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Where: 414 Locust Street‚ Suite 201
About: The Burlington Chamber of Commerce has been the voice of business in Burlington since 1947. Presently with over 1‚000 members‚ we advocate on behalf of […]
Where: 414 Locust Street‚ Unit Suite 203
About: The Burlington Economic Development Corporation (BEDC) promotes a prosperous community by facilitating opportunities for economic growth.
Where: 390 Brant Street
About: The Burlington Festivals & Events Office is a resource for events in Burlington. Our team delivers events all year long, liaises with event committees and reviews community delivered event applications. Please note: If you are interested in presenting an event in Burlington, event applications are due September 15th the year prior.
Where: 561 Brant Street, PO Box 85003
5. Halton Alive
Where: 760 Brant Street, Unit 45A
Phone: (905) 632-3232
About: Halton Alive is all about promoting a culture that values and respects human life. We use peaceful education to teach the Halton communities that every […]
Where: 460 Brant Street‚ Unit 21
About: “We help adults improve the literacy and numeracy skills they need to succeed.”
Where: 451 Elizabeth Street
About: The Navy League of Canada was established in 1895 to promote an interest in Maritime Affairs generally throughout Canada.Today, The Navy League of Canada has a presence in over 260 Canadian communities. Our youth programs benefit 15,000 young Canadians every year, and we continue to grow.
8. Summit House
Where: 760 Brant Street, Unit 405A
Phone: (905) 333-4814 ex. 11
About: Our services are based on a flexible, rehabilitative model of support and are tailored to meet the varied needs of the people we serve.
Where: 440 Locust Street
About: The Burlington Performing Arts Centre belongs to us all and will benefit us all. With your support our future stars now have a theatre to proudly call home.
Where: 471 Pearl Street
About: Building Rock Solid People. ROCK has been providing mental health services since 1974. We began as CATC Children’s Assessment and Treatment Services and merged with […]
Where: 414 Locust Street
About: Visit the Tourism Burlington Information Centre‚ located in beautiful Downtown Burlington just steps away from The Waterfront.
We would like to shine a spotlight on some new members to our downtown core that have joined us since March 2020.
@DTBurlingtonON Tonight’s delicious all veggie #takeouttohelpout was from Saigon on Brant in #BurlON. SO good (high… https://t.co/9gyiYDw08M
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