City manager suggests delegation on fire services not get into operations

By Pepper Parr June 10th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON OPINION The city manager sits in on every Standing Committee meeting as well as Council meetings. The […]

Delegator, Jim Thompson blasts Council for what he saw as a patronizing introduction

By Pepper Parr June 10th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Every once in a while a delegation stands before council and says what many people feel. […]

Boats will go into the water on the 16th: LPMA members happy campers

By Pepper Parr June 9th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   There will be life at the marina. The LaSalle Park Marina Association has secured the insurance […]

Regional Police make an Arrest in a Grandparent Scam

By Staff June 9th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   The Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS) has made an arrest related to a “grandparent scam” being operated […]

Electric bus pilot in the city's future

By Pepper Parr June 9th 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   A graphic of a bus at a charging station. Transit people are working on a pilot […]

Fire department graphic shows what kind of high rise growth is expected

By Pepper Parr June 9th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   During a presentation on the capacity the fire department has to meet the challenges if there […]

Massive increases to the cost of the grade separation at Burloak - city negotiates a decent deal

By Pepper Parr June 9th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   The city has been dealing with Metrolinx on the cost and timing of both the Burloak […]

Free summer fitness program targets teens craving confidence and connection

By Staff June 8th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON Teen Fitness program returns for 12th summer, registration underway GoodLife, a multi-national commercial fitness organization is offering its […]

Sound of Music road closures June 11, 16-19

By Staff June 8th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON It is that time of year – again. The 43rd annual Sound of Music Festival is taking place […]

Halton Region Public Health confirms first case of monkeypox

By Staff June 8, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Halton Region Public Health has confirmed Halton’s first reported case of monkeypox virus. The individual is currently […]

How do butterflies relate to Climate Change? Encourage your child to become a Butterflyways Ranger and they will tell you.

By Staff June 8th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   They fascinate almost everyone – the 7 to 11 age group wanted to hold them in their […]

Connor Fraser: travelling around Burlington on a bicycle is inconvenient and borderline dangerous.

By Connor Fraser June 8th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   A significant portion of my life has been spent cycling around Burlington. During high school, my […]

Spongy moth control update and free prevention demonstrations

By Staff June 7th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Spongy moth, commonly known as the gypsy moth or Lymantria dispar dispar (LDD), is an invasive pest […]

Community Development Halton Social Location and Systems of Oppression workshop rescheduled

By Staff June 7th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON Community Development Halton has rescheduled the Social Location and Systems of Oppression workshop to Wednesday June 15, 2022 […]

This could be fun - probably one of the largest stick shift events in the Region.

By Staff June 7th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   This could be fun. The event suggests that the Friends of Freeman Station are branching out and […]

Burlington MP Karina Gould highlights what the government is doing about improving the passport renewal service and the Child Care program

By Staff June 7th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Here’s what Karina Gould had to say in the House of Commons yesterday. Burlington MP Karina Gould […]

Halton Regional Police Recover 32 Stolen Vehicles in Project Eleanor

By Staff June 6th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   The Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS) in partnership with the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) formed Project […]

D Day - the sixth of June, 1944 Allied troops landed on the Beaches of Normandy

By Staff June 6th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   It was the largest invasion ever assembled, before or since, landed 156,000 Allied troops by sea and […]

A Gazette reader has a question for you on the Bateman High School site that the city is in the process of purchasing

By Jeremy Skinner June 5th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Much has been mentioned in the Gazette about the Bateman opportunity that is before us. I […]

Andrew Drummond lost the election but he doesn't feel defeated

By Pepper Parr June 5th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Thursday was not a good day for Andrew Drummond. His third campaign to become the representative […]