Will Council meet in an Open Session on the 22nd - masks are no longer required - in person delegations should be permitted

By Pepper Parr March 12th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Will there be mayhem on the streets when masks can be off everywhere and almost anywhere […]

Waterfront study and the development application - no recent news on either.

By Pepper Parr March 12th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   The deadline for responses to the survey put out after the Waterfront Study virtual meeting that […]

Who is the writer - and why would they want to write under different names?

By Pepper Parr March 12th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Who do we hear from when a comment is made? We put our name on everything […]

Burlington Transit partners with GO Transit to offer free co-fares

By Staff March 11th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   The free co-fare program begins Monday, March 14, 2022 and promotes using local transit, like Burlington Transit, […]

Social media causing serious harms; should be carefully regulated

By Connor Fraser March 11th,, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   There is a growing body of evidence suggesting that how we interact with the internet, and […]

To meet in public or to not meet in public: that is the question

By Pepper Parr March 11th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Here are the facts. The province lifts the face mask requirement effective March 21st. Burlington’s City […]

15 bus shelters in Burlington have been vandalized.

By Staff March 10th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   In the past the damage was graffiti. It isn’t public art by any stretch of the […]

Jefferson Salamander and his need to mate closes King Road until April 15th

By Pepper Parr March 10th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Is this a love story – or just a story about a bunch of randy creatures […]

Burlington Councillor Paul Sharman along with several Oakville Council members bark back at Metrolinx: 'Meet your commitment build the grade separations'

By Staff March10th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   When Metrolinx advised the Town of Oakville and the city of Burlington that they would not be able […]

Significant changes to science, mathematics and technology curriculum become effective in September

By Staff March 9th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   The provincial Ministry of Education has seen the light and announced decisions to significantly revise the science […]

Diane Murray: First woman to be placed on the Development Hall of Fame

Diane Murray being presented her Hall of Fame award by Vince Molinaro. When the members of the Home Builders Association met as people all in […]

Call from Alert Resident Leads to Arrest and Charges

By Staff March 8th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Earlier today, at approximately 3:50 am, Halton Regional Police Service officers responded to the area of Bluegrass […]

iGaming with Smart Phones has grown at a phenomenal rate - sites are safe and secure.

By Jasmine Jones March 10th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   In the past two years, when we were stunned by global news, with cities being locked […]

Top five ways to prepare for a safe and healthy March Break

By Staff March 8th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   As provinces lift restrictions, many Canadians are itching to travel. With March Break upon us, the team […]

Current and Former Youth in Care Now Eligible for Tuition Bursary at Sheridan

By Staff March 8th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Sheridan College has announced a bursary program that will enable up to 20 eligible students to pursue […]

Developers celebrate 80 years of growth and promise to be part of the solution to the housing crisis

By Staff March 8th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   The West End Home Builders’ Association (WE HBA) held its Annual Industry Luncheon at the Carmen’s Banquet […]

Keeping Your Dog Safe in Ontario During the Winter

By James Hunt March 8th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   Winters in Ontario can be extremely harsh, with temperatures often dropping well below freezing for weeks […]

City Seeking Members – Urban Design Advisory Panel

By Staff March 7th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   It was a good idea when it was created. What would help make it a great service […]

Why were access fees waived - the public didn't see a dime of the savings - money went to telephone company

By Staff March 7th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   On March 3 a city Standing Committee approved a report that waived permit fees in the amount […]

Traditional Ukrainian dinner - sold as Take Out only on March 25th

By Staff March 7th, 2022 BURLINGTON, ON   A massive banner made up of the Ukrainian flag colours displayed at the Rally on the weekend. […]