February 2015 Archive

Wyatt Pickrell (59) looks on as Oakville tries to battle back late in the game.

Oakville Blades Drop First Game to Orangeville After 41-Save Performance by Wyatt Pickrell

The Oakville Blades began their 2014-2015 playoff bid on a sour note, dropping a 3-1 decision to the Orangeville Flyers in the first game of the Southwest conference playoff series.

Movie Review: Will Smith’s latest movie loses Focus

Enter a world of glitz, glamour, crafty dialogue and deceit. Beautiful women stroll along the beige alleys of Buenos Aires, Nicky Spurgeon (Will Smith) sits idly in a dapper summer outfit — observing his crack ...

Appachi - Mascot, PAN AM Games, 2015

2015 Pan Am Games Torch Relay coming to Oakville on June 23

Oakville’s community spirit will shine bright when the Pan Am flame arrives in Centennial Square on Tuesday, June 23, 2015 as part of the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games Torch Relay, presented by President’s Choice® ...

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Forget the Fortune 500 in your Job Hunt

I am at a conference in Ottawa this week. Not just any conference but the annual meeting of the Canadian Nuclear Association.

New 2015 Ford Edge, Oakville Assembly Plant

Ford’s Oakville Assembly adding 400 New Jobs

In a release press release issued this morning, February 26, 2015, Ford Canada announced that it will be hiring 400 new employees, who will be working on the assembly line for the all new EDGE. It’s ...

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Oakville Real Estate Update: January 2015

The Oakville, Milton and District Real Estate Board has released the first official outlook of the 2015 local real estate market.  Stats look favourable for those wanting to sell in Oakville.

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Oakville Wins with MyOakvilleHydro Contest!

To encourage registration for paperless billing and our online customer portal, Oakville Hydro Electricity Distribution Inc. (“Oakville Hydro”) held a contest and encouraged customers to sign up for MyOakvilleHydro and eBilling for a chance to ...

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Protect Your Property Day

The Halton Regional Police is supporting today’s launch of the 2015 Crime Prevention Campaign by the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) and its declaration of February 25th as “Protect Your Property Day”.

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Halton Police Crack Down on Speeding Drivers on Dundas Street in Oakville

After receiving a RoadWatch complaint, Halton Police conducted some directed traffic patrol in an area in the Town of Oakville and the results are shocking.

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Heavy Flurries & Blowing Snow Advisory for Oakville: February 24, 2015

Yup, it is time to welcome another nasty bit of weather for tonight. It’s going to make this evening’s commute a bit of a nightmare. So you might just want to stay home tonight, grab ...

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