Month: June 2017

Proud to be Canadian, Our Stories exhibit at Living Arts Centre

Proud to be Canadian, Our Stories is a juried photographic exhibition celebrating the 150th anniversary of Canada’s Confederation. Renowned artists Freeman Patterson, Richard Martin and Charles Pachter selected the images. This exhibition is featured at the Living Arts Centre Gallery and on the 2nd floor Community Walls. This exhibition is a vibrant, colourful celebration of Canada from coast to coast. Text compliments and expands upon the visual narratives as members of the Mississauga Camera Club tell their stories of Canada. The photographs speak from the souls of the artists. The exhibit is on display at the Living Arts Centre...

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William Osler Health System announces new president and CEO

Dr. Brendan Carr has been chosen to be the next President and Chief Executive Officer of the William Osler Health System (Osler). The June 14 announcement comes as a result of an extensive, national search spanning the last ten months. An emergency department and family physician, Carr is currently President and CEO of the Vancouver Island Health Authority (Island Health), based in British Columbia – a position he has held since 2013. An accomplished leader, he has spent his entire career in healthcare and has held roles in hospitals and health care organizations in the East and West Coasts. “We’re...

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Trillium Health Partners mark first five years, together

Trillium Health Partners (THP) marked five years as one organization at its Annual Community Address with special guest speaker, Mayor Bonnie Crombie. Over the last five years, THP has been working towards creating an interconnected system of care that is organized around the patient, both inside the hospital and beyond its walls. In the five years since becoming Trillium Health Partners, they have been making steady and consistent progress in creating a new approach to health care and a healthier community. A new kind of health care means making the system work for patients in and outside the hospital...

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Police search for missing 14-year-old female ends on a positive note

Region of Peel officers from the 22 Division Criminal Investigation Bureau seeked the public’s assistance in locating a missing 14-year-old female from Brampton. Mya Black went missing on June 20 at approximately 3:30pm in the area of Stable Gate and Van Kirk Drive in the City of Brampton. Family and police were concerned for Mya Black’s well-being as she requires medication. She has since been located in good health. Peel Regional Police would like to thank the members of the community and the media for their efforts in locating her. Photo: 14-year-old Mya...

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Computer and internet safety

With the advent and proliferation of computers at home, schools and in businesses, information technology and its availability is changing social and human behaviour. The Internet offers opportunities for communication and information sharing, however, the Internet can also present risks. Crime Prevention Services (CPS) conducts ongoing research and development of programs that target youth and parents on how to safeguard their families on topics ranging from inappropriate messages to internet luring. To address some of these challenges, Peel Regional Police has partnered with community groups and supported events such as the Cyber Space-Safe Space conference.   Peel Regional Police also enjoys a long-standing...

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Calendar of Events

  1. What’s for Dinner?

    November 25, 2017 - November 25, 2018

    March 2 - June 3
  3. Alton Mill Heritage Exhibit

    March 2 - December 31
  4. Voices from the Engraver

    March 2 - May 24

    March 7 - June 3