Gordon Cameron
Oct 08, 2015 | Add Comment | Hamilton Mountain News

Newspapers are still a political force

Gordon Cameron

As much as I truly love the ink-on-dead-trees version of our publications, I know that they don’t...

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COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Grateful to teachers past and present

October is the month of Thanksgiving and one can’t help but reflect on the blessings we are surrounded with every day and...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Joseph Baiardo
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Trans-Pacific Partnership fight an example of Darwinian politics

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that all parties are using the Trans-Pacific Partnership for political gain, playing to their...

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It’s a matter of trust and integrity for Alex Johnstone

I can recall the day an enthusiastic young candidate for a Board of Education trustee position knocked on my front door....

Ancaster News | by Barry Coe
Columns | Oct 06, 2015

COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Teachers important part of child’s success in life

It is said charity begins at home, and I will add that it ends at school and at all other organizations that your child will...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Tania Hernandez
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Ontario's estate tax highest in Canada: Roseman

Many people try to defer tax on death by holding assets jointly with children. This can lead to family fights

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Outrage over candidates' past comments shouldn't be limited to those you don't support

What interests me is how people have been reacting to those incidents. I’d say it was funny if it weren’t for the fact that...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Gordon Cameron
Editorial | Oct 01, 2015
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Candidates' social media gaffes deserve more than a 'no comment'

Recently, a number of candidates have experienced the humiliation and embarrassment over things they’d done in the past...

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What might lie ahead for the markets in the home stretch: Mayers

As we head into the home stretch of 2015, what's the outlook for the economy? More of the same or better days ahead?

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