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Oakville, Ontario, Canada is a town on Lake Ontario in southern
Ontario, Canada and according to Canada Statistics
Census of 2006 its population is 165,613. It
was established in 1827. Oakville is midway between
Toronto and Hamilton. Oakville is part of the Greater
Toronto Area (GTA). Oakville, Ontario belongs to
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to the 2006 census, Oakville had a younger population
than Canada as a whole. Minors (youth under 19
years of age) totaled 28.1 percent of the population
compared to pensioners who number 11.7 percent.
This compares with the Canadian average of 24.4
percent (minors) and 13.7 percent (pensioners).
Oakville has a long history of
sporting. The recognized professional sports team
in Oakville is the Oakville Blue Devils of the
Canadian Soccer League. The Blue Devils are affiliated
with the Oakville Soccer Club, which is one of
the biggest soccer clubs in Canada.
Abby Golf course is also located in Oakville. Glenn
Abby is a Club Link course and the location of
several Canadian Open professional golf championships
and many other amateur tournaments. It is also
home to the Golf Association of Ontario.
first industries included shipbuilding, timber
shipment, and wheat farming. In the 1850s, there
was an economic recession and the foundry, the
most important industry in town, was closed. Basket-making
became a major industry in the town, and the Grand
Trunk Railway was built through it. The town eventually
became industrialized with the opening of Cities
Service Canada (later BP Canada and now what we
know as Petro Canada) and Shell Canada (later closed)
oil refineries, the Procor factory, and, most importantly,
the Ford Motor Company’s Canadian headquarters
and plant are all in Oakville, Ontario.
In Oakville English is the language
most spoken by its residents. However many residents
have German, Polish, Italian and French as their
The address of City Hall:
1225 Trafalgar Road
Oakville, ON L6H 0H3