Week of April 21, 1914
• Crystal Theatre re-opens for the summer season.
• C. F. Coleman advertises choice building lot on Hurd Avenue measuring 35 x166 for sale at $450.
• Mass appeal goes out to residents to paint and fix up their property, and to rake rubbish into a pile to burn it – “making sure you don’t burn your house down.”
• Chu Bros. set up a laundry business in a garage located on Brant Street.
• Over-crowding is reported in the kindergarten room forcing the teacher to arrange different hours for the various classes.
Week of April 21, 1964
• Construction of the clubhouse for the Tyandaga Golf and Country Club is now under way.
• Politicians move to ban truck traffic from Beach Boulevard.
• T. Eaton Company expresses interest in joining with Dominion Store and Robinson’s as key tenants of a major new shopping centre on Guelph Line.
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From the Gazette
We travel back 100 years ago to see what the Burlington Gazette was reporting in its news pages, and then look at the news from 50 years ago, from more recent memory.