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Glen Abbey Golf Course feedback welcome

The general public is invited to attend join the staff at Town Hall on January 10 to learn about the Conservation Plan, the draft Cultural Heritage Landscape Conservation Plan By-law and proposed Official Plan and zoning by-law amendments. There will be an opportunity to provide feedback and have one-on-one discussions with staff. [...] Continue reading

New Year’s Levee this Weekend

The Town of Oakville will be hosting a New Year's Levee on Sunday, January 7.   The event will feature brief remarks from the Mayor, Rob Burton, as well as musical performances from the Oakville Children's Choir and the John Canham Trio.   Festivities take place from 1 to 3 p.m. in the South Atrium [...] Continue reading

Former Hospital site park design options

Tuesday Dec 12, 2017, is the final day to give your input regarding the park design in combination with the new South East Community Centre and surrounding neighbourhood.  Go to the Oakville.ca website and if you are interested in taking the survey Continue reading

Lakeshore Bridge to re-open

Yes, great news for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.  The bridge is scheduled to re-open on Friday November 17th at 3:30 pm just in time for the Santa Claus parade taking place on Saturday November 18th beginning at 9 am and it starts off at the corner of Lakeshore Road and [...] Continue reading

Rogers Hometown Hockey Festival on November 25 and 26

Rogers Hometown Hockey Festival comes to Oakville at the vicinity of 184 Church Street.  Church Street will be closed to traffic between Navy and George streets.  The event is scheduled to take place on Saturday November 25, from noon to 6 pm and again on Sunday November 26 from 11 [...] Continue reading

New mortgage lending rules to take affect on January 1, 2018

The latest lending restrictions announced by the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OFSI) announced on Tuesday, October 17th, means borrowers would be stress tested at either the five-year average posted rate, or two per cent higher than their actual mortgage rate — whichever one is higher. Among the major new rules is [...] Continue reading