAINING BEFORE OFFICIALLY BECOMING MEMBERS OF THE FIRE SERVICE, AND THAT INCLUDES TACKLING REAL FIRE SCENARIOS WITH INSTRUCTORS AND FULLY TRAINED FIRE CREWS BY THEIR SIDE. JESSICA KAITTING ATTENDED A RECENT BURN TOWER TRAINING SESSION PUT ON BY THE HALTON HILLS FIRE DEPARTMENT:
A couple of venerable institutions in Halton Hills are finding their future - together. The original Acton town hall, which lives on because of a dedicated group of volunteers at Heritage Acton, and a local choir who are looking to the future with a new name. The second floor of the historic building has always been a space for the arts, since 1883, and music continues to echo through the halls as the rehearsal space for the North Halton community singers.
There are over 250 paramedics in Halton with 45 emergency vehicles waiting and ready to help you, should you ever need them... all you need to do is call 911 when you are in distress. If an ambulance is dispatched, the paramedics will use their training, medical expertise and collaboration with the hospital to immediately begin treatment. Jessica Kaitting has more with the Chief of Paramedic Services in Halton, Greg Sage.
This time of year is beautiful, but along with it comes additional yard waste. Nicole Watt of Halton Waste Management explains what can and cannot go into your yard waste for pickup, and why. For more visit halton.ca/waste
Georgetown residents filled a room at the Mold-Masters Sportsplex to hear some options for growth and development around the GO Station.
For the first time, this year T.A. Blakelock is offering an I-STEM program to grade 9 students. Nikki Wesley reports.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Earlier this year the Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital became one of the first public hospitals in Ontario to offer breast cancer patients areola tattooing for free. The initiative was spearheaded by one incredible physician. Nikki Wesley explains
Oakville Haunted House celebrates 30 years of collecting food for the Fareshare Food Bank.