NDP candidate hammers the government - points out that Deputy Ministers have been given 14% increases over a 4 year period

Teachers strike at Nelson

By Andrew Drummond February 5th, 2020 BURLINGTON, ON   This week, across Halton region there will be three days of education disruption. The elementary teachers […]

Teacher strikes could make it a bumpy week.

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By Staff January 31st, 2020 BURLINGTON, ON   Get ready for a bumpy week. Teacher strikes at three different levels threaten confusion in households all […]

Black History Month will feature noted Much Music host who will talk about growing up Black in America.

Much Music VJ Michael

By Staff January 29th, 2020 BURLINGTON, ON   In recognition of Black History Month in February, schools in the Halton District School Board have planned […]

Naming people who have been charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance.

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By Staff January 27th, 2020 BURLINGTON, ON   The information set out below is provided to media by the Halton Regional Police who are committed […]

There are some 'tin ears' in the Office of the Mayor; bit of a problem with values as well.

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By Staff January 27th, 2020 BURLINGTON, ON   Penny Hersh, a citizen, wrote the Mayor’s office asking if the city’s flag could be lowered today […]

Provincial government and Halton Board of Education working with Regional Public Health to keep parents up to date on the novel coronavirus.

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By Staff January 27th, 2020 BURLINGTON, ON   Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health, and Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, issued the following […]

Mental health on Facebook Live - from JBH

JBH renering July -15 with passageway to garage

By Staff January 27th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   Dr. Steven Selchen, Chief of Psychiatry at Joseph Brant Hospital On Bell Let’s Talk Day, Dr. Steven […]

Performing Arts Centre putting on three great workshops - register early.

BPAC raod not done yet

By Staff January 26th, 2020 BURLINGTON, ON   It might be cold outside but there will be more than just the normal heat inside the […]

Halton is not a leader when it comes to the degree to which we pollute.

BG 4 sea of plastic

By Pepper Parr January 21st, 2020 BURLINGTON, ON   Weren’t we supposed to be the good guys – the number one (#1) mid-sized city in […]

Photo radar - now has a new name and it is coming to Burlington.

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By Staff January 7th, 2020 Whitby, ON –   Officially it is known as ASE – Automated Speed Enforcement. Photo radar to the rest of […]

Halton District School Board survives 2019 - looking for opportunities to serve more effectively in 2020

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By Pepper Parr January 3rd, 2020 BURLINGTON, ON   Miller works well with students – he can remember the names of students he taught science […]

Finding the right Path for students entering high school is no small matter. Series of information sessions set up within the Region.

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By Staff December 23rd, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   The Halton District School Board is hosting several Pathways Information Evenings in January 2020 to allow Grade […]

The community is seriously divided on the private tree bylaw - so is council but the

Big tree cutting

By Staff December 18th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   It has been a contentious issue for close to a decade. It was impossible to find a […]

Long long debates - strong differences of opinion - but council voted to create a Private Tree Bylaw on a 5-2 vote.

Tree Guelph line close up -no name

By Pepper Parr December 17th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   They did it. City Council passed a private tree bylaw during debates that got close to […]

Party Clean Up - At the very least, you should clear up the dishes and glasses and put them in the dishwasher.

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By Jeremy Biberdorf December 17th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   Hosting a party is fun and exciting. Whether it’s Christmas, New Year or a special birthday […]

Walking the talk - crafting a budget that focuses on climate change issues hasn't put members of council in electric cars.

BMW hydro EV charging device

By Pepper Parr December 16th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON We were advised by the Office of the Mayor this afternoon that “The vehicle the Mayor uses […]

Public school board supports free transit for high school students - city will give it the nod on Monday.

School buses

By Staff December 12th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   Trustees of the Halton District School Board (HDSB) encourage the Burlington community to add their voices to […]

Entrepreneurship for women: thinking big and going global

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By Staff December 11th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   There is a new women’s accelerator program called Beyond Boundaries that is being run by HalTech The […]

Joseph Gaetan sees an upside to online learning - it worked for him.

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By Joseph A. Gaetan December 9th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   At the moment, the secondary school unions and the Ontario government are at loggerheads over […]

Police to regularly report on intimate partner violence

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By Pepper Parr December 5th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   In a media release the Halton Regional Police Service said: “Incidents of intimate partner violence threaten […]