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New money for arts and community groups leads to feeding frenzy for councillors

It should come as no surprise to taxpayers that when you put a large amount of money in front of...

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Columns | May 26, 2015
Gordon Cameron

Hamilton Police Service's professionalism on display during arrest

Where sensible, sane people would have stayed put, we two journalists sprang from the SUV with almost the same vigour as the...

Stoney Creek News | by Gordon Cameron
Columns | May 14, 2015
Gordon Cameron

Alberta NDP win is in keeping with the province's past

Back when I lived in Alberta in the early 2000s finding someone who would even consider voting New Democrat was like finding...

Dundas Star News | by Gordon Cameron
Editorial | May 14, 2015

The battle between teachers and Queen's Park that never ends

So why are public school teachers continuing to fight a cause they lost years ago?

Ancaster News
Letters | May 13, 2015

LETTER: City strike will have limited effect on the Mountain

So the downtown unionized garbage collectors and thousands of other unionized staff are threatening to go on strike, and city...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Mark-Alan Whittle
Columns | May 13, 2015

COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: The environment is everyone’s responsibility

The St. Marguerite community has fully embraced the Ontario EcoSchool’s program for the last nine years, attaining six gold...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Lucy Hunt
Columns | May 12, 2015
MPP Ted McMeekin

Ted McMeekin Column: Liberals make historic investment with 2015 budget

The Ontario government has released the 2015 budget, which makes possible an historic investment in infrastructure to...

Dundas Star News
Columns | May 08, 2015

GROWING GREEN: Add some edibles to your pots and urns

Consider adding veggies to your decorative pots to add drama, texture, colour and taste to your outdoor eating area.

Hamilton Mountain News
Columns | May 07, 2015
Gordon Cameron

Twenty years on, veterans of the Second World War are fading fast

They were a diverse group. Some were old and hunched or confined to wheelchairs, while others looked almost too young to have...

Ancaster News | by Gordon Cameron

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