“Organizations like the Indo Canadian Club, are true community partners,” says Milton's Mayor Krantz.

8972 Editor's Say : 09 Oct 2020

Mayor Krantz has supported the initiatives of Indo-Canadian Club from the time we began in Milton. He never missed an occasion and happily acknowledged our locale occasions previously. We would like to express gratitude toward Mayor Krantz from us all at Indo-Canadian Club for being a essential aspect of the Milton Community and for supporting our youth and newcomers. We trust he would keep gracing our events in the future.

“Organizations like the Indo Canadian Club, are true community partners,” says Milton's Mayor Krantz.

Gord Krantz, the Mayor of Milton, has proudly served our community for 55 years as a municipal leader andtakes pride in leading our culturally rich community

This year, he is celebrating 40 years as mayor, making him the longest-serving mayor in Canadian history. He has served the Town of Milton since first being elected as a Town councillor in 1965. In the words of Mayor Krantz, this isnt an achievement, its an absolute honour to serve the Milton community.

Throughout Mayor Krantz 55 years as a municipal leader, 15 years as councillor and 40 years as mayor, his passion and dedication to the community has never stopped growing. Mayor Krantz has also served on the Regional Municipality of Halton Council since 1980 and the Conservation Halton Board of Directors since 1973.

Mayor Krantz has watched Milton grow exponentially over the years, not only in population, but in diversity. It gives him great pride to be the Mayor of such a supportive, inclusive and culturally rich community.

Organizations like the Indo Canadian Club, are true community partners, said Krantz.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Milton has shown strength time and time again. While it hasnt been an easy road, its clear that this community is full of people who care. Mayor Krantz has seen countless organizations and businesses step up to protect the health and safety of others and adjust to a new normal.

I have the utmost confidence in the resiliency of our community members and local businesses, he says. The Milton community will get through this together.

Mayor Krantz, Council members and Town staff continue to assess the evolving pandemic and make decisions with the communitys health and safety top of mind Visit milton.ca/coronavirus to stay informed about Miltons COVID recovery progress.

To get in touch with the Mayor, you can connect with his office at executiveservices@milton.ca or 905-878-7252 ext. 2104