More and bigger gardens and no shortage of rain kept the fresh produce rolling in to the food bank at Neighbour to Neighbour Centre.
A spokesman for the architectural firm representing Chalmers Presbyterian Church says they will be looking closely at sustainability and financing when considering bids for turning the Mountain Park Avenue property into a condominium development.
The outgoing chair of the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board says the departure of education director John Malloy puts incoming trustees in “a wonderful position” to make their own mark for the coming term.
Politicians always seem to remember to forget unsavoury issues and discussions such as amalgamation which would reveal defects.
Hamilton’s public school board will explore alternatives to using crumb rubber as a cushioning agent for the artificial turf fields it plans to install at four high schools, including the future Nora Frances Henderson on the south Mountain.
Hamilton has another 49 exhibits in its case for being called the City of Waterfalls.
“Colin Lapsley and John Mamone are electric on stage. This is theatre on a different level,” said Lindsay Jones.
Bombardieri family’s Christmas Dinner and Comedy Show supports McMaster Children’s Hospital Foundation
Nearly 400 family and friends were in attendance as the Bombardieri family hosted its second Christmas Dinner and Comedy Show in support of McMaster Children’s Hospital Foundation.
The Ancaster Baha’i Junior Youth Empowerment group recently conducted a food drive called We Scare Hunger campaign.
ickets are now on sale for the 39th annual Holiday House Tour and Craft Sale, sponsored by St. James Anglican Church in Dundas.