Thoughts & Happenings

Posted 11.4.18 @ 0:0 by: Staff

The Brown Family Estate is one of the most culturally significant sites in Oakville and as such, the Oakville town council recently passed a notice of intention meaning to designate the Brown Family Estate as a place of cultural heritage and interest.

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Posted 9.21.18 @ 0:0 by: Staff

The newest fire station and community centre will be having their grand opening this coming Saturday, September 22. Everyone is welcome to celebrate the grand opening of the Trafalgar Park Community Centre and Fire Station #3 from 10 in the morning to 4 in the afternoon at 133 Rebecca St!

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Posted 8.21.18 @ 0:0 by: Staff

The first thought that usually comes to mind when someone mentions Oakville, Ontario is that it is an affluent community wherein the average home is at around $1.2 million, placing it as the 13th most expensive in terms of real estate in Canada. Though this is true, Oakville is a lot more than that.

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Posted 7.26.18 @ 0:0 by: Staff

The 2018 RBC Canadian Open is underway and you won’t want to miss a single moment of the action!

Oakville’s very own Glen Abbey Golf Club has been selected again to host this year’s RBC Canadian Open and once again is heralded as the home of Canada’s National Men’s Open Golf Championship, marking the 30th time for Glen Abbey to play host to notable persons and players of the PGA Tour. The championship is currently on-going and will play-out from July 23 to July 29. If you have time, you’d be able to catch some of the action well into this weekend!

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Posted 7.6.18 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Active and outdoorsy Oakvillians will love this post on Cycle, Walk Oakville! With weeks of fair weather ahead, it is only fitting that our Town has made summer even more enjoyable. Read on to know more about what makes cycling and walking around Oakville a lot of fun!

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Posted 6.20.18 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Wouldn’t life be a lot easier if you can order your groceries online and simply pick them up at a GO station on your way home? That’s something that is already a reality for five GO stations: Bronte, Clarkson, Whitby, Rogue Hill, and Oakville!

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Posted 5.22.18 @ 0:0 by: Staff

The fight to save Glen Abbey Golf Course and protect it from destruction continues as Oakville residents attended the Town Hall talk that was set to discuss the fate of the beloved green space.

Although many individuals would love to take part in meetings regarding the Glen Abbey Golf Course, the truth is that only a handful can do so because the meetings are held during weekdays, shared Fraser Damoff, Save Glen Abbey Coalition spokesperson regarding the April 27 pre-hearing.

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Posted 4.11.18 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Mayor Rob Burton was in a Q and Asession during his Economic Update together with other notable persons such as Aby Alameddine, past chair of the Oakville Chamber of Commerce. During the Q and A hosted by the Oakville Chamber of Commerce, he said that as far as business risks goes, the future is looking great for Oakville. The update was shared to an auditorium filled with 320 of Oakville’s politicians, business leaders, and police force.

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Posted 3.26.18 @ 0:0 by: Staff

We are at it again! Our Town of Oakville is looking for the community’s brightest shining stars! Our Town wants to give due recognition to the altruistic, men, women, and youngsters who volunteer countless hours of their time to make our town a much better place to work, play, and live in. They (and no doubt, everyone of us) wants to hear from these outstanding groups and individuals to know their stories and celebrate their success in helping create the community we have and are enjoying.

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Posted 3.8.18 @ 0:0 by: Staff

An iconic landmark is saved as Glen Abbey Golf Course, a golf course that has hosted numerous Canadian Open Tournaments in the past, got extra protection against further planning and development when Oakville City Council voted for measures that can halt the proposed conversion of the land it sits on into another urban development. This was following the Oakville public meetings for changes in the Glen Abbey plans last month.

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