This section deals with a number of governmental issues. Who are they, where do you find them, what laws apply, and what are the details? These pages not only include links to--or information about--the federal, provincial, local government and school boards, but government departments or agencies.
We've also provided e-mail links to elected officials and politicians, which is handy for e-mailing kudos or complaints to those who's job it is to serve you.
Info about our Government, and Oakville-Burlington's Politicians
Here are some featured politicians (or candidates) at the federal, provincial, municaipal, or school board levels in and around Oakville-Burlington
We provide FREE LISTIGNS for sitting politiciansand candidates seekign public office at all levels. Add yourself and you can then post your events, news, and volunteer opprtunities. (see our TIP SHEET]
John Oliver was elected as Member of Parliament for the Oakville riding on October 19, 2015. He is pleased to serve as Chair of the Health Research Committee, member of the Standing Committee on Health, Chair of the Liberal Auto Caucus,
Here are some featured departments, agencies, services, or facilties at the federal, provincial, municaipal, or school board levels in and around Oakville-Burlington
Government agencies & departments can be at many levels: Federal, provincial, first nations, and municipal. Add your government organization and you can then post your events, news, jobs, and volunteer opprtunities. [See our TIP SHEET]
The Halton Aphasia Centre is a communication program. It emphasizes communication activities, provides an enriching communication setting, and challenges its members to improve their communication.
This hospital has an emergency departments, as well as a number of other wards, and patient services. See website for details.
Providing police services to a country as large and diverse as Canada requires an organization that is both dynamic and well structured. The RCMP has changed with the times to deliver leading edge policing to all Canadians.
The Halton District School Board has 98 schools and 3,370 teaching staff provided outstanding learning opportunities to 52,770 students during the course of the year.
The Halton Catholic District School Board serves 30,000 students in 42 elementary schools, 8 secondary schools and 3 continuing education facilities, in the communities of Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton, and Oakville
If you or your organization are not already in the FoundLocally directory (try the SEARCH box at the top), and you would like to be featured (randomly), add yourself to the Free Listings!