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Friday, August, 15, 2014 - 7:07:49 PM
Hamilton man's lonely vigil continues " the words "get a life" mean anything? Who is he to judge what's right or wrong? "The oath dates back to fifth or fourth century BCE," just goes to show how archaic some (mis)interpretations are to what this oath truly means. Look it up, no "
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Wednesday, August, 13, 2014 - 11:11:08 PM
Hamilton weather comes and goes … on and on "[...] August, 13, 2014 - 5:05:39 PM LETTER: Science wouldn’t mislead public on climate change Re: Weather comes and goes … on and on (Aug. 7) I am not an environmental scientist though I will admit up front that I have a natural bias towards [."
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Wednesday, August, 13, 2014 - 6:06:26 PM
Hamilton weather comes and goes … on and on "Really? Mr.Bowes should learn some basics about weather and the difference between weather patterns and changes as opposed to CLIMATE. Looking back within your lifetime or even a century will not give you enough information regarding climate as it is"
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Photo by Richard Zazulak.
Real McCoys top defending Allan Cup champs
Win advances Dundas to semi-final of national hockey championship at home.
Photo courtesy of Hamilton Police Service
Seniors quick to draw on gun amnesty program
A gun amnesty initiated by Hamilton police is triggering seniors to get rid of their old weapons.
Dundas takes tight opening Allan Cup game
Pressure on goalie pays off with winning goal in Dundas.
Brantford comes back on Kenora
Warm 5-4 win kicks off Allan Cup 2014 in Dundas.
Ontario injects $4 million into McMaster biomedical facility
If Hamilton is to survive economically in the fierce global marketplace it has to shed its heavy manufacturing shell and develop a more diverse financial environment with world-renowned partners.
Prpic, Leveille spearhead Blast in AC opener
Brantford Blast’s rally began with Mike Burgoyne’s shorthanded goal in the first period and culminated with Dave Russell’s early second-period goal as the Blast pinned a 5-4 loss on the Kenora Thistles in the opening game of the 2014 Allan Cup Tournament today in the JL Grightmire Arena.
Ross backs out of mayoral race
Former Hamilton alderman Don Ross, who jumped into the mayoral race in early January, has now jumped out of the contest.
Hamilton’s roads rank high as the worst
The votes are being tallied for Ontario’s worst road, and Burlington Street is a contender again.
Two-way street conversions hit pothole
Hamilton’s conversion of its one-way streets to two-way has hit a few potholes.
Union leaders cautious about election call
The president of one of the largest unions in the province says he doesn’t think a spring election is in the cards for Ontario.
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A vital medicine
MaryBeth McCuen was only 25 weeks pregnant when she gave birth to Sam in 2009 at McMaster University Medical Centre.
Photo by Debra Downey
Wind Dancer hopes you’ll pony up
Members of the local equestrian community staunchly support Dr. Paula Dupuy and her Wind Dancer Pony Rescue Foundation. However, a new corporate campaign has been launched in the hopes that corporations will start to pony up.
Henderson high to take Huskies nickname
Barton name, Barons nickname being retired
A little fungus at Mohawk Sports Park
It’s nothing a few weeks of warm, sunny weather won’t fix.
Photo by Richard Leitner
City boss blames vandals, others for tossed tombstones
A city boss says he “blew a gasket” when he learned veterans’ tombstones had been dumped over a bluff at Woodland Cemetery, but is suggesting vandals or private companies are to blame.
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