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Parliament Hill
Aug 27, 2015 | Add Comment | Hamilton Mountain News

Canada’s federal election has been a total bore

In some respects the longer the campaign should mean more meaningful debates and discussions on...

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Editorial | 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...

Stoney Creek News
Editorial | Aug 13, 2015
Mayor Fred Eisenberger

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...

Ancaster News
Editorial | Aug 06, 2015
Parliament Hill

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...

Dundas Star News
Editorial | Jul 30, 2015
Kia Nurse

Kia Nurse does Hamilton proud

Nurse is just 19, but she has the poise of a veteran. Coming from a sports family — father Richard is a former Ticat and...

Dundas Star News | by Gordon Cameron
Editorial | Jul 23, 2015
Downtown Hamilton

The death knell of Hamilton's de-amalgamation dreams

No surprise, there remain growing pains as this older municipality adapts to a swiftly changing economic and cultural...

Dundas Star News
Editorial | Jul 16, 2015
Hamilton City Hall

Hamilton and the province need to build a better election finance enforcement system

Hamilton has come a long way from the time in 2004 when former Dundas councillor Joanna Chapman had to fight and claw her way...

Ancaster News
Jul 09, 2015

The true Pan Am Games legacy for Hamilton

At the time the sales pitch was Hamilton was to receive the second largest amount of funding behind Toronto, to help...

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Jul 03, 2015

Hamilton city council's decision to continue court fight against Canada Post is pure politics

Last week council approved spending $75,000 to use an outside lawyer to launch an appeal against Canada Post. Their argument...

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Jun 24, 2015

Actions of Hamilton Police officers show disrespect to residents

After seven members of the high-profile Hamilton Police ACTION squad, which patrols in downtown Hamilton on their bicycles,...

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Jun 18, 2015

It's a real shame about the Senate

As it was initially designed, the Senate was supposed to be a place of “sober second thought” which would be free from all...

Dundas Star News | Add Comment
Jun 11, 2015

Closing the democratic divide with ranked ballots

Why should a frustrated populace participate in a system where they believe the system is biased in favour of the incumbent...

Ancaster News | Add Comment
Jun 04, 2015

Will the economic benefits of the LRT spread beyond downtown Hamilton?

If you were anywhere near downtown Hamilton last week, you might of heard the popping of Champagne corks at the Liberal...

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May 28, 2015

Hamilton council fast and furious over cars and guns

Ask any councillor, or traffic official about the biggest fear residents in upper Stoney Creek, or Ancaster face and they...

Stoney Creek News | Add Comment
May 27, 2015

New money for arts and community groups leads to feeding frenzy for councillors

It should come as no surprise to taxpayers that when you put a large amount of money in front of politicians, a feeding...

Stoney Creek News | Add Comment
May 14, 2015

The battle between teachers and Queen's Park that never ends

So why are public school teachers continuing to fight a cause they lost years ago?

Ancaster News | Add Comment
May 07, 2015

Is Hamilton's integrity commissioner worth the money?

Are Hamiltonians getting their money’s worth when it comes to the work being done by the integrity commissioner when, for the...

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