The Canadian Club is an opportunity for all who share a keen interest in contemporary Canadian life and who seek context, perspective and a deeper understanding. We promote Canadian indentity by providing notable, knowledgeable and celebrated speakers on a wide variety of subjects.

Through research, community development, planning and promoting volunteerism, Community Development Halton strives to improve the quality of life for all residents of Halton.

Goodwill, The Amity Group is a social enterprise that helps people overcome employment barriers and obtain work, thereby increasing their dignity and independence within the community. Since 1935, our focus has been to find employment solutions for individuals and employers alike, throughout the Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, and Milton areas.

Halton Environmental Network (HEN) strives to make the community of Halton a region with educated citizens, engaged stakeholders and best practice policies for climate change mitigation, adaptation and environmental sustainability.

Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre

HIEC is an innovative not-for-profit social enterprise focusing on partnership, mentorship and workforce development. For almost 30 years, we've been working to build stronger connections between educators, employers and the students who will make up our future workforce.

The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) is responsible for designing and implementing Canada's plan for the safe, long-term management of used nuclear fuel. The plan, known as Adaptive Phased Management, requires used fuel to be contained and isolated in a deep geological repository. It also calls for a comprehensive process to select a site with informed and willing hosts for the project.

22 St. Clair Ave E

Oakville Soccer Club is the largest community soccer organization in Canada with over 12,000 members and 900 volunteer and professional coaches.

One of Canada's premiere community orchestras, serving the citizens of Oakville, Ontario, and the surrounding area since 1967. Affiliated with the Oakville Symphony Youth Orchestra.

310-200 North Service Road West

Peel Halton Workforce Development Group (PHWDG) is a community based, non-profit corporation. It is one of 25 local boards in the Province of Ontario,funded by the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development (MLTSD).The Peel Halton Workforce Development Group consists of a volunteer Board of Directors representing business, labour, women, visible racial minorities, educators/trainers and other equity groups.Its main role in the community is to conduct a highly interactive process that results in the Trends, Opportunities and Priorities (TOP) report. The TOP report serves as a ...

5636 Glen Erin Drive

Supported Training and Rehabilitation in Diverse Environments (STRIDE) is a non-profit organization that provides employment supports and vocational rehabilitative services to assist individuals with mental health and addiction challenges to achieve their employment goals.

247 North Service Rd. W.

The Business Advisory Group (BAG) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping businesses and entrepreneurs overcome obstacles, explore opportunities, and achieve business goals. Our team of business experts volunteer their time to provide solid advice tailored to each client.

2045 Lakeshore Blvd West, Suite 4004

Centre for Skills Development provides career and workforce development programs, and offers its services at locations in Burlington, Milton, Mississauga and Oakville. We help people at all stages of life get on a path to career success—from youth just starting out, to older workers who have been laid off; from newcomers to Canada who are settling in their new country, to those who need to improve their workplace English, to people interested in the trades who need to build their employability and technical skills.