Sponsors and Exhibitors that were at the 2017 Halton Eco Festival


Conservation Halton

2596 Britannia Road West, Burlington L7P 0G3

(905) 336-1158, nmiller@hrca.on.ca


“An environmental agency that protects, restores

and manages the natural resources in its watershed.”


Halton Region – Public Works Department

1151 Bronte Road, Oakville L6M 3L1

Dial 311 or (905) 825-6000, accesshalton@halton.ca


“Public Works delivers safe drinking water, treats wastewater,

maintains safe roads and promotes the 3Rs. We are giving out

hundred’s of free orange boxes for collection of household hazardous

waste at the Halton Eco Festival.”


Town of Oakville – Environmental Policy Department

1225 Trafalgar Road, Oakville L6H 0H3

(905) 845-6601, ddoyle@oakville.ca


“Kick-off Earth Week at the Halton Eco Festival and stay green

all year long. Please visit our booth to learn more about our various

programs and activities to benefit the local environment.”



Niagara Escarpment Views

50 Ann Street, Halton Hills L7G 2V2

(905) 877-9665, editor@NEViews.ca


“A high quality magazine that reflects the lifestyles

and values of people along the Niagara Escarpment.”




Sciensational Sssnakes!!

8 Clearview Street, Guelph N1E 6C5

(519) 824-3847, info@scisnake.com


“We provide hands-on education about reptiles and amphibians for the young and the young at heart.

Our shows feature an informal lecture about the animals, their ecology and conservation issues as well as a session in which participants are able to interact, touch and hold the animals. Our displays feature animals in terrariums with interpretive signs and backdrops. Our programs feature live animals that are safe, friendly and easy to handle. Many of them are native Ontario species, some of which are now endangered in the wild, and rarely seen.”

Appleby College Summer Camps

540 Lakeshore Road West, Oakville L6K 3P1

(905) 845-4681, mikep5000@gmail.com



Association for Canadian Educational Resources (ACER)

#218 – 92 Lakeshore Road East, Mississauga L5G 4S2

(905) 891-6004

aceracreinfo@gmail.com, www.acer-acre.ca

“Educating communities to monitor and take ecological action in response to climate change.”


Books With No Bounds

(905) 464-5216, bookswithnobounds@cogeco.ca


“Students collecting books to promote literacy in aboriginal communities;

please bring your books for donation to our booth at the Halton Eco Festival.”


Bronte Creek Project

c/o Gary Allan High School,

3250 New Street, Burlington L7N 1M8

(905) 31-3502, staff@brontecreekproject.org


“Dedicated to creating effective environmental leaders,

high school students receive an outdoor education.”


Council of Canadians – Halton

(905) 854-5707, june.haltoncoc@gmail.com

“Founded in 1985, the Council of Canadians is Canada’s leading social action organization, mobilizing a network of 60 chapters. We advocate for clean water, fair trade, green energy, public health care, and a vibrant democracy. We educate and empower people to hold our governments and corporations accountable”.


Eagle Chiropractic Health and Wellness Circle

#413 – 1235 Trafalgar Road, Oakville L6H 3P1

(905) 337-7047, wellness@eaglechiropractic.ca


“Our goal is to achieve optimal health and wellness for all ages with

chiropractic care, orthotics, massage therapy, holistic nutrition and yoga.”


Fair Vote Canada, Halton Chapter

halton@fairvote.ca, www.fairvote.ca

“Promoting proportional representation for a healthier democracy.”


In-Line Family Chiropractic

#1 – 2318 Lakeshore Rd W., Oakville L6L 1H3

(905) 827-2757, admin@inlinechiro.ca


“Specializing in family wellness and corrective care.”


ICAN Oakville: International Campaign for the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons

(905) 849-7167, bbirkett@interlog.com


“Local peace activists who are mobilizing the community’s involvement via

petitions, speakers, Hiroshima vigils, contacts with area politicians and appeals.”


Oakville Fire Department – Safety Division

1225 Trafalgar Road, Oakville L6H 0H3

(905) 845-6601


Oakville Provincial Liberal Association

#1 – 200 North Service Road West, Oakville L6M 2Y1

(647) 822-4734 , info@opla.ca, gfg@glista-associates.com


“Pursuing a stronger and more caring Ontario.”


Oakvillegreen Conservation Association

2089 Nipigon Drive, Oakville L6H 4G3

(289) 813-1568, president@oakvillegreen.org


“Protecting and restoring nature where you live! We connect community to

nature through tree plantings, school presentations and various nature events.

Visit our booth to make a seedbomb!”


Physicians for Global Survival

#903 – 100 Lakeshore Road East, Oakville L6J 6M9

(905) 849-7167, bbirkett@interlog.com, www.pgs.ca

“Committed to the abolition of nuclear weapons

and all the harmful effects of the nuclear fuel cycle.”


Protect Our Water and Environmental Resources (POWER)

P.O. Box 192, Georgetown L7G 4T1

(905) 873-1820, info@powerhalton.ca, www.powerhalton.ca

“Learn more about invasive species and their impact on our local biodiversity.”


Sahaja Yoga Meditation

5420 Greer Road, Burlington L7L 7M7

(416) 628-0355, (905) 635-1887, contact@free-meditation.ca


“Experience the peace and joy within at free meditation classes

offered every Friday from 7-8pm at the Glen Abbey Rec Centre.”


Solar Ontario

#14 – 1290 Speers Road, Oakville L6H 2X4

(905) 845-2433, info@solarontario.com


“We design and install solar swimming pool heating systems, solar

water heating systems and solar electric systems in southern Ontario;

40 years of experience!”


Tree Climbing Canada

889 Concession Road 2, Port Rowan N0A 1M0

(519) 718-8733, info@treeclimbingcanada.ca

“Recreational tree climbing is the future of outdoor adventure. It gets you

off the ground and into the canopy to better enjoy the views of the surrounding

landscape, nature, wildlife, breezes and more. Learn to surf branches!


What’s Good – Wellness By Design

#C9 – 125 Cross Road, Oakville L6J 2W7

(905) 845-5775, info@whatsgoodwellness.ca


“It is the fusion of balanced nutrition, mind and body with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) food cures, Chinese herbal medicine, acupuncture and chiropractic.”

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