Oakville Apartments and housing rentals
Living in or moving to Oakville, Ontario
For information on your rights as a tenant go to the Ontario Tenants Most Asked Questions and Answers page.
This is also a helpful list for those who are living in or moving to Oakville Canada, not just those looking for Oakville apartments for rent.
Oakville public housing, rent geared to income accomodations, and government benefits for the disadvantaged:
Halton Region - Ontario Works for employment, welfare and other social assistance
How to contact your Town of Oakville Mayor and Councillors
Town of Oakville By-laws
Regional Municipality of Halton
Halton household hazardous waste site, 5400 Regional Road 25, Milton, for proper disposal of hazardous waste such as batteries, fluorescent and compact fluorescent lamps (as they contain mercury,) pharmaceuticals, paints, solvents, pesticides, etc..
Legal Aid Ontario - Halton Office, 277 Lakeshore Rd E, #211, Oakville, (905) 845-7591
COMMUNITY LEGAL AID CLINICS
Fire: for emergencies call 911
Halton Regional Police Services: for emergencies and crimes in progress call 911
Ontario Regional Poison InformationCentre 416-813-5900 or Toll Free1-800-268-9017 (TTY-only 416-597-0215)
Halton Lighthouse Shelter, (Salvation Army), 750 Redwood Square, 905-339-2918
Telehealth Ontario 1-866-797-0000 for health advice over the phone
Walk in and Community Health Clinics We recommend you telephone a clinic in advance to ensure the clinic will be open and a doctor will be available when you plan to arrive. (Sorry, I can't list the hours and days of service as they can change and it is too much work on a volunteer basis to keep track and update such detailed information.)
Hospitals Halton Healthcare, Georgetown Hospital, 1 Princess Anne Dr, Georgetown, L7G 2B8, 905-873-0111 (until the new Oakville Hospital opens at the end of 2015).
Doctor Search, a service provided by the
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario
Halton District School Board, for public Kindergarden to Grade 12 education