Free taxi service for those donating blood week of November 7th to 10th - book your appointment.

Blood graphic

By Staff November 6th, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   There is a huge need for more blood donors. A car accident victim could require up to […]

Burlingtonians want to know much more about aging - tickets to the event sold out.

Znaimer Moses

By Staff November 1, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   This is the kind of problem our Mayor likes to have. Listen in. Moses Znaimer was invited […]

Board of education has put out a call to all the three year olds - pay the school a visit and learn what you will be doing for the foreseeable future.

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.
Bob TYmczyszyn/St. Catharines Standard/QMI AGENCY

By Staff October 27th, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   Beginning school is a big step for parents and children. The Halton District School Board wants to […]

Tyandaga residents to meet for updates on where there fight to prevent a brick company from quarrying in their back yards.

TEC stop quarry expansion Jul17

By Staff October 25th, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   Those folks in the west end that have a quarry in their back yards are ramping up […]

Mayor announces his intention to run for re-election.

Flood Goldring with chain of office

By Pepper Parr October 18th, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   It wasn’t a great surprise – if he wasn’t employed as the Mayor what would he […]

Well-known speaker and trainer, Mary Maciel Pearson will speak to parents about stress mental health issues, fatigue and feeling overwhelmed.

Mary Maciel Pearson

By Staff October 17th, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   Popular nutrition and lifestyle coach Mary Maciel Pearson will be speaking next week at a free parent […]

Seniors community serves up a Thanksgiving Dinner and looks into providing equipment that will allow seniors to get the kind of exercise they need.


By Connie Price October 6th, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   What a wonderful day……..just what the Burlington Seniors Community Inc. had hoped for! The Volunteer teams […]

Vigil for victims of all accidents and tragedies: for families, friends, and loved ones; for survivors and first responders who will have memories for the rest of their lives

By Staff October 4th, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   This evening from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm the doors will be open at THiNKSPOT for anyone […]

City opens up with goodies for the senior set: celebrating National Seniors’ Day

Councillor Sharman has held two public sessions with Senior's as part of his effort to understand their needs and develop policy that Council can put in place to serve this vital community.  At most of the sessions Sharman holds his Dad is often in the audience.

By Staff October 2nd, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   The City is hosting a series of open houses today to celebrate National Seniors’ Day and honour […]

David Suzuki to take part in November Youth Eco Summit for grades 7 to 12 students


By Pepper Parr September 23, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   The man is iconic and the event is epic. Perhaps just a little over the top […]

All 21 Ontario universities will have representatives at Assumption Catholic high school on Wednesday the 27th.

University - UofT

By Staff September 22, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   Representatives from Ontario’s 21 universities will be in Burlington at Assumption Catholic Secondary School on Wednesday, September […]

Our two Members of Parliament serve as a tag team during Question Period.

Gould as a bandit

By Pepper Parr September 22, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   They decided to work as a tag team in the House of Commons during Question Period […]

On the last day of summer Jasper AB got snow. What kind of a winter are we going to have?

Snow Jasper AB

By Staff September 22, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   The last day of summer – and what did we get? A little on the sticky side […]

Burlington fire fighters place first overall, first in Limited Pit, third in Unlimited Pit and first in Rapid Pit auto extraction categories.

Car rescue Enfield

By Staff September 21, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   Maybe it is because Burlington has all kinds of high volume highways running through the city. Maybe […]

That Sesquicentennial has become a gift that just keeps on giving for the federal political class.


By Staff September 20th, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   That Sesquicentennial we celebrated on Canada Day has become a gift that just keeps on giving for […]

Funds raised by the Burlington Terry Fox Run to battle cancer reached historical high. More than 1000 people turned out.

Judson - Casey and # 19

By Staff September 18th, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   The weather was as good as it could get – and the turnout was superb for the […]

United Way sets a $10 million goal for the 2017 campaign

Ten million banner

By Staff September 18th, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   There were a reported “hundreds” of United Way community partners on the tarmac at the John C. […]

Community to celebrate the life of Casey Cosgrove at the Convention centre September 17th 4-6 pm

Casey Cosgrove: “I believe that we have no shortage of passionate citizens,  people willing to lead, and a creative energy right here in Burlington, to bring an even stronger sense of community to everyone that lives in this city.”

By Pepper Parr September 7th, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   Team Casey is coming together to play another game. They are going to run the 36th […]

Noted photographer to publish a lavishly illustrated book on the Niagara Escarpment[1]

By Pepper Parr September 4th, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   Later this month Mark Zelinski will launch his book on the Escarpment. It is a large […]

Tributes reminiscing and outpourings of affection for Casey Cosgrove who passed last Thursday.

Cosgrove H&S

By Staff September 3rd, 2017 BURLINGTON, ON   The late Casey Cosgrove Facebook is alive and has become the place to grieve, commiserate and openly […]

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