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

We have moved! Our new office is located at:

940 Sheldon Court

Burlington, ON L7L 5K6

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Phone: 905-634-6893
Fax: 905-634-5286

Email: halton@ontario.cancer.ca

Facebook: www.facebook.com/CCSBurlington

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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  • 2018 Supporters in Halton

    AFIMAC Canada (Relay team)

    All For One Survivors Foundation (Event Organizer)

    Back To The Galazy, Frank Fortino (Event Organizer)

    Banana Republic (Great Ride N' Stride team)

    BANG! Creative (Mudmoiselle team)

    Bard Canada (Daffodil Supporter)

    Bates Holdings (Sponsor)

    Bayshore Healthcare (Mudmoiselle team)

    Budd's Imported Cars (Event organizer)

    Burlington Comedy Festival (Event Organizer)

    Cancer Royale (Event Organizer)

    Cedarlane Labs (Daffodil Supporter)

    COBS Bread (Relay team) 

    Cogeco (Sponsor)

    Cumis (Daffodil Supporter)

    DLL (Relay team) (Corporate volunteers)

    EEC Sainte-Marie (Daffodil Supporter)

    Emile Shoes (Event Organizer)

    Euler Hermes (Relay team)

    Evonik Canada Inc (Daffodil Supporter)

    Full Deck Riders (Event Organizer)

    Gallinger Ford (Sponsor)

    Geotab (Daffodil Supporter)

    Halton Paramedics (Daffodil Supporter)

    Halton Regional Police (Corporate volunteers)

    Iovate Health Sciences International Inc (Daffodil Supporter)

    IUOE 793 (Daffodil Supporter)

    Jack Astor's, Burlington (Sponsor)

    L3 Wescam (Daffodil Supporter)

    Leggat (Sponsor)

    Mazzocato Maple Farm (Sponsor) (Relay team)

    Meehan's Industrial (Relay team)

    MiltonBackdoc (Mudmoiselle team)

    Milton Car Audio (Event organizer)

    Milton Fire Department (Relay team) (Corporate volunteers)

    Mode Transportation (Relay team)

    No Idea (Event Organizer)

    Oakville Place Dental (Mudmoiselle team)

    Old Navy (Relay team)

    OPP Auxiliary (Relay team)

    Orangetheory (Mudmoiselle team)

    PowerSchool (Daffodil Supporter)

    Queen's Avenue Retirement (Daffodil Supporter)

    RCAP Leasing (Daffodil Supporter)

    Recochem (Daffodil Supporter)

    Siemens Canada (Daffodil Supporter)

    Spike Out Cancer, David Liddon (Event Organizer)

    Staff Management (Sponsor)

    Suez (Relay team) (Daffodil Supporter)

    Takeda (Daffodil Supporter)

    The Magnes Group (Relay team)

    Trafalgar Golf and Country Club (Event Organizer)

    Total Female Kickboxing (Mudmioselle team)

    Town of Oakville (Relay team)

    Union Gas (Sponsor) (Corporate Volunteers)

    Your TV (Sponsor)

  • Upcoming Events

  • Volunteer Opportunities

    Relay For Life Leadership Volunteers

    Burl-Oak Relay For Life

    Friday, June 7th, 2019

    The Burl-Oak Relay For Life takes place on Friday, June 7th, 2019 from 7 pm to 12 midnight at Bronte Creek Provincial Park.  We are looking for dynamic and motivated individuals to help plan and execute this amazing event.  If you like planning events, working in a team setting, gaining leadership experience and having a positive impact in our community, please contact Sandy McDonald at smcdonald@ontario.cancer.ca or call our office at 905-634-6893 ext. 3163 to learn more.

    2019 Milton Relay For Life

    Friday, June 14th, 2019

    The Milton Relay For Life takes place on Friday, June 14th, 2019 from 7 pm to 12 midnight at Country Heritage Park.  We are looking for two dynamic and motivated individuals to be co-chairs and help plan and execute this amazing event.  We are also looking for lead committee members for food and beverage, entertainment and activities, and survivors. 
    If you like planning events, working in a team setting, gaining leadership experience and having a positive impart in our community, please contact Sandy McDonald at smcdonald@ontario.cancer.ca or call our office at 905-634-6893 ext. 3163 to learn more.

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