Last Few Tickets for "A Tale of Two Cities" at BPAC still available.

Demand for our event “A Tale of Two Cities” with Mayor Marianne Meed Ward and Mayor Rob Burton has been extraordinary. As of May 15th, there are about 4o tickets remaining out of 550. Don’t miss out on what promises to be a fascinating evening!

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Empowering Residents at City Hall

ECoB began to address what we felt was a City Hall that was ignoring residents on important issues, especially downtown development and the Official Plan, and to demand residents be heard. In October 2018 residents were heard loud and clear, but that is just the first step in Council, City Hall and Citizens building a better Burlington together.

ECoB News

ECoB Memberships Now Live

New for 2019 - ECoB is now accepting paid memberships of our organisation. Why join? It's simple. Joining ECoB allows you to be a full part of our organisation, be a part of Ward committees working to ensure residents' voices are always heard, stay informed of...

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ECoB launches new website

Engaged Citizens of Burlington (ECoB) is pleased to be able to launch a new website today, as part of a new chapter in its history, a year after it was initially founded. ECoB is currently seeking to broaden its base and establish committees in every Ward in...

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Report: Open House on 401-417 Martha St

Approximately 200 residents gathered at the Lion's Club last night to hear about the development proposal for 401-417 Martha Street. Landform Development Group (LDG), the developer also responsible for the Saxony development opposite Burlington Performing Arts Centre,...

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