Interfaith Peace Walk

Sunday, May 6

12:30-2:30 p.m. 

Centennial Square 
120 Navy Street
Keep Calm and Adapt
Emergency preparedness event this Sunday 
Don't miss the Keep Calm and Adapt event on May 6 at QEPCCC from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. to learn how to protect your family and property in an emergency or extreme weather situation. There will be lots of information, activities, and giveaways for all ages.

There will also be 15 exhibitors, a personal preparedness workshop with the Canadian Red Cross and a presentation from storm chaser Mark Robinson from The Weather Network.
Upcoming events and other information

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Are you looking for recreational drop-in programs or need a temporary on-street parking permit? Do you want to find out how to report an issue, or stay up-to-date on town news and events? We've got you covered. Our many online services were developed to help residents access information quickly and easily, day or night. Finding what you need is just a click away!
Youth ticketed for good deeds

The town, in partnership with Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS), launched a positive ticketing initiative this week to recognize youth for performing good deeds. HRPS officers will hand out positive tickets to kids  spotted committing random acts of kindness or exhibiting positive behaviours that enhance the community. Each ticket includes a complimentary pass to one of the town's drop-in youth programs. 
Council to appoint Ward 4 Councillor 

Seventeen candidates have applied to fill the position of Ward 4 Town Councillor.  A special meeting of Council is scheduled for Monday, May 7 in Council Chamber at Town Hall to give each applicant five minutes to explain why he or she is the best candidate for the position. Council will then vote to appoint the successful candidate to fill the vacancy.