April 2014 Archive

Head of grey long haired cat with bright blue eyes waiting for Spring to Arrive

Events in Oakville: May 1, 2014


Karen Brock Photographer, People tour woodlands during the fall

Good News and Bad News on Merton Lands

It is now official – Oakville MPP Kevin Flynn has managed to preserve the Provincial portion of Merton Lands and we now have a letter, signed by the Minister of Infrastructure Ontario, Glen Murray.  The letter ...

Oakville Transit Uptown Core Terminal

Town of Oakville awarded silver for sustainable design

At Council last night, Mayor Rob Burton presented a LEED Silver certification plaque received from the Canada Green Building Council for Oakville Transit’s new building on Wyecroft Road. The building is the second town facility ...

Cyclofemme Ride returns to Oakville

Cycle Oakville is hosting its second annual CycloFemme ride this year with a leisurely ride through Oakville. All Oakville residents who want to enjoy our beautiful town by bicycle are invited to meet at 1:45 pm ...

Oakville Town Council Election 2014: Mayor: Rob Burton

Incumbent Mayor Rob Burton is running for his third term in the October election and if he wins he plans to continue keeping Oakville green and in good financial health. Among his top goals next ...

B&W Rain Drop effect on puddle

Events in Oakville: April 30, 2014


rock on bench that says compost

Get your shovels ready!

From Monday, May 5 until Saturday, May 10 Halton Region will once again host its popular spring Compost Giveaway. Held at the Halton Waste Management Site (HWMS) at 5400 Regional Road 25 in Milton, the ...

Town receives $25,000 to restore and protect Bronte Bluffs

The Town of Oakville, and it’s project partners Conservation Halton, Evergreen and the Bronte BIA, were awarded $25,000 by the Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund to help restore and protect the Bronte Bluffs and improve ...

Events in Oakville: April 29, 2014


Che Marville

Oakville’s Candidate for the Ontario NDP: Che Marville

Provincial candidate for Oakville NDP, Che Marville, counts jobs and opportunities for small businesses and entrepreneurs as her main priorities in the event of an early election.

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