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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Elayne Tanner Milton border confusion

Border confusion in Milton

Elayne Tanner has to convince people not to use a GPS to find her house, unless they want to type in all of this: 11084 Fifth Line Nassagaweya

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

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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

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

Oakville Halton pumphouse design

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

Milton Ontario News

Extra, Extra: April 20, 2012

Extra, extra is a rundown of all of the Milton, Ontario-related news headlines we missed earlier that you ought to care about or ought not to miss. This

Milton Ontario Newspaper

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,

Indira Naidoo-Harris

Naidoo-Harris petition urges Chudleigh to vote for provincial budget

Former Halton provincial Liberal candidate Indira Naidoo-Harris launched a petition earlier this week and began knocking on doors throughout Milton in an effort to gain the support to sway

Grow Milton Hospital Rally

Milton hospital expansion still a go

We reported recently that because of budget cuts from our provincial government, the proposed expansion for Milton District Hospital could end up being scrapped. Apparently the government still plans

Milton News

Milton Newsstand: April 5, 2012

Milton Newsstand is a weekly rundown of links to current Milton news headlines around the mighty interwebs. This week, Milton's poor Earth Hour results are dissected, kids love

Milton hospital expansion announcement Deb Matthews

Milton hospital expansion in jeopardy

Ontario’s government will backtrack on planned construction of new hospitals and upgrades to existing ones just months after Premier Dalton McGuinty promised them during a series of showy

Milton News

Milton Newsstand: March 22, 2012

Milton Newsstand is a weekly rundown of links to current Milton news headlines around the mighty interwebs. This week, the long-awaited expansion to Milton District Hospital looks to

Proposed Bell mobile tower at New Life Church Milton

Bell proposes cross-shaped cell tower for Milton

An application has been made by Altus Group Limited (on behalf of Bell Canada) to install a new cell tower in Milton in front of New Life Church

Tim Hortons Coffee

Tim Hortons coming to Thompson-Louis St. Laurent?

The Town of Milton is serviced relatively well by Tim Hortons franchises with a fairly even distribution throughout the town. However, for the almighty coffee and doughnut chain, there

Martin Capper Ward 1 Milton Ontario

Capper: Velodrome project puts Milton taxpayers at risk

Ever since the Town of Milton was given the nod by Pan Am officials as the preferred location for the velodrome, followed up by Town Council's overwhelming approval,

New development new homes in Milton Ontario

Globe and Mail runs feature on Milton

It looks like the results of the 2011 census grabbed some attention outside of our fair town after all. This past Saturday, the Globe and Mail ran a

Milton Ontario Newspaper

Milton Newsstand: February 15, 2012

Milton Newsstand is a weekly rundown of links to current Milton news headlines around the mighty interweb. This week, Milton defends its title as 'Canada's fastest growing city',

New development new homes in Milton Ontario

Milton: Still Canada’s fastest growing city

Take a bow Milton, you’re Canada’s fastest growing city. The city on Toronto’s outskirts grew by a whopping 56.5 per cent to 84,362 residents between 2006 and 2011, according

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'

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

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

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

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

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