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Princess Ann Crescent

Princess Ann Crescent house fire claims two lives

On Sunday, January 12, 2020 emergency services were told of smoke emerging from a home on Princess Ann Crescent in Kerr Village. The call was made at approximately 8:30 PM.

December 2019 holiday Town of Oakville Information

Warmest 2019 holiday wishes from Town Council and staff! Enjoy this special time with family and friends and please keep the following information in mind:

Oakville Fire department

Oakville Fire Department kicks off holiday safety campaign

December can be one of the most dangerous times of the year for home fires. As part of its annual holiday fire safety campaign, the Oakville Fire department is urging residents to take every precaution ...


It’s Fire Prevention Week October 6 – 13

This year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign reminds us about the small but important actions we can take to keep ourselves and those around us safe.


Oakville Youth Participate in MY CAMP

​During the week of August 19-23, 2019, ten Oakville Youths participated in MY CAMP, a police lead initiative with Oakville School Liaison Officers mentoring youth in topics of community safety and well-being and participating in ...

Oakville Fire Department

Oakville Fire crews visit newcomers

In the wake of a Halifax house fire that killed seven Syrian children earlier this year, the Oakville Fire department is working with HMC Connections to spread the message of fire prevention among new Canadians ...

259 Robinson

Fire at 259 Robinson claims the life of an elderly woman

At 6:00 PM on Tuesday, April 2nd Halton Emergency Services responded to a fire  at the Jean and Howard Caine Apartments which are located at 259 Robinson Street. Unfortunately, the fire resulted in the death ...

Safety Campaign

Christmas Fire Safety Campaign with the Oakville Blades

Oakville Fire kicks off the 2018 holiday safety campaign at Blades game on Saturday, December 1st.

1514 Pilgrims Way

Apartment Fire at 1514 Pilgrims Way

Early Saturday morning on November 3rd at approximately 00:30 hours, Oakville Fire Department and Halton Regional Police Services responded to a fire at a condominium complex located at 1514 Pilgrims Way in Oakville.


Granary residents evacuated due to coolant leak

The Halton Regional Police Service was called to the Granary, a high rise building situated at 100 Lakeshore Road East, Oakville.

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