Burlington's Chamber of Commerce is setting a new course as it adapts to some choppy water

By Pepper Parr July 18th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   The Burlington Chamber of Commerce is on a bit of a tear. Terry Caddo, the recently […]

Will the Mayor make the correspondence public?

By Pepper Parr July 18th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   The Gazette will keep going back to that 14 minutes of self-destruction when Mayor Marianne Meed […]

Not much in the public eye when it comes to the Waterfront Hotel site development - city planning consultant drops a couple of bombs.

By Pepper Parr July 18th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Heard anything lately about the plans for the Waterfront Hotel site? Pretty quiet – and that […]

City View Park is now officially open - well worth a visit

By Pepper Parr July 17th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   With more than $1 million in city hall talent on site to officially open the new […]

City Communications Advisors a Little Slow on the Response Side

By Pepper Parr July 17th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   We had a small follow up on a media release from the city – the attachment […]

Traffic lights aren't working for these people - can you add to their comments

By Staff July 17th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   A reader popped us a note asking if we were aware of what people are saying about […]

Candidiate Marsden now needs to tell the people of Burlington how she would lead.

By Pepper Parr July 17th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   It is going to take more than a photograph of a woman in a wheel chair […]

Race for Regional Chair is getting crowded

By Staff July 16th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   The battle for the Regional Chair is going to heat up when a fourth candidate files nomination […]

Summer in the city - with a focus on the Band shell on Sunday evenings

By Staff July 15th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Summer in the city. Kids in the backyard pool making way too much noise. Older crowd gathered […]

City spends close to quarter of a million at OLT hearings

By Staff July 15th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   During this term of Council 2018 to date, a total of $219,735.29 was spent on lawyers and […]

Anne Marsden in the race to defeat Mayor Meed Ward

By Pepper Parr July 15th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   This is not the image you were expecting to see from Anne Marsden as she announces […]

A 75th anniversary commemorative piece of music for the Burlington Teen Tour Band - you can help

By Staff July 15th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Burlington Resident wants to give Burlington Teen Tour Band a Musical Gift Lawson Hunter, a long time […]

42 years ago yesterday that young man who changed the way we raise funds for cancer research ran along Lakeshore Road

By Staff July 14th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   July 13th, 1980 On July 13, 1980 Terry Fox ran through Burlington along Lakeshore Road; by that […]

Steep interest rate increases; inflation that might stick around for awhile - perplexing. Your opinion

By Pepper Parr July 14th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Where is it going – and where will it end? The newspaper and television news programs […]

Puccini, Verdi, Mozart - on the Main stage at the Performing Arts Centre - Sunday the 17th

By Staff July 14th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   The Burlington Symphony Orchestra has a wonderful array of guest voices in a concert that features your […]

Burlington Drug Trafficking Investigation Leads to Arrest and Charges

By Staff July 15th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON The Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS) – 3 District Street Crime Unit has arrested a male in relation […]

Mayor Meed Ward does it again - shuffle tax increase projections to make then look less than they actually are

By Pepper Parr July 14th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Staff in the Finance department set out what they believed was going to have to be […]

Is there another candidate for the Office of Mayor in the wind? Could be

By Pepper Parr July 14th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON OPINION It is rare, exceedingly rare for a person with little political experience to run for the […]

Sue Biggs Top Cop for Burlington

By Staff July 13th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Sue Biggs has been promoted to the rank of Superintendent and will serve as the Commander of […]

Council Approves the Warmer, Wetter and Wilder Weather Climate Resilient Plan

By Staff July 13th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   City Council yesterday approved Climate Resilient Burlington: A Plan for Adapting to Our Warmer, Wetter and Wilder […]