Acton Businesses Benefit from Town CIP Assistance
November 26, 2019
That's a Wrap for Culture Days!
Town of Halton Hills Cultural Services division would like to send a warm thank you to everyone who came out to participate in the biggest and best Culture Days yet! With a record breaking 81 FREE arts & culture activities this year, there was a lot to see and do in Halton Hills during Culture Days.
Terra Cotta Foods makes Maclean's Annual Growth 500 List
Local business Terra Cotta Foods has just made the Canadian Business and Maclean's annual growth 500 list. This is a huge win for this local company who has been making cookies in Georgetown for 35 years and employs more than 50 people. Terra Cotta Foods has had a five-year revenue growth of 195%. Being ranked 358 out of 500 is a great accomp
Beyond Boundaries Accelerator Women's Entrepreneurial Program
Haltech Regional Innovation Centre and the Halton Region Global Business Centre are excited to announce their accelerator program, Beyond Boundaries. This program is part of the Government of Canada’s Women Entrepreneurship Strategy. This strategy aims to advance women’s economic empowerment by leveling the playing field by su
Georgetown Spokes 'N Slopes Grand Opening
There is a new bike shop in Halton Hills! On Saturday, September 7 business owner Matt Burger, along with Mayor Rick Bonnette and Councillor Jane Fogal, cut the ribbon at the new Spokes N’ Slopes location in Georgetown located at 118 Guelph Street, Unit 1.
Have Your Say! Help Shape the New Economic Development and Tourism Strategy
To ensure that Halton Hills remains competitive in the global marketplace, the Town is developing a new 5-year Economic Development and Tourism Strategy. Insight from the business community and citizens is very valuable to shaping the Strategy.
Rogers ™ Hometown ™ Hockey - Paint the Town Red & White!
The Town of Halton Hills recently announced that o
Place to Grow: Agri-food Innovation Initiative
New Place to Grow
Institute of Food Processing Technology Offers Research Collaborations
The applied research program at Conestoga College’s Institute of Food Processing Technology (IFPT) offers food and beverage manufacturers the opportunity to address their technical challenges through research collaborations.