Tag Archive "kerr-village"

Yjan RAAE

Yjan RAAE charged for Oakville crime spree

Yjan RAAE has been arrested in connection with a robbery and crime spree in the Town of Oakville during July 2017 announced The Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS).

2017 Business Improvement Area Flag Challenge 2017

2017 Business Improvement Area Flag Challenge Winners

Every year, our office runs a challenge to encourage community spirit and to acknowledge local businesses, called the 2017 Business Improvement Area Flag Challenge , which were award in Lakeside Park in Olde Oakville.

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Man Robbed of Necklace Mid-Day next to Sainte-Marie Elementary Catholic School

On Thursday, May 18, 2017, at approximately 11:45am, the victim in this matter was walking in the area of Maurice Drive and Stewart Street in Oakville when he was approached and robbed by an unknown ...

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Man Charged with First Degree Murder of Oakville Resident

As a result of an investigation which commenced on March 8, 2017 Halton Regional Police Service;

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Pizza Delivery Employee Assaulted and Robbed in Central Oakville

On Monday, March 13th 2017, an employee of an Oakville Pizza Parlour attended an address on Maurice Drive Oakville in the Kerr Village area in response to a pizza delivery request. Maurice run North to ...

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Kerr Village’s Medusa Robbed and Employee Assaulted

The Halton Regional Police are currently investigating a robbery that occurred at the Medusa 420 Bong Store, 406 Kerr Street, Oakville on Sunday, January 29, 2017 at 5:25pm.

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Liveable Oakville: Time To Grow Up

My first introduction to the power of urban planning came courtesy of a trek I made as a teenager hitchhiking down the west coast of the United States and spending some time in Portland on ...

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Oakville BIA’s host OBIAA

Oakville BIAs hosted the Ontario Business Improvement Area Association (OBIAA) this week at the Quality Inn on Bronte Road. The OBIAA represents over 60,000 small businesses, which is a large percentage of Ontario’s 407,000 small ...

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Ways to grow your business in Oakville for 2017

Oakville is a community that encourages business and with New Year’s resolutions in full gear, here are a few great opportunities to build your business.

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Had a drink? Too tired to drive? Leave the car!

Going to a holiday dinner or late night event this festive season just got a little easier. Evening parking after 6 p.m. is always offered at no charge in both Downtown Oakville and Kerr Village ...

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