Proposed citywide Private Tree Bylaw information and engagement sessions

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By Pepper Parr August 5th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   The City wants to engage residents on the development of a citywide Private Tree Bylaw. The […]

ECoB wants the city to allow more time to ensure the widest deepest public input on Official Plan is achieved.

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By Pepper Parr April 4th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   ECoB – the Engaged Citizens of Burlington have been watching how the city has decided to […]

Round two - another assault on rural lands: Nelson Aggregates plans to file a new application - plans to give the city hundreds of acres for parkland.

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By Pepper Parr August 3rd, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   In an announcement made sometime in June, Nelson Aggregates set out its plan to expand its […]

Nish Duraiappah named Chief of Police of Peel Regional Police.

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By Pepper Parr August 2nd, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   Deputy Chief Nish Duraiappah – made Peel Region Chief of Police Deputy Chief Nish Duraiappah has […]

Financial Representative Arrested for Fraud Offence

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By Staff August 2nd, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON The Halton Regional Police Service – 3 District Criminal Investigation Bureau has arrested and charged an Ajax man […]

No. 4 Side Road closed Aug. 12 to 23, between Appleby and Walkers Line

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By Staff April 2nd, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   Burlington’s side roads don’t mean all that much to those who live south of Dundas – unless […]

Community Development reaching out for comments and possibilities as they prepare for a different future.

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By Pepper Parr August 2nd, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   With a change of leadership in the months ahead, Community Development Halton (CDH) has begun the […]

Arrested on human trafficking charges - male faces 11 Criminal code counts.

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By Staff August 2nd, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   The Halton Regional Police Service – Human Trafficking Unit has arrested a Toronto male for exploiting an […]

City is looking for some input on Leash-Free parts of the city.

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By Staff August 1st, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   The woof woofs need more room to run around.   Dogs off leash in Central Park – […]

A Flood Watch becomes very real when there is a heavy rainfall - and Burlington knows what a heavy rainfall is all about.

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By Staff August 1st, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   Wonderful weather. But the water level in Lake Ontario is still higher than normal – receding yes […]

More than any child could want in the way of fun events at the Joseph Brant Day at LaSalle Park.

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By Staff August 1st, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   In this portrait Joseph Brant is seen wearing the gorget given to him by King George III. […]

What will not be open on the Civic holiday.

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By Staff August 1st, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   It’s the Civic Holiday this weekend; a number of administrative services will be closed on Monday, Aug. […]

If the Economic Development Corporation is wrapped up - what does that do to TechPlace and the hefty lease they signed?

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By Pepper Parr July 30th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   What started out as a comment made at the annual Chamber of Commerce State of the […]

Level of disinfectant in the wading pool cause of seven people being transported to hospital for further evaluation.

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By Staff July 30th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   This afternoon, on Tuesday, July 30, 2019, at 2 p.m. City of Burlington aquatics staff noticed an […]

Is Most Public Engagement Worthless ? Some interesting views on how we engage the public.

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By Staff July 30th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   A devoted Gazette reader popped us a note. “You might want to read this over and perhaps […]

Planning staff are bending backwards to produce critical reports that will shape the direction of the city for decades.

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By Pepper Parr July 29th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON Despite a year of significant upheaval in the Planning department – staff are now working on several […]

The lovelies write the Minister; it wasn't a love letter.

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By Lynn Crosby, David Myers, Deborah Ruse, 0Blair Smith, Josie Wagstaffe July 28th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   Last May the province dumped a new piece […]

Federal funding available for energy upgrades in the small business sector.

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By Staff July 29th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   Oakville Burlington North MP Pam Damoff asks: “Are you or someone you know a small business owner […]

Thinking behind the five year plan is sound - is it affordable?

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By Pepper Parr July 28th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON This is a seven part series on transit and how Burlington plans to get to the point […]

Engagement with the public on a much different and highly desirable scale is taking place during the summer.

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By Pepper Parr July 28th, 2019 BURLINGTON, ON   One of the really big issues during the October election was that city council was not […]

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