The Oakville high school Wind Ensemble has been rehearsing for one of their biggest performances this year all the way in the Big Apple.
A group of students and faculty have created their own magazine dedicated to strengthening the conversation around mental health in the Sheridan community. Natalie Stoberman reports.
The Oakville Fire Auto Extrication Team is training for a big season ahead which includes the World Rescue Challenge in France this fall. Natalie Stoberman gives us an inside look of what the team does and how they're reaching out to the community to get the squad to France.
While all post-secondary schools in Ontario have adopted a provincial government mandated free speech policy, Natalie Stoberman checks in with Sheridan College to see how valuable free speech is on campus.
Giving Tuesday takes Natalie Stoberman across Oakville and Burlington to see how the region gives back in creative ways.
Natalie Stoberman sits down with 15-year-old autistic artist Aiden Lee who's philanthropy through artwork shows his side of the spectrum.
Natalie Stoberman recaps election night in Oakville with Mayor Rob Burton winning his fourth term in office.
Natalie Stoberman finds out why Sheridan College has imposed a smoking ban, including cigarettes, vapes and cannabis, and how they'll enforce the ban.
Every year police forces across the province gather on a bike ride to Parliament to honour fallen officers and their families. Natalie Stoberman reports.
An Oakville boating service has been making boat rides accessible to people with disabilities for 15 years. Natalie Stoberman takes a cruise along Sixteen Mile Creek to see what Charterability is all about.
Natalie Stoberman meets Journey, the first graduate of the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides Support Dog Program.