Kickass Canadian is featured speaker at a Conservation Authority Workshop on March

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By Staff February 16, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   Sharing Experiences is a biennial one day capacity-building workshop for individuals and community groups interested in creating […]

Civil, civic conversations. If you can’t do that – don’t waste your time writing.


By Pepper Parr February 13th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   It was the call for a Task Force on Bullying and Harassment that got us started […]

The last farm house in what was once Appleby Village was rich in history and the city's farming past.

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By Staff February 12th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   When we published the story on the Taylor farm and the house on the property at Appleby […]

Ridge tells council there is going to be a workshop on the long awaited code of conduct for members of Council during a discussion on harassment and bullying in the city.

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By Pepper Parr February 8th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON Ridge tells council there is going to be a workshop on the long awaited code of conduct […]

Comments on the cycling survey - are the right questions being asked?

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By Staff February 6th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   Joe Gaetan is a Burlington resident who lives in a high rise on Maple Avenue. He cycles […]

Disruption - understand it before it disrupts your company.

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By Staff February 6th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   Technology and disruption are among today’s hottest buzzwords. But how are technological developments going to affect your […]

City has begun to gather data that will be used to shape the Cycling Plan.

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By Staff February 4th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   City Hall is inviting the public to share their thoughts and ideas about what would improve cycling […]

Province sends the Board of Education a big cheque for upgrades to MM Robinson and Nelson high schools - Pearson and Bateman prepare for the end of their existence.

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By Staff February 2, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   The provincial government will provide the Halton Board of Education with approximately $10.9 million to renovate and […]

Board of education asks for input on the Multi-Year Plan - Have your say.

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By Staff February 2nd, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   The Halton District School Board is holding an engagement survey: Have Your Say. From February 5th through […]

Peter Marshall opened the Boyne school in 2015 and built the school’s culture on three concepts: Work hard, be nice, and make a difference.

Peter Marshal - HDSB

By Staff January 31st, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   Peter Marshall, Principal of Boyne Public School in Milton, has been named one of Canada’s Outstanding Principals […]

HDSB Board Superintendent of Education Rob Eatough will address LGBTQI2S+ youth at Milton high school.

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By Staff January 26th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   The Halton District School Board is hosting the 2018 HDSB Secondary GSA Student Conference on Tuesday, February […]

District school board recognizes nine for 'inspiring students.

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By Staff January 19th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   The Halton District School Board has Inspire Awards for people who go above and beyond to support […]

Library and Sound of Music hook up -

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By Staff January 18th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   Burlington Public Library and the Sound of Music Festival are excited to announce a new partnership. Starting […]

Day care facilities at the two high schools being closed are being set up at different schools.


By Pepper Parr January 16th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   The process of closing the two Burlington high schools begins. Some good new – the Ministry […]

Art Gallery video - a nice look at what the Art Gallery has to offer.

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By Staff January 15th,2018 BURLINGTON, ON   Everyone knows we have an Art Gallery. A significant number of people attend events at the Gallery. Hundreds […]

Were social license or civic space part of the decision to close two Burlington high schools ?

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By Rory Nisan January 14th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   What is democracy? Is it a single act, an election every four years? Certainly, that is […]

Civic engagement - Timbits style. Bold indeed!

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By Staff January 12th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   The city goes to great lengths to engage its citizens – the are using social media much […]

Conservation issues weather conditions notice - rising water in the creek system.

Nothjing iminent - but Conservation Halton advises that rain expected has the potential to flood the creeks.

By Staff January 12, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   With weather all over the map we plan for what we are told the weather is going […]

Report confirms Board followed its process for Burlington PAR - school closure plans will now move at full speed.

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By Staff January 11th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   With the headline : Report confirms Board followed its process for Burlington PAR, the school board gets […]

Public school board now taking kindergarten registrations for the September 2018 school year

Students at Lincoln Centennial public school. Ontario school boards are struggling to find low-cost options to school additions to accommodate full-day kindergarten. Some options may include bussing kids.  Reading are Heyley Ta and Zeynep Coskan-Johnson. Feb 21 2013.
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By Staff January 11th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON The Gazette asked the Board staff which dates have been established for Kindergarten registration in the different areas […]

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