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The Co-operators locations in Oakville, Ontario
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Oakville is Ontario’s largest town, located in the Halton Region midway between Toronto and Hamilton. It forms part of the Greater Toronto Area, and is ranked high among Canada’s top places to live for of its high incomes, healthy population growth, low crime, good weather, and vibrant arts and sports community.
These factors, however, also make Oakville an expensive city, second only to Toronto in its relative unaffordability. So, if you own a home in Oakville, make sure you also have the right insurance coverage to protect it. If you’re still looking, get in touch with our Co-operators Financial Advisors for a customized no-obligation home insurance quote. Also ask about our competitive car insurance. Our Financial Advisors can also help secure your family’s financial future in this expensive town with the right mix of life insurance and investments.
In Oakville, you’ll never be short on things to do and places to visit. For a tranquil day with family, head out to the Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park. For a delightful gastronomic and shopping experience, visit Oakville’s charming downtown district with its boutiques, cozy cafes and specialty shops. For a piece of unique history, peek into one of the town’s first landmarks, the Oakville Lighthouse. And all you thrill seekers, head out to iFLY Toronto (Oakville) Indoor Skydiving for a simulated free fall.
Getting in and around Oakville is fairly easy. The town is well connected to the rest of the GTA through GO Transit bus and rail service. Via Rail connects it to the Windsor-Quebec corridor. For those who prefer to drive, QEW, Highway 403 and Highway 407 ETR all run through Oakville. Dundas Street East and Lakeshore Road are the town’s two main arteries.
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