Change in the location of a Lowville Festival event. Robin Hood will be at the United Church instead of Lowville school house.

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By Staff July 22, 2106 BURLINGTON, ON   Change in the location of a Lowville Festival event. Please note that due to the hot weather […]

Bell School Line Closure - July 28 to 30 for gas line construction


By Staff July 22nd, 2016 BURLINGTON, ON   Bell School Line will be closed to traffic between Derry Road and Britannia Road from Thursday, July […]

Halton Paramedic arrested for sexual assault and voyeurism inside an ambulance.


By Staff July 22, 2106 BURLINGTON, ON Halton Regional Police have arrested and charged a Halton Paramedic in relation to an incident which occurred inside […]

Baycats win sixth straight; Burlington Bandits holding on tightly to sixth place in an 8 team league.

By Staff July 22, 2016 BURLINGTON, ON   The Barrie Baycats stayed hot, beating the Burlington Bandits 7-5 Thursday night for their sixth straight victory. […]

It’s on! 8:30 - August 20th - Spencer Smith Park - final Tragically Hip concert broadcast live from Kingston.


By Pepper Parr July 22, 2016 BURLINGTON, ON   It’s on! Whatever papers have to be signed – are signed and the event will start […]

The Stay Frosty guy is back - setting up shop at the Beaver and the Bulldog August 25th.

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By Pepper Parr July 22, 2016 BURLINGTON, ON   He is back! James B. (Le Grand Fromage) That Stay Frosty Guy – who has upgraded […]

August concerts dates - plan your summer fun.

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By Staff July 22nd, 2016 BURLINGTON, ON These events will take place at the Burlington Musical Centre in Central Park just behind the band stand. […]

Robin Hood will be on stage at the Lowville school house Saturday - his band of merry-men will come from the audience.


By Staff July 22, 2016 BURLINGTON, ON   DuffleBag Theatre will take over the Lowville School house Saturday afternoon for a fun-filled and hilarious interactive […]

Are we past the tipping point? And if we are - what do we do now?

Climate change demonstrations

By Pepper Parr July 21, 2016 BURLINGTON ON Is it already too late? Have we passed the tipping point and are at the point where […]

Are trees technology? You might want to think about that.

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By Pepper Parr July 21st, 2016 BURLINGTON, ON   Trees are technology said a participant at the Town Hall meeting on Climate Change that Oakville […]

Traffic flow changes on rural part of Appleby Line.


By Staff July 21, 2016 BURLINGTON, ON Union Gas is running a 40 inch line right across the top or the city. Appleby Line will […]

Decent audience attends climate change meeting - few got their by bicycle - far too many drove in cars by themselves.

Damoff + Fraser at Climate change July 20-16

By Pepper Parr July 21, 2016 BURLINGTON, ON   It was more than a local town hall meeting to get people to think and act […]

Bandits beat Leafs an 11-5 road win - long way to go to pass them in the standings.

The season needed a lot of improvement - but the community spirit is certainly evident.

By Staff June 20th, 2016 BURLINGTON, ON The Burlington Bandits snapped a two-game skid with an 11-5 road win over the Toronto Maple Leafs Wednesday […]

Regional deputy police chief recognized by American association of law enforcement executives.

Deputy Chief Nishan Duraiappah pleads his innocence to the charge of Grand Theft Donuts, looking on is Halton Regional Police Detective Constable Paul Proteau.

By Staff July 19th, 2016 BURLINGTON, ON   Deputy Chief Nishan Duraiappah accepted the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) Technology Champion of […]

In Lowville - this weekend - a festival of all the arts for the artist in all of us.

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By Jim Riley July 19th, 2016 BURLINGTON, ON   The Lowville Festival will again be presenting superb musical and theatrical experiences for audiences old and […]

City Councillors abuse the recorded voting process - city decides to buy an electronic vote recording system.

Council vote Dec 18-14 Water Street

By Pepper Parr July 20th, 2016 BURLINGTON, ON   Will wonders never cease? The city is going to move to an electronic vote recording system […]

Cash registers are the target for a man with long arms - hits two locations in the Region.

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By Staff July 19, 2016 BURLINGTON, ON It was a cash grab – pure and simple. On June 17th, 2016, Joseph Hamilton Essibuah walked into […]

Region provides $212,500 for 13 community programs to aid in adequate access to food.

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By Staff July 19th, 2015 BURLINGTON, ON   Earlier this month, Regional Council approved $212,500 in funding for 13 community programs and projects that will […]

Lane Closures for Fairview Street Improvements, July through October, 2016

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By Staff July 19th, 2016 BURLINGTON, ON The City of Burlington is making improvements to Fairview Street between Guelph Line and Walker’s Line and Commerce […]

Business license renewals can now be done on line.

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By Staff July 19th, 2106 BURLINGTON, ON   At this rate we may not need a city hall. Another city hall service has gone on […]

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