Category Archives for Lifestyle

It’s Tea Time Burlington!

Another Public Art program is coming! Artist Lisa Hirmer will be putting together a number of installations as research into Burlington’s cultural nodes. Cultural nodes are places where people can share

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‘Appy Thursday Burlington!

So the City of Burlington has released a mobile app. There have been rumblings about it for some time. Jeff Crowder, Communications Advisor to the city comments in a recent news release on the results

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More Questions than Answers for Central High School

There seems to be a never ending stream of questions coming out of the Halton School Board’s accommodation review. Families from all schools affected have been very vocal in their criticism and concern.

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20 Ways to Spend Family Day

Family is a great opportunity to get out and enjoy some amazing things happening in and around Burlington. Here’s a few ideas to help you make the most of your Family Day! 1.All day Public skate

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Proposed School Closures Create Conflict and Conversation

Two Burlington High Schools face the possibility of closure. Lester B Pearson High School and Central High School have, due to declining attendance been recommended for closure.  While nothing is set

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Wooden Wonders: Rustic Designs by Rich

Sometimes in life you just have to take the risk.  That’s a big part of small business, people making that move into being self-employed.  A lot goes into that decision, and it could come at any time. Such

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Burlington looks to expand Blue W program

***Feature Image is courtesy of bluew.org*** Healthy Kids Burlington wants you to fill up on the go! As part of the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care’s plan to improve physical activity and healthy

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Paradiso: Burlington Foodie Staple

Paradiso in an upscale Mediterranean eatery with classical roots; located on the corner of Pine and Martha in the heart of downtown Burlington this eatery has become a foodie staple. Having undergone a

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State of the City Address 2017

Entrepreneurship and growth were topics of note in the Mayor’s State of the City Address last week. Nearly 400 people packed into the Burlington Convention Centre to hear Mayor Rick Goldring set his

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One Liver Two Ladies – Happy 3 Year Liver Transplant!

Happy 3 Year Liver-Versary ladies! – This video is for you to remember your journey. January 29th 2014 a very special day for these two ladies: Alita Malinowski and Sarah Gorsline Crowe Crowe. Alita,

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A Bigger, Better Beer Fest?

This weekend was the fourth Annual Burlington Craft Beer Festival.  Some of the best and brightest in craft brewing took over the Holiday Inn Friday and Saturday. After the summer edition of Beer Fest

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Family Friendly Fun in February!

***Feature Image Courtesy of healthykidsburlon.ca*** Five family friendly fun things to do this February; say that ten times fast. Just a joke friends! But in all seriousness here’s five family friendly

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Taste of Burlington 2017

Burlington’s culinary tour de force kicked off in style Tuesday night. 375 hungry foodies poured into the beautiful Performing Arts Centre to celebrate the launch of Taste of Burlington 2017. Changing

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