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2019 Christmas Eve

2019 Christmas Eve and Day Services in Oakville

Are you wondering where to attend a 2019 Christmas Eve or Christmas Day service in Oakville? There are 32 churches with Christmas Eve and/or Christmas Day Services. There is a place for you to celebrate.

2019 Christmas Light Displays

Oakville’s Best 2019 Christmas Light Displays

A beautiful part of the holiday season are the 2019 Christmas Light Displays. To know where  all of them are is impossible with out the help of our community, since there are new people who ...

Medical Walk-In Clinics

Medical Walk-In Clinics in Oakville

You are sick or someone you know is sick or hurt. You call up your family doctor, and they can’t see you for several days. Going to the Emergency Room for seems a little excess ...

deceased

Deceased Man found in Lake Ontario

On Friday, September 13, 2019, the Halton Regional Police Service recovered the body of a deceased male.

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).

Christmas Light Displays 2018

Christmas Light Displays 2018 in Oakville

Thanks for sharing the locations of the Christmas Light Displays 2018 that put a smile on your face. To know where  all of them are is impossible with out your help. There are more, but ...

Hit & Run in South East Oakville: Police Continue Search for Suspect

On Sunday, September 24, 2017 a hit & run occurred in South East Oakville. ​The Halton Regional Police is seeking the public’s assistance to identify the male driver, female passenger,

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.

Urban Coyote, Town of Oakville,

Public Education is key to living with coyotes

Last night, Wednesday, January 20, 2016 a packed house at St. Mildred’s-Lightbourn School heard about coyote behaviour and what we all need to do to ensure a peaceful coexistence with wildlife in our community. “Coyotes ...

OTMH Patient Room

Local Citizens Report on Urgent Health Needs due to Oakville Hospital Move

On Thursday November 13, 2014, Oakville residents Carol and Grant Gooding met with Graeme Goebelle (Chair), Bill McLeod (C.E.O.), and Liane Fernandes (Senior Director, Health System Development and Community Engagement), of the Mississauga Halton Local ...

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