The Canadian Caribbean Association of Halton is a non-profit charitable organization serving the residents of Oakville, Milton, Halton Hills, and Burlington. We are dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion, supporting cultural development, encouraging civic engagement through volunteering, and offering arts and educational programs. Explore our site and find out how you can get more involved with your community!
Emancipation Day Virtual Celebration
Celebrate Emancipation Day with free online entertainment featuring greetings from local community leaders, award-winning soul musician John Campbell, and the premiere of our Legacy Voices documentary!
CCAH Featured on the Cover of Neighbours Magazine
We would like to thank Best Version Media for publishing an article on our organization in three of their Neighbours of Oakville magazines. Please be sure to check out the article in the upcoming August 2020 edition!
The Youth Leadership Program offered in partnership with the Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS), Oakville Community Foundation (OCF), and Sheridan College will be transformed into a virtual format as a result of the current situation with COVID-19.
We will restructure last year’s format of three 8-hour development workshops into four 4-hour virtual sessions using the Zoom platform. This online program is FREE! You must have access to ZOOM to participate.
Workshop #1: "Becoming a Leader" - Saturday, July 25, 2020 Workshop #2: "Community Policing, Safety and Well-Being" - Saturday, August 15, 2020 Workshop #3: "Mastering Soft Skills to Achieve Your Potential” - Saturday, August 22, 2020 Workshop #4: "Preparing for Post-secondary Education" - Saturday, September 12, 2020
Register now to reserve your spot! Community service completion certificates will be issued to participants.
Town of Oakville Honours Veronica Tyrrell with Park Dedication
The Town of Oakville has voted to honour community leader and former CCAH President Veronica Tyrrell with a park dedication in north Oakville. For more on this story, be sure to watch our exclusive interview with Halton News and check out the article in the Oakville Beaver!