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Welcome Back Oakville

Welcome Back business campaign launches in Oakville

Oakville’s Economic Task Force has launched a community-wide, support local marketing campaign called Welcome Back Oakville.

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Hate motivated graffiti found in North-West Oakville

There have now been two hate motivated Graffiti incidents in the community of Palermo, and to say the Mayor isn’t happy would be an understatement. He released a statement condemning the acts and apologizing to ...

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Oakville starts Coyote Education and Response Procedure

Town staff updated council about the ongoing coyote management program on Monday by unveiling their newly developed Coyote Education and Response Procedure. The new procedure addresses community concerns regarding the presence of coyotes and is ...

Children playing in a Splash Pad

Oakville Reopening Splash Pads and Pools

Oakville’s splash pads and pools are reopening this summer and residents will soon be cooling off at town-operated facilities. All 19 splash pads will open tomorrow, Friday, June 26. Select pools will begin reopening on ...

Criminal Investigation Halton Regional Police

Criminal Investigation Launched into Altercation involving HRPS Officer

On Saturday, June 20th a video was released on social media showing an altercation between a Halton Regional Police officer and an unidentified man at 2536 Third Line in Oakville. Halton Regional Police Services has ...

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Celebrate Oakville’s Canada Day virtually from your home

This year, we’re bringing the party to you, eh! For 2020, the town will celebrate Oakville’s Canada Day virtually. And you can enjoy them from home!

Physical Distancing bylaw repealed

Oakville’s physical distancing bylaw repealed

The town has repealed its physical distancing bylaw that threatened residents with $300 fines for not staying far enough apart.

Mayor defends Halton Regional Police

Mayor defends Halton Regional Police

As we’ve watched anti-racism protests grow over the last couple of weeks, we’ve also heard calls to defund police services.

Patio extensions allowed

AGCO eliminates fees, applications needed for patios

The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) has announced that restaurants and bars can now build or extend a patio without having to go through an application process.

BLM March Oakville

100s participate in peaceful march against racism

The Oakville BLM March took place Thursday, June 4, 2020 and hundreds of people attended. The marchers met in the parking lot of the Oakville Central Library.

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