JD Meaney







John David Meaney, best known in Oakville as JD, has been living in Oakville since 2001 having moved from Montreal with his family at 11 years of age. Most of his youth in Oakville was spent near downtown Oakville in Ward Three, attending Oakville Trafalgar High School and graduating from White Oaks Secondary School. He pursued his post-secondary education at Seneca College, graduating from the Media Fundamentals Program in 2009. He then went on to Humber College and graduated from the Business Administration Program (2013), receiving an Advanced Diploma. 

For several summers ( 2011-2014)  JD volunteered and worked at two of the three Oakville BIA’s (2011-2014), where he acted as an ambassador to local businesses. 

In 2017, JD moved to Bronte located in Ward One, and now calls this beautiful part of Oakville his home.JD has always wanted to serve his community and contribute positively to Oakville and Canada. 






Please join us Saturday, September 24th, 2022 in beautiful Bronte Village at Taste of Colombia for our Campaign Kickoff!

Drop in between 2:00pm and 5:00 pm.

Mix n mingle with neighbours, friends and family.

Join us for coffee and cake.

JD will speak at 4:00pm.

Surprise entertainment.

Pick up your lawn sign

We look forward to seeing you.

Donations for the campaign will be accepted… cash, cheque and email transfer to info@jdmeaney.com Click here to register for your complimentary ticket.


Oakville Ward 1

History of Oakville’s Ward Boundaries

The Town of Oakville is comprised of 7 wards. On November 14, 2016, Council passed By-law 2016-109, that increased the town’s wards from six to seven and increased the size of Town Council to 15 (14 councillors, plus a Mayor). These changes came into effect for the 2018 municipal election.


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; and by Third Line, between the QEW and Lake Ontario;

South by Lake Ontario, between Third Line and Burloak Drive; and, West by Burloak Drive, between Lake Ontario and Dundas Street.

Election Day- Where can I cast my ballot?

Election Day is October 24 from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. at any of the following locations in Ward 1.

Eastview Public School: 2266 Hixon Rd., Oakville, L6L 1T4

Harvest Bible Chapel: 500 Great Lakes Blvd., Oakville, L6L 6X9 

Oakville Town Hall: 1225 Trafalgar Rd., Oakville, L6H 0H3 

Palermo Public School: 2561 Valleyridge Dr., Oakville, L6M 5H

QE Park Community & Cultural Centre: 2302 Bridge Rd., Oakville, L6L 3L5

Walton United Church: 2489 Lakeshore Rd. West, Oakville, L6L 1H9