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The Halton Learning Foundation has joined more than 80 charities, financial advisors and legal services from across the Halton-Hamilton-Niagara Regions to show Canadians the power they have to create positive change through a gift in their Will to charity. Will Power is a public education effort aimed at empowering more Canadians to leave a charitable […]
Colin Bain is a man who believes in the power of education. A teacher with the Halton District School Board for over 30 years, he served at Nelson High School, Thomas A. Blakelock High School and others around the region until his retirement in 2000. Since that time, his belief in what education can do […]