OPP Special investigations unit

SIU investigating death of Milton motorcyclist near Guelph

Several motorcyclists, were fleeing an officer after they were clocked at high speeds on Hwy. 6 near Guelph. A Milton man collided with a car at an intersection and was later pronounced dead.

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Halton Region issues heat alert

From Halton Region: As a result of hot temperatures, a Humidex Advisory will be issued by Environment Canada beginning today, July 18, 2011. This advisory is due to

Halton Regional Police

Milton man accused of snapping photos up women’s skirts

Police have arrested a Milton man they allege snapped photos up women's skirts in a southwestern Ontario store. Police said they were called to a Wal-Mart on Pinebush Road

Milton farmer Peter Lambrick

Rural road rage

When Peter Lambrick drives to work, he runs the gauntlet of rude gestures, angry honking and risky manoeuvres by other motorists. Rural road rage is at full throttle as

Halton Regional Police

Halton police make multiple arrests in ATM ‘skimming’ ring

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

Sapporo Jazz Festival Winners in Eden Mills

En route from Sapporo, Japan for their performance at the Toronto International Jazz Festival, three exciting young Japanese musicians will give a benefit performance at the Eden Mills

Halton Regional Police

Assault suspect turns himself in

Amandeep Kalkat, the third suspect wanted in connection with an assault on a truck driver in a Milton parking lot last week, has surrendered to Halton Police. The 36-year-old

Cow on the loose in Milton

Meandering cow captured safely in Milton

A meandering cow that had eluded capture in the Milton area since late last month is in custody. Police say the bovine was apprehended without incident Thursday in a

Demonstration at Lisa Raitt's constituency office

Strikers demonstrate outside of Raitt’s Milton office

Angry Canada Post and Air Canada strikers demonstrated outside federal labour minister Lisa Raitt's constituency office Wednesday afternoon. CHCH's Cristina Tenaglia reported that of the 200 protestors outside Raitt's

Halton Regional Police

Police arrest 2 men and search for a third in Milton assault

The Halton Regional Police Service has arrested two men and obtained an arrest warrant for a third in relation to an assault that took place in a Milton

Cow on the loose in Milton

Drivers beware! Cow on the loose in Milton

There's a cow on the loose and police in Milton are warning motorists to watch out for the wandering bovine. Halton police say they've received seven different sightings of

Halton Regional Police

Police investigating fail to remain at accident in Milton

The Halton Regional Police Service is investigating a fail to remain accident that occurred on Saturday June 11, 2011 at approximately 2:20am in Milton. A Toyota was travelling northbound

St. Paul's United Church, Milton Ontario Canada

St. Paul’s will be restored

It appears as if St. Paul's has avoided the wrecking ball. The congregation, by a vote of 174 to 151 has decided to restore the church, originally built

Milton Public Library Main Branch

New Milton Library branch opens

The new Milton Public Library's Main Branch celebrated its grand opening on Tuesday, located at Main St. and Thompson Rd. in the new Milton Centre for the Arts. Ken

Frankie Flowers - Frank Ferragine

Springridge Farm Presents: An evening with Frankie Flowers

Frank Ferragine, one of Toronto's favourite television personalities, is coming to Springridge Farm! With a family background in horticulture, he is currently the Gardening Expert and Weather Specialist

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Heat Alert issued for Halton Region, June 8, 2011

As a result of hot temperatures, a Humidex Advisory will be issued by Environment Canada beginning today, June 7, 2011. This advisory is due to the combination of

Town of Milton approves open air burning by-law

Milton Council has approved a new by-law that regulates the burning of open-air fires, now allowing residents in both urban and rural areas of Milton to conduct open-air

Wilfrid Laurier University campus coming to Milton

Laurier Milton campus in jeopardy?

The Ontario government no longer will let colleges and universities decide where to set up satellite campuses — as many small and remote schools have done to gain

Target store coming to Milton

Target store coming to Milton

Target Corp. has announced the first 105 locations that it will take over from Zellers when it begins opening stores in Canada in early 2013. “This is just the

Halton Regional Police

Serious 3 vehicle collision in Milton

A serious 3 vehicle collision has sent six people to area hospitals, with one in very serious condition. On Saturday May 14th, 2011 at approximately 11 a.m. police

Tiger Jeet Singh foundation Japan Relief

Launch of Japan Relief Campaign a huge success

In front of a packed assembly of students ranging from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 7, the Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation along with their partner, the Halton District School

Silicon Halton

Making Halton the next Silicon Valley

Chris Herbert and Rick Stomphorst want Halton to become the next Silicon Valley. With a handful of highways criss-crossing the region, which encompasses Oakville, Burlington, Milton and Halton Hills,

Halton Regional Police

Arrests made in Milton robbery

On March 9th, 2011, at 2:30 a.m. a Milton man was walking home from a party when he was accosted by a masked male, armed with a knife,

Emergency plane landing in Burlington

Quick-thinking pilot commended

The young pilot flying a small plane carrying three high school students who made a forced landing in Burlington on Thursday — dodging goalposts and a “Walk for

Gas prices jump at GTA pumps

Gasoline prices at the pumps soared in parts of Ontario and Quebec early Tuesday, even as the price of crude oil was little changed. Motorists were paying 6.5 cents

Emergency plane landing in Burlington

Plane makes emergency landing in Burlington field

Some students were playing soccer. Others were eating lunch and chatting with their friends when the Cesna 172 plane flew next to a Burlington high school en route

Lisa Raitt 2011 Federal Election Halton Riding

Raitt scores resounding win in Halton

The crowd inside Ned Devine’s Irish Pub in Milton said it all as Conservative Lisa Raitt celebrated her victory in Halton riding. “Landslide Lisa. Landslide Lisa,” they shouted. Indeed, Raitt,

Rain barrels Halton Region

Rain barrels available from Halton Region

Diverting water from your downspout into a rain barrel allows for rain water capture and storage. This is an excellent source of water for your plants and

Grow Milton Hospital press conference Queen's Park

Grow Milton Hospital team at Queen’s Park

On Monday, the Grow Milton Hospital team, led by MPP Ted Chudleigh, sat in on the Provincial Legislature and delivered their petition to Dalton McGuinty's Liberal government. Ward 6

Scott Fox Milton Hospital Rally

Grow Milton Hospital Rally coverage

Despite the frigid, wet and blustery weather, the Grow Milton Hospital Rally went on as scheduled Saturday at Victoria Park in Milton. Ward 6 Councillor Mike Cluett, who was

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