Speaker series on issues important to Senior Citizens

By Staff June 3rd, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   Marion Goard is a Broker with Keller Williams Realty. She heads up an interesting service intended for […]

No reservations needed for summer rec and lap swims at Burlington outdoor pools

By Staff June 2nd, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   Nelson Pool This summer, swimming at Burlington outdoor pools will be walk-in only based on first come, […]

Mayor spills the bean on TVO: Bateman is going to cost the city $100 million

By Pepper Parr June 2nd, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   Speaking on the TVO program The Agenda where the subject was who should pay for growth […]

Age to work as life guards has been reduced.

By Staff June 2nd, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   The provincial government is lowering the minimum age requirement to be a lifeguard, assistant lifeguard and aquatic […]

Burlington Green AGM at the end of the month

By Staff June 2nd, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   BurlingtonGren will be holding their Annual General Meeting June 27th at the Burlington Central Library. (2331 New […]

Brock & Sophia: A love story in the midst of the war of 1812

By Pepper Parr June 2nd, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   Ray Rivers has been writing opinion pieces for the Gazette for more than ten years. We’ve […]

Not a Pretty Picture

  By Ray Rivers June 2nd, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON OPINION I recently attended a Pollution Probe event to honour Edward Burtynsky, the Canadian born world […]

Mayor on growth paying for growth - a TVO production

By Staff June 2nd, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   Mayor Marianne Meed Ward With development being perhaps the most talked about subject in the city, certainly […]

45 acts are at the Performing Arts Centre during a 366 day season. 

By Staff June 1st, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   The Burlington Performing Arts Centre kicked off their new 2023/2024 season last night at the main theatre […]

Burlington Ontario Health Team Gets its first Executive Director

By Pepper Parr May 31st, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   It was an organization we had not heard of. It came to our attention when the […]

The Reasons Behind Mobile Gaming's Popularity

By Melinda Smith May 31st, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   You can be playing the same game with the person sitting beside you – then compare […]

It's Official - 6.07% of the wards 1&2 voters elected Robbie Brydon as their trustee

By Staff May 30th, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   The City of Burlington has declared the official results from the by-election for the seat of School […]

Public getting to know a little bit more about what takes place in CLOSED sessions of Council

By Pepper Parr May 30th, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   Nancy Shea Nicol: Burlington Corporate Counsel, has rarely been in favour of making legal matters public. […]

Plan B group want to see the Waterfront Hotel development plan go back to one of the preferred concepts

By Staff May 30th, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   It’s final. Or at least the folks at Plan B think it is. They sent the following […]

Waterfront Hotel site – now what ?

By Pepper Parr May 30th, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   In January of this year Goodmans LLP, legal counsel for Burlington 2020 Lakeshore Inc., wrote the […]

Robbie Brydon wins seat on Halton District School Board

By Pepper Parr May 30th, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   Robbie Brydon won the Burlington wards 1 &2 trustee seat yesterday with 64% of the vote. […]

Tourism gets a bit of a boost from a federal grant - hard to tell how much of the money will work its way to the local hospitality sector

By Pepper Parr May 29th, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   The federal government pumped $300,000 into the tourism sector with the money being delivered through the […]

Too many Aldershot residents have chosen to be uninformed, uninvolved and have failed to hold the council member they elected accountable

By Pepper Parr May 29th, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON OPINION Remembrance Day and The Battle of the Atlantic Sunday have always been important to me. I […]

Getting to 100 is significant - more than 2300 people will gather for four days to celebrate what Burlington Central High has meant to their lives.

By Pepper Parr May 28th, 2023 BURLINGTON, ON The pandemic changed almost everything including the 100th anniversary of Burlington Central High School. The pause hasn’t […]

A flood plain that no one knew much about impacts development applications at the intersection of Brant and Ghent

By Pepper Parr May 28th 2023 BURLINGTON, ON   The City of Burlington recently completed a Phase 1 Flood Hazard and Scoped Stormwater Management Assessment […]