Canada 150 Infrastructure Projects

The Canada 150 legacy will live on in Oakville for years to come thanks to a number of exciting infrastructure projects made possible through the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program.

Government of Canada’s Canada 150 Infrastructure Program

  • Expansion of Crosstown Heritage Trail - $336,600
  • River Oaks Community Centre accessibility improvement to fitness change rooms – $128,000
  • Falgarwood Soccer Field rehabilitation – $82,000
  • Coronation Park picnic area improvements – $33,000
  • Munns Creek Park playground rehabilitation – $20,000
  • Margot Drive Park playground renovation – $18,000
  • Riverbank Way Park playground rehabilitation – $16,000
  • Golden Meadow Park playground accessibility improvements – $13,000

For more information about the parks and trails improvements visit the Park Planning Project web page.

Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program logo

Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program logo

Oakville Community Foundation’s Community Fund for Canada’s 150

  • Bronte Creek Heritage Trail and Moccasin Trails - $40,450

Funding will go towards a First Nations information station on the Bronte Creek Heritage Trail and the creation of two Moccasin Trails – one on the Bronte Creek Heritage Trail and the other on the Inner Valley Trail portion of the Sixteen Mile Creek Trail. The Moccasin Trails will feature a series of plaques containing aboriginal stories, verses and information developed in partnership with the Mississauga’s of the New Credit First Nation and Indigenous community members.

Ontario150 Community Capital Program administered by the Ontario Trillium Foundation

  • Community kitchen at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre – $92,500

A commercial-grade kitchen, expected to be complete in early 2018, will provide a venue for cooking and nutrition programs for all ages and will also be available for community rentals and events.