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Heat Warning Issued Sunday, June 17th

Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for Sunday, June 17th, and Monday, June 18th, due to high humidex expected for both days. If you are going to be outside Today it is recommended that you take frequent breaks for

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9 things to do in Halton this week

1. Oakville Arts Studio is hosting its opening night of the 9th Anniversary Art Exhibit on June 7 from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. Students within Oakville Arts Studio, from toddlers to seniors, created all of the artwork; there will

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Environment Canada Special Weather Statement Heat Event May 28

Environment Canada has issued another Special Weather Statement for stretches of Southern Ontario, yesterday it was air quality, Today it is a heat event.   The affected areas include; Burlington – Oakville Halton Hills – Milton Mississauga – Brampton City

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A Huge Artisan Market is Coming to Burlington

This obviously means you can get a head start on those autumn birthdays and/or Christmas shopping. The Burlington Made Marketplace is pegged to be the place to shop local. And eat, too – -gourmet food trucks (and more importantly, wine)

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Two Unique Festivals are Taking Place in Burlington

Summer is almost here and you know what that means, Burlington: festivals galore. And there’s two. A pair of events are planned for Saturday, May 5 to celebrate spring and Burlington’s twin cities, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands and Itabashi, Japan. The

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Environment Canada Freezing Rain And Rainfall Warning

Environment Canada has continued the Freezing Rain Warning for Today and issued a Rainfall Warning for Tonight for the Halton – Peel, Hamilton, Waterloo – Wellington, Huron – Perth, London – Middlesex, Oxford – Brant, Simcoe – Delhi – Norfolk,

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124th Annual Around The Bay Road Race

The 124th Around the Bay Road Race is taking place Today, March 25th, until 2pm with plenty of runners going around the 30k and 5k events there will be plenty of road closures to accommodate their path; including some on/off

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Free Portuguese Chicken Coming to Oakville and Burlington For One Day Only

Have you ever had an unstoppable hankering for Portuguese chicken? What about free Portuguese chicken? If you’re in the mood for one of the world’s most popular dishes and you’re on a budget, you might be very happy to hear

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Crossing Guard Week

They help ensure the safety of Burlington’s little ones during their travels to and from school and this week, residents can say how much they appreciate their local crossing guards. School Crossing Guard Awareness Week is March 19-23 and the

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Burlington Road Closures Today Mar 4

The Burlington Chilly Half Marathon and Frosty 5K are being run Today and that means road closures until 3 pm. The races begin at 10:05 this morning and will continue into the afternoon with awards ceremonies scheduled for 11:30 am

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Burlington’s Own Winterlicious is Here

While almost everyone knows Winterlicious just wrapped up another year in Toronto, they should also be aware they don’t have to travel too far east to enjoy a special prix-fixe menu celebration. Taste of Burlington 2018 is scheduled to run

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Rats!? Toronto Tops The List. Hamilton And Burlington Also Make The List

Orkin, the pest control company has come up with their annual list of Rattiest cities in Ontario. Some may be surprising some may not. Toronto tops the list once again. See the top ten and see a link from Halton

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Freezing Rain Warning In Effect February 11

A Freezing Rain Warning has been issued for most of Southern Ontario, from Windsor to Prescott, as a bit of snow fall is expected to turn into freezing rain or ice pellets with the rising temperatures and this could cause

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Family Literacy Day Events

This weekend marks Family Literacy Day, it is happening Today, January 27th and many libraries are holding special events Today and Tomorrow to help spread the joy of reading to the whole family. It was created by ABC Life Literacy

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What’s Open And Closed New Year’s Day

As with every holiday there are certain things you need to know about what will be open and what will be closed. With that in mind here is a list of some of the things that will be open and

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