Mayor Marianne Meed Ward: 'leaders do not need to come up with all the great ideas, leaders need to create the environment that lets great ideas come from the community'.

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By Pepper Parr December 4th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   There was never any doubt as to who was in charge. There was never any doubt […]

The old order changes ....

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By Pepper Parr December 3rd, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   The old order changeth. This evening a new city council will be sworn in: five of […]

City clarifies policy on equipment used in exercise classes - some seniors claim that isn't what they are hearing.

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By Pepper Parr December 3rd, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   Last week the Gazette published a story about changes some seniors called us about with the […]

Snowfighters are in place - just waiting for the snow to arrive.

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By Staff December 3rd, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   City Hall says the Snow fighters are ready and they have provided an app that will let […]

'I will truly, faithfully and impartially exercise this office to the best of my knowledge and ability.'

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By Pepper Parr December 2nd, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   The Declaration of Office is always signed by elected members of a city council when they […]

Candlelight Stroll through downtown Burlington kicks off thee festive season.

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By Staff December 1st, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   It’s a weather dependent event. When it rains – even a light drizzle the crowds are smaller. […]

Lights of the season glow in Spencer Smith Park - make sure the kids get to see this.

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By Staff December 1st, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   It’s an annual thing. Drummer beside the Naval monument Better than looking in the window at Eaton’s […]

Male was sexually assaulted at the Burlington Centre

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By Staff November 30th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   On Monday November 5th 2018 the Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Unit (CASA) commenced an investigation after […]

The development application process is grinding down the staff in the planning department

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By Pepper Parr November 30th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   The paper work involved in a major development application is extensive. The volume has become more […]

Region holds an emergency preparedness exercise: no public involvement.

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By Staff November 30th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   How do you prepare for a local disaster? Just the way relay race runners do – you […]

Ontario’s Climate Change Plan: Much Ado About Nothing

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By Ray Rivers November 30th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   Almost every aspect of Rod Phillips’, Ontario’s environment minister’s, climate change plan is something we’ve already […]

Household mobility and housing choices; who moves and why.

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By Staff November 30th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   People move for a combination of economic and non-economic reasons (i.e. family, employment, housing, education and others). […]

Another one of those win - win - win ideas that Jim Young believes can actually be achieved in the first 100 days of the new city council.

Burlington Transit getting new buses - to deliver less service.

The Gazette invited readers to tell the city council that will be sworn in next Monday what they felt were the more important issues that […]

Scotia Bank at 4011 New Street robbed Thursday afternoon.

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By Staff November 30th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   The Halton Regional Police Service are currently investigating a bank robbery that occurred in Burlington. Electric […]

Heroin Importer Sentenced to Serve Ten and a Half Years in Jail

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By Staff November 29th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON Following a lengthy trial and conviction, an accused has been sentenced to serve ten and a half years […]

A VERY ELECTRIC CHRISTMAS at the Performing Arts Centre

Electric Christmas courtesy of BPAC

By Staff November 29th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   Lightwire Theatre is going to give the city a ‘A VERY ELECTRIC CHRISTMAS’ at the Performing Arts […]

Another Purse Thief Arrested in Burlington

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By Staff November 29th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   The Halton Regional Police Service are still receiving reports of purse thefts. In most occurrences the suspects […]

Provincial Climate Change Solution includes expecting people to pick up litter.

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By Staff November 29, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   The Ontario government today announced a Balanced, Made-in-Ontario Climate Change Solution to Preserve and Protect the Environment […]

McKenna gets a salary bump - appointed a Parliamentary Assistant

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By Staff November 29th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   Jane McKenna Jane McKenna, MPP for Burlington has been appointed the Parliamentary Assistant to Laurie Scott, Minister […]

Seniors taking exercise classes upset over program changes that will require people to provide their own equipment.

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By Staff November 29th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON The city has asked that we publish a statement they have made related to this news story. That […]

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