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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.
CHCH: Adjusting to the new normal in Burlington
Tim Bolen ventured downtown Burlington to visit our businesses and see the rules they have in place for keeping people safe.
Just attended my first funeral during the #COVID19 pandemic. Big shout out to @SmithsFuneral for a job done safely… https://t.co/6K33pyg0Et
Oct 21, 2020
Jess Zawadowicz, owner and personal trainer at Bar None Fitness Studio, was featured in the latest @LookLocalOakBur… https://t.co/woJM06d79i
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