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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 for 2012: a female in her fifties from Burlington and a female in her thirties from Milton.

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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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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 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

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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

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

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,

Sheen’s shenanigans affecting Oakville-Milton & District Real Estate Board

Talk about the ripple effect. On the one hand, there's a real estate board in Ontario raising funds for the local Habitat for Humanity. On the other hand,

Halton Regional Police

Teens charged in Halton’s third murder of January

Police have charged two teens in connection with Halton’s third murder this month. Late Saturday night, police and paramedics rushed to Kerr and John Sts. in Oakville after reports

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

Heavy snow expected for parts of GTA Tuesday

Tuesday evening’s commute may become snarled as up to 15 cm of snow is expected to fall in parts of the GTA. A low pressure system that has dumped

The MILTON Tiger Cats? Oskee-wee-wee!

After months of debate, Hamilton City Councillors finally decided earlier this week on a location for the proposed stadium for the upcoming Toronto Pan Am Games - a

Milton Ontario News

Halton Police warn about health inspector scam

Authorities in Halton Region say they're investigating several incidents of people impersonating a health inspector calling restaurants in Burlington and Oakville. Halton police and the Halton Health Department say

Corner of Derry and Trudeau in Milton Ontario

Milton Urban Planning Fails: Beautification

Recently, local blogger and candidate for Milton Town Council in Ward 8, Zeeshan Hamid has strung together a series of posts discussing the 'beautification' or lack thereof, in

Silicon Halton Meetup at Ned Devine's May 18

From Silicon Halton: The Next Silicon Halton event (Meetup #7) is Tuesday May 18, 7pm, at Ned Devine’s, located at the old southerly-most end of Milton, about a 10

Oakville high school hockey team disbanded

From Oakville Today: As many as six players allegedly uttered racial slurs at Milton team during December game The boys hockey team at T.A. Blakelock High School was disbanded shortly

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

'More housing' for the money driving some of GTA's largest hikes

addthis_pub = 'YOUR-ACCOUNT-ID'; From the Toronto Star: Expanded regional transit, green space nearby and growing development are driving factors behind the largest assessment increases in communities on the outer edges

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