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Oakville chamber has provincial election issues
4 January 2018
'Vote Prosperity' campaign calls for reinstatement of scheduled corporate tax reductions, increases in density and housing
The 2018 provincial election may not be until June, but the Oakville business community is already stating what they would like to see from the political parties.
Late last year, the Oakville Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Ontario chamber released Vote Prosperity, a platform and campaign outlining the Ontario business community’s priorities for the upcoming 2018 provincial election.
The campaign lists a series of recommendations, which the chambers say all political parties should adopt to ensure growth for the province’s economy.
Rob Burton will seek 4th term as mayor
2 October 2017
“It is a joy to be part of a winning team like this. As a coach I always believe in keeping a winning team together," Mayor says
Rob Burton will seek a fourth term as mayor of Oakville.
The local politician announced this morning (Oct. 2) he would be seeking re-election in the October 2018 municipal election.
The long-time mayor of Oakville made the announcement at the home of a supporter on Golfview Court — overlooking Glen Abbey Golf Course, which has been the subject of much attention lately.
Town council eyes creation of seventh ward for Oakville's 2018 municipal election
30 May 2016
To keep Oakville's proportionate representation on Halton Council
Oakville’s Town council voted recently to take another step towards introducing new ward boundaries for the 2018 municipal election.
The proposed boundary charge, which will increase the number of wards in Oakville from six to seven, will take place pending an increase in Regional Council’s representation.
This means Oakville council will increase in size by two councillors during the 2018 municipal election....
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