A look at local issues through the pen of Hamilton Community News cartoonist Mike Vukovich.
With daily cold advisories and a foot of snow on the ground, it’s hard to believe I am extending an invitation to Mission Services 10th Annual Charity Golf Tournament with Hamilton Community News.
Hamilton has always been recognized as a caring community to its diverse residents. It has a reputation of welcoming desperate newcomers and providing an oasis in their times of need.
To date, Social Bicycles’ business plan has not been made public, but it should.
re: Nora’s name could be prominent again; Remembering Hill Park’s first principal, the iconic Ernie Hutton (Feb. 27)
re: Nora’s name could be prominent again (Feb. 27)
With the increasing demand by families for the modest, affordable urban housing available throughout the central Mountain, these same small community elementary schools are even more important today as an engine of reinvestment and revitalization.
I wish to thank Hamilton Community News for the comprehensive two-page spread on rail safety, particularly regarding shipments of crude oil through Hamilton, entitled “What’s coming down the track?” as well as the incisive editorial “Making transport by rail much safer.” (Feb. 20)
When I was in elementary school, back at the dawn of the personal computing era, I was given the task of showing my classmates how to use this new technology. I taught them how to boot the machines using either the cassette tape drive or a 5.25 inch floppy, drilled into them the importance of treating our expensive Commodore Pet and Apple IIe with care and introduced them to some of the school’s collection of educational games with their mind-blowing graphics.
Women’s hockey has never been in the spotlight like it was last Thursday. A total of 13 million people watched some or all of the Canadian women’s Olympic hockey team’s dramatic overtime victory against the U.S., with former Stoney Creek Saber and Ancaster native Laura Fortino assisting on Marie-Philip Poulin’s golden goal.