Organizations & Associations

414 Locust Street‚ Suite 201, Burlington, ON

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 local business and provide valuable networking opportunities to help your business grow and prosper.

414 Locust Street‚ Unit Suite 203, Burlington, ON

The Burlington Economic Development Corporation (BEDC) is a non-profit, private-public partnership that promotes economic development on behalf of the City of Burlington. Through a focus on partnerships, economic development expertise, and a long-standing corporate care program, BEDC is focused on creating a positive business environment that encourages new investment, supports local businesses, and facilitates opportunities for local growth and prosperity. BEDC is the first point of contact for companies looking to locate, start-up or expand in Burlington.

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905-335-7766: Events Hotline

Mailing address: City Hall, Parks & Recreation, 426 Brant Street P.O. Box 5013 Burlington Ontario L7R 3Z6 905-335-7600

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.

Get involved today: Sponsor, Volunteer, Participate, Attend.

561 Brant Street, PO Box 85003, Burlington, ON
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760 Brant Street, Unit 45A, Burlington, ON

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 life has value from the unborn to the elderly. We are available to help people choose life. Whether it’s a woman needing help to give her unborn child life or a family looking to support their aging parents, we are here. Please look through our website to read more about how we do this and get involved.

760 Brant Street, Burlington, ON, Canada

Our dedicated teams of experienced and passionate staff work hard to fulfill HMC’s mission to help newcomers settle and integrate into a welcoming and inclusive community. All of our services are available online including:

information, referral, orientation to Halton, Ontario and Canada,
English language classes (LINC),
employment supports and specialized supports for highly skilled immigrants,
adult, youth and senior groups and programs,
transitional housing,
crisis management (for newcomers only),
Career Accelerator Program (CAP) – for internationally trained health care professionals
interpretation and translation.

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460 Brant Street‚ Unit 21, Burlington, ON

Contact the Literacy South Halton today and open the door to your future.  Our door is OPEN to help adults improve their quality of life at home, work and in the community by developing their reading, writing, math and computer literacy skills.

Since 1980, The Literacy South Halton has helped over a 1,000 learners and provided over 50,000 volunteer hours. Literacy and essential skills are the skills we need to work, learn and live and are the foundation for acquiring all other skills.

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451 Elizabeth Street, Burlington, ON, Canada

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.

The modern Navy League focuses on three key programs:
Maritime Affairs
Royal Canadian Sea Cadets
Navy League Cadets

760 Brant Street, Unit 405A, Burlington, ON

Summit Housing & Outreach Programs, a non-profit charitable organization, provides supportive housing and outreach case management services throughout Halton for people diagnosed with a serious mental illness.

Our services are based on a flexible, rehabilitative model of support and are tailored to meet the varied needs of the people we serve.

440 Locust Street, Burlington, ON, Canada

Set your scene at The Burlington Performing Arts Centre – just steps from Lake Ontario on Burlington’s beautiful waterfront.

The Burlington Performing Arts Centre (BPAC) is a charitable, not-for-profit organization (Charitable Registration Number 82461 3020 RR0001). It is a vibrant, Gold LEED Certified venue, a presenter, a cultural developer, an educator and a community hub.
The facility features a 720-seat Main Stage; a 165-seat Community Studio Theatre; a bright and spacious Family Lobby and an outdoor Plaza. BPAC presents a diverse season of professional entertainment, featuring over 70 performances each year in every genre, as well an Education Series, festivals, workshops and community engagement events. BPAC is also a rental facility, working with local community groups, promoters, dance competitions, corporate events and more.
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471 Pearl Street, Burlington, ON, Canada

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 HASS Halton Adolescent Support Services in 2002. In 2006 we rebranded to become ROCK Reach Out Centre for Kids. In 2008 we were joined by The Burlington Family Resource Centre in order to provide OEYC and Early Years programming.
ROCK is accredited by the Canadian Centre for Accreditation.

View our services here. 

414 Locust Street, Burlington, ON, Canada

Visit the Tourism Burlington Information Centre‚ located in beautiful Downtown Burlington just steps away from The Waterfront. We are on Locust between Lakeshore and Elgin Streets‚ west side‚ in the same building as the parking garage. The Centre is open daily to help travelers enjoy their stay. Friendly travel counsellors can provide information on local and provincial attractions‚ accommodations‚ and events & activities close by.

There is also a wide selection of maps and souveniers. Learn about travel and activity opportunities throughout the region.

Burlington is located on the shores of Lake Ontario with the beautiful Niagara Escarpment as its backdrop. The city’s Waterfront Centre boasts enjoyment for the entire family, featuring a weather Observatory, Spencer’s Restaurant and The Bite Cafe, children’s playground, water jet plaza, and pond for model boats in summer and skating in winter. Burlington also hosts numerous festivals, including art markets at Burlington Art Centre, road races, Burlington’s Sound of Music Festival, Canada’s Largest Ribfest, the Lakeside Festival of Lights, and New Year’s Eve celebrations. The everyday in Burlington is also extraordinary; Experience unique dining, boutique shopping, and sidewalk cafes. For outdoor enthusiasts, the area offers scenic golf greens, hiking and biking trails, and the world-renowned Royal Botanical Gardens: a popular attraction for tours, meetings, and day trips. The city’s passion for the arts is exuded through numerous theatre performance groups, museums, and a first-class gallery, the Burlington Art Centre. Coming soon will be, The Burlington Performing Arts Centre at the corner of Locust and Elgin Streets.

Burlington is sure to enthrall families and individuals alike. Please come for a visit, whether you are from out of town, or a local resident looking to learn more about attractions, events, and amenities in your area.

You will be greeted with a smile!

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