Del Ridge Homes Greenlife Downtown Milton Ontario

How a Milton commercial building will produce more energy than it uses

Del Ridge Homes has started construction in downtown Milton on a 32,000-square-foot office building — the first net-positive energy office building in Canada.

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West Nile virus Halton

Human Cases of West Nile Virus in Halton Region

The Halton Region Health Department has been notified by the Public Health Ontario - Toronto Laboratory of Halton’s first probable human cases of West Nile virus (WNV) illness

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Construction underway on Lowe’s Distribution Centre in Milton

Halton Region and the Town of Milton were on hand for a groundbreaking ceremony yesterday to celebrate the start of construction of Lowe's Canada’s Distribution Centre at 3333

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Heat Alert issued for Halton

As a result of hot temperatures, a Humidex Advisory has been issued by Environment Canada for today, July 23. This advisory is due to the combination of high

Kelso Beach Milton Ontario

Halton Region beach water monitoring results

The Halton Region Health Department monitors the water quality at public beaches throughout Halton. For the most recent information, the Health Department recommends that residents visit Halton Region’s

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Heat Alert for Halton

As a result of hot temperatures, a Humidex Advisory has been issued by Environment Canada beginning today, July 4. Hot and humid conditions are expected for Wednesday and

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Notice of road closure on Britannia Road in Milton

As part of the road reconstruction project occurring on Regional Road 25 in Milton, Britannia Road between Bronte Street/First Line to Regional Road 25 will be closed starting

Halton Regional Police

Arrest made in Milton fatality

Investigators with the Collision Reconstruction Unit (CRU) have made an arrest in the fatal collision that occurred in the Town of Milton on May 25th. That collision took

2008 Beijing Velodrome

Pan Am velodrome: Boon or bust for Milton?

Montreal’s 1976 Olympic velodrome houses one of the city’s most unique tourist features — an indoor zoo opened in 1992. Montreal’s failed attempt to sustain its Olympic track cycling venue after

Crash on 5 Sideroad

4 young adults taken to hospital after serious crash in Milton

Halton Regional Police are investigating a serious single-motor vehicle collision that occurred early this morning in Milton. Shortly after 4:00 a.m. police received a 9-1-1 call from a passing

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Today’s hot weather expected to break record

It’s a hot day in the GTA, with meteorologists predicting a record-breaking 30°C this afternoon. The temperature will heat up through to 5 p.m., with a chance of midday

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Deal reached to keep Milton GO trains running

CP Rail and the Teamsters union have reached a deal to keep big-city commuter trains running, including certain GO routes, even if there is a strike. “At the request

Premier Fitness Milton Ontario

Collection agency dogging former Premier fitness club members

Former members of Premier Fitness Clubs are being harassed by a collection agency demanding they pay dues for memberships they thought they had cancelled years earlier. The notices, from

Black bear shot by police in Burlington Ontario

Officers dispatch black bear after Burlington sighting

On May 16th at 10:00 a.m., several Burlington residents reported seeing a large black bear in the area of Mountainside Park.  The park is heavily forested, contains a

Halton Regional Police

Homicide unit investigating suspicious death at Mohawk

On Wednesday May 16th at 1:40 p.m., the Halton Regional Police Service were notified of the discovery of a man's body in a dormitory room on the property

Proposed Bell mobile tower at New Life Church Milton

Town staff says no to cross-shaped cell tower

Ward 6 Councillor Mike Cluett confirmed yesterday that Town staff recommended against proceeding with the controversial cell phone tower at New Life Church. You know, the cross-shaped one

Tom Chudleigh of Chudleigh's apple farm in Milton Ontario

75-90% damage expected to Ontario’s apple crop

When Tom Chudleigh awoke at 5:45 a.m. on April 28 at his orchard in Milton, about 65 kilometres west of Toronto, and saw his thermometer stuck at -5

Halton Regional Police

Officers encounter black bear in Milton

The Halton Regional Police Service has received several bear sighting reports over the past two days in Milton. On Saturday May 12, 2012, a citizen reported observing a bear

GO Train Toronto

GO train commuters eligible for refunds this Fall — under certain conditions

Premier Dalton McGuinty’s money-back guarantee to GO Transit riders will kick in this fall, the government announced Monday. If a GO train is more than 15 minutes late, commuters will be

GO Train Toronto

GO Transit adding two new trains to Milton line

GO Transit has announced they'll be running an additional train trip along the Milton line during morning and afternoon peak periods starting June 25th, 2012. Some existing service

Halton Regional Police

Halton Police release results from ‘Project Disconnect’

By now you've likely heard of the Halton Regional Police Service's 'Operation HoboCop', in reality referred to as 'Project Disconnect'. The campaign was directed at cracking down on distracted

Traffic on highway 401 at night

407 operator facing $25 million lawsuit

The company that operates the 407 highway has been hit with a $25-million class action lawsuit over its allegedly “callous” toll collection practices. Hamilton lawyers David Thompson and Matthew

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More than meets the eye with new Halton pumphouses

With their high pitched roofs, stylish brick veneer exteriors and attractive landscaping, two new ‘houses’ in Halton Region would certainly be of interest to real estate marketers. Except that

Halton Police operation hobo cop

Halton police initiate ‘Operation Hobo-cop’ in Burlington

It looks like the stealthly Halton Regional Police force is at it again. Three years ago you'll remember they disguised their police cars as taxis in an attempt to

Milton Mayor Gord Krantz

Local Matters with Mayor Krantz

TV Cogeco presents Local Matters. This week, host Mark Carr interviews Milton Mayor Gord Krantz on the subject of Milton's transit budget. SOURCE: TV

Milton News

Milton Newsstand: May 1, 2012

Milton Newsstand is a weekly rundown of links to current Milton news headlines around the mighty interwebs. This week, town user fees are about to go under the

Halton Regional Police

2012 Spring seatbelt campaign results released

The annual Spring Seatbelt Campaign, which ran from April 14 to 22nd, has now concluded. During the campaign the Halton Regional Police Service utilized a multi-faceted approach assigning all

Milton Centre for the Arts exterior

Milton Centre for the Arts wins Award of Excellence

The Town of Milton’s newest facility, the Milton Centre for the Arts, has won an Award of Excellence from Parks and Recreation Ontario. The Excellence in Design Award was

Milton truck inspection station on Hwy. 401

Gravel haulers interrupt truck inspections in Milton

Truck inspection activities have been ground to a halt at the Trafalgar South Inspection Station over the past two days, as disgruntled gravel haulers have overtaken the site

Halton Regional Police

Milton man accused of smuggling alcohol, drugs into Etobicoke jail

A corrections officer has been charged with drug offences after police say a man attempted to smuggle alcohol and marijuana into a Toronto jail. The suspect was arrested Monday

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