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Crime Stoppers of Halton’s new co-ordinator hopes to boost the organization’s presence in local schools so young people understand how the program works and that anonymity figures prominently in its success.
Halton police Det. Const. Paul Proteau hinted at the future of Crime Stoppers during an interview with The Oakville Beaver at Halton police headquarters Tuesday.
Proteau took over the post of Crime Stoppers co-ordinator from Sgt. Gary Gold, who held the role for six years.
Proteau admitted he jumped at the position because, he said, Crime Stoppers is an essential part of keeping Halton one of the safest communities in Canada.
“If the Crime Stoppers program wasn’t around, there would be tons of information that wouldn’t be passed on to police because a lot of people don’t want to come forward,” he said. see www.haltoncrimestoppers.com
Halton Region is hosting their last regularly scheduled influenza immunization clinic Thursday 4pm-8pm. Please drop by the auditorium of the Halton Regional Centre on Bronte Rd in Oakville to get your flu shot!
Municipalities in Ontario are gearing up to force the province to grant them the authority to change the municipal land transfer tax on home buyers, to match what is currently allowed in Toronto, this tax may spread to other regions of Ontario. This would end up costing new home buyers up to and even more than $15000 on their home purchase, and could push the first time home buyer right out of the housing market. This tax could lower current homes value just be adding thousands of dollars to making a real estate residential transaction. I will keep you posted as information comes available.
The Milton historical society was founded in 1977 with a mandate to preserve the history of Milton. Everyone is welcome to attend the monthly meeting held every 3rd Thursday at 8pm 16 James Street Milton. The Milton Historical Society is 100% volunteer and welcomes all participation.
According to the Milton Town Planning, the population hit 100,000 at the end of 2012. The town is staying TRUE to Canada’s fastest growing community.
affordable housing of course is one of the reasons for this growth.This is the year to make Milton a place you can call home.
Wishing you all a fantastic 2013 filled with love, joy and prosperity.