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Lacing up for Lasting Change-Bowling for Big Brothers Big sisters of Halton

All it takes is one person to make a difference. For children and youth facing poverty, family violence, or issues with mental health, that one person can give them something that can make a significant, life-long impact: hope. And that is exactly what Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halton and Hamilton strives to accomplish—to develop and fortify healthy relationships through individual and group mentorship programs that provide support, guidance, and opportunities for children and youth in need. To help the growth of their programs and continue to serve more youth and make real, positive changes in their lives, Tim Hortons hosted its 3rd annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake at Champs Family Entertainment Centre on April 5th.

Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation donates $28000 to Halton Schools

The Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation (TJSF) and Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS) made a $28,000 cheque presentation to Halton schools Thursday morning at Troy’s Diner.

Since 2015, TJSF has donated over $100,000 to local schools in support of initiatives such as mental health, inclusive classrooms, breakfast programs, literacy, coding, art workshops and classroom technology.

March for Equality

On the morning of March 9, Milton Town Hall was bustling with excitement and enthusiasm from local residents, faculty and students representing Milton high schools, town councilors, and members from various local businesses and non-profit organization— all getting ready for the 3rd annual “March on Main,” hosted by CFUW Milton and District, in celebration of International Women’s Day. Powerful messages were written across an array of signs, such as “Equal Work Equal Pay”, “Press for Progress”, and this year’s theme, “#BalanceforBetter.” According to The World Economic Forum’s 2018 Global Gender Gap Report, the gender gap is widening and achieving gender parity globally will take 202 years. Of the 149 countries assessed, Canada ranks #16 in total, but only 50th in terms of equal pay for similar work.

Milton Public Market opening in May

On Thursday March 21st Orange Snail Brewery in Milton hosted a public meeting to give exclusive Information on what’s coming to the new Milton Public Market this year in Milton.

The Milton Public Market is setting the stage to become the largest outdoor public market in Ontario, a collective of over 250 artisanal makers every Saturday and Sunday from May 25th to September 15th, each day from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM at the Milton Fairgrounds. It’ll be the largest incubator for small businesses. Discover hand-made crafters, authentic street eats to fresh, seasonal food from farmers, fishers, and many other kinds of specialties.

Rescue Junction coming to St. Paul’s United

Rescue Junction, a popular bluegrass gospel group from the Waterloo area, is coming to St. Paul’s United, 123 Main St. Milton, on Sunday, March 24, 2019. This group of five gifted musician and vocalists have been travelling and singing together since 2009. Originally comprised of brother and sister Kyle and Katelyn Gerber, who play mandolin and guitar respectively, the band has grown to include Roger Martin on banjo, Dallas Roth on upright bass and Nick Huber on dobro.