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Dundas, Clarenville advance to Allan Cup final
Top offences and goalies to battle for Canadian hockey championship today at 3 p.m..
Tories put brakes on Hamilton’s LRT dreams
Under a Progressive Conservative government Hamilton’s light-rail transit system would be scrapped and instead the Tories would build the Mid-Peninsula Highway from Fort Erie to at least Highway 6, said leader Tim Hudak.
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Sunday, April, 06, 2014 - 3:03:44 PM
Stoney Creek's King Street set for $6.5-million facelift in 2015 "Hope they will put in bicycle lanes from Centenial to Gray's road with turning lane in centre where there's space. Right now from Gray's to Applewood the sidewalk is right next to a lane of traffic where the speeds are usually in excess of 60 kph. A"
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Thursday, March, 27, 2014 - 2:02:58 PM
LETTER: Deja vu feeling about LRT "One can also remember the Electric Trolley BUS that ran in Hamilton but the City Fathers at that time did not want electric wires above the streets. This system worked great. They could get around accidents and even make detours with the help of a to"
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Monday, March, 24, 2014 - 1:01:56 PM
LETTER: Deja vu feeling about LRT "The LRT will operate with the traffic signals using transit priority pre-emption. Resident's of Hamilton should research how other municipalities in Southern Ontario are implementing the design and operation of the LRT prior to making false statement"
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Good Friday walk
Conversation Cafe Tuesday
The event is designed to engage residents in conversations with their elected officials
Flie photo by Mark Newman
Queen Street Hill closed Tuesday morning
Closed 10 a.m. until noon while city workers inspect after "minor" rock slide
Kenora earns semi-final berth versus Dundas
Bentley wins to set-up rematch with rival Clarenville Friday.
Hudak refuses to be silenced by premier's $2-million legal action
Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak remains undaunted by a $2-million legal action initiated by Premier Kathleen Wynne over comments Hudak and his party have made to tie the premier to the $1.1 billion gas plant scandal.
Arson not ruled out
Arson could not be ruled out as the possible cause of a fire that destroyed two Dundas businesses in November 2012.
Stoney Creek Avondale robbed at gunpoint
Suspect flees with contents of register; no one injured.
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St. Jean de Brebeuf Braves to play on new turf this fall
Dome idea on hold
Thunder tops defending champ Bentley
Defence key as Manitoba, Alberta reps head to Allan Cup quarterfinals.
Clarenville shuts down Brantford
Newfoundland team heads to Allan Cup semi-final, Blast play Thursday.
High school funding frees up $30M for other upgrades
Provincial funding for a new public high school on the south Mountain is freeing up $30 million to upgrade other Hamilton high schools, starting with new science labs and tech shops.
Christie Lake pine plantation to get ‘selective thinning’
The Hamilton Conservation Authority is planning a “selective thinning” of Christie Lake’s pine plantation to take advantage of a tax break and encourage the hardwood forest that once stood there to grow back.
Binbrook resident now sole candidate for Stoney Creek trustee
Greg Sinasac says he’s jumped into the race for Stoney Creek public school trustee because he doesn’t like the way things are going.
Hamilton bids to host women’s world hockey
As Stoney Creek is preparing to host the Esso Cup later this April,Hamiltonpoliticians want to the city to bid on preparing for a world female hockey championship event.
Hamilton city hall getting an accessibility facelift
Over five years after Hamilton City Hall was renovated, politicians agreed this week to spend another $350,000 to make the facility accessible as required under the province’s Accessibility for Ontario with Disabilities Act and to meet the city’s own barrier-free guidelines.
Highway 403 ramp costs less
The estimated cost of $5 million to build a new west-bound ramp from Mohawk Road to Highway 403 has decreased.
 
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