Two Burlington men face charges after a sharp-eyed citizen took notice of suspicious behaviour.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. April 16, 2013. A citizen out for a walk on Headon Forest Drive noticed two males entering driveways along the […]

Is this just a little too much? Now a Special badge presentation for city’s new fire chief.

    By Pepper Parr. BURLINGTON, ON April 16, 2013. Firemen and women are vital to the safety of any community and Burlington has a […]

Is Justin a New Deal for Canada? First day on the job and the attack ads start – is this their best shot?

By Ray Rivers. BURLINGTON, ON. April 16, 2013 Sometimes we Liberals can feel like Goldilocks. First, the leadership vote kickoff in Toronto last Saturday […]

Another early morning home entry – Oak Grove this time. Sooner or later someone is going to be hurt. Is it time for increased police patrols?

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. April 16, 2013. An Oak Grove residence was entered on April 16, 2013 at 1:45 a.m. A young […]

A whopping number – and it isn’t a tax increase. BurlingtonGreen goes right over the top. Kudos.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. April 16, 2013 Sometimes there is only one way to tell a story – let the story tell itself. […]

City hall staff are in the process of learning how to herd cats: squabbling with council member over pier opening plans.

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. April 16. 2013 I guess we should have expected this. The pier will be open for the Sound […]

If you’re a tweep – the Chief wants to talk to you – if you’re a creep – he can arrange to have you arrested.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON April 15, 2013 The people who count these things say that 66% if Canadians actively use social networking sites […]

Fun and games and a city council rule book with a rule that is far from clear; will Meed Ward really be shut down?

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. April 15, 2013 City council meets in its committee setting this week. Monday they meet in the afternoon as […]

Current Minister of Transportation appears to have suggested a Niagara GTA highway doesn’t make sense – hooray! GO is a better deal.

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. April 15, 2013 The people behind the Save the Escarpment Highway Coalition (SEHC) would have been dancing around […]

Time to grease that bicycle chain and get ready for the first chance this season to race around outdoors on your mountain bike.

By Staff MILTON – Hilton Falls Conservation Area is getting ready to kick off the 2013 Mountain Biking season with its 14th Annual Spokes […]

Burlington Bulldogs Atom A’s host provincial Ontario Hockey Federation finalists.

    Hockey players at the Atom A level erupting when Becky Kellar, the speaker for the event, told the crowd that she “hated the […]

City activists seek support to oppose allowing tar sands oil to cross the Escarpment.

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON April 13, 2013. People across the province and the province itself are gearing up for the National Energy […]

Chamber adapts to changes in the commercial sector and creates awards for both large and small companies.

By Walter Byj BURLINGTON, ON. April 13, 2013. Love of community and heartfelt appreciation of their fellow employees was a constant theme by winners […]

In conference with Premier: Any Escarpment road is on hold – while they continue to study. Is the public going to be in on those studies?

By Pepper Parr While it might be Toronto doing all the howling about transit and grid lock, Premier Kathleen Wynne understands that it is people […]

Chamber 0f Commerce fetes its finest.

By Walter Byj BURLINGTON, ON. April 11, 2013. As with all organizations, there is a time to work and a time to celebrate. The movies […]

That evasive action training police officers get came in handy; avoids accident and snags a driver with more than 80 mgs

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. April 11, 2013 Just a little after midnight on Wednesday April 10, 2013 a Halton officer was driving a police cruiser […]

There is nothing more to say – except to mourn the loss.

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Do we need two flood reports? Conservation Halton produces a report and the Region produces a report. Why two?

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. April 11, 2013 – Conservation Halton issued the following Watershed Conditions Statement – Flood Outlook today at 2:30 p.m. on […]

Plant shrubs on the 20th, come back in 2020 and see them still growing: BurlingtonGreen looking for real environmentalists.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON April 11, 2013 The weekend of April 20th BurlingtonGreen hopes to have 10,000 people out on the streets, the ravines and […]

Pulling Burlington into the circle of environmentally responsible cities; one tree at a time.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. April 11, 2013. The people on Indian Point want the trees they have kept. The residents in the Orchard wanted […]