A Burlington man has been killed at a motorsports park in southwestern Ontario.
In news that won't surprise you (but will still bum you out), it has just been announced that a beloved local Christmas market will not take shape this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
The City of Burlington says an application to open a new cannabis store falls short of guidelines set by council. 
Ontario is reporting 365 new cases of COVID-19 today, along with one new death linked to the novel coronavirus.
One of the founders of the Burlington Post newspaper 55 years ago this month has died.Roy Singleton died at his home in Brighton, Ontario on Sept. 14. He was 81.
A Burlington man has been killed at a motorsports park in southwestern Ontario.
In news that won't surprise you (but will still bum you out), it has just been announced that a beloved local Christmas market will not take shape this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
The City of Burlington says an application to open a new cannabis store falls short of guidelines set by council. 
If the fact that the pandemic is now approaching six months has you extra stressed, and you’d rather be sipping a cold drink on a hot beach instead, you’re in luck—there are plenty of travel deals
Now that the Province is committed to having students return to schools, you might be looking for one more family outing before the end of the summer (or the longest-ever March break).
While there’s not much travelling happening right now, we don’t blame you if you’re already making travel plans for the future.
While there are some travel restrictions in place around the country, there are also plenty of places to see for those yearning to get out and explore.
Lay's is no stranger to putting out rare and unique chip flavours, and this one will undoubtedly be a big hit with Canadians who love Swiss Chalet.
TORONTO -- Popeyes' much-hyped chicken sandwich will go on sale Canada-wide on Monday, after trial launches in Edmonton and southern Ontario earlier this year.
Even with a restaurant scene as big and varied as ours, Mississauga's premier shopping centre is giving residents even more of a chance to discover great restaurants and food concepts that they've
It seems ever year coffee chains that sell pumpkin spice beverages bring them back earlier than the year before.
Lovers of Pakistani street food and traditional Karahi’s may find that the current offerings are, unfortunately, few and far between.Thankfully, that’s about to change.
One of the great things about an expanding population (minus the lack of parking) is the fact there are always plenty of excellent new restaurants opening up shop.
Another cannabis store could be coming to Burlington.
We have some good news and some slightly (but not really) bad news.One of Mississauga’s most beloved pizza joints, Mickey’s Pizza, appears to be leaving Mississauga.
The Halton Regional Police Service said it was made aware of a social media video which depicted two males throwing objects at passing vehicles on the eastbound QEW in Burlington.
In case you don’t get to see the Snowbirds in person today, this video should come pretty close to the full experience.
For the third week in a row, Halton police, paramedics, and Burlington Fire blasted their sirens and flashed their lights at Joseph Brant Hospital to signal gratitude to all healthcare workers duri
The last days of 2019 were somewhat eventful at Pearson Airport in Mississauga, as video has emerged of two planes clipping one another.
If you've been wondering why so many places are now offering low- and non-alcoholic beer on their menus, the answer is millennials.
Burlington's newly renovated Angela Coughlan Pool is set to re-open next week with free swims in the works.
The Ontario Medical Association (OMA) is urging Ontarians to be vigilant when it comes to following public health measures including keeping their social circle small to help prevent the spread of
The Drive-In Drag Show arrives in Oakville on Thursday (Sept. 17).
OTTAWA -- As Canadians continue to work and study from home this fall in anticipation of a second wave of COVID-19, furniture stores are running low on desks and chairs and other supplies for home o
The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed appeals by Canada's largest telephone and cable companies, handing an interim victory to the country's independent internet providers.
Tech giant Amazon announced on Wednesday (Sept.
Now that most provinces have entered Stage 3, many more businesses have been permitted to reopen. However, not all have.
Experts are warning prospective home buyers and sellers not to be fooled by recent trends, which have seen average prices climb during the summer months.
This Place: Custom built executive home with top of the line finishesPrice: $3,995,000
In the wake of the pandemic, many Canadians are looking to move away from the city in favour of the country.
If you've ever tried selling your home before, you know just how daunting it can be to find the real estate brokerage that'll work best for you and save you as much money as possible in the process
Now that summer is wrapping up, you might be looking ahead to the coming winter months. If you’re dreading the coming cold and snow, we’ve got you covered.
If you find auto insurance confusing, you're not alone.
A pair of road closures are in effect in Burlington this weekend for construction.The reason for the construction is the asphalt--it needs to be removed and replaced.
Metrolinx is working to prevent the transmission of COVID-19 aboard trains and buses.