Thoughts & Happenings

Posted 3.3.20 @ 0:0 by: Staff

The weather may still be cold but you really shouldn’t miss this month’s Bronte Creek Maple Syrup Festival at the Bronte Creek Provincial Park! This annual spring tradition is well-loved in Ontario because of its flowing Ontario maple syrup and delicious bacon, pancakes, and taffy as well as lots of fun!

Bronte Creek Provincial Park’s Natural Heritage Education Specialist Sheila Wiebe couldn’t agree more with the above. She thinks that Bronte Creek’s Maple Syrup Festival is one of the best ways to celebrate Ontario’s heritage. If you’re not yet convinced by this, then be sure to check out the other best reasons below!

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Posted 1.10.20 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Oakville firefighters went to La Rochelle, France a few weeks ago to participate in the World Rescue Organisation’s Extrication Challenge and ranked 6th in the event.

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Posted 11.21.19 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Oakville’s Hexagon Restaurant chef Rafael Covarrubias was announced as the winner of the S.Pellegrino Young Chef Competition North American Regional Semifinal. 25 years old Covarrubias will compete in May 2020 for the Grand Finale in Milan, Italy.

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Posted 11.11.19 @ 0:0 by: Staff

The Town of Oakville has been rehabilitating some of its shoreline and last Friday, November 8, 2019, the new west shoreline was unveiled to the public in a grand reopening event held in the early afternoon.

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Posted 11.7.19 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Get your tickets while they last! The Oakville Community Foundation's Brightlights Celebration has an amazing lineup of acts this year at the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts.

100% of ticket proceeds go to the Community Classroom Program, ensuring publicly-funded elementary school students in Oakville all have access to free local arts, culture and heritage experiences.

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Posted 10.7.19 @ 0:0 by: Staff

As one of the most affluent communities in Ontario, Oakville is home to a lot of families who are looking for the best private schools for their children. Nothing but the best be it for a Christian program, a traditional education, or a modern curriculum based on the 21st century. We’ve compiled a list of the best private schools in Oakville. Take a look at what makes each school special below.

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Posted 9.13.19 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Oakville Canada is a lovely town located on the North Shore of Lake Ontario. It features a mix of metropolitan and small-town feel making it one of the most ideal places for most people to live in. Oakville’s geography and location make it a great summer destination for those living in Toronto and nearby. Not only does it have a vivid cultural atmosphere, it also features a vibrant art scene plus lots of green spaces just waiting to be explored and enjoyed. If you're planning to visit Toronto or Oakville, below are some up the best places to go to and things to do.

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Posted 4.4.19 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Few communities can match the sense of togetherness and closeness that Oakville has, a trait that draws more people to it by the day. With the upcoming Oakville Community Awards, the people that make Oakville extra special will be given due recognition.

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Posted 3.28.19 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Glen Abbey Golf Course might be turned to a residential and commercial area soon if ClubLink succeeds in taking away its heritage designation. ClubLink, the company that owns the Glen Abbey Golf Course, filed an application in late December 2018 wanting the Ontario Superior Court of Justice to take away the heritage designation of Glen Abbey Golf Course.

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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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