MP Mike Wallace presents Standing Committee reports in the House of Commons - fibs on the kind of job created by the federal government.

By Pepper Parr May 9, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Question period in the House of Commons is that occasion when Members of Parliament get to hold […]

Friday fugitive has 65 convictions - one more on the way when they catch Kenneth Lorne Moodie

By Staff May 8, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON The officers at the Burlington detachment of the Halton Regional Police want to thank the public for contacting […]

No RISC in this police initiative - safety blitz cuts down accidents at intersection - cell phone use still causing accidents.

By Staff May 8, 2014 BURLINGTON, ON Operation RISC (Reducing Intersection Safety Concerns) is a Burlington Police detachment initiative that began in February and has […]

West end of the planned Beachway Park will be a lot different than it is today.

By Pepper Parr May 8, 2015 BURLINGTON ON Part 3 of a multi-part series The west end of the Beachway Park does not get a […]

There just might be some life in the Skyway Plaza in the east end of the city - proposals and ideas are being kicked around.

By Pepper Parr May 8, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON The sun rises in the East. Is that sun going to shine on the Skyway Plaza in […]

Big, big changes in Alberta - what will they mean for the rest of the country? That is up to the voters to decide.

By Ray Rivers May 8, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON They used to say that Ontario would only vote Liberal provincially if the government in Ottawa was […]

Jeff Rubin returns to Burlington to talk about the carbon bubble - well worth listening to - appears at Central Library May 25.

By Staff May 7, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON One of the most gifted and at times controversial writers on important public issues, Jeff Rubin returns to […]

Cut! That's the sound that will be heard 48 hours after filmmakers begin a competitive film-making competition.

By Staff May 7, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON The Burlington 48 Hour Film Challenge is a weekend film making competition where teams of up to 10 […]

It will take a million to get you into a Roseland house

By Staff May 7, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON The Rocca Sisters, a noted Burlington Real Estate agency, has provided us with a review of the first […]

Jane Mulkewich to talk to Americans about slavery practices in Canada

By Staff May 7, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Jane Mulkewich, a full-time career as a lawyer for the Ontario Nurses Association and daughter of former Burlington […]

Meed Ward convinces developes to meet with the community and talk about what they want to do with their downtown property holdings.

By Pepper Parr May 7, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Ward 2 Councillor Marianne Meed Ward has always believed that citizens should be engaged much earlier in […]

Halton public school board learns that elementary school teachers could strike on May 11th

By Walter Byj May 6, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Although by the usual standards, it was a quick meeting with the public adjournment at 8:35 pm., […]

Operation Tag and Tow comes up with the same lousy numbers as last year - the lesson isn't getting through.

By Pepper Parr May 6, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON It’s always close to the same number – something around the 35% plus number. That being the […]

Community Foundation is ready to close the file on flood relief claims - $2.97 million will eventually be distributed

By Pepper Parr May 6, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON It has been a mammoth job with hour upon hour of paper work and telephone calls explaining […]

Resident think the Rule of Law trumps political expediency.

  Joe Gaetan is a Burlington resident with no political affiliation that we can find but he does have an issue with what the […]

Burlington author Janet Turpin Meyers publishes her second title; launch will take place May 24th.

By Pepper Parr March 6, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON When we did a report on the reception for the publication of Janet Turpin Myer’s first book […]

Halton’s best and brightest compete for cash prizes & professional services at Pythons’ Pit – winners announced.

By Staff May 5, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON There was no shortage of suspense and excitement as the winners were chosen at the 3rd annual Pythons’ […]

Haudenosaunee Clans…Extended Families of the Iroquois exhibit opens at Crawford Lake

By Staff May 5, 2015 MILTON, ON Crawford Lake Conservation Area is featuring the artwork and writings of talented Tuscarora artist Raymond R. Skye. The […]

Second Fugitive Friday poster boy arrested in Ottawa - Burlington police detachment pumped!

By Staff May 5, 2015 BURLINGTON. ON The high fives are being handed out over at the Burlington detachment of the Halton Regional Police. Last […]

It's official now - city manager obtains an Ontario driver's license - he's going to stay.

By Staff May 5, 2015 BURLINGTON,ON It is now official – James Ridge the new city manager is going to keep the job. James Ridge […]