When you look at information from Statistics Canada, it’s clear that we should be talking about mental health.
Re: Battle of historical names (April 14)
This wasn’t just future compost – it was a potential crop of potatoes.
A look at local issues through the pen of Hamilton Community News cartoonist Mike Vukovich.
As I have previously revealed in this space, I’m a former lobbyist, so it only seems natural for me to wade into the current debate about the creation of a Hamilton lobbyist registry. At the time, I was duly registered with the province using a system that only required me to declare who I was [...]
Last week Hamilton Community News reporter Richard Leitner broke the story of how the shattered grave markers of several veterans were found dumped over the side of a bluff at the city-owned Woodland Cemetery. The act was scandalous, and one that the city took seriously. In fact, the remnants of the tombstones were removed before the article hit the streets. In a follow-up story in this week’s paper the city’s manager of parks and cemeteries Tennessee Propedo said that he would fire any worker “on the spot” who he caught disposing of a marker in such an improper manner.
re: Expanded bus service for Mountain (April 3)
re: Is registration the right answer? (Editorial, April 10)
The Around the Bay run on Sunday, March 30 was another great example of the fabulous Hamilton spirit.
My name is Jacob. I’m 10 years old.