Have you started your holiday shopping yet? Are you in need of some retail therapy? Or, do you just need to get out of the house and feel like shopping?

The holiday season can often be very stressful. Work tends to get busier, gifts have to be bought, and there is often more pressure to visit family and friends you haven't seen in a while.

This year, on Nov. 17, Oakville is recognizing International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day.

The town will recognize this day by hosting its own Survivor Day.

After over a year of fanfare and speculation, the decision has been made regarding Amazon’s second headquarters.

Oakville has some pretty crucial, and noteworthy, rules that residents should be aware of. 

An exciting opportunity has come up for Oakville students.

Mayor Rob Burton is asking students for their help with designing his 2018 Holiday Card.

Two words, free clothing. Yes, you read that right.

Here's how you can get free clothing in Halton.

More fresh air is coming to Burlington.

The City of Burlington has received a huge donation to plant more trees.

If you regularly shop at IKEA (as anyone in the market for affordable furniture does), you might also be a big fan of the Swedish brand's unique edible offerings.

You could receive up to $10,000.00 for a project in your Burlington community.

Here's how.