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Halton Community Office (Burlington, Georgetown, Milton and Oakville)

760 Pacific Road, Unit 7 & 8
Oakville, Ontario
L6L 6M5
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Phone: 905-845-5231
Fax: 905-845-0092
Twitter: @ccshaltonunit

Hours of operation:

Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

The office will be closed from December 23rd at noon until Monday January 2nd.  

Serving the communities of:

Burlington, Georgetown, Milton, and Oakville, Ontario.

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  • Thank you to our community partners who organized their own fundraisers in 2016!

    Angels Hair fundraising event

    Oakville Blades Pink in the Rink raised $20,000!

    Tyler LeBlond hair cut raised $1515

    Jamie Donald hair cut raised $860.

    Meagan Bertin hair cut raised $325.

    Christien Smeja Tour Aotearoa for cancer raised $3588

    John Santos Long & McQuade Singing Contest raised $745.

    Emily Morano locks of love raised $855.

    Olivia Evely, Nana's Girl haircut raised $544.

    Nathan Ashworth haircut raised $516.50.

    Abbey Park High School Pasta Dinner raised $1200.

    Ecole Ste. Maria fundraiser raised $670.45.

    St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary school raised $1000.

    Pierre Elliott Trudeau High School haircut raised $155.55.

    Tom and Sheila's fundraiser raised $810.

    Olivia Evely haircut raised $800.

    Meagan Bertin haircut raised $325.

    Holy Rosary School Used Book Sale raised $500.

    Suntire Canada BBQ raised $565.

    Aleksander Pike hair cut raised $3230.

    Nathan Ashworth haircut raised $576.50.

    Men's Golfing 4 Cancer raised $30,000.

    Emma Aghajan haircut raised $1440.

    Factory Shoe Outlet BBQ raised $800.

    Anna Van Stone haircut raised $403.

    Parker Hannifin fundraiser collected $750.

    Matias DePodesta birthday party raised $495.

    Cassie's Crusade to Beat Cancer raised $3186.15.

    Ryan Bell haircut raised $965.

    Joshua Creek Lemonade stand raised $660.

    Naomi, Meghan and Florence Lemonade stand raised $410.

    Milton Ice Hawks Pink in the Rink game was held in October.

    Rick Schmidt head shave raised $412.75.

    Joe Maharana Thanksgiving dinner raised $1507.

    The Oakville Blades Pink in the Rink 50th anniversary game raised $21,850.

    Mike Wilson's Haunted Backyard raised $5816.

    Milton Marlin's swim meet was held in October.

    David Liddon's Spike Out Cancer Volleyball tournament was held on November 5th.

    Stewart McChesney's 1/2 marathon raised $500.

    Metroland Media raised $250 for men's cancer in November.

    Fighting Griffin Martial Arts raised $1209. 

  • Upcoming Events

    Great Ride N' Stride, Burlington

    Time: 11 am - 1 pm

    Date: Sunday April 30th, 2017

    Location: Central Park

    519 Drury Lane

    Burlington, ON

    For more information contact 905-845-5231 ext 3135.

    Relay For Life

    Burlington: Friday June 2nd 7pm - 7am, Bronte Creek Provincial Park

    Milton: Friday June 9th 6pm - midnight, Country Heritage Park

    Oakville:  Friday June 16th 7pm - 1am, Coronation Park

    For more information contact 905-845-5231 ext 3135.

  • Volunteer Opportunities

    Youth Information and Orientation!

    Whether you are interested in becoming a High School Ambassador, are interested in advocacy and public issues, want to help with events like Relay For Life, or want to learn more about our scholarship opportunities, let’s get together for a youth focused information and orientation session.  You can make a difference in the fight against cancer!  or more information, please contact Sandy at or call 905-845-5231 x 3163

    Public Information and Outreach Volunteers

    Raise public awareness about preventing cancer in the community. Plan and deliver presentations and displays about the Society's programs and services in the community.

    Volunteer Drivers

    Did you know that the simple act of driving your car can help cancer patients in our community?  For one in five cancer patients in Ontario, transportation to treatment is just one of the many challenges they face on their road to recovery.  Become a volunteer driver today and help provide rides to life-saving treatment appointments.  Learn more at

    For information on the above opportunities or anything volunteer related please contact: Sandy McDonald at

    or call 905-845-5231 x 3163



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