Did we see a lot of Truth yesterday?

By Pepper Parr October 1st, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   With the first Truth and Reconciliation Day celebrated I find myself asking – just how much […]

The gavel is passed at Community Development Halton

By Staff September 30th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   Another virtual Annual General Meeting. The type of thing you attend because you have to – the […]

Burlington Bulls took it all at the Back to School Blast in Kitchener

By Staff September 30th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   This past weekend, the 2011 AAA Burlington Bulls won the 10U/11U Back to School Blast in Kitchener. […]

Burlington Group Creates a Help Centre for expected immigrants from Afghanistan

By Staff September 30th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   Sarah Wahidi is part of a group that has created a Help Centre for recently landed refugees. […]

Could a land swap save the city and keep the waterfront in the hands of the public?

By Pepper Parr September 29th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   It was during a meeting on that wonderful deck that runs along the north side of […]

New Director of Transportation: Tolone retired more than a month ago, doubtful there will ever be another like him

By Pepper Parr September 29th, 2021 BURLINGTON. ON   When there is a new appointment at city hall the Gazette reports on the newcomer and […]

One Burlington celebrates the faith and culture of our Indigenous peoples.

By Staff September 26th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   One Burlington celebrates the diversity of faith and cultural groups in Burlington, Halton and area by hosting […]

Police Reporting Vehicle Theft Spike in Burlington

By Staff September 28th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   In September, 2021, the Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS) has seen a significant increase in reprograming thefts […]

Public School Classrooms will be Focusing on the Meaning of the Truth and Reconciliation reports

By Staff September 28th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   In recognition of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Thursday, Sept. 30, the Halton District […]

Memorial Walk Will Take Place on Thursday Starting at the Western End of Spencer Smith Park

By Ryan O’Dowd: Local Journalism Initiative Reporter September 28th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   Burlington will observe the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation this Thursday […]

Public School Board wants feedback on the Long Term Accommodation Plan

By Staff September 28th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   Parents/guardians, staff members, students and the broader community are invited to review and provide feedback on the […]

Our Last Comment on the Federal Election in Burlington

By Pepper Parr September 28th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   It is time to bring to an end the machinations of the recent federal election. In […]

Police Seek Assistance Identifying Male who Exposed Himself in Burlington

By Staff September 28th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   The Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS) is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a male who exposed […]

Were we right? We certainly weren't wrong

By Pepper Parr September 27th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   There was a headline on a story that we published that gave the Conservatives in the […]

The two Michaels - when will the Governor General name them as Members of the Order of Canada ?

By Pepper Parr September 27th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   Many in Burlington have been patiently waiting for the federal government to announce that Terry Fox […]

Architect explains what will make Waterfront Hotel site the top destination in the city

By Pepper Parr September 26th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   Lilia Koleva is a partner with the firm of architects that did the early design work […]

Advocates for climate change gather in Spencer Smith Park

By Max Bowder: Local Journalism Initiative Reporter September 26th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON     The Burlington/Oakville Climate event was held in Spencer Smith Park yesterday […]

One road to more affordable housing in Burlington is a closer look and some action on Inclusionary Zoning

By Staff September 25th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   Inclusionary zoning (IZ) is a relatively new strategy in many Canadian municipalities that specifically allows municipalities to […]

Developer's consultant explains what they have in mind - looking for feedback.

By Pepper Parr September 25th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON The Gazette has been able to tell this story after wrangling with city hall to get access […]

The number of cars on Burlington streets isn't being looked at properly

By Pepper Parr September 24th, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON   Mayor Marianne Meed Ward once said that fireworks were something she heard about from residents almost […]