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Maple Syrup Festival at Bronte Creek Provincial Park, OakvilleIt's Maple Syrup Festival time again at Bronte Creek Provincial Park. The Maple Syrup Festival runs on March weekends and every day during March break.To enter Bronte Creek Provincial Park, follow Burloak Drive to #1219. Once in the pa...
03/12/2010
Home. Just the word evokes a cosy, safe feeling where we can let out a sigh of relief as we let down all pretenses and settle back into our world-weary skins.Home has been many places to me, over many years. Physically, home has been some 30 structures speckled across a map stained with the intan...
03/08/2010
East Fourteen Mile Creek Trail, West Oak Trails, Oakville, OntarioToday was a beautiful, late winter day that gave a glimpse of the spring nature has in store for us.  Warm and sunny, it was the perfect day for a hike down East Fourteen Mile Creek Trail.My brother Clayton and his family visited w...
03/07/2010
International Women's Day falls on Monday, March 8th, 2010. International Women's Day week (March 7th-13th) starts today and the week long series of events, remembrances and re-newed commitments to bettering the lives of girls and women the world over, will begin. What does it mean to to be a wom...
03/07/2010
Bronte Real Estate Market Report, Oakville - February 2010Situated in the south-west corner of Oakville, the historical Village of Bronte can be found. Bronte is one of Oakville's oldest inhabited regions. Bronte began as a village on the mouth of 12 Mile Creek in 1834. Over time it developed int...
03/07/2010
Old Oakville Real Estate Market Report, Oakville, Ontario - February 2010 Oakville's oldest community, Old Oakville was the first area to be settled due to it's natural harbour at the mouth of Sixteen Mile Creek. With the proximity to the harbour, early settlement flourished.Today, Old Oakville e...
03/06/2010
Glen Abbey Real Estate Market Report, Oakville - February 2010Glen Abbey, one of Oakville's most affluent neighbourhoods, is located in the west central part of the City of Oakville.It is world reknowned for it's famous golf course, Glen Abbey. Designed by Jack Niklaus, Glen Abbey Golf Course, wi...
03/06/2010
River Oaks Community in the City of Oakville is located in the north central region of Oakville. It is a residential neighbourhood consisting of a wide variety of detached homes, freehold townhouses, condominium townhouses and apartments.A family friendly neighbourhood, River Oaks boasts beautifu...
03/05/2010
West Oak Trails is a residential area in north west Oakville consisting of newer townhouses and detached homes. It's reknowned for it's many walking trails that border along picturesque creeks and wooded areas. West Oak Trails has numerous shopping plazas and professional businesses within it's b...
03/05/2010
Change. Change can be good. Change can be very, very bad. Change can be very, very good. Change can be just a few steps down from where you are now. The one thing change can't be is 'neutral'. With anything new there are often problems. The problem with change is that it never stops happening. Wh...
03/04/2010
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