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Glen Abbey Property

Glen Abbey Golf Club’s highest and best use

Oakville is very proud of being one of the first planned communities in the world, laid out by William Chisholm

Glen Abbey Property

Glen Abbey property: A Cultural Heritage Landscape

A report recommending that the Glen Abbey property be designated a Cultural Heritage Landscape under s. 29 of the Ontario Heritage Act will go to Heritage Committee on August 15, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. in Council Chamber at Oakville Town Hall.

2018 RBC Canadian Open

2018 RBC Canadian Open officially at Glen Abbey

Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ont., has been selected to host the 2018 RBC Canadian Open, as announced today by Golf Canada and RBC.

Glen Abbey development application complete?

One month after the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) decided that the town’s Interim Control By-law (ICBL) and its one year extension were appropriate and necessary to understand the implications of ClubLink’s proposed development at Glen ...

Jared du Toit,

Time to Fight the OMB’s Over-Reach and SAVE Glen Abbey Golf Course

It is time to put a hard stop on the OMB over reach in Oakville. WE, as a community, have to do it right NOW. Or we just might loose an iconic and cultural landmark: ...

3 men walking the golf course

Oakville’s citizens should be able to shape their community

Oakville residents are shocked and upset that the corporation ClubLink, the owners of world-renowned Glen Abbey Golf Course, have made a proposal to develop all of the current golf course that stretches along the west ...

New home construction, row of house

Oakvillegreen mobilizes community against Saw-Whet Development

Last week the outcome of the Saw Whet Golf Course that was purchased as a development site received approval despite a strong sentiment against it, by the local Ward 4 Councillor Allan Elgar and OakvilleGreen. ...

Glen Abbey Golf Course

Clublink application filed in face of Oakville’s Opposition

On November 10, 2016, Clublink filed an application regarding the redevelopment of Glen Abbey, which is in direct conflict with the Town of Oakville’s decision to extended the Interim Control By-Law by another year which passed ...

RBC CANADIAN OPEN GLEN ABBEY GOLF COURSE SECOND ROUND Photo By Bernard Brault, Golf Canada, July 22, 2016

Interim Control By-law that limits Glen Abbey Golf Course extended for a year

Council voted unanimously at Planning and Development Council on Tuesday night to extend Interim Control By-law 2016-24 (ICB) that restricts the use of the Glen Abbey Golf Course to its existing uses for one additional ...