City of Burlington Community Calendar


May 01

Student Art Exchange

Display of art from students of Itabashi and local schools will be displayed at the Art Gallery of Burlington.


May 25

Lap Swim Aldershot Pool

Slow, Medium and fast lanes are set up, providing an excellent opportunity to practice swimming strokes, and build endurance towards your fitness goals. The lane selection will depend on your swimming ability and the pace compared to the pace if the other swimmers in the lane. Always start in the shallow end, taking a moment to observe the pace of the swimmers before choosing your lane. Please check with the lifeguards for any assistance. You may be asked to move lanes depending on how the swim progresses to keep everyone safe. You may want to change lanes for cool down and slower resting strokes


May 25

Lap Swim Tansley Woods Pool

Slow, Medium and fast lanes are set up, providing an excellent opportunity to practice swimming strokes, and build endurance towards your fitness goals. The lane selection will depend on your swimming ability and the pace compared to the pace if the other swimmers in the lane. Always start in the shallow end, taking a moment to observe the pace of the swimmers before choosing your lane. Please check with the lifeguards for any assistance. You may be asked to move lanes depending on how the swim progresses to keep everyone safe. You may want to change lanes for cool down and slower resting strokes


May 25

Burlington Blood Donor Clinic - Donors Needed

50 Blood Donors needed every Friday in Burlington!

Please roll ** **** *leeves and help the cancer patients, car crash victims and countless others who need blood. #itsinyoutogive

Visit blood.ca for more information or to book your appointment.

Contact Kristen.beneteau@blood.ca to book your group donation!



May 25

Walk/Tone/Stretch - Fridays (Spring 2018)

Aerobic walking and/or running around the gym using various arm movements and foot patterns followed by toning, relaxation, breathing and stretching exercises. This class is for all levels.


May 25

Adult 55+ Shinny

These sessions provide opportunities for hockey players of all abilities to benefit from drop-in, pick-up hockey on a first come, first served basis.

• Goalies play for free

Adult 55+ Shinny • limited to 30 players and 4 goalies, first come, first served

This takes place on Rink 2


May 25

Table Tennis 19+

A great opportunity to connect with friends new and old.  Pick up a racquet and get playing.  We know you'll love it.  Seniors' Centre member drop-in tickets can be used by members for this program.


May 25

Water Running Aldershot Pool

Water Running

This unstructured drop-in program allows participants to attach a float belt or resistance band and jog in the deep end. A great way to improve cardiovascular fitness without impact to joints. Beneficial for injury rehabilitation, pregnant women, sport recovery and older adults.





May 25

Pickleball - Outdoor Drop In 19+

This program allows for all levels to play together and join into the informal fun. There is NO INSTRUCTOR available at this time.

Outdoor nets will remain on the courts for pickle ball use from May 18 - October 16 2018.

Please abide by the rules of play posted on the tennis court entrance gates from May 18 - July 2

There will be permits in place for Pickleball play ONLY ( court #2) from 9-11am Tues /Thurs starting July 3 - Oct 16 2018.



This is played on the outdoor Tennis Court # 2



May 25

Swim Ability Tansley Woods

Leisure pool only 9-10am and whole pool 10-11am. This swim is perfect for seniors and persons with a disability to enjoy the benefits of swimming. Leisure pool is open 9-11am , Lap pool opens at 10am  and the warming pool is open 9-11am. The slide is not open for this swim.  Email the link on the right for any questions regarding pool space.


May 25

Shallow Aquafit

Designed for both swimmers and non-swimmers. This is an excellent workout for aerobic and muscular fitness without the risk that accompanies high impact. Participants will work at their own pace. Safe and effective exercise routines are presented in an easy to follow format with upbeat music.


May 25

Shallow Aquafit

Designed for both swimmers and non-swimmers. This is an excellent workout for aerobic and muscular fitness without the risk that accompanies high impact. Participants will work at their own pace. Safe and effective exercise routines are presented in an easy to follow format with upbeat music.


May 25

Deep Aquafit

Safe and effective exercise routines are presented in an easy to follow format with upbeat music. Participants are suspended in deep water. Aqua float belts are supplied.


May 25

Walk/Tone/Stretch


Aerobic Walking and/or running around the gym using various arm movements and foot patterns mixed in with some stationary cardiovascular exercises,  followed by toning, relaxation, breathing and stretching exercises.  All levels welcome.


May 25

Walk/Tone/Stretch - Fridays

Aerobic walking and/or running around the gym using various arm movements and foot patterns followed by toning, relaxation, breathing and stretching exercises. This class is for all levels.


May 25

Play Fit- Brant Hills

Drop-Into the gym to explore our toys and equipment. Enjoy the experience and enhance your child’s FUNdamental Movement Skills by trying our Physical Literacy Stations at your own pace. Come back week after week to enhance your child’s skills. Adult supervision required.



May 25

Play Fit- Haber

Drop-Into the gym to explore our toys and equipment. Enjoy the experience and enhance your child’s FUNdamental Movement Skills by trying our Physical Literacy Stations at your own pace. Come back week after week to enhance your child’s skills. Adult supervision required



May 25

Ontario Municipal Board meeting

This meeting is Coordinated by the OMB


May 26

St. Elizabeth's Anglican Church Annual Spring Market

St. Elizabeth's is holding its annual Spring Market. It features a variety of local vendors, a bake sale, BBQ and more. Come and join us!


May 26

2018 Hike for Carpenter Hospice

Check-in: 9:30 a.m. Hike Starts: 11:00 a.m. Sharp!
Lunch to follow completion of 4.7 km walk
Celebration of Life mural at half-way point on Carpenter Hospice property

Join us for a 4.7 km walk through the neighbourhood surrounding Carpenter Hospice. You can hike with us as an individual or as a member of a team.

We encourage you to create a team for the hike — with your family, friends, school, church, community group, or company. Each hiker, whether registered as an individual or as a member of a team, must individually register and commit to raising a minimum total pledge of $50. All proceeds go towards supporting Carpenter Hospice programs and services.



May 26

Shred Event

Crime Stoppers of Halton is pleased to announce the date for our Burlington Shred Event. Shred Events are fundraisers in support of the continued prog******* of Crime Stoppers in the Halton region. This year mark's our 30th Anniversary in Halton.

The public is invited to come and securely shred private documents in exchange for a cash donation to Crime Stoppers of Halton. Please note that tax receipts cannot be provided as there is an exchange of goods/service for the contribution.

May 26 - Burlington
M.M. Robinson High School
2425 Upper Middle Road
Burlington, ON
L7P 3N9

Please email us with any questions!


May 26

Touch-a-Truck

Touch-a-Truck is an annual event held by the City of Burlington during National Public Works Week. The event gives residents and their families an up-close look at a variety of city vehicles and recognizes Public Works employees for all of the work they do to help keep our community well maintained. Lots of activities, giveaways and opportunities for kids big and small.


May 26

Touch-A-Truck

Each year, Capital Works, Roads and Parks Maintenance (RPM) and Transit collaborate to promote National Public Works Week with a community event in the RPM parking lot. The event showcases city vehicles, staff and their contribution to the city.


May 27

Escape & Eat for MS

Canada has the highest rate of multiple sclerosis in the world - MS is Canada's disease.

On Sunday May 27th, join us at the Central Park Bandshell (behind the Music Centre) to learn more about MS while fundraising to support research and local programs and services that are offered to those living with MS and their families.

Join us for delicious food from local food trucks 50 Pesos, Salted Pig & Olympic Softee Ice Cream Truck, & test yourself in the Mission Possible portable escape room!

Special guests & vendors include Burlington Mayor Rick Goldring, Burlington Councillor Marianne Meed Ward, Melissa from iDream Travel, Burlington Able Sail, & Lindsay from doTERRA.

At 1:00pm, Marianne Meed Ward will address the audience, followed by Mayor Rick Goldring.

At 2:00pm, Melissa from iDream Travel will address guests to discuss accessible travel. Melissa's husband lives with MS and is familiar with the special requests and needs that those living with MS would prefer while travelling, including ensuring you have the appropriate travel insurance.

MC services are being donated by Hub of the Hammer Event Planning. There will also be music from Fresh 95.3's Street Team, children’s activities with 9Round Kickboxing Burlington & MS volunteers (arts & crafts), Burlington's antique fire truck, contests for kids & adults, & more!

Thank you to the businesses that have donated prizes for contests: Boston Pizza (Dundas St., Burlington), Burlington Bowl, Cine Starz (Brant St., Burlington) & Lazer Mania (Hamilton).

We look forward to seeing you there!


May 27

Halton-Peel OGS Genealogy Roadshow

Has your family tree got you stumped? Are you having difficulty deciding how to get started? Do you need pointers on the different software programs available? Drop in to our Roadshow and ask our experts for help with your family tree.

•Bring your questions and see if we can help – U.K.?, U.S.A.?, Ireland?, Quebec?, Ontario?, Halton-Peel?

•One-on-one consultations.

•Need help with your DNA tests or results?

•Learn how to look up your ancestors on Ancestry, Find My Past, MyHeritage, Scotland’s People, etc.

•Compare different family tree software programs.

Everyone is welcome!


May 27

THE HARLEQUIN SINGERS CONCERT FOR CHILDREN IN NEED ON MAY 27, 2018

For over 40 years THe Harlequin Singers have presented music from Broadway, films, and contemporary charts. Refreshments follow. Tickets are $20.00; a non-perishable food item is requested. Call 905-681-2816 or at the door. All proceeds go towards food and programs for children in Hamilton and Burlington, and suicide prevention for Indigenous youth.


May 28

Burlington Integrated Transportation Advisory Committee

The Integrated Transportation Advisory Committee (ITAC) is established as an advisory committee to Burlington City Council. This umbrella advisory committee will focus on all forms of transportation in the community including pedestrian, cycling, transit and driving. Provide comprehensive and coordinated input to Council and staff on policies, initiatives and strategies affecting transportation including but not limited to: road safety, cycling and transit services. Develop an annual workplan and communication plan and related budget that meet the mandate of the committee. Keep current on Council-approved policies that may impact the Committee. Provide comments on City of Burlington Master Plans pertaining to transportation/transit issues. Report through the Development and Infrastructure Committee to Council of an annual report. Provide strategic input and alignment of staff and Council on key projects.For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/ITAC

May 29

Burlington Cycling Advisory Committee

The role of the Cycling Advisory Committee is to assist, advise, recommend, and support Council in matters pertaining to cycling in the City of Burlington. If you have an idea, a concern or a question about cycling in Burlington, we would love to hear about it. The more feedback we receive as a committee, the better able we are to represent the needs and wants of the community to Council. Wherever possible we will answer all questions, and ensure all concerns are addressed to the appropriate city staff and council members. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/cycling

May 30

Public Statutory Meeting: Information Report for Proposed Development at 1160 King Rd

You are invited to attend a public statutory meeting to share your comments with Burlington City Council about the proposed development at 1160 King Rd.

The development application proposes a 55-unit industrial/office condominium..

The report being presented to Burlington City Council on May 30 is for information only, no recommendation regarding this application will be made.

A copy of the information report will be available for public review on May 23, 2018 and can be accessed:
  • at the City Clerk’s Department (City Hall, 426 Brant Street, Main Floor) from Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Speakers at this statutory public meeting are not required to register in advance, however, if you wish to arrange in advance to speak at the public meeting, please register online at www.burlington.ca/delegation or contact Jo-Anne Rudy, Committee Clerk at 905-335-7600, ext. 7413 or Jo-Anne.Rudy@burlington.ca. Speakers are limited to a maximum of 10 minutes each and are webcasted online.






Jun 01

40th Anniversary Opening Reception at the AGB

It's our 40th Anniversary! Join us June 1 from 6 to 9 pm and celebrate the opening of three new exhibitions.

Dialogue

This collaborative exhibition celebrates the 40th anniversary of the AGB and the 60th anniversary of the Burlington Handweavers and Spinners Guild. Members of the guild will present work inspired by pieces from the AGB's Permanent Collection. These two milestones will come together at the Table of Celebration Installation, where place settings collected throughout the years will be displayed with specially woven textiles by the guild.

The Koyanagi Family Donation

The AGB is proud to present The Koyanagi Family Donation in memory and honour of Burlingtonian James Koyanagi. Koyanagi, a Japanese Canadian resident of Burlington, lived for a decade in Tokyo during the 1960’s. Aware that modern technology was changing the traditional Japanese way of life, he began to collect the traditional ceramics made by village potters, known as Mingei pottery. In the process, he met and collected the work of the finest ceramists working in this tradition.

Pacific Overtures

Drawn from the Permanent Collection at the AGB, this exhibition looks at the effect that Japanese ceramics has had on Canadian Ceramics.



Jun 01

Burloak Relay For Life 2018

Relay For Life Burloak is a 12 hour festival-like fundraising event in support of the Canadian Cancer Society, where team members take turns walking around a track. On and off track, there is food and fun at Relay For Life - check out the entertainment, games and many activities, or relax at your team’s campsite! The centrepiece of our event is our moving and inspirational Luminary ceremony at dark, where we remember and honour those that have battled cancer.



Jun 02

4th Annual Document Shredding Event

Documents destroyed right before your eyes(old taxes, bank statements, cheque books, legal files, bills, credit card statements, invoices, investment records, etc.)

Personal or Business papers

A signed Certificate of Destruction can be issued as proof of secure destruction

A donation of $5 per grocery bag or $10 per banker’s box is suggested.

Tax receipts will be issued for donations over $20



Jun 02

100in1day Burlington Self Guided Scavenger Hunt

Stop into the Visitor Centre to pick up your self guided Scavenger Hunt of downtown attractions.  Have your camera or cell phone ready to take images of your stops along the hunt.  Once you have completed the hunt return to the Visitor Centre for your gift bag full of Burlington souvenirs.  Great family activity which should only take about 30-45 minutes.  Enjoy!



Jun 02

Kitty-Paw-Looza

A Hamilton/Burlington SPCA fundraiser celebrating all thing* ***.

Come celebrate all thing* *** with fellow cat enthusiasts and cat lovers at THE most purr-fect fundraising event in Hamilton!

80 lucky guests will have the chance to purr-chase a VIP pass, which will grant access to ALL of the following activities:

- Craft station where you can make a cardboard kitty bus for your cat and catnip toys
- "Ask the expert" learning sessions with Dr. Liz O'Brien, the visionary of the Cat Healthy Initiative, and Dr. Anne Marie Germaine from Royal Canin.
- Market place with 15 vendors and a cat kissing booth
- Photo station
- Meow-Mosa station
- Kid's activities, bouncy castle, face painting & colouring station


On top of these activities, your VIP pass will give you access to one of the four YOGA WITH CATS classes, hosted by Moksha Yoga. There will be 20 tickets available per class, classes are scheduled for:

- 10:30 am

- 12:00 pm

- 1:30 pm

- 3:00 pm

Tickets for each class will be sold on a first come, first serve basis.



Jun 04

Special Meeting of Council - Immediately following the afternoon session of the Committee of the Whole meeting

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Scheduled as required, Special Meetings of Council are not scheduled in accordance with the approved calendar of meetings for the year. These meetings are held to deal with time sensitive or emergency situations. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7698.

Jun 04

Committee of the Whole

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Scheduled Mondays at 1:00 p.m. and/or 6:30 p.m. (if required), Committee of the Whole reports to Council on matters under the jurisdiction of the Burlington Fire, Burlington Transit, capital works, city manager’s office, clerks, finance, legal, human resources, information technology services, parks and recreation, roads, parks and forestry department and the current and capital budgets. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7698.

Jun 05

Public Meeting: Recommendation Report for Proposed Development at 2477 Queensway

You are invited to attend a public meeting to share your comments with Burlington City Council regarding a proposed development at 2477 Queensway.

The development application proposes the construction of a four-storey building to be used as a day care, in addition to an existing heritage building.

Burlington City staff have reviewed the application along with the comments received from the public and technical agencies to date and will be recommending modified approval of the application. The modification is a request for a higher parking requirement.

A copy of the staff report being presented at the June 5 meeting will be available by May 25, 2018 and can be accessed:

  • at the City Clerk’s Department (City Hall, 426 Brant Street, Main Floor) from Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Speakers at this statutory public meeting are not required to register in advance, however, if you wish to arrange in advance to speak at the public meeting, please register online at www.burlington.ca/delegation or contact Jo-Anne Rudy, Committee Clerk at 905-335-7600, ext. 7413 or Jo-Anne.Rudy@burlington.ca. Speakers are limited to a maximum of 10 minutes each and are webcasted online.





Jun 05

Planning and Development Committee

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Scheduled Tuesdays at 1 p.m. and/or 6:30 p.m. (if required), Planning and Development Committee reports to Council on matters under the jurisdiction of the department of City Building - Planning Building and Culture and the transportation services department. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7698.

Jun 05

Public Meeting - Planning Application for 5209 Stonehaven Drive

Public Meeting - Planning Application for 5209 Stonehaven Drive

The public is invited to attend this public meeting to consider the recommendation report concerning 5209 Stonehaven Drive planning application.

The purpose of these applications is to change the zoning for the properties located at 5209 Stonehaven Drive; and to create 10 single detached lots, one block for street townhouses and an extension of Bird Blvd.   

For more information, visit www.burlington.ca/Stonehaven



Jun 05

Public Statutory Meeting: Information Report for Development Application at 4880 Valera Rd.

You are invited to attend a public statutory meeting to share your comments with Burlington City Council about a proposed development at 4880 Valera Rd.

The development application proposes:

  • a mixed-use building with one eight storey and one 10 storey tower with one commercial unit on the ground floor and residential units on the remainder of the ground floor and above
  • 70 townhouse units, both standard and back to back.
The report being presented to Burlington City Council on June 5 is for information only, no recommendation regarding this application will be made.

A copy of the information report will be available for public review on May 25, 2018 and can be accessed:
  • at the City Clerk’s Department (City Hall, 426 Brant Street, Main Floor) from Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Speakers at this statutory public meeting are not required to register in advance, however, if you wish to arrange in advance to speak at the public meeting, please register online at www.burlington.ca/delegation or contact Jo-Anne Rudy, Committee Clerk at 905-335-7600, ext. 7413 or Jo-Anne.Rudy@burlington.ca. Speakers are limited to a maximum of 10 minutes each and are webcasted online.






Jun 06

Burlington Mundialization Committee

The Burlington Mundialization Committee is a citizen committee reporting to Council through the Committee of the Whole. In 1984, a Mundialization Committee of volunteer citizens was formed in Burlington to pursue twinning with another country. A by-law was passed in 1985 to declare Burlington a "World Community" dedicated to international co-operation (mundialization) and that the City of Burlington, as part of its Mundialization program, proceed: (a) to undertake a twinning program with a municipality in another country, and (b) to fly the United Nations flag with the Canadian flag from City Hall at all times. On May 12, 1989, Mayor Bird signed a twinning agreement with Mayor Kurihara of Itabashi, Japan. On May 6, 2005, Mayor Mac Issac signed a twinning agreement with Mayor de Graaf of Apeldoorn, the Netherlands. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/mund

Jun 07

Committee of the Whole - Workshop

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Scheduled Thursdays at 1:00 p.m., Committee of the Whole -Workshop meets when time is required for committee training, discussions with other levels of government and outside agencies, workshops on complex matters, strategic planning or consideration of additional matters that were not able to be handled on the agenda times for the other standing committees. This generally includes items/matters that are consent, routing or administrative where no delegations are anticipated and/or scheduled by the Clerk. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7698.

Jun 11

Burlington Seniors' Advisory Committee

The Burlington Seniors' Advisory Committee is a citizen committee reporting to Council through the Committee of the Whole. Represent Burlington seniors' perspectives on municipal and other key seniors' issues, for example: transportation, isolation, affordability, parks and recreation services, geographical service delivery. Provide a voice for Burlington seniors, exchanging information about current issues and emerging concerns. Provide input to city staff as requested and to the Halton Region's Older Adult Advisory Committee (OAAC) on an ongoing basis. Respond to seniors' community needs. Create and execute an annual work plan, which may include: hosting seniors' discussion forums, support strategic planning for development of local seniors' services, public information. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/bsac

Jun 11

Public Meeting: Recommendation Report for Tremaine Road and Dundas Street Secondary Plan

You are invited to attend a public meeting to share your comments with Burlington City Council regarding an Official Plan amendment for the Tremaine Road and Dundas Street secondary plan. Working in collaboration with Halton Region, Halton Region Conservation Authority and the Town of Oakville, city staff will be recommending approval of an Official Plan amendment to change the current designation from “Land Use Designation to be Determined” and “Greenlands” to:

  • “Business Corridor” and “Mixed-Use Corridor-Employment” uses along Tremaine Road
  • “Business Corridor” and “Mixed Use Corridor-General” uses along Dundas Street
  • “Residential- Medium Density” uses, “Greenlands” and “Major Parks and Open Space” uses for the remainder of the lands.

The proposed change includes approximately 67 hectares of developable land located at the northwest corner of Tremaine Road and Dundas Street.

A copy of the proposed Secondary Plan and Official Plan amendment will be available for public review on May 22, 2018 and can be accessed:

  • at the City Clerk’s Department (City Hall, 426 Brant Street, Main Floor) from Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
  • Online at: https://www.burlington.ca/en/services-for-you/Evergreen-Secondary-Plan-Study.asp

Speakers at this statutory public meeting are not required to register in advance, however, if you wish to arrange in advance to speak at the public meeting, please register online at www.burlington.ca/delegation or contact Jo-Anne Rudy, Committee Clerk at 905-335-7600, ext. 7413 or Jo-Anne.Rudy@burlington.ca. Speakers are limited to a maximum of 10 minutes each and are webcasted online.




Jun 11

Public Statutory Meeting: Information Report for Development Application at 53-71 Plains Rd E. & 1025 Cooke Blvd.

You are invited to attend a public statutory meeting to share your comments with Burlington City Council about the proposed development at 53-71 Plains Rd E. and 1025 Cooke Blvd.

The development application proposes two mixed-use buildings of 10 and 12 storeys with 450 residential units and retail and service commercial uses at ground level.

The report being presented to Burlington City Council on June 11 is for information only, no recommendation regarding this application will be made.

A copy of the information report will be available for public review on June 1, 2018 and can be accessed:
  • at the City Clerk’s Department (City Hall, 426 Brant Street, Main Floor) from Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Speakers at this statutory public meeting are not required to register in advance, however, if you wish to arrange in advance to speak at the public meeting, please register online at www.burlington.ca/delegation or contact Jo-Anne Rudy, Committee Clerk at 905-335-7600, ext. 7413 or Jo-Anne.Rudy@burlington.ca. Speakers are limited to a maximum of 10 minutes each and are webcasted online.





Jun 11

Planning and Development Committee - Public

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Scheduled Monday, or Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. as required, the Planning and Development Committee - Public Meetings reports to Council on matters under the jurisdiction of the Department of City Building - Planning Building and Culture. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7698.

Jun 12

Heritage Burlington Advisory Committee

Heritage Burlington Advisory Committee is a citizen committee reporting to Council through the Planning and Development Committee. The mandate of the committee is twofold: To provide advice to the Development and Infrastructure Committee and Council on issues related to the conservation of Burlington's cultural heritage and to promote the conservation of Burlington's cultural heritage. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/heritageburlington

Jun 14

Audit Committee

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Scheduled Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m., Audit Committee meets to study and report to Council on; matters relating to financial reporting, accounting policies and practices, risk management and internal control processes and systems, the annual financial statements, all external and internal audit matters, including selection of the external auditor, the annual audit of the city's financial statements and matters recommended by the external auditor and the internal auditor. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7698.

Jun 14

Burlington Accessiblity Advisory Committee

Established in 1994, the Burlington Accessibility Advisory Committee (BAAC) is a citizen committee reporting to Council through the Committee of the Whole. The BAAC provides advice on the identification, removal and prevention of barriers to people with disabilities in the municipality's by-laws, policies, programs and services. The BAAC works in partnership with the City to create the Multi-Year Corporate Accessibility Plan and advises the City on accessibility issues, not only to help remove existing barriers but also to prevent new barriers from being created. It provides input to staff and Council about matters of accessibility. All site plans submitted to the City, including those of the private sector, are reviewed by the BAAC to make sure accessibility is considered before a building is constructed or modified. Members are available to speak to your organization about accessibility, welcoming people with disabilities into your workplace or business, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and its regulations. The Committee is a requirement by law through the Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2001 and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/accessibility

Jun 15

Burlington Inclusivity Advisory Committee

The Burlington Inclusivity Advisory Committee is a citizen committee reporting to Council through the Committee of the Whole. The committee provides a monitoring and measuring role to help ensure that the City applies an inclusion lens to its policies, services and programs. Our mission is to embrace diversity by providing opportunities for all members of the community that reflect the ideals of acceptance, accommodation and respect. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/inclusivity

Jun 18

Regular Meeting of Council

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Scheduled Mondays at 6:30 p.m., Council meetings are where the final approval takes place of items that went to the meetings of the Committee of the Whole, Planning and Development and Audit Committee. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7698. Note: Special meetings of Council may be scheduled as required.


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