City doles out grants to 16 organization from the Burlington Arts and Culture Fund.

FORM two dancers - one masked

By Staff April 10th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   Burlington has awarded funding support through the Burlington Arts and Culture Fund (BACF) grant program. Approved by […]

Tourism guide released.

Tourism guide 2019-2020

By Staff April 10th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   Tourism Burlington released their 2019/2020 edition of “The Official Tourism Burlington Visitor Guide” today. They printed 50,000 […]

East end residents tell council: 'This isn't the development we expected'.

By Pepper Parr April 10th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   The Council chamber was packed. They were sitting in the foyer and in the room next […]

Regional government review: strikingly limited in scope and time frame for a governance review impacting 5.4 million Ontarians

Queens Park

By Joey Edwardh April 9th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   On March 13, quietly, almost silently, local democracy in Ontario receded further into history. The Ontario […]

Parking, foot traffic downtown, getting good help and red tape were what small business people wanted fixed.

Red tape with hand

By Staff April 9th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   Mayor Meed Ward released the following report earlier today: The first of four targeted focus group sessions […]

New season at Tyandaga Golf Course gets underway April 12, 2019

Tyandaga golf course aerial

By Staff April 8th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   The robins are back and Tyandaga Golf Course is open for business. The City of Burlington’s Tyandaga […]

Public engagement seen through the eyes of citizen:

Layout - pedestrian

By Lucy Belvedere April 8th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   How has the community been engaged in the redevelopment of the Lakeside Village Plaza ? Staff […]

Lakeside Village Plaza development to be shown at a required Statutory Public meeting on Tuesday.

Lakeside village plaza proposal

By Pepper Parr April 6th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   The two pictures below tell the story – the first is what is in place today […]

High quality video footage will help identify B&E suspect.

BESuspect 2 April 5

By Staff April 5th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   With good security cameras people suspected of criminal activity can be easily identified. If the person in […]

Seven professional activity days for public school teachers next year.

Her name is Mia and she thinks she can top up the bidding for the exclusive use of a parking lot for the school year.

By Staff April 5th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   Parents can now plan some of their off-season travel plans – the Halton District School Board has […]

Transit people want feedback from the public about significant transit changes.

Burlingon Transit logo

By Staff April 5th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   The transit people aren’t going to give up on getting your attention. Burlington Transit is looking for […]

Is the Region of Halton about to disappear: why is that a bad idea?

collage all four

By Staff April 4th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   The Provincial government announced in January that there would be a review of eight regional municipalities (including […]

Completion of the five tower Paradigm development on Fairview impacted by Interim Control bylaw.

paradigm marketing piece

By Pepper Parr April 4th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   They are sometimes referred to as “unintended consequences” and that appears to be the kind of […]

Council nixes the idea of exemptions to the bylaw that has frozen developments; Mayor takes a swing at one developer.

Meed Ward H&S profile

By Pepper Parr April 3rd, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   It is now close to crystal clear that there will not be any exemptions to the […]

Mayor will hit the road to represent the city at Canadian conferences as well as internationally in France and Japan.

Burlington flags

By Staff April 2, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   Mayor Marianne Meed Ward is going to be packing her wardrobe, including those high heels, and hitting […]

Will City Council go along with exemptions to the Interim Control bylaw?

Burlington flags

By Staff April 1st, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   With the Interim Control just a couple of weeks old there is word that a number of […]

Event to celebrate Mothers takes a bit of a twist: performance contains mature language.

Girls nite out

By Staff April 18th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   Mother’s Day is taking on a different meaning at the Performing Arts Centre this year. The first […]

Mayor reports on her Red Tape - Red Carpet initiative.

Red tape red carpet

By Staff April 1st, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON Mayor Meed Ward reports on her Red Tape Red Carpet Task Force, an initiative she announced at the […]

Using data to tell your story.

CDH STORY HEd

By Staff April 1st, 2019 Burlington, ON   With information coming at you faster than a mile a second – it is a challenge to […]

Rivers: More on SNC Lavalin - 'And that will be the last word on that.'

JWR looking right

By Ray Rivers April 1st, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   Former Clerk of the Privy Council – Michael Wernick chose to resign. Former Justice Minister and […]

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