Ten rooms in a hotel – for just the one night. That might have happened at the Riviera – but at the Waterfront?

    September 11, 2013 By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. The cultural scene in Burlington gets busy right after Labour Day – everyone wants you […]

There is trouble in our financial paradise; city manager cautions council. They don’t seem to hear him

September 11, 2013 By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON The first we heard of the problem was when city manager Jeff Fielding casually mentioned at […]

Fall Compost Give Away on Saturday, September 14 – pick up in Milton.

September 11, 2013 By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. On Saturday, September 14, Halton Region will host the annual Fall Compost Give Away from 8 a.m. […]

‘Safe Start’ a police back-to-school safety initiative had cops with radar guns in Hayden High parking lot – they caught a couple.

    September 10, 2013 By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. Safe Start – getting the kids back to school safely was started in 2006 and focuses […]

BurlingtonGreen holds third spot in a national contest with $100,000 available.

    September 10th, 2013 By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. BurlingtonGreen got themselves selected as one of five organizations that would be part of the […]

Private tree bylaw is dead in the water. Even with the Mayor’s support it could not get past a council that fails to understand.

    September 10, 2013 By Pepper Parr It is going to be very tough to get a private tree by law in this city. […]

Woman loses balance at Mt. Nemo – plunges to her death.

September 8, 2013 By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. A 42-year-old female lost her balance near a lookout in an area on top of the escarpment […]

Jealous Nelson grad tours Hayden High – eye-popping is her first response.

    September 8, 2013 By Milla Pickfield BURLINGTON, ON. I’m so jealous. I fell asleep in the middle of my math exam in June […]

Chilly weather will keep people out of the water if the health notices don’t do the job.

September 6, 2013 By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. If the weather we are having today holds for the weekend there won’t be too many people […]

The Quebec of today and the values it wants to create – differs from the multiculturism of Ontario.

    September 6, 2013 By Ray Rivers BURLINGTON, ON. Pierre Trudeau was the father of multiculturalism, and in 1971 Canada became the first nation […]

In Ontario, naturopathic doctors are considered primary care physicians.

Jeremy Hayman, Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (ND) will be writing a regular column for the Burlington Gazette. ND is a professional medical designation earned […]

Where Should I Go On My Next Trip? Travel writer can help – Just Ask!

    September 5, 2013 By Gordana Liddell BURLINGTON, ON. Where should I go? Good Question. Actually, while this is one of the most common […]

Farm Day: It’s a small farm that is no longer operational but a good opportunity to give kids a chance to see what farming was like.

    September 4, 2013 By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. The whole idea of a farm – that place where the food is grown and […]

Regional back-to-school road safety initiative in place till September 13th – some stupid drivers out there.

September 4, 2013 By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. It’s those first few days of the back to school period; when the kids are not thinking […]

The 10 Most Controversial Topics on Wikipedia; Jesus was a natural but George W. Bush and circumcision?

September 4, 2012 By James Burchill. BURLINGTON, ON. Ever wonder what the most controversial topics on Wikipedia are? The crowd-sourced and edited online encyclopedia […]

When in September do close to thousands of Burlingtonians take a walk on a Sunday afternoon? And why?

  September 4, 2013 By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. They’re back in school, and the whole tempo of the city changes. All those people with […]

Meed Ward goes on an educational offensive – wants to save those trees. Is she scooping the Mayor’s issue?

September 3, 2013 By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. Trees – do they belong to just the person on whose property they are rooted or […]

City looking for volunteers to serve on its 10 boards and committees; good place to launch a political career or just make a difference.

September 2, 2013 By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. Local boards and committees, the place where many political careers have started, is a vital part […]

First Alton Village community structure operational: high school opens, Library next, Recreation Centre goes live in October.

September 2, 2013 By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. The buses will begin pulling up in front of the spanking new Frank J. Hayden High […]

Regional police officer charged with assault.

September 2, 2013 By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. A Halton Regional Police Service officer has been charged with assault while on duty. The incident took […]