Lowe's Distribution Centre Milton Ontario

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 James Snow Parkway (West of Hwy. 25) in Milton.

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Milton Newsstand: April 19, 2012

Milton Newsstand is a weekly rundown of links to current Milton news headlines around the mighty interwebs. This week, angry Moffat residents voice their concerns to Milton Hydro,

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Halton Region recognized for commitment to local food

On April 18, 2012, Local Food Plus presented Halton Region with a certificate of achievement for 2011 Local Sustainable Food Procurement. This award shows that Halton is meeting

Earth Hour

Region encourages residents to participate in Earth Hour

Halton Region encourages residents to participate in Earth Hour. On Saturday, March 31, Halton Region will join communities around the world by turning out the lights for Earth Hour.

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Halton Region to host first Agricultural Forum

On Thursday, March 29, 2012, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., Halton Region will host its first Agricultural Forum at Country Heritage Park in Milton. “Halton Region is home

Halton Region red light camera program

Halton Region launches red light camera program

Halton Region has launched web pages (www.halton.ca/stoponred) to remind drivers about the dangers of running red lights, as well as informing residents about the new Red Light Camera

Jazz at the Museum Halton Region

Jazz at the Museum kicks off with Michael Keys

Michael Keys has performed at many local and regional venues, including Oakville Jazzfest and Burlington Ribfest. Known for his authentic vocals and stellar keyboarding, Keys has a terrific

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

Jazz at the Museum Halton Region

Jazz at the Museum: The Ingo Andersen Harmonica Trio

On Sunday, December 11, from 2 to 4 p.m., the Halton Museum Foundation will host its final jazz concert for 2011 with a performance from the Ingo Andersen Harmonica

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

First regional dual-lane roundabout set to open in Milton

The first Regional dual-lane roundabout, at Tremaine Road and Main Street in Milton, will open to traffic on Tuesday, October 11. “Ensuring the right infrastructure is in the right

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Milton Newsstand: September 22, 2011

Milton Newsstand is a weekly rundown of links to current Milton news headlines around the mighty interweb. This week, justifying the Main St. underpass, phase 2 of the

Milton Transit Bus

Halton Region to help low income residents with cost of public transit

Starting September 15, 2011 Halton residents with incomes below the Low Income Cut Off (LICO) will be able to apply to Halton Region for help with the cost

Halton Art Contest Waste Calendar

Region invites young artists to participate in annual calendar cover contest

Halton's fourth annual Waste Management calendar cover art contest will run from September 8 to October 14, 2011. Students from kindergarten to grade eight who live in or

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,

Young Halton artists recognized

The young winners of Halton’s third annual Waste Management calendar cover art contest were recognized at an event held the evening of January 11th at the Halton Regional

Tony Lambert Milton Ontario

Lambert seen as the face of change in Milton

Phinjo Gombu of the Toronto Star penned two articles which appeared in the Toronto Star over the weekend on the topic of the changing landscape in municipal politics

Are they nuts?!

Mike Cluett Mike Cluett's Milton Blog As many readers to my blog know, I have been supportive of the Region of Halton’s efforts to get the provincial government to provide

Smitherman ignoring Halton's needs

Mike Cluett Mike Cluett's Milton Blog Ontario's Energy and Infrastructure Minister George “Future Toronto Mayor” Smitherman says that Halton's growing pains “aren’t unique” and cant promise any additional funding. He

Motion to stall development will have little or no effect in Milton

It looks like Gary Carr's motion to stall Halton development will have little or no affect in Milton. Here is the latest from Milton Councillor Colin Best, from a

Showdown looms in Halton

Regional council passes resolution to stall growth of new developments if province doesn't pay Halton Region Council threw down the gauntlet yesterday with a resolution that says to developers

Region debating water fluoridation

When in doubt, take it out. That was the message councillors delivered loud and clear Thursday night after taking the first step to remove fluoride from drinking water in

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