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Oakville Transit

Part of Oakville Transit Route 14/14A changes to “Home to Hub”

The Reynolds Street portion of Route 14/14A is being replaced with Oakville Transit’s on-demand service Home to Hub. The on-demand service will provide connections to the Oakville GO station or downtown Oakville (Church and Dunn).

2018 Municipal Candidates

Mayor and councillor 2018 municipal candidates confirmed

The town’s website confirmed the 2018 Municipal Candidates. The acclaimed councillors are Cathy Duddeck (Ward 2 Town & Regional Councillor); Dave Gittings (Ward 3 Town & Regional Councillor); Tom Adams (Ward 6 Town & Regional ...

National Bank

Clearview’s National Bank Robbed: Police Request Assistance

‚ÄčInvestigators with the Halton Regional Police Service are seeking assistance in identifying a suspect following Clearview’s National bank robbery in the Town of Oakville.

UPDATE: Clearview Hasty Mart Robbery: Police search for suspects

Further to the information already released regarding the Clearview Hasty Market robbery at 2828 Kingsway Drive in Oakville on February 2nd, 2018, police have developed still photographs of the suspects. Photographs were derived from surveillance ...

Oakville dump truck collision claims the life of a 32 year old man

On Friday, November 17, 2017 at approximately 2:35 pm, Halton Regional Police Services responded to a call regarding a collision between a dump truck and a man on Ford Drive north of Kingsway Drive.

Three Male Youth from Oakville charged for Robberies of Oakville Youth

On October 6th 2017, shortly before 7:00pm, three male youth approached another youth at the Glen Abbey Community Centre located at 1415 Third Line in the Town of Oakville.

Bus Driver with foot on front bumper of Oakville Transit Bus

Ward 3’s Councillor Gittings addresses Oakville Transit Changes

Oakville Transit conducted a comprehensive Transit Services Review in 2015. This review included an assessment of the performance of every route in terms of ridership, revenue, hours of operation and cost.

Scott McColeman, his wife and 2 young daughters

Letter to the Editor: Thank you Ward 3

I want to thank my fellow neighbours for their great support for town councillor. I came up a little short; however, it has been a great experience reconnecting with some old friends and having made ...