Town of Milton News

Posted Friday, April 11, 2014

News release - The Town of Milton, Cycling Canada and the Mattamy National Cycling Centre are pleased to announce that Steve Bauer has been hired to lead the Milton Cycling Academy as Head Coach. Steve Bauer will share his expertise and leadership to develop a full program of track cycling at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre, ranging from introductory track cycling programs to more structured training sessions for all ages and abilities. The Milton Cycling Academy will play a key role in ...

Posted Thursday, April 10, 2014

The Town of Milton has teamed up with epost to provide an exciting new service for Town residents and businesses. epost is a digital mailbox from Canada Post that makes it easy to receive, manage and store bills and other important documents online. This free service offers a centralized, safe and secure location to manage multiple accounts. If your property is currently enrolled in the monthly pre-authorized program you will continue to receive tax information via Canada Post general deliver...

Posted Wednesday, April 02, 2014

News release - The Town of Milton and the Make It Happen fundraising committee are reaching out to the local community to help complete the campaign which has reached 89% (or $12.8 million) towards its goal of $14 million in private sector donations towards the Mattamy National Cycling Centre (Milton's velodrome). The campaign has just over $1 million left to raise. Like the successful campaign that helped to raise funds for the Milton Centre for the Arts during the Invest in the Arts Campaign...

Posted Tuesday, April 01, 2014

News release - Following the announcement from the Province of Ontario inviting universities to submit proposals for new or expanded campuses in underserved areas, the Town of Milton has reaffirmed its relationship with Wilfrid Laurier University and supports the university's plans to submit a proposal for a Milton campus. The Town and Laurier have been working together since 2008 with the intent of developing a 150-acre campus in Milton within the Milton Education Village. “On behalf ...

Posted Thursday, March 20, 2014

News release - The Milton Youth Advisory Committee (MYAC) is celebrating and recognizing the contributions of young people in the Milton community through five new youth awards. The purpose of the awards is to promote a positive image of young people and to generate awareness of the valuable contributions that youth make in the community. "It's been said many times that youth are our future, and with Milton being home to so many young people, these really are the people who will shape our comm...