For most people I know, burgers make up a major food group (because who doesn't love a good old slab of meat on a grill?!), and Oakville has no shortage of incredible options.
Blenders are made for vegetables … there’s green juice, beet juice, carrot concoctions, and conventional smoothies — all of which you can find in Oakville, Burlington, and Milton.
Planet or plastic … those three words grace the June 2018 cover of National Geographic magazine but one Oakville man has been asking that very question for years.
Just try hosting a sporting event in Oakville without a massive platter of wings. It doesn't seem right without some wet napkins and bowls for bones and other debris.
Have you purchased a lucky ticket?A handful of residents across Ontario will be finding themselves a lot richer following the Lotto Max draw on Friday, May 18.
A warning has been issued regarding a shoreline hazard that could potentially result in flooding or erosion today (Saturday, May 19).
Police have appealed to the public for help in locating a missing woman in Burlington.
Planet or plastic … those three words grace the June 2018 cover of National Geographic magazine but one Oakville man has been asking that very question for years.
Looking for a laidback way to spend a summer evening (and admittedly tired of the same crowd on Ninth Line at the Oakville 5 Drive-in)?
Summer isn’t really here until you’ve packed up the Range Rover for a day at the beach (undubitably rockin’ a pair of faded, fringed cutoffs and a beater).
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Halton for the week of May 12 to May 18 based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on inhalton.com.
What are your plans for the weekend?Three days off combined with good weather calls for some fun.It's time to explore, eat or finally go do that one thing you've always wanted to.
There is no battle more serious and important than the battle between a city and a town vying to be recognized as the best place to go for exceptional fries.
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Halton for the week of May 12 to May 18 based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on inhalton.com.
Sad news, Oakville.A popular tea and coffee joint in town has shut its doors.We could’ve worked outta here all day, errryday.
An iconic Burlington restaurant has shuttered its doors for good.And its unique patio now sits empty.
Great news, Oakville sugar lovers.There will soon be another option to indulge in some oh-so-sweet goodness.
Great news, Burlington bakery lovers.(There's nothing but love for this spot on Guelph Line).A very popular bakery has officially doubled in size.
We made a wish and it’s coming true, Oakville (you’re welcome!).There’s a new supermarket coming to town and Whole Foods faithful will want to take note.
There’s beets, spinach, kale, and spectacular customer service in south Oakville.And it’s not pretentious or overpriced.
As if Google wasn’t already watching us!
Think combing the library shelves for a book is a thing of the past? Maybe it is, but here’s one way libraries are joining the 21st century and staying relevant.
Gas stations usually are loaded with chips, candy and pop.And there's nothing worse than filling up on junk when you're hangry.
The current Canadian (and perhaps western in general) coming of age story for young adults is different from the one most often lived and told in bygone eras.
There are two things Burlington are known for: its waterfront and awesome festivals.
If there's one thing Canadians love to do, it's crack open a cold one and relax.And according to Statistics Canada, Canadians love drinking more than ever.
As if Google wasn’t already watching us!
Are you looking for a new career or simply hoping to affirm that your job choice is the best one?
The numbers are in.For April, that is.
As a millennial, the goal of owning a home can be rather daunting — with housing prices as high as they are, many young Canadians have resigned themselves to the fact that they won’t be able to af
While everyone knows that the days of $350K detached houses in Oakville, Burlington and Milton are long over (barring very special circumstances, at least), most know that you can spend significant
The provincial government’s new rental contract is now in effect.
As if Google wasn’t already watching us!
When you drive to Pearson Airport (perhaps to embark on a trip or, less fortunately, pick someone up after their adventure has ended), you probably ask yourself a common question:
Burlington is known for winning and twinning — one of its sister cities is Itabashi, Japan (a suburban ward in Tokyo)
From wild turkey chases to people driving their cars backwards in the wrong lanes, anything is possible in Brampton.