Halton Police Focusing on Drivers Who Fail to Clear Their Windows of Ice and Snow

By Staff January 28, 2015 BURLINGTON,ON The Regional Police are reminding motorists that winter driving requires extra patience, care and attention. Snow removal – get […]

Public gets to hear what the city wants to set the tax rate at - thinking upwards of 3.5% more than last year.

By Pepper Parr January 28, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON It is that time of year again – when the city sets out what they want to […]

Burlington flood advocacy group to host Valentine’s Gala to raise funds for independent research

By Pepper Parr January 27, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON The Halton Residents Against Sewer Backup (HRASB) is hosting a Valentine’s Day Gala with all proceeds going […]

City of Burlington provides update on city manager recruitment; they don't tell the full story.

By Pepper Parr January 28, 2014 BURLINGTON, ON Well – this is going to be interesting. It has to do with the position of city […]

Sneaky, sneaky as well as downright criminal.

By Staff January 27, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON. This is about as dirty as it gets. Anyone who responded to this email will lose most of […]

Early morning break and enter at Blur Optical on Plains Road East.

By Staff January 27, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Blur Optical at 1025 Plains Rd East was robbed yesterday. At approximately 12:20am, on Monday January 26, 2015, […]

Red - a critcally acclaimed dramatic production begins a run at the Performing Arts Centre - Thursday.

By Pepper Parr January 27, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON The boys are at it again. Mischa and Mel Aravena are part of a crew that will […]

Clearing the snow is progressing the way it is supposed to during second major snow storm this season.

By Staff January 26, 2105 BURLINGTON, ON That is snow out there – and when that happens a well-oiled snow removal team swing into action […]

Oakville Mayor returned as chair of the Police Services Board for a second term.

By Staff January 26, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON At the January 22, 2015 Police Services Board, Oakville Mayor Rob Burton was elected as Chairman for a […]

Three men create the economic foundation for Hamilton and surrounding communities - and build castles to live in.

By Mark Gillies January 27, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON. Part 1 of a 2 part feature Sir Allan Napier MacNab was a wealthy lawyer, a Prime […]

Mayor thinks a pilot private property tree bylaw restricted to Roseland community an

By Pepper Parr January 26, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON.   There just might be an opportunity for pilot private tree bylaw in the Roseland community. Last […]

Region wants the province to get moving on upgrading local court infrastructure shortfalls

By Staff January 26, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Halton Region’s rapidly growing population has stretched the current capacity of local court resources and facility infrastructure causing […]

Gazette columnist chooses fishing in New Zealand over shoveling snow in Ontario.

By Pepper Parr January 26, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON. Ray Rivers, our political columnist is in New Zealand – spending as much time as he can […]

AGB staff favour the Long Kiss video installation. Artist Riley hopes for Valentine's Day turnout.

By Staff January 24, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON. It was a different piece of “installation art”. Jim Riley came up with this idea of filming people […]

Thirty three flood victims have cheques that are "in the mail" Three of the 310 claims received were turned down.

By Pepper Parr January 23, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON The wheels do at times move very slowly but they are at least moving a little. The […]

Under Chief Smith's watch, peace and tranquility was the way everyone liked it, and he kept it that way.

By Mark Gillies January 22, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Part 3 of a 4 part feature Burlington in transition Under Chief Smith’s watch, Burlington continued to […]

Shoplifters are keeping police busy; arrests at Burlington Mall and Shoppers Drug Mart

By Staff January 23, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON It used to be that it was either a drug bust or a case of someone doing things […]

Day care workers to get an additional $1 an hour - more next year.

By Staff January 21, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Premier Kathleen Wynne announced today that the Ontario government is increasing wages for early childhood educators and front-line […]

Something to think about for Family Day in February.

By Staff January 21, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Adults understand the relationship between nature and the environment – well some of them do. But how do […]

Call has gone out for possible mural locations around the city. What could large scale murals do for Burlington?

By Staff January 21, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON. The city wants to make the streets look nicer. A number of years ago they installed really nice […]