in Oakville, Ontario on the grounds of the Glen Abbey Golf Course. The Jack Nicklaus-designed course has hosted more than 20 Canadian Opens since 1977. *Oakland, California Jack London Sq (OKJ) (Jack London Square Station) (Oakland – Jack London Square (Amtrak station)) *Oakville, Ontario, Canada (OKL) (GO Station) (Oakville GO Station) ''(Canadian railway station used by the joint Via Rail Amtrak ''Maple Leaf (Maple Leaf (Amtrak Via))'' train)'' * Ocala
, Florida (OCA) (Amtrak station) (Ocala (Amtrak station)) (Thruway Motorcoach stop since November 2004) John Craig built Ardwold, an enormous residence of 50 rooms in Toronto, beginning in 1909, and finished in 1911. He also acquired a resort home from his mother in Oakville, Ontario called called Raymar Estate (the estate has since disappeared). He was made a Knight Bachelor in 1915 in recognition of his participation in the war (First World War) effort, and so became Sir
League Organization in all of Canada. Having the Oakville Whitecaps as their All-star team. Their main field for 12U and under is Cornwall Park were the Home office is. Glen Abbey Golf Course, site of several Canadian Open (Canadian Open (golf)) professional golf championships and many other amateur tournaments, is also located in Oakville. Another sport Oakville is well known for is its Burloak Canoe Club, where they have had Olympians come out
This course served as the host site for the Canadian Open (Canadian Open (golf)) for many years, the first being in 1977.
attempted to earn a living as a cartoonist, and his first full-page comic, "Heart Break Comics", was published in ''The Georgia Straight'' from 1977–1978. Boswell moved to Vancouver (Vancouver, Canada) in 1977, and in 1978, he launched ''Reid Fleming, World's Toughest Milkman''. Another title Boswell created is ''Ray-Mond''. The '''Diocese of Niagara''' is one of thirty regional divisions (29 dioceses and one former diocese) in the Anglican
included Jann Arden, Oakville resident Tom Cochrane, Great Big Sea, Alannah Myles, Blue Rodeo, Susan Aglukark, Michelle Wright, Jacksoul, Colin James, The Philosopher Kings, Jesse Cook, Finger Eleven, Justin Hines, Bedouin Soundclash, Ill Scarlett, Jully Black, and Hedley (Hedley (band)). For the Love of the Arts Festival The For the Love of the Arts Festival is an annual event taking place in the late spring in Oakville
. Sealand claims that its first official athlete was Darren Blackburn of Oakville, Ontario, Canada, who was appointed in 2003. Blackburn has represented Sealand at a number of local sporting events, including marathons (Marathon (sport)) and off-trail races.
~& Active Interview DATE OF BIRTH November 11, 1982 PLACE OF BIRTH Oakville (Oakville, Ontario), Ontario, Canada DATE OF DEATH foundation 1999 (as Rockstar Canada) 2002 (as Rockstar Toronto) location Oakville (Oakville, Ontario), Ontario, Canada industry Game development (Video game development) '''Rockstar Toronto''' (formerly '''Rockstar Canada''') is an in-house Video game development game development
Oakville also has a moderate amount of success in hockey with the Oakville Blades, a Tier II Junior "A" (Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League) franchise since 1966, and a "AAA" hockey
, and the Whitby Brass Band, who will celebrate their 150th anniversary in 2013. There are some semi-professional groups, like the Intrada Brass Intradabrass.ca of Oakville (Oakville, Ontario), Ontario. One of the most successful brass bands in Canada is the Hannaford Street Silver Band. Hssb.ca production 2004–2007 assembly Oakville, Ontario
(automobile) Lincoln division and a de facto successor to the Lincoln Aviator luxury SUV (Sport utility vehicle). It debuted as a 2007 model (model year) in December 2006 as a production version of the Lincoln Aviator Concept (Concept vehicle) shown at the 2004 North American International Auto Show. Wiesenfelder, Joe. "Lincoln Aviator Concept." Cars.com. 2004. http: www.cars.com go features autoshows vehicle.jsp?vehicletype concept&autoshowyear 2004&vehicle concept_Lincoln_Aviator Other than unique styling and some premium features, the MKX is closely related to its sister vehicle (badge engineering) the Ford Edge, sharing Ford's CD3 (Ford CD3 platform) platform (Automobile platform), powertrain, body panels, and other design elements. The MKX is of unibody (Monocoque) construction and is natively front-wheel drive with available all-wheel drive. Its sole powertrain is a 3.5 L Duratec (Ford Duratec engine) V6 (V6 engine) mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission. The MKX can seat up to five people. The MKX is a stark contrast to its predecessor, the Aviator, which was based on the Ford Explorer's rear-wheel drive (Automobile layout) and four-wheel drive body-on-frame platform, came with a standard V8 (V8 engine), and was larger with seating for up to seven people. The 2007 MKX debuted with a base MSRP (Suggested retail price) of $35,770 USD (United States dollar), ranging up to the mid-$40,000 USD (United States dollar) range when fully optioned. Mateja, Jim. "2007 Lincoln MKX." Chicago Tribune. 18 February 2007. Cars.com. http: www.cars.com go crp research.jsp?revid 50952&indcriteria ASSET_TYPE-Affiliate+Review%2CBuying+Guide%2CVehicle+Profile%7CM-_28_%7CD-_8238_%7CY-_2007_%7CresultStructure-combined&revlogtype 19&makeid 28&modelid 8238&year 2007&myid &revlogtype 19§ion reviews&mode &aff national The MKX is built alongside its Ford Edge sibling at Ford's Oakville Assembly Plant in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. Lincoln updated the interior in 2011, while the exterior was refreshed. '''CHTZ-FM''' is a radio station in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. The station airs at 97.7MHz FM (FM radio), and broadcasts an active rock format with the brand name '''HTZ (Hits) FM'''. It is one of the most powerful rock radio stations in southern Ontario, as it can be heard not only in the Niagara Region (Regional Municipality of Niagara), but also in Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario), the portion of the Greater Toronto Area that includes Burlington (Burlington, Ontario), Oakville (Oakville, Ontario) and Mississauga, and in Buffalo, New York. The '''Report of the Primate's Theological Commission of the Anglican Church of Canada on the Blessing of Same-Sex Unions''' (commonly known as the '''St. Michael Report''', after the Oakville, Ontario convent of the Community of the Sisters of the Church where it was prepared) was the opinion of that Commission on the question of same-sex blessings. birth_date An Oakville (w:Oakville, Ontario), Ontario woman married a man on New Zealand radio station ''The Edge (w:The Edge)'' after winning reality show ''Three Strangers and a Wedding (w:Three Strangers and a Wedding)''.
'''Oakville''' is a suburban town in Southern (Southern Ontario) Ontario, Canada. Located in Halton Region (Regional Municipality of Halton), on Lake Ontario, it is part of the Greater Toronto Area. As of the 2011 census (Canada 2011 Census) the population was 182,520.