Halton Hitz is an online radio station covering all of Halton Region. It’s known for its mix of easy-listening music and local news weather and sports. Owner Lee Lakin runs the station from his Acton-based home studio. “Nine years later, and nobody’s still not doing it. I’m blown away that nobody’s done it.” Lakin said of the station’s local nature.
The Muslim Advisory Council of Canada (MACC) adapted its diverse programming to address community needs for Ramadan amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Building on its ability to engage the community, and through relationships with the food industry, the Muslim Advisory Council of Canada responded by bringing joy to the community via a virtual Ramadan Cupcake Showdown, a first of it’s kind in the world.
On Thursday, February 20th members of the Parent School Council at Bishop Reding, hosted and celebrated a 10 year milestone of Trivia with the entire community both in and out of Milton! The energy in the room with those who participated was riveting with excitement!
On Thursday February 20, 2020 at the Maplehurst Complex the OPSEU Local 234 Union Executive’s completed their third annual “24 Hours in the Cold” fundraising and awareness campaign for the Halton Women’s Place. Ryan Graham (Local 234 President)
Milton District Hospital Foundation (MDHF) honoured its community partners on February 6 with a reception. Community partners refer to people, and organizations that have helped the foundation raise funds for space,
Black History Month provides the opportunity to learn, share and to celebrate the important contributions and vital role that Canadians of African descent have made to our community, province, country and the world.
Milton District Hospital is celebrating the official grand opening of nine new Smilezone’s throughout the hospital.
Samina Amin brings her passion for art to everything she does, including her job as a relator. It helps her in advising clients while staging a house. “When I go, I can tell people what to use; how to present a house,” she said. She likes to bring bright colours into décor through the use of paintings, and pictures.
What better time to celebrate the start of a new decade than by announcing the fulfilment of a post-secondary educational project that’s been 12 years in the planning. As of January 2020, Wilfred Laurier University will be offering a Master of Education program at the Milton Educational Village (MEV). A reception was held at Pasquilino’s restaurant in Milton on December 19th to celebrate this all important first step towards establishing a campus that will, in decades to come, serve over 15,000 students.
The Milton Film Festival has announced the nine feature films which will be screened at the seventh annual event over the weekend of January 24-26, 2020 at the FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton.
Kicking off the Festival’s three day schedule is the classic HIS GIRL FRIDAY, which is celebrating it’s 80th