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Pam Damoff speaking at Terry Fox Kick Off

Thank you and Farewell Oakville Council

As I prepare to be sworn in as the first Member of Parliament for Oakville North-Burlington, I wanted to say a fond farewell to each of of you.

After Restoration Johnson Paper

Town Council declares August Civic Holiday as ‘Emancipation Day’

On Monday, June 29, 2015, Town Council declared the first Monday in August, which is the Civic Holiday, to be named “Emancipation Day” in honour of Oakville’s African Canadian heritage and to celebrate freedom.

Update on Saw-Whet OMB Pre-hearing

I estimate that over 150 people attended the meeting – quite impressive, especially on a business day. It is heartening to see so much interest from the Public on this matter. I will be sending ...

Clear cutting field

Results of the April 14 Public Information meeting regarding Saw-whet

Thank you to the over 600 people who attended the meeting. It is heartening to see so many people interested enough in this matter to come out on a beautiful spring evening. I hope you ...

Karen Brock Photographer, People tour woodlands during the fall

Town Council Meeting renews commitment to saving Merton Lands

There are 2 items of news that resulted from last night’s Council meeting: a motion concerning Saw-whet and a resolution concerning the Merton Lands and the Greenbelt. 1. Regarding Saw-whet Thank you to the hundreds ...

Elderly Lady looking out a bus window

Town of Oakville Rates & Fees Increase by as much as 42% for 2015

On an annual basis as part of the budget process the town of Oakville reviews its rates and fees charged for programs and services offered to the community. This year we are seeing increases for ...

Gary Carr, Swearing In Ceremony, 2014, Oakville, Halton, Regional Council

Inaugural meeting of the 2014-2018 Halton Regional Council

At an inaugural ceremony held today at the Halton Regional Centre in Oakville, Members of Halton Regional Council were sworn in for the 2014-2018 term of office. The Honourable Mr. Justice Dale F. Fitzpatrick presided ...