Bowling for Tyler
Burlington's Tyler Backus, 4, participates in conductive education therapy with therapist Sophie Loszmann. A May 4 bowling fundraiser will help fund...
Apr 18, 2015 | Add Comment | Burlington Post

Burlington family saving up for surgery not covered by OHIP

Melanie Cummings Special to Burlington Post

With swimming, horseback riding and therapy class it’s a wonder Tyler Backus manages to wedge school...

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Nissan extends Canada’s best commercial van warranty to complete NV lineup

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A St. Mary's High School student is facing suspension for videos he made which Catholic educators say harm the "moral tone" of the school. The student and his mother disagree. Who do you think is right?