Flood threat low - keep children away from creeks.

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By Staff March 31st, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   The snowfall in the Escarpment was a lot heavier than in the urban areas on the weekend […]

Is the flow of news tightening in Burlington?

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By Pepper Parr March 28th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   The Red Tape got a little sticky this morning. During the address she gave to the […]

Mayor pulls together 85+ business people to hear what works and what doesn't work at city hall.

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By Staff March 28th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   It was billed as a major part of the way Marianne Meed Ward was going to serve […]

Two arrested for series of home break-ins across the GTA - caught at a Goodram home crime.

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By Staff March 29th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   The Halton Regional Police Service arrested two suspects following a series of residential break and enters across […]

Rivers on solving the cost of education: Cutting the herd reduces the feed bill.

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By Ray Rivers March 28th, 2109 BURLINGTON, ON “When students are currently preparing to go off to post-secondary education, we’re hearing from professors and employers […]

Stamp club advocated for a stamp comemorating the Avro Arrow for 12 years - next week Canada Post officials will give them a copy.

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By Staff March 28th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   The is a small group that has been advocating for a postage stamp that celebrates the creation […]

The sunshine list is in - better reading than the comic strips.

If you're happy and you know it - clap your hands.

By Staff March 27th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   It is that time of year again – when we get to take a peek at just […]

Public gets an in-depth look at what a developer wants to do on Old Lakeshore Road.

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By Pepper Parr March 27th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   The early announcement stunned a lot of people. 26 storeys high – 250 units with a […]

Students have been selected; course load is in place - iStem students will start classes in September.

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By Pepper Parr March 27th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   It all started more than two years ago. It was a comment from a trustee who […]

Resident questions whether the free transit during off peak hours will make a difference.

One of the new buses added o the Burlington Transit fleet.  There were busses that had more than 15 years on their tires - those old ones certainly rattled down Guelph Line when I was on one of them.

By Staff March 27th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   A Burlington resident isn’t so sure that the city’s plans for free rides on the transit buses […]

ECoB event sells out in less than 12 hours - larger space being arranged.

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By Pepper Parr March 26th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   Interesting how things change. What was once defined as an organization that had little if anything […]

Minister of Defence visits with WW II Juno Beach veteran Jim Warford - presents him with medal.

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By Staff March 26th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   It wasn’t a media event – it was a quiet, dignified meeting that included two federal Cabinet […]

More on what will be featured at the Joseph Brant Museum when it opens in July.

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By Staff March 26th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   We now know a little bit more about what will be on display at the Joseph Brant […]

Rivers: Is extra billing for health care services and opening the door to two-tier health care on the way?

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“The legislation is being implemented before parliamentary debate has even concluded and prior to any public hearings. The government created the Super Agency. It held […]

2018 Burlington's BEST nominees are announced.

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By Staff March 21st, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   The news is that the Burlington’s Best award will be given this May for the last time. […]

Group has organized walking groups - check it out.

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By Staff March 21st, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   Walking is a healthy exercise. It is also a time when you can think and wonder at […]

Federal government is going to send some of the gas tax revenue they have back to the municipalities.

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By Pepper Parr March 21st, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   The federal budget that was introduced on Wednesday in the House of Commons doesn’t get treated […]

Second sexual assault reported in the city.

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By Staff March 20th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON Reports of sexual assaults in the city are on the rise. On Saturday March 16th 2019, Detectives with […]

Rivers: It is an election budget.

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By Ray Rivers March 20th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   This was unquestionably an election-year budget, with lots of little goodies sprinkled about for most Canadians. […]

Glenwood School drive community to get a brand new bridge this time - courtesy of Metrolinks.

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By Pepper Parr March 19th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   The Glenwood School Drive community, located west of Guelph Line and north of the GO line […]

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