People & Events
After months of interviews and meetings, the Burlington Chamber of Commerce has announced the finalists for its 2015 Business Excellence Awards. More
Artist Joanna Turlej searches for the perfect piece of paper. Collage motivates her. After years of painting with watercolours and acrylics, she attended a workshop on collage in 2014 and hasn't looked back. More
As an advocate for literacy, Elaine Austin faces a daily conundrum. How do you reach your target audience without relying on the written word? By far, this is one of our biggest challenges. If you cannot read a flyer that is posted in the local library, arena, grocery store or hospital, there is no benefit to publishing one, says Austin, executive director of the Literacy Council of Burlington. Read More..
The Shaw Festival returns for it's 55th season of drama, comedy and downright entertainment. Read More..
Giving Made to Last: Community Foundations build legacies in our neighbourhoods Read More..
Oakville's St. Mildred's-Lightbourn School is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year. Read More..
Canadian company Beekeeper's Naturals know that beekeepers are good for more than just honey. Read More..
Get out there and stay active this winter with an Ontario Parks Winter Vehicle Permit. Read More..
The nationwide expansion of Waxon Waxbar has reached the GTA with the opening of a new location this past December in Burlington and an upcoming opening in Oakville this March. Read More..
Born out of the combined passions of husband and wife duo Narae Kim and Elie Nehmé, Oakville-based Artifact Skin Co. uses forgotten cultural skincare traditions to create a line of natural products that you can feel good about putting on your skin. Read More..
This year the May Court Club of Oakville celebrates its 60th anniversary. Read More..
The RBC Skate in the Square is back for another year in downtown Oakville's Towne Square. Read More..
Rewind the clock back to 1992 and Blue Jays fever gripped the country like a snapback cap one size too small. Yet in the midst of Jays mania there was also another craze sweeping the nation: home brewed beer. Read More..
After receiving an Ontario Trillium Foundation grant, Burl-Oak Theatre Group contacted Chantal Forde. They wanted to put on a family friendly show, a pantomime and asked if I'd be interested, explains Forde, director and co-writer of this year's performance: Snow White: A Holiday Pantomime. Read More..
Don Pangman believes there's a Pablo Picasso or Ginger Rogers waiting to emerge in every one of ArtHouse's students. And he'll be damned to ever let a lack of money get in the way of the world meeting the next great painter, dancer, or actor. Read More..
Interested in separating fact from fiction? If so, you won't want to miss a live presentation of the popular television program MythBusters when it comes to Hamilton Place on November 26. The live show features the program's two hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman debunking or confirming urban myths, popular beliefs and internet rumours with on-stage experiments, audience participation and videos. Those who attend can also expect behind-the-scene stories from the show's 13-season history. Tickets cost $45 to $85 and can be purchased through Ticketmaster. Read More..