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2018 Canada Day

2018 Canada Day in Oakville: Fireworks and so much more

Bronte Village comes alive again this year for 2018 Canada Day. Two events take place in Bronte each offering slightly different options and times.

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Oakville celebrates bigger and better Culture Days for 2016

Oakville is showcasing its love of culture by expanding its Culture Days celebration with more free activities and performances offered at multiple locations throughout town from September 30 to October 2, 2016.

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Canada Day Long Weekend 2016 in Oakville: Join the Fun!

Summer is moving along, and all the children are off on summer break. Canada Day 2016 is here, and Bronte will be the place to be to enjoy amazing entertainment and a spectacular fireworks show.

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Oakville’s Canada Day 2016 in Bronte: Fireworks & Fun

Get ready for THE party of summer 2016 and it’s FREE. No admission charge required* for a superb day of fun in the sun! The over 200 business merchants of Bronte Village Business Improvement Area, ...

Oakville Council approves $300,000 for Bronte Regional Waterfront Park improvements

Improvements to Bronte Regional Waterfront Park will be completed faster than originally planned in order to be ready for the Canada Day 150 anniversary celebration in 2017.

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Oakville’s Outdoor Community Rinks: Where to have fun in the Winter

As the temperature dropped well below zero,  volunteers in your community have started to prepare your local outdoor rinks.

Oakville’s Canada Day 2015: Entertainment to Fireworks

Canada Day is always a great time to be in Oakville, and in particular Bronte Village which is pulling out all the stops to ensure that your Canada Day will be filled with great memories. 

Canada, 150 Celebration, Town of Oakville, Grants

Oakville hopes to celebrate Canada’s 150th with new heritage project

Town Council has endorsed five heritage projects ranging in cost from $2.7 million to $525,000 as potential candidates for funding through the federal government’s Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program (CIP).

Halton Region Anglers receive 10,000 Junvenile King Salmon

Have you ever seen what 10,000 juvenile salmon look like? The Bronte Village waterfront was alive with fish-lovers both young and young-at-heart waiting to help the “salmon-minnows” into their new home; a pen, in the ...

2015 Family Day Celebration Skating in Bronte

There is plenty to do this Family Day with activities to keep you and your family busy all day long. Start your Family Day off right with a free skate on the brand new outdoor ...

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