Brekland Realty

RECO suspends registration of Brekland Realty Group

The Registrar of the Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) has issued an immediate suspension of registration to Monster Realty Corporation which operates as Brekland Realty Group.

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Halton Regional Police

Police make arrests in relation to ATM ‘skimming’

In early January, the Regional Fraud Bureau commenced an investigation in relation to a group of individuals who were responsible for 'skimming' automated teller machines (ATM'S) and gas

Smart Commute Halton Carpool Week

Smart Commute Halton encourages people to share the ride this Carpool Week

Smart Commute Halton is inviting people who live and work in Halton Region to carpool during Carpool Week, February 6-10, and discover how much commuters can save by

Water fluoridation in Milton and Halton

Halton Region decides to keep fluoridation

In a somewhat surprising decision, Halton Region council voted against banning fluoride in its water Tuesday night after a 10-hour debate. The final vote was an 11-9 tally

Velodrome Pan Am games

Milton Town Council gives green light to velodrome

Milton town council voted Monday night in favour of becoming the host community for a Pan Am velodrome, dashing the hopes of Hamilton cyclist supporters lobbying for the

Milton News

Milton Newsstand: January 30, 2012

Milton Newsstand is a weekly rundown of links to current Milton news headlines around the mighty interweb. This week, the velodrome debate heats up, beware of 'urban coyotes'

Tim Hortons vs. Starbucks

Tim Hortons upsizes with new extra-large cups

We're a little obsessed about our coffee here in Canada, eh? Proof of this occurred yet again yesterday when news that the iconic Canadian franchise Tim Hortons, plans to

Milton News

Milton Newsstand: January 13, 2012

Milton Newsstand is a weekly rundown of links to current Milton news headlines around the mighty interweb. This week, an update on Milton Transit fares, Lambert apologizes, the

Halton Regional Police

Shoppers Drug Mart in Milton robbed

Halton Regional Police are seeking public assistance after a Milton pharmacy was robbed on December 29th, 2011. At approximately 9:35 p.m., a lone male entered the Shoppers Drug Mart,

Troy's Toy Drive 2011 raises over $100,000

Troy’s Toy Drive 2011 raises over $100,000

Every year at about this time, a jolly man delivers toys to children all over the world. I know, you're thinking Santa Claus, Saint Nicholas or Pére Noël,

Halton Regional Police

Construction worker killed at Milton mushroom farm

Halton Regional Police are investigating a fatality that occurred Tuesday afternoon at a Milton mushroom farm. At approximately 2:45 p.m. on December 20th, emergency services were called to

Velodrome Pan Am games

Milton gets the nod for the velodrome

The velodrome race is Milton’s to lose. Officials with the 2015 Pan Am Games confirmed that Milton is their pick for the planned site of a permanent indoor cycling

Wilfrid Laurier University campus coming to Milton

Wilfrid Laurier University involved in Milton’s velodrome bid

Wilfrid Laurier University could be getting a $40-million velodrome. Not at its home campus. Nor at its satellite school in Brantford. We’re talking about constructing a slanted oval for 2015

Milton News

Milton Newsstand: December 8, 2011

Milton Newsstand is a weekly rundown of links to current Milton news headlines around the mighty interweb. This week, Halton Regional Police are seeking a sizable budget increase,

Milton Main St. underpass under construction

Main St. underpass affecting abandoned industrial property

One of the largest road projects ever undertaken by the Town of Milton has also been the catalyst for the remediation of a brownfield site which will eventually

Tony Lambert Milton Ontario

Councillor Lambert in hot water again

A little less than two months after being charged with assault, Milton local and regional councillor Tony Lambert has found himself in more hot water. Earlier this morning, visitors

Longos Milton Grand Opening

Longo’s store opens in Milton

After years of residents complaining about an insufficient number of grocery stores in our fair town, Milton is now represented by a wide variety of options. Highlighting that

Holiday shopping theft

How to avoid being victimized this holiday season

The Halton Regional Police Service wants to remind residents about some precautionary measures they can take now that the colder weather is upon us and holiday shopping has

Halton Regional Police

Serious crash in Milton sends three to hospital

Halton Regional Police are investigating a serious crash that occurred in Milton (Nassagaweya) Monday evening. Shortly before 6 p.m. a 2012 Ford was northbound on Second Line Nassagaweya.

Longos store in Milton

Longo’s brings a “fresh tradition” to Milton with the opening of its new store

The Longo family is very proud to announce the official opening of their brand new store located in beautiful Milton. The store is located near the intersection of

Halton Regional Police

Halton Regional Police launch Holiday R.I.D.E. program

The Halton Regional Police Service commenced this year’s holiday R.I.D.E. campaign on November 22nd at Iroquois Ridge High School in Oakville. The Service has once again partnered with

Milton News

Milton Newsstand: November 24, 2011

Milton Newsstand is a weekly rundown of links to current Milton news headlines around the mighty interweb. This week, the Region looks to freeze taxes for a third

Halton Region roundabout Tremaine Rd.

Improvements to Tremaine Rd. make for shorter, smoother commutes

Commuters, residents and visitors will benefit from increased safety and improved traffic flow throughout Milton thanks to the reconstruction of Tremaine Road. This major infrastructure project included widening Tremaine

Water fluoridation in Milton and Halton

Why are we putting hazardous waste into our drinking water, again?

Halton Regional Council is set to revisit the issue of the fluoridation of Halton's water in January 2012, which means now is the perfect time to start really

Oakvillegreen conservation association

Public discussion about water fluoridation in Halton

You are invited to a free, public discussion about water fluoridation in Halton hosted by Oakvillegreen Conservation Association. Refreshments will be provided and everyone is welcome to attend. Halton

New Milton high school ground breaking

New Milton high school has a name

The new high school currently under construction at Fourth Line and Louis St. Laurent Blvd. in Milton finally has a name. When the school opens its doors in

Healthy dog Mea from Milton Ontario

Milton couple jailed for severe abuse of their dog

Natasha Janajevic and Stephen Lopez of Milton were found guilty and convicted of cruelty by causing and permitting distress to an animal this week. The couple failed to

Halton Regional Police

Serious collision closes Steeles at Sixth Line

Halton Regional Police are investigating a serious injury collision in the Town of Halton Hills. At approximately 10 p.m. on Wednesday November 16, 2011 a transport truck carrying

Tim Hortons lattes

Tim Hortons bringing $2 espresso to the masses

Tim Hortons, the Canadian company known for addictive, affordable coffee, par-baked doughnuts (and extreme folksiness), are bringing espresso-based coffees to 2,500 locations across Canada. The drinks, which include

Grave stones in Flanders Fields

Lest we forget

Today is Remembrance Day and we remind everyone to observe two minutes of silence this morning at 11:00 am in honour of all of the Canadian men and

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