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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.

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 2017!
  • Upcoming Events

    Celebrate Summer Event, Burlington (Cancer Fighter)

    August 26th, Crossroads Center

    Feast of the Fairways, Oakville (Cancer Fighter)

    August 26, Glen Abbey Golf Club

    Cassie's Lemonade for Cancer, Burlington (Cancer Fighter)

    August 26th, 2017 On the corner of Blue Spruce and Coldwater

    Oakville Crusaders Prom Dress Game, Oakville (Cancer Fighter)

    August 22nd, Crusaders Rugby Club

    Mudmoiselle, Halton 

    Time: 10 am - 2 pm

    Date: Saturday August 26th

    Location: Mazzocato Maple Farm

    8161 First Line Campbellville, ON

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

    Neon Night, Georgetown

    Time:  6pm - 9pm

    Date:  Friday September 22nd 

    Location:  Gellert Community Center

    Spike Out Cancer, Burlington (Cancer Fighter)

    Time:  9am - 5pm

    Date:   Saturday October 21st

    Location:  Haber Recreational Center

  • 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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