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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You could say that NDP MP Charlie Angus put the “social” back into Canadian Socialism when he announced he was joining the NDP leadership race. On the last Sunday of February, a large crowd of supporters, curious observers, and media squeezed into the back room of Toronto’s legendary Horseshoe Tavern. ...

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It’s a tale as old as time. Beauty and the Beast was featured in the 2017 season at Theatre Aquarius. This stunning and vibrant performance was everything I could have asked for, even after several shows, they still performed like it was opening night. Beauty and the Beast is the story ...

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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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Going on a blind date can be pretty nerve-wracking. Now imagine having to go on one every single night. On top of the pressure to create conversation with the other person and be interesting, you now have the pressure of a full audience watching you. Now picture it being opening ...

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The hunt is on for the next big playwright in the Greater Toronto Area. The Hamilton Fringe Festival is holding its 11th annual New Play Contest, in which artists from the GTA are encouraged to submit their work to be judged in hopes of winning a free production slot in ...

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Stop the killing. Enforce the law. This is the slogan of a new workplace safety campaign launched by the United Steelworkers of Canada (USW). On February 5, members of the campaign presented in front of Hamilton’s city council. Its goal was to convince councillors to bring more pressure on provincial ...

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