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Cartoon of the Day: Nothing to Hide

Cartoon of the Day: Nothing to Hide

Oakville cartoonist Steve Nease provides us with a humorous take on current events.
Heavy rains could bring fast-flowing water, Conservation Halton warns

Heavy rains could bring fast-flowing water, Conservation Halton warns

Asking residents, children to keep a safe distance from all watercourses
Good morning, Oakville!

Good morning, Oakville!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
Oakville semi-truck driver charged in fatal collision with pickup

Oakville semi-truck driver charged in fatal collision with pickup

Collision north of Kitchener in October resulted in one death, with another taken to hospital with serious injuries
Measles case confirmed in Halton region

Measles case confirmed in Halton region

Confirmed travel-related case of measles in Milton has led to potential exposures in Halton from April 2 to 5
Ford government to reverse controversial development charge change: documents

Ford government to reverse controversial development charge change: documents

Documents obtained by The Trillium give a first glimpse at what's planned for Wednesday's housing bill — including giving universities planning power on their own campuses
Police report $15,000 in damages at Oakville park

Police report $15,000 in damages at Oakville park

Palermo Park was targeted recently after eight light fixtures had their copper wiring stolen.
BrokerLink acquisition includes Oakville company

BrokerLink acquisition includes Oakville company

'We’re excited to move forward as part of the BrokerLink team,' says principals of Powell Insurance Brokers
Cartoon of the Day: Arctic Military

Cartoon of the Day: Arctic Military

Oakville cartoonist Steve Nease provides us with a humorous take on current events.
Glen Abbey Community Centre to restrict parking April 10

Glen Abbey Community Centre to restrict parking April 10

Glen Abbey Community Centre will host a large event on Wednesday, April 10. Anticipated traffic congestion and delays are expected within the parking area from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. During this time, parking availability will be severely restricted.