Milton once more heard the moans of zombies and chills of fright as it witnessed the 8th annual Milton Haunted House held inside Milton Mall.
Morning commuters at the Milton GO station were surprisingly bright-eyed and bushy-tailed as they accepted free coffee and tea from Milton Transit representatives and current Town Councillors.
October 23, 2018 – The annual Tiny Tots Trick or Treat event in Downtown Milton is happening this Saturday, October 27. Kids and their parents are invited to wear their costumes and gather treats at participating businesses.
Milton’s 11th annual Charity Poker Run took place on Sunday August 19th. The Charity Poker Run attracts Motorcycle enthusiasts from all over Ontario with the run starting at Halton Auto Service & Transmission where riders draw their first Poker card and receive a T-shirt.
Today is a gift, leave nothing UNDONE. That is the philosophy of this family who owns a Food Truck in downtown Milton, hence the name UNDONE.
Hazoor Elahi came to Canada in the 1960’s from Pakistan. He became a father to three sons who are now all doctors in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). “I think when you are blessed, you have an obligation to give back,” Hazoor said. Each son has donated $25,000 to the Muslim Legacy Initiative.
On a cool evening in June, Milton’s Muslim community invited Miltonians to breakfast together during the month of Ramadan. The delicious Iftar meal was enjoyed at sunset according to tradition, and held on June 4 at Paramount Fine Foods Milton.
The foyer of Hugh Foster Hall on May 30th 2018 thronged with a bustle of caring community leaders who contribute their time, lives and support to important causes dear to their hearts.
The first weekend of May was a very busy time for the members of Hindu Swayamsewak Sangh (HSS), Milton Chapter. On the 5th of May, about 50 members of the HSS –young and old alike participated in the Milton Good Neighbours Community Day clean up.
“The arrival of spring is like an awakening for our souls after months of rkas and toques. As the snow melts, the streams and rivers swell, the flowers and birds reappear and everyone seems happier and lighter.”