Oakville Mayor and Town Councillors unveil first-ever rainbow crosswalk
A rainbow is out in Oakville this morning.
The Town of Oakville unveiled its first-ever rainbow crosswalk at Kerr Village on Wednesday.
Oakville Mayor Rob Burton, Town of Oakville CAO Jane Clohecy and Town Councillors Ray Chisholm and Cathy Duddeck walked across the rainbow coloured crosswalk at the corner of Lakeshore Road and Kerr Street this morning.
To align with Pride Month in June, three rainbow crosswalks were installed on Lakeshore Road at the intersections of Navy Street, Bronte Road and Kerr Street.
The crosswalks will serve as a permanent symbol of Oakville’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
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