Organizations, print, radio, television, and social media were all helpful in raising awareness of efforts to Save Glen Abbey to get our view on various developments. The Save Glen Abbey campaign lasted approximately 6 years.
BUILDmyCOMMUNITY unites people around the breakthrough projects to build a better world. This organization has worked alongside with Save Glen Abbey (SGA) since the beginning of the SGA campaign.
The Halton Regional Council voted to unanimously support the Glen Abbey motion, moved by Gary Carr, to protect the Glen Abbey lands. The Halton Regional Council‘s decision to support the Glen Abbey motion was crucial and helped to save the Glen Abbey Golf Course.
Jenkins Show Productions Jenkins Show Productions are a professional, family run, show management team that has produced over 675 successful events over the past 40+ years in the Southern GTA. Thank you to Sharon and Dave Jenkins. They supported the SGA coalition and donated Home Show booths so that Save Glen Abbey could gain momentum throughout the campaign.
Millcroft Against Development is a group of Millcroft community members with a mission to preserve the integrity of the existing Millcroft golf course & retain its original and current zoning of “Zone 01 – Open Space.” This organization had meetings with Save Glen Abbey and supported SGA on social media. Click here to keep up to date on the Millcroft Against Development news.
Oakville’s Town Council unanimously rejected the development proposal. This was critical in stopping the Glen Abbey Redevelopment proposal A New Glen Abbey: Open and Green. The Town asked for intervention from the provincial government of Ontario. Read the Town’s Timeline – Save Glen Abbey
Oakvillegreen Conservation Association is a local environmental non-profit, non-partisan organization that works to protect, enhance and restore the natural environment in Oakville for healthy ecosystems, clean air, and clean water. This organization has worked alongside with Save Glen Abbey since the inception of the SGA.
RAVEN5 is a Sweepstakes and Contest Marketing Agency that is in the business of running incentivized marketing campaigns for brands in the United States, Canada and Internationally. Raven5 was the Communications Team for Save Glen Abbey and launched all mass email campaigns, designed graphics for social media and populated the Save Glen Abbey website. The Raven5 team was critical to the success of saving Glen Abbey.
We Love Oakville (WLO) is an organization that represented approximately 84,000 residents during the Save Glen Abbey campaign. We Love Oakville’s coalition actively engages in Town issues that are of interest to the residents of Oakville. Thank you to the 9 “We Love Oakville” Resident Associations that supported Save Glen Abbey (July 9, 2019):
Save Glen Abbey would also like to thank the Glen Abbey Residents Association (GARA) for their support.
Golf Course Industry is a golf online publication with business articles on course maintenance practices, turfgrass, management tips, renovation plans, and more. Click here to read the article that GCI captured about Glen Abbey.
Score Golf is a golf online publication and has covered the fight to Save Glen Abbey.
Sportsnet is a Canadian English-language sports specialty channel owned by Rogers Sports & Media. They have written multiple articles about the Glen Abbey course over the past couple of years. Click here to read some articles that SN captured about Glen Abbey.
The Sports Network is a Canadian English language sports specialty channel that covers the latest sports news coverage, scores, highlights and commentary for NHL, CFL, NFL, NBA, MLB and more. They have written multiple articles about the Glen Abbey course over the past couple of years. Click here to read some articles that TSN captured about Glen Abbey.
The Oakville Beaver and its web version InsideHalton covered the fight to save Glen Abbey from the early days just after the proposed development was announced in 2015, through to the July 23 announcement by Minister Clark. The Oakville Beaver is a Metroland publication, owned by Toronto Star, and some of its articles also appeared in InsideHalton and the Toronto Star. Click here to read some articles that The Oakville Beaver captured about Glen Abbey.
Toronto Sun is an online publication and has covered the saving of Glen Abbey. They have written multiple articles about the Glen Abbey course over the past couple of years. Click here to read the article that Toronto Sun captured about Glen Abbey.