Burlington families took a step back in time and enjoyed an unseasonably warm Harvest Festival at Bronte Creek Provincial Park last weekend. There was plenty to get taste buds watering, including fresh apple cider, corn dogs, sweet kettle corn, and apple blossoms. Autumn scents wafted through the air as children ...

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Burlington residents came together by the hundreds on Monday night (Jan. 30) to hold a vigil to show their support for the Muslim community after the tragic shooting at Quebec’s Grand Mosque the previous night. The vigil was held outside of City Hall where Burlington residents brought flowers and lit ...

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The Halton District School Board (HDSB) has voted to consider closing Burlington Central High School (BCHS) in 2018. A downtown school that dates back to 1922, BCHS has a lot of history as the first high school in Burlington. But the board says declining student numbers may force the school ...

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Residents of Burlington teamed up by the thousands in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for largest human letter of the alphabet, but their efforts fell short at the end of the rainy, but highly-anticipated event The Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation event drew 2,334 people to Spencer Smith ...

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Novemburger, the burger festival that has its roots in Hamilton has expanded eastward. Two restaurants in Burlington were featured on this year’s roster of participating restaurants: Downtown Bistro & Grill on Elizabeth Street, and Naroma Pizza on Brant Street. Urbanicity played a role in the growth of annual festival, which ...

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The halls of Mohawk College were filled this week as business owners from Hamilton and Burlington, along with representatives from the city of Burlington, toured the campus for Ingenuity at Work. The event promoted partnerships between local businesses, the city of Burlington, and Mohawk College. Burlington Mayor Rick Goldring saw this ...

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