Watershed Conditions: Flood Outlook upgraded to a Flood Watch.

By Staff July 15th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON Conservation Halton advises that the Watershed Conditions Statement – Flood Outlook issued on July 13, 2024 has been […]

Coyotes: What to do and what not to do: people have been bitten in the past.

By Staff July 15th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   Animal Services will continue to host educational pop-ups at various rec centres and public libraries on Thursdays […]

A Ministerial Zoning Order for the Millcroft development? Wishful thinking on the part of the Mayor

By Pepper Parr July 14th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON OPINION The agenda for Tuesday’s July 16th, 2024, Council meeting itemizes a motion to again request that […]

Flood Outlook issued on July 9, 2024 is being extended to July 16th

By Staff July 13th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   Conservation Halton advises that the Watershed Conditions Statement – Flood Outlook issued on July 9, 2024 is […]

Think Tank: 'We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to start fixing the mismatch.'

By Cherise Burda July 13th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   Solving Canada’s housing affordability crisis requires addressing the mismatch of housing supply and need. For […]

Ward Councillor takes exception to a Gazette reader comment

By Pepper Parr July 13th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   We ran a short piece on comments ward 5 Councillor Paul Sharman made on some polling […]

Views on how the housing problems should be resolved were mixed

By Pepper Parr July 12th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   Nanos, a national polling organization and the Oakville, Milton and District Real Estate Board, released a […]

Some area beaches are closed to swimmers

By Staff July 12th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   Stinking hot weather in a city beside a lake and the water is fouled by ecoli. Many […]

Burlington can't build the kind of housing most people want

By Pepper Parr July 12th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   The vast majority of the people who took part in a recent poll on housing want […]

Data on housing developments in real time now accessible on city web site

By Pepper Parr July 12th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   Jamie Tellier and Nick Anastasopoulos. Jamie Tellier, Director of Community Planning and Nick Anastasopoulos, Director of […]

Baseball diamonds in several parks closed until the grounds dry

By Staff July 12th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   Wet weather has closed the following baseball diamonds at the following parks:   Ireland Park – D1, […]

Ford’s approval on edge of ‘political black hole’; Science Centre closure, LCBO strike and Beer Store closure plans not popular

By Pepper Parr July 11th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   Members of CUPE Local 966 (Canadian Union of Public Employees) addressed Region of Peel councillors over […]

Liability insurance is preventing several community initiatives from proceeding

By Pepper Parr July 11th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   The insurance industry can at times be a bit of a damper on what people need […]

Can anyone tell us a bit more about this photograph?

By Staff July 11th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON This came our way with a notation saying the picture is from the 60’s. Is there anyone who […]

John Lawrence Reynolds to launch the third book in his Beach series at the Different Drummer on the 14th

By Staff July 8th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   Summer time – life is a little easier, the pace not as hectic,time for you and maybe […]

Burlington: A City that Grows

By Pepper Parr July 10th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON The makeup of Burlington’s organization chart is going to become known in bits and pieces. Jacqueline Johnson […]

Canadian Rents Increase by 7.0% in June

By Staff July 10th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON Canadian Rents Increase by 7.0% in June, Marking Slowest Growth in Over a Year. Average asking rents for […]

The Fight Against the French Radical Right

By Ray Rivers July 10th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   Sunday’s turnout voting for the French National Assembly was the largest in over 40 years. The […]

Sustainable Gaming: How Live Casinos Are Going Green

By Shelley Green July 10th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   All businesses, regardless of sector or whether they’re based online or on physical premises, are under […]

Canadian Blood Services teams up with Department of National Defence and Veterans Affairs Canada to support soldiers in the field

By Staff July 9th, 2024 BURLINGTON, ON   When a soldier is seriously wounded in battle, they typically need to be treated early with blood […]