ABOUT
 

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 3, 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 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 1, 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.
 

In 2018, JD represented the town of Oakville as one of the delegates in the Ontario PC convention, where he voted on various party policies and motions. 

JD also ran in two (2) federal elections as the local PPC Candidate for the Oakville riding. (2019, 2021) and was one of the top fundraisers.
 

He has had a successful career in the hospitality industry, including as a restaurant consultant for various local businesses. JD is currently a licensed mortgage agent and continues to serve and help people realize their home-owning dreams.
 

A passionate individual, JD has had many pursuits of interest, including being an active investor in the securities markets (2016-current), golf, martial arts, and travel. JD has been to Australia and spent a year traveling and working across that continent. This summer (2022) he has driven across Canada experiencing the beauty and immense diversity that makes this country one of the best in the world.
 

JD would be honoured to serve the community of Oakville as your Regional and Town Councillor for Ward 1.

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 3, attending 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 (2009), then went on to Humber College and graduated from the Business Administration Program (2013), receiving an Advanced Diploma. 

​In 2017, JD moved to Bronte located in Ward 1, and now calls this beautiful part of Oakville his home.

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