The majority of the songs and poems were written by those who had been in the camps and the ghettos, many of whom did not survive their ordeal. These were the voices of those who had been silenced, and yet their songs, the same songs that rang out amidst the oppression, the hate and the genocide, were not silenced.
“We have a crisis,” Hamilton’s general manager of public works, Gerry Davis bluntly told councillors last week. “The roads are failing and getting worse.”
The city’s journey to land 550 hectares of employment land around the John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport is on final approach after 11 years of municipal delays.
I can’t believe you are breaking up with me after all we have done to build our relationship this past year.
As most of you know, mail delivery is changing from door-to-door delivery to street mailbox pick-up. In 2015, this initiative is starting across the Hamilton Mountain, including Stoney Creek, and will be coming to lower Stoney Creek afterwards.
Membership to this type of group is dictated more by need than want.
As the “Fifty Point neighbour who created an outcry,” I was puzzled by Mike Stone’s contention that beavers pose a potential problem at Fifty Point as opposed to other conservation areas. From my experience there, no culverts were blocked, no roads washed out and no basements flooded.
Federal NDP leader Thomas Mulcair and Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau must get their heads together.
I’d like to take this opportunity to let you know that the City of Hamilton has officially taken possession of the former Winona Elementary School.
Hamilton city council killed winter family fun back in 2003 when it decided to close the local ski hill.