September 2014 Archive

Events in Oakville: Wednesday, October 1, 2014


More than 75 TD employees, their friends and family, and community volunteers planted 500 native trees at Oakville Park and McCraney Valley Trail as part of TD Tree Days.

Oakville celebrates National Forest Week

The Town of Oakville celebrated National Forest Week last week with two community events to strengthen our tree canopy and celebrate the great benefits that trees provide.

Bob Ferguson

Oakville Town Council Elections 2014: Ward 3: Bob Ferguson

Bob Ferguson added his name to the list of eight vying for the position of Town Councillor for Ward 3 on September 11th.

Man paddle boarding with his baby daughter

Events in Oakville: Tuesday, September 30, 2014


Oakville Suzuki Fiddle Festival; Culture Days at Queen Elizabeth Park Community Centre

Arts & Culture are alive and well in Bronte

Oakville’s Culture Days created a time to celebrate creativity in the Oakville community. Free and interactive, the weekend featured concerts, activities, art and cultural displays galore.

Canadian Club of Halton Peel presented Ian Hamilton

Some people are born to write and Ian Hamilton, crime mystery writer and award-winning author of the Ava Lee novels, is one. The guest speaker at the dinner meeting of Canadian Club of Halton Peel, ...

Canoes on a stone beach

Events in Oakville: Monday, September 29, 2014


John McLaughlin

Oakville Town Council Elections 2014: Candidate for Mayor: John McLaughlin

John McLaughlin submitted his name as a candidate for mayor on September 11th, making the total number of mayoral candidates five.

Venetia Stanley, Lady Digby, on her deathbed

End of Life Issues: A Christian Perspective

A Frenchman fought as a sniper in Afghanistan for three years. He was very good at his job, making 72 ‘hits’ including men, women and even children used as covers and messengers by the Taliban.

Oakville Mayor Election Signage on Oakville Transit

Why Oakville Mayor removes Oakville Transit Election Advertising

Mayor Burton recently sent out a Twitter feed enthusiastically showing his giant re-election signs – for Mayor – during the current 2014 Municipal Election, affixed to the side of an Oakville Transit Bus.

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