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Halton police revise policy on sexual assault, with emphasis on victim support
24 May 2018
Board provides $15,000 to new sexual assault advisory committee
The Halton Regional Police Service Board voted May 17 to officially revise the Halton police sexual assault investigation policy, adding a greater emphasis on victim support.&npsp;
One new paragraph in the policy states “the Chief of Police shall develop and maintain service directives and procedures that safeguard victim privacy in conjunction with standards established by the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario.”&npsp;
Another paragraph referenced the recently created sexual assault advisory committee.
New trees planted in Oakville this year passes 10,000
14 May 2018
48,000 trees will be planted this year
The number of new trees planted in Oakville as part of its recent Arbour Week celebrations has surpassed 10,000 this year.
“Trees contribute significantly to our town’s livability,” said Mayor Rob Burton. “As a community, let’s work together to protect, preserve and grow our urban forest.”
The largest amount of available tree-planting space in Oakville is on private property.
Oakville council again calls for say in Milton CN project
10 May 2018
Council unanimously votes to ask province to join them in court challenge
The Town of Oakville is again calling for a seat at the table when it comes to the Canadian National Railway truck-rail hub project proposed for Milton.
During an April 30 council meeting Oakville councillors voted unanimously to pass a motion, which called for a co-operative approach to all developments that engage federal, provincial and municipal regulatory matters.
Concern around the project has grown since CN announced it was moving forward with plans for the hub in January of 2015.
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