Arrest made in serial bank heists in Oakville, Burlington
Halton police are crediting video surveillance of a vehicle with helping them track an alleged serial bank robber wanted in connection with nine robberies, which occurred in Oakville, Burlington, Kitchener and Guelph over the last few months.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
Use of Digital Characters in Movies Likely to Increase
OK, they probably don't come cheap. But they don't throw tantrums, don't belong to a union, do what they're told and always arrive at the set on time.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Canada Post vows smooth move to CMBs in Oakville
Canada Post will work with the Town of Oakville to ensure mail delivery for residents will continue to operate smoothly once door-to-door service ends for some 26,400 this fall.
Dellen Millard charged with murder of his father and missing Toronto woman, Laura Babcock
Dellen Millard, the man accused in the killing of Ontario father Tim Bosma, is now facing two more murder charges in relation to the death of his father and Laura Babcock, a missing Toronto woman police say he was "romantically linked" with.
Relay for Life luminaries a symbol of honour
An uplifting tradition that began years ago will continue to shine light on the journey of those who battle cancer.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Globe and Mail
Adams not barred from seeking nomination, but party still investigating
Conservative MP Eve Adams, left, and former PC party Executive Director Dmitiri Soudas walk their friends' dogs, near their home in Oakville, Ont., April 2, 2014.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Town to Add 31 km of New Pedestrian and Cycling Way
Town Council's approval of the 2014 Active Transportation Capital Program just made getting around Oakville on foot or by bike even easier.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
When things are going to the dogs in politics, politicians go for the dogs
When a photo of embattled MP Eve Adams and her freshly unemployed fiancee Dimitri Soudas, late of the helm of the Conservative Party of Canada, landed on the front page of a national newspaper this week, the two leashed pugs underfoot were no mere happenstance.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
The Globe and Mail
Conservative MP Eve Adams says she won't back down
An Ottawa gas station owner is publicizing months-old surveillance footage he says shows Tory MP Eve Adams disrupting his business.
Oakville sisters charged after $8,300 worth of drugs seized
Two Oakville sisters and another Oakville woman are facing charges after Halton police executed a search warrant at a home on Lionstone Drive Wednesday and seized $8,300 worth of drugs.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
The Independent & Free Press
The new state-of-the-art Oakville-Trafalgar Hospital will cost $2.7 billion
Oakville Hospital Foundation CEO Tina Triano holds up the model of a hospital room created and donated by Javelin Technologies with 3D printing and painted by Oakville Trafalgar High School students.
Globe and Mail
Former chief of staff headed Soudas investigation
Former Harper chief of staff Guy Giorno spearheaded an internal Conservative Party investigation that uncovered extensive involvement by Dimitri Soudas in his fiancA©e's nomination battle and wrote a report that cost the Tory executive director his job, sources say.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
New elections law missing measures to crack down on phoney robocalls: critics
If the Conservative party could determine within days that Dimitri Soudas used its closely guarded voter database, why is Elections Canada still in the dark about the data source for fraudulent robocalls almost four years after the 2011 election? Soudas, the party's executive director, resigned Sunday after improperly aiding his fiancee's ... (more)
NDP willing to seek warrant to get Peter Faist to testify
The New Democrats said Tuesday that they are willing to use a warrant to compel a tech expert to testify before a legislative committee, while Premier Kathleen Wynne publicly distanced herself from the same individual.
Suspicious van leads to arrest of four in Oakville theft
A Halton police investigation of a suspicious vehicle led to the arrest of four men in connection with the theft of $5,700 worth of tools and copper wire Sunday.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Caucus, grassroots pushback led to the loss of Harper's key campaign man
A rare case of collective pushback from both caucus and grassroots party members forced Prime Minister Stephen Harper to cut loose his handpicked campaign point man.
$4,000-$5,000 worth of cigarettes stolen in Oakville break-in
Halton police are investigating after $4,000-$5,000 worth of cigarettes was stolen from a Mac's Convenience Store at 575 River Glen Blvd. early Saturday morning.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Former Sudburian competing in CHU Sainte-Just...
Former Sudburian Phillippe Belanger-Leroux and his students have entered the Sing for Sainte-Justine with Celine Dion contest.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Tory MP Eve Adams accused of misusing taxpayer funds in nomination race
A Conservative MP who wants to run in a different riding in 2015 is using taxpayer-funded privileges and supplies to send flyers to would-be voters.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Mom of teen killed on tracks calls for change in Halton
The mother of a Burlington teen killed by a train near Appleby Line in 1998 is calling for more action to ensure pedestrian railway safety.