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Oakville is a town in Halton Region, Ontario, Canada. It is located on Lake Ontario between Toronto and Hamilton. At its 2021 census population of 213,759, it is Ontario's largest town. Oakville is part of the Greater Toronto Area, one of the most densely populated areas of Canada.
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Good Things Happen in Threes: Oakville is home to three distinct business areas: Bronte Village, Downtown Oakville and Kerr Village, each brimming with character, unique shops and restaurants. Home to History: With historical highlights that include shipbuilding, immigration and the Underground Railroad, Oakville’s distinct heritage is on display at the town’s many heritage buildings and trails .
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A little Oakville history. Oakville started in the 1860s as a water stop on the steam train line between ferry boats that docked in Vallejo and the resort town of Calistoga. The village gained its name from the dense groves of dark green valley oaks of the area. In 1868, H. W. Crabb turned Oakville into a wine-growing area that would become legendary.
Oakville is one of California's most renowned wine regions, sandwiched between Rutherford and Yountville in the very heart of the Napa Valley. It has gained worldwide recognition for its opulent Cabernet Sauvignon and voluptuous Merlot wines. The origins of Oakville's viniculture date back to 1868, when Henry Walker Crabb set up his first vineyard there.
Oakville is a census-designated place and neighborhood section of Watertown, Connecticut. in Litchfield County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 8,618 at the 2000 census. The zip code for Oakville, Connecticut is 06779.
Oakville GO Station is a GO Transit railway station and bus station in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. It is colocated and shares platforms with Via Rail's Oakville railway station. It is a stop on GO's Lakeshore West line train service and, until October 2007, served as the western terminus for weekend service.