December 2014 Archive

Ice Sculpture in Downtown Oakville

Oakville 2014: A Year in Review

Well, 2014 started with a bang, and appears to be going out like a lamb, beginning with one of the coldest winter our community had seen in years. It was great for the skaters, skiers, ...

The Interview

“The Interview” comes to Oakville

Oakville’s community cinema Cinemas is excited to announce that it will be screening the much-talked-about comedy THE INTERVIEW at its Oakville cinema starting on Friday January 2nd.

Duck Skating on Ice,

Oakville’s Outdoor Rinks for 2014

About 5 years ago, I was walking along Reynolds by Wallace Park just south of the Hospital. As I peered through the icy cold night, on the baseball diamond were a couple of men. One ...

a cupping of hands in muslim prayer

Oakville’s Muslim Community Publicly Condemns Acts of Violence in Pakistan, Syria & Canada

On Friday December 26th, the leaders of the World Islamic Mission opened the doors of their mosque to local neighbours and media, so that we could gain a greater understanding of their community. Fridays are ...

Dr. Brenda Jane Zimmerman

Oakville Lives: Dr. Brenda Jane Zimmerman (Ellis)

Brenda Jane Ellis (Dr. Brenda Zimmerman) June 15, 1956 – December 16, 2014 who was the cherished wife of Alan Ellis. She was deeply loved by her children Stephanie (Alex), Gillian (Greg), step-children Roz (Todd), ...

Andrew Wallace

Andrew Wallace gone missing: Police Request Assistance

Halton Regional Police are requesting the public’s assistance in locating Andrew (Drew) Wallace, 59 years.

christmas-lights, Oakville, Ontario

Town of Oakville Holiday information 2014

As the holiday season grows closer, the Town of Oakville Council and staff would like to take this time to wish you and your family happy holidays. For town facility holiday hours visit the 2014 ...

Christian Rajic (#26_ blocks a shot from an opposing player.

Blades Drop 3-0 Decision to Georgetown

The Oakville Blades finished their final home game of 2014 on a sour note, dropping a 3-0 decision to the Georgetown Raiders.

Christmas Eve Communion in Town Square

Christmas Eve Communion in Towne Square

Christians sometimes feel that people don’t value faith in Canada.. That’s reinforced by incidents like the banning of the Salvation Army Band from Union Station last season after a fifty year history. Other faith groups ...

Golden Retriever with Skates

Tim Hortons Free Swims and Skates in Oakville

The Town of Oakville is pleased to partner with Tim Hortons to offer free skating at select times during the holiday season. All public skates are subject to admission rules and capacity restrictions. Please visit the Public ...

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