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Column: As ugly as it was, it was beautiful for Manning

Column: As ugly as it was, it was beautiful for Manning

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As optimistic as I am about the future of newspapers, I am not naive about the state of the industry. Revenue is down in most...

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Negative interest rates are really already here. Check out your high interest savings account and subtract inflation

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COLUMN: Canada should continue to shelter Syrian refugees

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We have an acute shortage of affordable housing units in Hamilton, and each year the shortfall grows by hundreds. Inadequate...

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COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Where children learn to grieve and heal

Death of a loved one is one of the most difficult and traumatic events in a child’s life. It can be difficult to know how to...

Hamilton Mountain News | Add Comment | by Susan Repa
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Willing to serve on the jury, but will reporter be picked?

I’ve covered court as a reporter for more than 20 years — several murders, assaults, fraud, impaired driving — but had never...

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Jan 27, 2016

Share the road with cyclists in Olde Town Stoney Creek

If the “sharrow“ is in the center of the road you should not pass the cyclist.

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Jan 27, 2016

Community meeting focuses on policing in Winona

I will be hosting a community policing meeting on Saturday, Feb. 6 at 2 p.m. The police will be on hand to give an...

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Jan 26, 2016

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Hamilton Mountain News | Add Comment | by Gord Bowes
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Far away events can be local news too

When I first heard about the recent terrorist attack in Burkina Faso it caught my attention in a way that a similar incident...

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It’s a correction, not a collapse, is Bank’s message: Mayers

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Why our outlook may be better than we think: Mayers

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