Ticketing for Overnight Parking Resumes on the 11th.

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By Staff February 9th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   The City of Burlington is reinstating parking enforcement of 5-hour limit on Feb. 11. Residents got a […]

What if there is a spiteful, vengeful streak?

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By Pepper February 9th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   A regular eagle eyed reader who follows the Mayor on Twitter brought this to our attention. He […]

2021 - is staying home the new going out?

Winter walk Burlington

By Frank van Dam February 8th, 2021 BURLINGTON ON   For people who love to go out, 2021 is likely to be another dismal year, […]

City is in the process of creating a Lands Partnership that will look for and create development opportunities

Burlington wants a Stage 2 designation.

By Pepper Parr February 8th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON Part 1 of a 4 part series. On October 19, 2020, City Council approved the following recommendation […]

Public Art for Regal Road - city wants input from residents

Regal bridge - both sides

By Staff February 8th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   The City of Burlington is commissioning an artist to create a public art piece for the Regal […]

There is a Gazette reader with just too much spare time on his hands

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By Staff February 8th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON Being in lock-down mode and being asked to “stay at home” leads to some interesting results. One Burlington […]

Several of Canada’s finest instrumental jazz musicians, will be on-line February 10th - 7 pm via Zoom - not to be missed

Paul Novotny

By Staff February 7th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON Several of Canada’s finest instrumental jazz musicians, will be on-line February 10th – 7pm via Zoom – not […]

Week long food drive - the need is still there

Stolte at Food Bank

By Staff February 6th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   Shadi Salehian, Chair of One Burlington, and Dan Fraser, organizer for the upcoming Share the Love, are […]

Heavily weighted committee formed to discuss, share information and action around the Meridian Aldershot Quarry

TEC stop quarry expansion Jul17

By Pepper Parr February 5th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON We reported yesterday on a Motion the Mayor put forward to create a Public Health Bylaw that […]

There is a protocol requiring members of council to always congratulate staff for the reports they submit.

Lisa Kearns taking questions

Pepper Parr February 4th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   We don’t always get it right and we have learned that sometimes the less said, the better. […]

Terry Fox Run seen as one of the most successful fund raising events in North America

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By Pepper Parr February 5th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   The Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum is honoring three nonprofits that overcame long odds to host successful fundraising […]

Number of EV chargers to increase - no policy yet on a fee - most Councillors are opposed to a fee

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By Pepper Parr February 4th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   The end result of a good discussion at the Corporate Services, Strategy, Risk and Accountability Committee, […]

A Public Health Bylaw - isn't that a Regional issue ? Might it be related to air pollution?

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By Pepper Parr February 3rd, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   It was one of those walk-on items; a piece of city business that wasn’t on the […]

Traffic and transit data is volatile - hit hard by the lock-downs

Eva Amos, a Burlington resident wouldlike to see stronger traffic controls along the Lakeshore, especially at Brant and Maple where she feels the right hand lanes are used by agressive drivers to rush ahead of the traffic flow.  She thinks making those right hand lanes, right hand turns only.

By Pepper Parr February 3rd, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   Is there less traffic on the streets? What has the traffic volume curve looked like ? […]

While no one is certain when the vaccines will arrive - the city is going to make sure they are set up and ready to go operational in days

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By Pepper Parr February 3rd, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   In a report to Council today Chris Glenn, Director of Parks and Recreation advised that the […]

If the current trend Continues, Officers will attend more than 4,000 Intimate Partner Violence Incidents by the end of this Year.

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By Staff February 3rd, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   Intimate Partner Violence is the dark under belly part of our society. We don’t want to hear […]

Ward 4 Friday Food drive was Impressive

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By Staff February 3rd, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   For Ward 4 Councillor Shawna Stolte it was one of those “aha” moments. It has been her […]

Damage done to local economies as a result of COVID19

By Staff February 3rd, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   Anita Cassidy put it bluntly when she said, “It is not a pretty sight”. In an update […]

Armed Robbery at Burlington Pharmacy - staff ordered to lie down on the floor - cash and drugs taken

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By Staff February 1st, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   On January 31, 2021, at approximately 3:50 pm three suspects entered a Shoppers Drug Mart store located […]

One Burlington Promoting Share the Love Week February 6 to 13

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By Staff February 3rd, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   In partnership with the Burlington Food Bank, One Burlington is organizing a city-wide food drive named Share […]

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