Hamilton Police Chief Glenn DeCaire
Hamilton Police Chief Glenn DeCaire, August 2015
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Hamilton Police Services board decides to go with the devil it knows by keeping Glenn De Caire

When Glenn De Caire, a former Toronto staff superintendent was hired as Hamilton’s police chief in...

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Columns | Nov 25, 2015

GROWING GREEN: Fasciation in the garden

If you’re lucky, your garden will continue to surprise you and encourage you to learn new things. In my case, it was some...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Marg Verbeek
Columns | Nov 25, 2015

COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Renovated Children’s Museum reopens doors

A popular Hamilton attraction is ready to reopen its doors to the city. We’re thrilled to share that the Hamilton Children’s...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Karen McCartney
Columns | Nov 24, 2015

Beware of vacation rental property fraud: Roseman

HomeAway, a site that links homeowners with renters, leaves client on his own after he falls for online fraud

OurWindsor.Ca | by Ellen Roseman
Columns | Nov 23, 2015

Some tips to help find the right financial adviser: Mayers

Everyone wants good advice. But where do you find it? Here are some tips

OurWindsor.Ca | by Adam Mayers
Columns | Nov 23, 2015
Barry Coe

Young voices stir deep emotions on Remembrance Day

My mind drifted back to my first recollection of Remembrance Day. I was five years old and with my mother at Ogilvie’s...

Ancaster News | by Barry Coe
Editorial | Nov 19, 2015
Parliament Hill

Helping refugees in need is the Canadian way

So turning a blind eye or a deaf ear to plight of Syrian refugees is not in Hamilton’s DNA.

Dundas Star News
Columns | Nov 19, 2015

GROWING GREEN: Forcing spring bulbs to winter bloom

It’s fall, but I’d like you to think spring in the winter. If you start now you can have a little bit of that springtime...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Helen MacPherson
Columns | Nov 17, 2015

Former CEO puts out money books for kids: Roseman

A search for a gift for her niece turned into a new business for Teresa Cascioli, who helped turn around Lakeport Brewing

OurWindsor.Ca | by Ellen Roseman

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