2021 Plains Road East
Burlington , Ontario
Other Cities & Towns Served in addition to Burlington: Oakville, Milton, Halton Hills
Burlington Courthouse - Burlington Parking: Adequate parking if you come early
Burlington Courthouse Photocopying: None
Food in Burlington Courthouse - Burlington Courthouse: None in courthouse, but Tim Horton's next door. Other restaurants nearby.
Burlington Courthouse- Burlington Lawyers' Lounge: Coat rack only in duty counsel office.
Burlington Courthouse - Burlington Law Library: None
Burlington Courthouse - Burlington Court Internet Data Access: For Crowns and Judges, not for defence counsel.
Directions to Burlington Courthouse - Burlington Courthouse: QEW to Brant Street South, South to Plains Rd., Turn Left (East), Courthouse on North Side before railway bridge.
History of Courthouses in Burlington: -
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