The police don't care if you are Irish - they want to be sure you under under the limit - well under if you don't mind.

By Staff March 10, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON This year’s well-celebrated St. Patrick’s Day falls on Tuesday, March 17th. Halton Regional Police officers will be out […]

Pauline Johnson public school students are to be part of a national broadcast involving 79 schools.

By Pepper Parr March 10, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON The 50th anniversary of the Canadian flag is an ongoing thing – Burlington is feeling the celebration […]

City planner gives his viewpoint on Planning Act changes; it will be a lengthy process.

By Staff March 10, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON The province recently announced changes it wants to make to the Planning Act and the way Development charges […]

Hospital re-development on target - building permit should be issued soon - then the ground breaking.

By Pepper Parr March 11, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON   Site Planning co-coordinator Jamie Tellier explains what is going to be built whereon the JBH campus. […]

Five more Burlington public schools to have Core French in grade 1

By Walter Byj March 9, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON The Halton District School Board voted to expand the Core French program in September. The expansion was […]

You voted for them - but they aren't ready yet to tell you how they vote for you. City is still not publishing detailed voting results.

By Pepper Parr March 9, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON We elect them to make decisions on how the city will be run, which includes everything from […]

Beaudoin stuffed; sex ed curriculum could be controversial and core french being extended across the board

By Walter Byj March 9, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON It didn’t take long for the Halton District School Board to decide how it was going to […]

Is the end of winter in sight? Has anyone seen a robin yet? Where are the rubber boots?

By Staff March 9, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Is the end in sight? Has anyone seen a robin yet? Where are the rubber boots? For the […]

John Waldie had two wives and thirteen children: all were brought back to Burlington where they were buried.

By Mark Gillies March 9, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Part three of a four part feature. This picture of the 13 Waldie children, Agnes, Marion, James, […]

Five flicks to be screened by BurlingtonGreen this year - first on March 25th - worth your time.

By Staff March 7, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON While a larger community is gearing up for the review of the provinces ecologically parts of our environment […]

Drug traffickers arrested and charged following search warrants in Halton, Niagara and Hamilton

By Staff March 7, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON The Halton Regional Police Service in partnership with the Niagara Regional Police Service have concluded a short duration […]

The way Ontario is built and developed is about to change: Better consultation with residents early in the development process are welcomed.

By James Smith March 7, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Sometimes, little noticed somewhat boring announcements by government are the ones that pack the biggest punch. Yesterday’s […]

Police media releases now using Latin? Project Viocurus - Collision Reduction Initiative Pays Off

By Staff March 6, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON   The results of Project Viocurus (Latin for Master of the Roads) are in and they point to […]

Do we need a carbon tax in Ontario? We need something to save this planet but not at the gas pump where the pain can be seen and felt.

By Ray Rivers March 7, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Ontario’s minister of the environment. Glen Murray, might have chosen a better winter. He has announced province-wide […]

Province's lottery and gambling arm are hoping to secure up to $375 million in additional profits in the next five years

By Edmund Anderson March 6, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON For many sports and gambling enthusiasts, new games and new ways to win big are now being […]

It’s these controversial issues where you can publicly call out the Mayor, Council, or Councillors.

By Tom Muir March 6, 2015 BURLINGTON,ON Hard to disagree that the present delegation process isn’t much of an accountability mechanism, but nobody ever said […]

Proposed provincial changes to the Planning Act might help Burlington transit and bring an end to five years reviews of the Official Plan

By Pepper Parr March 5, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Ontario is proposing reforms to the Planning Act and the Development Charges Act that would give residents […]

Girls hockey pull in two gold and a sliver at recent tournaments: might be getting calls from that team in Toronto looking for talent.

By Staff March 5, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON The Burlington Girls Hockey Club (BGHC) better known as the Baracudas; brought home three tournament medals, two GOLD […]

The Victoria Harbour Lumber Company; the source of the Waldie wealth.

By Mark Gillies March 5, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON Part two of a four part feature John Waldie spent most of his time in Toronto during […]

Pineland parents fail to convince the school board to rethink a decision - they prepare their court case.

By Walter Byj March 4, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON The Halton school board thought that it was a fait accompli, that the matter was done. Pineland […]