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Residents can sign books of condolences for those who suffered Beirut and Paris attacks

book of condolencesCondolence books are available at Burlington’s City Hall for residents who would like to pay their respects to the victims of terrorist attacks last week in Beirut and Paris. The books are located in the main reception area of City Hall at 426 Brant St.

Those who are unable to visit City Hall in person may also send their condolences by email to communications@burlington.ca or to the city’s Facebook page.

Condolences will be collected until the end of day on Friday, Nov. 27, 2015.

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

A Better Burlington began in 2006 after my neighbours said they felt left out of city decisions, learning about them only after they’d been made.

As journalist for 22 years, I thought “I can do something about that” and a website and newsletter were born. They’ve taken various forms and names over the years, but the intent remains: To let you know what’s happening at City Hall before decisions are made, so you can influence outcomes for A Better Burlington.

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