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Trafalgar Road Construction

Trafalgar Road Construction to last until December 2021

Trafalgar Road Construction project’s genesis was back in 2015, when it was decided that Trafalgar from Leighland Blvd to Hays Blvd needed rehabilitation. From 2016 to 2019 detailed plans were drawn up. Utilities were relocated ...

Swiss Chalet

Oakville Stabbing by Swiss Chalet on Cross Avenue

The Halton Regional Police are investigating an assault with a weapon that occurred on Thursday August 22, 2019 at 5:40 pm in the parking lot of the Swiss Chalet restaurant located on Cross Avenue in ...

42nd Midnight Madness 2017 Downtown oakville

42nd Midnight Madness come and enjoy the fun

The 42nd Midnight Madness presented by Scotiabank is happening on Friday! Come to downtown Oakville on Friday, July 19, 2019 from 6 p.m. until Midnight. Enjoy all the madness: including incredible sales, fabulous finds, entertainment, ...

motorcyclist

Motorcyclist Injured After Collision In Oakville

At approximately 6:22 p.m. on June 12th, a 30-year-old male motorcyclist was driving eastbound on Wyecroft Road near the Bronte GO Station.

GO Rail Expansion program

GO Rail Expansion program increases frequency

Ontario’s government for the people is moving forward with the next stage of the GO Rail Expansion program that will improve and expand GO train service into a two-way all-day rapid transit service every 15 ...

pushers

Pushers of Cocaine and Fentanyl charged

Halton Regional Police charged two suspected pushers of cocaine and fentanyl, after a routine traffic stop in Oakville on Monday, May 13, 2019 . The police proactively conduct patrols of certain areas around town.

Identified: 8 Year Old Child assaulted at Cross Ave. No Frills

Regarding the 8 year old child assaulted at the Cross Avenue No Frills, on August 9, 2017 investigators, with the assistance of the public identified the suspect responsible.

2nd Update: 35 Year Old Man shot in Old Oakville: Suspects at Large

As a result of the investigation of the 35 year old man shot to date, Detectives of the Halton Regional Police Service have laid charges of attempted murder

GO Train

GO Train Schedules Displayed for Highway Commuters

Ontario is introducing a year-long pilot that will use electronic highway signs to show drivers nearby transit information and promote alternative travel options, to help manage congestion and get people where they’re going sooner.

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.

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