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Protecting women on campus from sexual violence

Despite the legislative and education action, it’s still not enough to address the violence against...

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Editorial | Feb 04, 2016
HSR bus

Taken for a ride by the false hopes for a bus service for all of Hamilton

Most of the poor reception to the announcement was because LRT, as has been acknowledged many times by Hamilton’s decision...

Ancaster News
Editorial | Jan 28, 2016
Hamilton Police Chief Glenn DeCaire

Finding the right police chief for Hamilton won't be easy

Hiring a police chief isn’t just about mollifying police officers. A police chief is expected to provide leadership to the...

Ancaster News
Editorial | Jan 21, 2016
Hamilton City Hall

Provincial pre-budget consultation takes place while Hamilton city council turns down Trustee Program funding request for lack of money

Over the last few years, the Ontario Liberals have been slicing social programs for the homelessness under the camouflage of...

Dundas Star News
Editorial | Jan 14, 2016
st joseph's hospital

CCACs, LHINs on life support

Last September Ontario’s Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk found that about $1.5 billion, or as little as 61 cents out of every...

Ancaster News
Editorial | Jan 07, 2016
HSR bus

Suburban Hamilton residents left waiting for the bus

In an ironic twist, under the city’s new strategy, rural and suburban areas will still be without needed bus service. Bus...

Hamilton Mountain News
Editorial | Dec 30, 2015
Torch Relay

Our New Years wish for Hamilton

It was a year of violence. It was a year of bigotry, racism and ignorance. It was a year of despair and tragedy.

Stoney Creek News
Dec 29, 2015

EDITORIAL: Our New Year’s wish for Hamilton

It was a year of violence. It was a year of bigotry, racism and ignorance. It was a year of despair and tragedy. Hamilton...

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Dec 22, 2015

EDITORIAL: So long, Chief De Caire

Love him or hate him, no Hamiltonian will miss the will-he-or-won’t-he antics of whether Hamilton’s top cop Glenn De Caire is...

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Dec 17, 2015

Governmental funding decisions leave the homeless out in the cold

This isn’t supposed to happen, especially when the province released a much-anticipated report on homelessness in October...

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Dec 10, 2015

Protecting the Greenbelt will be saving our future

While a decade seems minimal time to study its impacts, preliminary results suggest it’s doing its job, according to the...

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Dec 03, 2015

Hamilton's transportation strategy is hell on wheels

The provincial government’s announcement to fund $1 billion to pay for Hamilton’s light-rail transit system is the jewel is...

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Nov 26, 2015

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 2010, he immediately...

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Nov 19, 2015

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.

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Nov 12, 2015

Province, school boards and unions need to build a better contract negotiation process

Under the Liberals two-tier negotiating strategy, implemented the past year, the ideas was for the province to focus on the...

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Nov 05, 2015

The drop in water usage raises questions about the sustainability of Hamilton's system

A few years ago city staff became concerned about the continuing slide in water usage. As water rates continually increased,...

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Oct 28, 2015

One taxi law for all

To be sure, Uber needs to adhere to proper government regulations, whether municipal or provincial. The company must present...

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