NEW Donovan Bailey Sports Excellence Scholarship now available on The Awards Hub!

Attention Oakville high school students! The Community Education Awards Hub is now home to the Donovan Bailey Sports Excellence Scholarship, an annual scholarship awarded to an elite athlete competing in any Olympic sport (including Paralympic and Special Olympics). Donovan Bailey graduated from Queen Elizabeth Park High School here in Oakville, where he ran his first […]

#WeekendReads – The Health of the Charitable Sector: Imagine Canada

Welcome back to the #WeekendReads series! Every Friday the Oakville Community Foundation will be sharing reports, data and information to help you stay informed when it comes to the community, the charitable sector and more. Click here for previous installments. Imagine Canada is a national charitable organization that provides charities and non-profit organizations with resources, […]

Oakville Resiliency Report Update: Education & Community Connections

The Oakville Resiliency Report is timestamped in September 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic is not over. Welcome to the fifth and final installment of our #WeekendReads series on Oakville Resiliency Report updates! But don’t fret, continue to join us every Friday as we share new information and reports of interest. Click here for previous installments. […]

Oakville Resiliency Report Update: Mental Health

The Oakville Resiliency Report is timestamped in September 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic is not over. Welcome to the fourth installment of our #WeekendReads series! Join us every Friday as we build on information shared in the report and share new information that is now available. Click here for previous installments. Sources can be found […]

Oakville Resiliency Report Update: Physical Health

The Oakville Resiliency Report is timestamped in September 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic is not over. Welcome to the fourth installment of our #WeekendReads series! Join us every Friday as we build on information shared in the report and share new information that is now available. Click here for previous installments. Sources can be found […]

The Louise Mary Whiten Memorial Fund

On December 3, 2020, Louise Mary Whiten, a wife and mother, and her dog Zack were both struck and killed by an impaired driver on their daily walk around the neighbourhood. Louise and her family had just moved to Oakville after finding their dream home and were excited about living in their new community. Louise […]

How will you measure your time during the pandemic?

As part of my address during the Rotary Clubs of Oakville Paul Harris Award ceremony in January I asked this question rhetorically. I have been asked a number of times to share these comments so I will do my best to provide a synopsis below. The notes from my address: I want to close by […]

Oakville Resiliency Report Update: Housing and Shelter

The Oakville Resiliency Report is timestamped in September 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic is not over. Welcome to the third installment of our #WeekendReads series! Join us every Friday for the next six weeks as we build on information shared in the report and share new information that is now available. Click here for previous […]