Category Archives for Lifestyle

Art Attack

We’ve spoken to Public Art Coordinator Angela Paparizo several times over the years. Which there have been no complaints here over, as that means that Burlington’s Public Art program continues

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A new look for Nelson Pool

Things are going to look a little different at Nelson Pool in the coming months. After an inspection prior to opening in the summer of 2015 revealed the tank structure was corroded beyond repair, the future

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Halton Women’s Place: Giving a Voice to the Voiceless

Since 1980, Halton Women’s Place has been fighting domestic abuse through an amazing network of support. Counselors help women through what Head Fundraiser Carmella Bozzo says are “The most dangerous

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From MP to Minister: Karina Gould

**Feature Image Courtesy of kgould.liberal.ca ** Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s cabinet underwent a shuffle last week.  The move was in preparation for incoming US President Donald Trump.  One noteworthy

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Rolling Horse: Two Wheels and a Dream

What started as a few talented bike mechanics setting up small repair clinics throughout the community, has grown into a thriving shop providing bikes to those in need. Humble Beginnings Rolling Horse

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Lakeshore Coffee House – Stop in for a Cup!

I’m not going to try and make this a generation article about how we forgot to stop and take in what’s around us. Nope; it’s about a coffee house.  Not just any coffee house though.  Lakeshore

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The battle for Pearson rages on

The value of a school to its community is all too often understated. There is a palpable tension in Lester B Pearson High School community. Members of the Save LBPHS community group held their first public

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Conflict on the Water

From east to west, Burlington’s Waterfront has raised several issues of contention within the community.  Various groups have continued to butt heads on a number of issues regarding access, environmental

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Burloak Waterfront Park Master Plan

The City of Burlington has been pounding the pavement in order to improve existing green space in the city. Mayor Goldring has acknowledged that Burlington has grown out to the point of green space becoming

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The FROZEN GOOSE

** feature image c.MLH Productions ** The Canadian Mental Health Association defines Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as follows: Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental illness. It often involves

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Exciting times in Aldershot

There’s a fierce sense of community in the Village of Aldershot. “Anyone who comes from Aldershot will tell you they’re from Aldershot, not Burlington.” The words of Aldershot Business Improvement

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Make Winter Great Again

It only seems fitting that we write our first winter themed post the first day with snow in the forecast (Sunday)! While there’s nothing wrong with indoor living this winter, we encourage you to get

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Burlington in the palm of your hand

The City of Burlington may soon have its own unique smartphone app. In turning to the community, they hope to get an idea of what a practical app could look like. Kwab Ako-Adjei is the Senior Manager of

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