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French Catholic board suing province
The Ministry of Education is being sued for allegedly violating the Charter of Rights and Freedoms by failing to provide funding for a new French Catholic high school on Hamilton Mountain.
Red Hill Parkway gets safety improvements
The Red Hill Parkway will be receiving some safety improvements along the top half of the roadway.

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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"
Comment by texascanuk
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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Mountain food bank welcomes farmer tax credit
Hamilton food bank users may be able to help themselves to more locally grown fresh fruit and vegetables next year.
Cardinals beat Tonnos for senior football title
Cardinal Newman wins 15-9.
photo by Kevin Werner
Wynne backs Hamilton over troubled Toronto
On a day when Premier Kathleen Wynne suggested there may be a way to oust Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, she told a Hamilton audience that the people of Ontario are better than what they have been portrayed in the provincial capital over the last few weeks.
Pan Am Stadium rises from Ivor Wynne rubble
Hamiltonians may have been skeptical about a new stadium rising from the rubble of the old Ivor Wynne Stadium, but the steel girders, and concrete structure that’s taking shape on Balsam Avenue is proof a modern, state-of-the-art facility will be hosting the Tiger-Cats starting next July.
Woman killed by blunt force trauma: police
Victim's name still not released
Photo by Mark Newman
N2N Centre to open satellite food bank
East Mountain and upper Stoney Creek families who use the food bank at Neighbour to Neighbour Centre will have a shorter journey come April 1.
Photo by Mark Newman
Helping keep their neighbourhood looking good
It’s become a springtime ritual for Nancy and Rick Smith.
photo by Mike Pearson
VIDEO: City Kidz at 20
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Experience the native touch
As a 12-year-old who occupied her leisure hours with whimsical sketches of dazzling dresses and breath-taking outfits, Angela DeMontigny recognized she had a passion for design.
CMHA warns of possible fraudulent donor solicitation
The warning comes after a recent incident in the area of St. Joseph's Hospital on Charlton Avenue.
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Rob Ford: We'll 'spank' the Tiger-Cats
Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford issued a challenge to Hamilton Mayor Bob Bratina and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats Thursday morning in advance of the two teams' CFL Eastern Semifinal match-up on Sunday.
Photo from Tim's Tribute
Preliminary hearing dates set in Bosma murder case
An eight-week preliminary hearing has been scheduled for Mark Smich and Dellen Millard, the two men charged with first-degree murder in connection with the death of Ancaster husband and father Tim Bosma.
Dundas Valley school lease potential boon to HCA coffers
The Hamilton Conservation Authority expects a $400,000 windfall over the next 15 years if it proceeds with a contentious proposal to lease a former Dundas Valley outdoor education centre to a private school.
Mohawk Trail school move’s price tag shoots up to $1.2M
Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board trustees have reaffirmed a decision to relocate the Mohawk Trail Centre after learning the move will cost more than the $1-million threshold they set in May.
Parkside to remain in use an extra year
Dundas Valley Secondary School to operate with two campuses until June 2015.
Queen Street Hill reopens
After two month delay, Mountain access is back in business
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