Sunday - Chilly Half Marathon - be aware of where the traffic will get messy

By Staff February 29th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   It’s race weekend in Burlington Downtown! As a reminder to those of you coming to cheer on […]

Talk about diversity and the changes that will come with it - CDH sponsoring an in person event March 18th.

By Pepper Parr February 29th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   Whenever the 29,000 homes that have to be built for the 120,000 new residents that are […]

Watching city staff and Council work through what will take place at RBCC when it opens in 2025

By Pepper Parr February 28th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   Earlier in the month Denise Bears, Senior Manager Community Planning with Recreation Community and Culture (RCC) […]

Integrity Commissioner Rejects Conflict of Interest Complaint against Councillor Kelvin Galbraith

By Pepper Parr February 28th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON , A complaint that ward 1 Councillor Kelvin Galbraith had a Conflict of Interest that he did […]

We know a lot more now about what RBCC will look like inside and what you can expect to be able to do - still a lot to be learned.

By Pepper Parr February 28th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON Part 3 of a three part series on engagement about Robert Bateman Community Centre Denise Beard, Senior […]

Tax Adjustments Applications

By Staff February 27th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   Property owners in Burlington may apply to adjust their taxes to reflect a significant change in their […]

Oakville students elected as HDSB trustees

By Staff February 27th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   Kaitlyn Hou and Charlie Ochu were elected by their peers as Student Trustees for the next school […]

A Section of King Road will Close to Allow Jefferson Salamanders’ to Begin their Breeding Migration.

By Staff February 26th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   As temperatures rise, the annual migration of a local endangered species across King Road begins. The City […]

Joan Ford: Let it be a sweet and lengthy retirement

By Pepper Parr February 25th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   Joan Ford, the former Chief Financial Officer of the Corporation of the City of Burlington has […]

800 Grade 4 - 8 elementary students will showcase their skills i

By Staff February 26th, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON Halton Skills Competition returns ready to host hundreds of HDSB students at popular event over two days in […]

One Fare Metrolinx starts today.

By Staff February 26th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   That One Fare program Metrolinx has put in place starts today. As announced earlier this month, the […]

An ice rink plus a hotel close close to the Aldershot GO station - does this look like an early first step to an NHL frnachise

By Pepper Parr February 26th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   The interest in the development plans Alinea has for their King Road property has been remarkable. […]

Surplus at year end was $1,136,504; they aren't going to give it back and there is no such things as a dividend in municipal finance

By Staff February 25th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   Expect this report that will be before Council next week to slip through as a Consent item. […]

Sound of the Clock Ticking getting louder: Millcroft bracing for the start of OLT hearing and letting the MPP know that her seat could be at risk

By Staff February 25th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   The Millcroft Greenspace is an early, state of the art example of Green Infrastructure for stormwater management […]

King Road development will mean positive and fundamental changes to what Burlington will look like in a decade

By Pepper Parr February 25th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   It might turn out to be the most imaginative development City Hall has seen, something that […]

How Bonuses and Loyalty Programs Help Casinos Attract and Retain Gamblers

By Mila Gonzales February 26th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON Online casinos are fun and accessible because of the huge volume of games they provide and availability […]

This is what City Councillors were paid in 2023 - you get to decide if you got your money's worth.

By Pepper Parr February 25th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   It is a requirement of the Municipal Act that a report be submitted to Council on […]

It was brisk weather - but Matt Wickham put in the 10 hours to make it a Sleepless Night in the city.

By Pepper Parr February 24th, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   Sleepless in Our Cities is a fundraising event that aims to raise awareness around the issue […]

Days away from a critical OLT hearing Millcroft residents get a meeting with Municipal Affairs MPP

By Staff February 22, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   MAD executives met with MPP Matthew Rae (Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing), […]

Sound of Music has climbed into bed with the Performing Arts Centre - one is presenting the other.

By Pepper Parr February 22, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   And just what does this mean? The Sound of Music is a Not for Profit organization […]