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Putting Oakville first

Beth Robertson is running for elected official
  • BETH FOR WARD ONE
    Creating vibrant community through service, dialogue and engagement.
  • BETH FOR WARD ONE
    Creating vibrant community through service, dialogue and engagement.
  • BETH FOR WARD ONE
    Creating vibrant community through service, dialogue and engagement.

Vote for Beth Robertson for Town Councillor

The Oakville Municipal Election will be held on Monday, October 22. #ElectBeth
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All-Candidates Debate

View the facebook Video here!


Election Day

Election Day October 22 from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. at ANY of the following locations:

Palermo Public School: 2561 Valleyridge Dr.
Eastview Public School: 2266 Hixon Rd.
Harvest Bible Chapel: 500 Great Lakes Blvd.

QE Park Community and Cultural Centre: 2302 Bridge Rd.
Walton United Church: 2489 Lakeshore Rd. West
Oakville Town Hall: 1225 Trafalgar Rd.


Endorsement from Pam Damoff, former Town Councillor and current MP Oakville North Burlington and fellow community activist.

"There is no one better to be Ward 1 Town Councillor than Beth Robertson. She has dedicated her life to service - as a teacher, coach, at her church and for those living with ALS.

As a former Town Councillor, I know Beth has the passion, commitment and knowledge to represent her constituents well at Town Hall. She is a collaborator by nature, and will bring her skills to the Council table to work with her colleagues to make Oakville the best it can be. When you vote on October 22nd, elect someone who truly cares about her community - vote for Beth Robertson."


Get to know Beth:

  • 30 year resident of southwest Oakville
  • Retired secondary school teacher (2017)
  • Lives an active lifestyle as a soccer player (Oakville Soccer Club since 1996); Dragon Boat paddler (Burloak Canoe Club since 2009); emerging Triathlete (since 2016)
  • Humber’s Greatest High School Teacher Award (2007)

About Ward One:

  • Population as of June 2016 – 27,312
  • Predicted for June 2021 – 28,893
  • Ward 1 is bounded on the North by Dundas Street, between Burloak Drive and Bronte Road; East by Bronte Road, between Dundas Street and the QEW; and by the QEW, between Bronte Road and Third Line, between the QEW and Lake Ontario; South by Lake Ontario, between Third Line and Burloak Dr.; West by Burloak Dr., between Lake Ontario and Dundas St.
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