City is looking for keen minds and energetic people to sit on advisory committees - holding a show and tell for anyone interested.

By Staff October 7, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON There are occasions when the city does listen to the people who pay the freight. Not as often […]

Deaths due to accidents on highways during holidays often involve children: Operation Impact is going to work at reducing the number of accidents.

By Staff October 7, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Some of the most horrific highway accidents take place on holiday weekends – that’s when families are in […]

City goes soft on the ADI sign infraction - prefers to work things out rather than fine or order the sign size be made to comply with the bylaw.

By Pepper Parr October 6th, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Was it a sign, a fence or hoarding around a construction site. City lawyers say this is […]

University woman sponsor a boisterous discussion with federal election candidates

By Pepper Parr October 6th, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Holding a discussion between candidates running for public office needs a public audience and the Canadian Federation […]

CineStarz - Showtimes: Week of Friday, October 09, 2015 through Thursday, October 15, 2015

Ciné-Starz Upper Canada Place, Burlington, ON Burlington, ON L7R 4B6   Week of Friday, October 09, 2015 through Thursday, October 15, 2015 The Perfect Guy […]

The woman in his life spoke in a way that is seldom celebrated so publicly. It was a simple, almost brazen declaration of love for Mikey - recipient of the Diabetes Association volunteer of the year.

By Pepper Parr October 5, 2015 BURLINGTON,ON It was a small event, scheduled to run for just over half an hour – it ran for […]

Summer school enrollment increases in public secondary schools - grew by 15%

By Walter Byj October 5th, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Secondary summer school continues to grow in popularity. At a recent Halton District School Board (HDSB) meeting […]

Bylaw prohibits feeding of wild animals - including coyotes - does not go into effect for one year. City wants to educate people particularly around Fairchild Park.

By Staff October 5, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON At its meeting on Sept. 28, Burlington City Council approved a new bylaw prohibiting the feeding of wild […]

Former Progressive Conservative Premier of Newfoundland claims Prime Ministers comments on woman wearing a niqab during citizenship ceremonies borders on being racist.

By Staff October 5th, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON The views of political personalities on issues that are critical to the social well being of the country […]

Chamber of Commerce election discussion was civilized and informative; being broadcast on Cogeco Cable.

By Pepper Parr October 5th, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON It was billed as a discussion and not a debate – and it was a good solid […]

AGB fall season includes some exceptional work from the permanent collection and a tribute to the curator of that collection.

By Pepper Parr October 5th, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Membership has its privileges – The Art Gallery of Burlington launched their fall season with a members […]

The Week That Was in the federal election - and just what is the TPP going to mean to us - if anything?

By Ray Rivers October 5, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Ray Rivers has been writing a column on political issues in the province and across the country. […]

A cold sky and colder water - a hint of the winter to come?

By Staff October 3, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Is there a cold winter coming our way? September had some wonderful fall days – then suddenly it […]

Forty five year old woman arrested for threatening and assault with a knife

By Staff October 3, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON On Friday October 1st, at approximately 2:37pm, members of the Halton Regional Police Service were called to an […]

Mike Swartz to receive the “National Volunteer of the Year” Award for his service to the Canadian Diabetes Association

By Pepper Parr October 2, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Editor’s note: Invitational seating is limited and has already reached capacity…sorry, no more guests! During the city […]

Friday fugitive arrested for possession of a weapon, released on bail and now wanted for failing to appear in court.

By Staff October 2, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON The Halton Regional Police Service have released their 24th Fugitive Friday bulletin and are asking the public to […]

City wants to know how you made use of the swimming pools - they already know about the Nelson pool problem.

By Staff October 2, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON How did you use the city’s swimming pools this summer? Many people didn’t get to use the Nelson […]

Active transportation: Never heard of it ? You will - a Burlington school board has some ideas she wants to see become policy.

By Walter Byj October 2, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Have you heard the term “Active Transportation”? Be prepared to hear the phrase bandied about in the […]

Burlington area fraud victims lose close to $20,000 to scam artists - double check requests fr funds no matter how convincing the story.

By Staff October 2, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON The Halton Regional Police Service have received three separate complaints from victims of a variant of a common […]

District school board and secondary teachers reach tentative agreement - deal has to be ratified.

By Staff October 2, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON The Halton District School board advised yesterday afternoon that a tentative agreement has been reached with Halton secondary […]