Now that restrictions are starting to lift, and businesses are beginning to reopen, you might be feeling like things are getting back to normal.
If you're feeling stressed about your finances, you're not alone.A recent report from FP Canada has found that money is the greatest cause of stress for Canadians.
A recent report shows that Burlington real estate is on the move again following months of uncertainty due to COVID-19.
Burlington City Council has approved another extension for business owners and residents who still owe payments for their property taxes.
After three months of quarantine and physical distancing, Canadians have managed to flatten the COVID-19 curve and many Provinces have begun loosening restrictions.
Not even a global pandemic could cool Halton's white-hot housing market, as recent data suggests house prices are up 10 per cent year-over-year.
Three Burlington residents are celebrating Lotto wins this week. Tracy Rombout has won $100,000 with INSTANT BOOM MULTIPLIER. 
Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS) is investigating a shooting in Burlington. 
With all the stress associated with the pandemic coupled with the fact the weather is starting to improve, many people are itching to get away and recharge.
If you’ve found yourself feeling depressed every time you see a news update on your phone, you might feel like you need to get away and escape from the world for a few days.
Now that the weather is starting to warm up, and the Province is starting to reopen certain facilities and permit certain activities, you might be itching to get out and hit the links—especially i
Now that the weather is starting to get warmer, and the Province is starting to lift certain restrictions, you might be thinking about enjoying the fresh air.
One of Ontario’s fastest-growing retailers has opened its doors in Burlington.
Burlington residents are about to get hit with “a little bit of everything” as SCADDABUSH opens its doors Tuesday, Nov.
There are many things about Niagara Falls that make the city the ideal tourist destination, such as the falls themselves, the cheesy but fun Clifton Hill, the proximity to wine country and one very
A world-renowned French sporting goods retailer is coming to Mapleview in Burlington
When the COVID-19 crisis hit in mid-March, Ontario locked down and people who were looking to buy or sell a home opted to take a wait and see approach—but the nervousness didn't last for long.&nbs
Has the pandemic caused you to rethink your living situation? If the answer is 'yes,' you're not alone.
Several landlords are planning a protest regarding their inability to evict problem tenants.
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) is projecting that the demand for housing will continue to decline through 2020.