Burlington is fantastic - urban, rural, waterfront, a beautiful downtown and much, much more. It's a great place to live, work and raise a family. Our city has it all....Read More
At the beginning of this term of council, the relationship between the city and owners of heritage properties was in tatters. Downtown residents had just gone through a bruising debate over a proposed Heritage Conservation District in the St. Luke’s neighbourhood...Read More
Son of a Peach serves up hand-forged pizza using time-honored preparation and techniques, while showcasing only the finest, simple farm to table ingredients. Meet Kim and Bart who describe why they located in downtown Burlington, Bart's favourite pizza and the meaning behind the name - Son of a Peach....Read More
The Brant Street Butcher is opening- offering fresh, local food: meat, produce, dairy. The owner, Ellen McWhinnie has created the store that is based on her philosophy of supporting local - the local economy & farmers. She believes the Brant Street Butcher fills a gap and is essential for our downtown....Read More
Shaun Pennell of Burlington Hive describes how our downtown offers great amenities, with the energy that's helping his company attract entrepreneurs and startups....Read More
We live in a great city and must take care to keep what is great as we grow and change. We must protect what residents value and what makes them want to live here in the first place. We do that when City Hall works with residents, putting the needs of residents first.
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[vc_video link='https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SW57B02MXrk'] [caption id="attachment_4597" align="alignright" width="300"] Video: talking arts & culture with Selina[/caption] Great things are happening in arts and culture in Burlington, and people like Selina Eckersall-McCall, founder of No Vacancy and our Arts Person of the Year for 2013, are making them happen. Watch my video interview with Selina as she explains her dream for arts and culture in Burlington, and the vision behind Cirque, a "contemporary art spectacular", Fri. Sept. 19, 7pm-2am, in Village Square, downtown Burlington. Thirty contemporary artists will transform a variety of spaces inside the charming Village Square into a walking multi-artist exhibition, with performance and street art,...Read More