Hamilton Police Chief Glenn DeCaire
Hamilton Police Chief Glenn DeCaire, August 2015
Nov 26, 2015 | Add Comment | Ancaster News

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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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
Editorial | Nov 12, 2015
Education Centre

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...

Dundas Star News
Editorial | Nov 05, 2015
Hamilton City Hall

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,...

Hamilton Mountain News
Editorial | Oct 28, 2015
Uber in Guelph

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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Editorial | Oct 22, 2015
Justin Trudeau at Mohawk College

Will the election results mean a return to Liberals’ ‘good old days’ for Hamilton?

After years of having its metaphorical face pressed up against the glass, Hamilton is poised to be a player in federal...

Stoney Creek News
Editorial | Oct 15, 2015

Day of reckoning is coming for those who dropped the ball on U.S. Steel deal

Just over three days after a bankruptcy judge approved a transition plan that allowed U.S. Steel Canada to separate from its...

Stoney Creek News
Oct 08, 2015

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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Oct 01, 2015

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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Sep 25, 2015

Ontario needs to ban carding by police

It’s time police find a different way to keep communities’ safe. Targeting a specific cultural group on the most flimsiest of...

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Sep 16, 2015

Pay now, or pay later with payday loans

While it’s now become acceptable for governments to put restrictions on society’s vices and behavior, there is the need for...

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Sep 10, 2015

It's long past time to update Ontario's sex-ed curriculum

Opponents of updating the curriculum responded with anger toward former premier Dalton McGuinty for even considering...

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Sep 03, 2015

Ignorance is strength

Further erosion of Canadian rights, democratic freedoms and the rights of the individual can continue if citizens continue to...

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Aug 27, 2015

Canada’s federal election has been a total bore

In some respects the longer the campaign should mean more meaningful debates and discussions on issues of the day. So far...

Hamilton Mountain News | 1 Comment
Aug 20, 2015

School’s out?

On the surface the teacher union issues may seem murky as they oppose school boards’ call for more “flexible” movement on...

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Aug 13, 2015

Ending Hamitlon's gun violence

This year alone there has been dramatic gun play on the streets of Hamilton which has shaken Hamilton politicians who are...

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Aug 06, 2015

The long 2015 federal election is all about the money

Stephen Harper’s party has raised the most money by far, which allows it buy more advertising, hold more rallies and travel...

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