News release

The Town of Milton and the Milton Historical Society are proud to host the induction ceremony of the 2022 Milton Walk of Fame, on Saturday, April 30. This year’s ceremony will be held in person from 2 to 4 p.m. at Milton Town Hall, located at 150 Mary St. 

The Walk of Fame recognizes current and former Milton citizens who have achieved national and/or international recognition as top achievers in top-level fields including athletics, arts and entertainment, business and industry, government and public service, and health and science.

The 2022 inductees are:

  • Kwaku Boateng - Defensive Lineman, CFL
  • Blair Burgess - Professional Horse Trainer
  • Robert Burgess, Q.C. (1935 – 2021) (Posthumous) - Professional Horse Breeder
  • Steve Condren - Standardbred Driver
  • Reford Gardhouse (1916-2003) (Posthumous) - International Cattle Judge
  • Jim Ridley (1945-2008) (Posthumous) - Professional Baseball Scout
  • Michael Sgarbossa - Professional Hockey Player
  • Neil Teague - Softball Player and Coach

 Each Walk of Fame inductee is permanently recognized in the glass corridor within Town Hall.

Those who wish to attend the event can reach out to the Town of Milton by email or calling 905-878-7252 ex 2102.


"Through our partnership with the Milton Historical Society, it gives me a tremendous sense of pride to honour and congratulate this latest group of Miltonians to be inducted into Milton’s Walk of Fame.”

- Gord Krantz
Mayor, Town of Milton

"The Milton Historical Society wishes to congratulate this year’s inductees. With each passing year, the Walk of Fame continues to remind all of us just how special this community and its citizens truly are and have been over the last 165 years.”

- John Challinor II
President, Milton Historical Society

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