Affordable Housing This is a huge challenge. I stand for changing by-laws to allow multi-plexes congruent to existing neighbourhoods would allow more options for seniors and families to stay together and give lower income families more flexibility. I would prefer to see integration of low-income housing,...

Good flow, high speeds.  Bad flow, high congestion.  Not a fan of grid lock but cars flying by at no less than 70kph in a 40 zone is NOT safe.  People are all in a hurry - to get to the next appointment, to get...

Engaged City of Burlington Ward Debates Chaired by Mark Carr This is your opportunity to listen to and to ask questions of the candidates running in your ward. Date: October 4, 2018 Time:  7-9 p.m. Location: East Plains United Church, 375 Plains Road East. for more information visit http://engagedburlington.ca/ward-debates/...

This quiet area, formerly part of Ward 2, understandably, has some residents identifying with the hottest issues of downtown Burlington; high rise heights, parking, local businesses and traffic congestion.  While Maple Avenue traffic hums, the traffic clog on Lakeshore, especially at higher peak times and...

The dance on these issues continues… In Havendale, the intensification and growth are inevitable, and the zoning allows for multi-unit growth, but the numbers are still overly intensified for the Havendale group of concerned residents and this candidate. While awaiting staff and developer response to last...

The Greenbelt, rightfully, preserves our greenspaces in and around the escarpment.  Stewardship of our beautiful geographical region is imperative.  The “north” has felt a little left out of getting proper attention to where they live. Right now, some residents are questioning if they have the collective...

A direction. A plan. A beachfront that will entice and shine. I was one of the lucky kids who rode the rides at the beach strip. We’ve seen the challenges of past decades where the future was uncertain, and the bumps of progress were tough...

Change. Rejuvenation. Modernization. Is this good news or bad news? Intensification is the driver of debate for Aldershot, including will it be able to meet family and seniors’ needs. Will we have the infrastructure? And – what we are going to do with the traffic?...