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Barry Coe
Feb 24, 2017 | Add Comment | Ancaster News

Try to love one another right now

Barry Coe

As a veteran of the mainstream media wars for 20 years, with another 20 in the human services field,...

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Opinion | Feb 24, 2017

Fear and loathing: The perils of populism

In Canada and the United States the fear of the other, a sense of isolation, and the ability to distort reality remain...

Stoney Creek News
Letters | Feb 24, 2017
Water bottles

LETTER: Great job eight-year-old Ancaster Meadow students

I am writing to congratulate Ronda Urfey and her Class 3A of Ancaster Meadow School. They have hit the nail right on the...

Dundas Star News
Opinion | Feb 14, 2017
Terry Whitehead

The LRT circus

Regardless of the event’s ridiculousness, Whitehead’s core message of skepticism for the $1 billion transit project shouldn’t...

Ancaster News
Columns | Feb 14, 2017
Mountain News general excellence

Hamilton Community News' papers are finalists for four provincial newspaper awards

For most of the world, Feb. 14 is Valentine’s Day. However, for those in Ontario’s community newspaper industry, it’s the day...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Gordon Cameron
Photo Gallery | Jun 12, 2015
Budget wall

From the pen of Mike Vukovich

A humorous look at life and politics in Hamilton by award-winning cartoonist Mike Vukovich.

| by By Mike Vukovich
Letters | Feb 15, 2017
Water bottles

LETTER: Ancaster Meadow Grade 3 class share their opinion on water bottles

We want a healthy environment for our city, our province, our country, and the whole world. We hope people will help us....

Ancaster News
Editorial | Feb 06, 2017
Hamilton's wards

Democratic deficit deferred

But as the city-hired consultant, Watson and Associates, who were hired to review the ward boundary, bluntly explained to...

Stoney Creek News
Columns | Feb 06, 2017
Gordon Cameron

My flip phone may be uncool, but I do love it

I can’t count the number of times I’ve accidentally dropped it, flung it, crushed it, left it in a freezing or sweltering car...

Stoney Creek News | by Gordon Cameron
Feb 14, 2017

The LRT circus

Regardless of the event’s ridiculousness, Whitehead’s core message of skepticism for the $1 billion transit project shouldn’t be ignored. The councillor represents a sizable number of Hamilton residents in the suburban areas who remain unconvinced...

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