Thanks a thousand, and if Burlington’s BLOMHA has the numbers we just night see $100,000 come to town.


By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON March 27, 2013 The several hundred people directly involved with that clicking and clicking and clicking last weekend, along with […]

Drug Warrant executed in Burlington; not a good Friday for these people.


By Staff BURLINGTON, ON March 29th, 2013 The Burlington Strategic Support Team executed a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act search warrant at a residence located […]

Is there life for Village Square once the Friedman’s sell? There are certainly some great ideas being talked about.

Village square architects model

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. March 28, 2013 There is no deal – yet, but there are some very interesting conversations taking place about what […]

Brant Street access to Spencer Smith Park limited; pier construction and public safety has area fenced off.

Mar 25-13 rendering of completed pier

  The yellow portion of this graphic outlines the area that is screened off to the public. Entry into Spencer Smith Park will be from […]

Even time has to get a check-up. City Hall clock to be removed and given both a check-up and a clean up.

Burlington city hall with clock

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON March 28, 2013 Bob Jurk, currently a Senior Project leader in the Engineering department, remembers the day when he put the […]

Meed Ward holds feet of Councillors Lancaster and Dennison to the flames. Wanted them to pay part of Car Free Sunday event.

Car free Sunday 2012

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. Marc h 28, 2013 It was almost sweet. The Community Services Committee was meeting to discuss a report on the […]

Noted photographer and author to speak at BAC; tickets are limited.

One of the more than ten photography books Grandmaison has published.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON March 27, 2013 If you are a photographer and want to improve your craft note Saturday April 13th at the Burlington […]

Not the most promising of starts – maybe the name change needed a slower introduction. The Twins have become Bandits

New name, new look and a new location.  The Bandits will play at the Burloak Sports Centre this season

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. March 27, 2013 What we all knew and loved as the Burlington Twins appear to have gone rogue and changed […]

The feds are giving back some of the money we gave them; Burlington will see roads and water facility improvements.


By Staff OAKVILLE, ON – Halton MP Lisa Raitt, Minister of Labour and the MP for Halton, has spread the largesse she hands out into […]

Momentous occasion for the city; its citizens have an engagement charter. Now to make it work at every level.

Burlington flags

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, on. March 27, 2013 The Budget and Corporate Services committee unanimously approved a Community Engagement Charter for the citizens of the […]

A collected sigh of relief was heard when the communications and events people talked about how the pier opening would be handled.

Mar 25 - fully illuninated

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON March 26, 2013 The Spin Doctors are taking centre stage now that the last of the concrete on the pier […]

Mayor chats it up with the commercial sector; knows most of the people by their first name.

Burlington flags

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. March 25, 2013 The Mayor met with members of the Chamber of Commerce Friday morning to give them an update […]

Was the drive strong enough? Were the forces behind the literally hundreds of people clicking that vote button enough?


By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON March 25th, 2013 “Busy day Monday as we return to normal jobs and prepare for a trek to London for […]

Is the 48 hour keyboard marathon going to get BLOMHA a $100,000 award for minor hocey? You can help make that happen.

REd Vote button

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. March 24, 2013 While they can’t see the finish line –they all know where it is – hundreds of people […]

Getting busy out there – if someone didn’t put a VOTE flyer in your hands today – you may not have been in Burlington.


By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON March 23, 2013 It was an all hands on deck day and as much child labour as they could round-up. […]

Art used on television shows gives the Burlington Art Centre a bit of a boost.

Killarney Rock at BAC to Prov Collection

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. March 23, 2013 How do you increase the revenue of an art centre? Sell more art would be one answer. […]

Expect to see quite a bit of child labour used by BLOMHA parents this weekend – there’s $100,000 up for grabs and they want it.


By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON March 23, 2013 This should be illegal. They want you to vote as often as you can. No limit as […]

Burlington’s players are on the ice and in position to win the contest and make the city the # 1 minor hockey city in the province.


By Pepper Parr BLOMHA – the Burlington Lions Optimist Minor Hockey Association is working like crazy today, Saturday and again on Sunday to register the […]

The coppers are going to turn the lights out – then what? Earth Hour will be recognized but only in Non-Essential Services.


By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. March 22, 2013 From 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 23, 2013 the Halton Regional Police Service will join Halton […]

Is there a real # 1 out there for us? We will know by Monday. Want to help make it happen? Read on.

Bulldogs Logo

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON March 22nd, 2013 There is an opportunity for the people of this city to bring home a “real” #1plus $100,000 […]