Two members of Council issue a Joint Statement and then put it on their Facebook pages

By Staff July 21st, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON Sometime after we were advised of the Facebook posting the Office of the Mayor issued a document It […]

Jazz on the Patio - great line up, four shows and a unique seating set up. Kudos to BPAC for pulling this off

By Staff July 20th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   Jazz on the Patio at the Performing Arts centre has been one of those rare summer treats. […]

Twenty plus demonstrators protest outside Quarry gates - passing trucks drown out the sound

By Ryan O’Dowd July 20th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   This morning CORE Burlington (Conserving our Rural Ecosystems) hosted their first event since the start of […]

Police parking lot offered as a safe place to transact business. Really!

By Staff July 20, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   The Halton Regional Police Service is pleased to announce the launch of our first Buy & Sell […]

Pole in the main walkway at Village Square precarious - could topple very easily.

By Staff July 20th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON There is a pole in the Village Square that is very dangerous – its condition is such that […]

Shift in the make up of the real estate market requires sellers to understand the new dynamic

By Rob Golfi July 20, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON The pandemic era housing market has continued to climb to an all-time high over the past two […]

Ace wheel chair basket ball player going to Tokyo Paralympics

By Staff July 20th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON We first met Melanie Hawtin when she was playing wheel chair basketball at the Haber Recreational Centre. What […]

Online registration for indoor summer recreation programs opens July 24

By Staff July 20, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON Burlington will open online registration for indoor summer recreation programs for adults 19+ and adults 55+ beginning Saturday, […]

Is our Air Quality an issue? WHO says it is

By Staff July 20th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON The air quality in Burlington right now is the THIRD WORST in the World! What? How could that […]

Technology from inventive minds helps RBG collect donations while you take a walk in the park

By Staff July 19th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   Like many not-for-profits, Burlington’s Royal Botanical Gardens saw a slump in donations during the pandemic. With their […]

Life is getting closer to normal now that we are in Step 3 of the ReOpen plan

By Alexandra Vanquest July 19th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON After months of lockdown and restrictive measures, there is at last some good news for Ontario residents. […]

Gazette comments feature disabled until design problems resolved

By Pepper Parr June 19th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON The comments section of the Gazette have been disabled for the immediate future. There are technical problems […]

Rivers: Is the Pandemic Over or Is This Deja Vu?

By Ray Rivers July 19th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON The roller coaster ride with COVID has slowed down once again in this province. Our infection numbers […]

Tug boat chug chugs from Halifax to Hamilton where it will be used for

By Staff July 18th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   Alan Harrington has been tracking the progress of the tugboat Theodore for weeks. Theodore TOO entering Hamilton […]

Ron Foxcroft: Turns out he was a lot more than a pretty face with a whistle in his mouth.

By Pepper Parr July 18th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   Turns out he was a lot more than a pretty face with a whistle in his […]

Sober Carpenter bring organic beer to Burlington

By Pepper Parr July 18th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   The brand name for the beer was catchy – learning that the beer was the first […]

Quarry expansion opponents to gather at the front gates next week

By Pepper Parr July 17th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON An upgrade on the membership of the group that supports a quarry in rural Burlington. We are […]

Federal provincial funds allow for the completion of several projects

By Staff July 17th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   Burlington is to receive provincial and federal funding from the Investing in Canada Infrastructure -Program (ICIP) that […]

Memo to Council: Region decides to hold budget increase at 2%

By Pepper Parr July 15th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   On July 14, 2021, Regional Council approved Halton’s 2022 Budget Directions Report. The Report provides guidelines […]

City awards $25,200 for community projects, through the Neighbourhood Community Matching Fund

By Staff July 15th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   The City of Burlington announced the names of the 2021 Neighbourhood Community Matching Fund recipients today. A […]