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Hamilton light-rail transit concept
Hamilton councillors will be debating May 18 the future of the $1 billion light-rail transit project.
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Debating Hamilton's future

Even the basic reason for building this high-order transit system remains questionable. Supporters...

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Editorial | Jul 21, 2016
Hamilton City Hall

Hamilton's apathy towards public consultations breeds false 'consensus'

The 18 public meetings held by a consultant to talk about proposed changes to the city’s ward boundary system attracted a...

Ancaster News
Editorial | Jul 15, 2016
Downtown Hamilton

All of Hamilton needs economic development help

It seems the economic strategy to revitalize the core has trumped all other strategies to expand, innovate and assist...

Dundas Star News
Editorial | Jul 07, 2016
Hamilton's wards

Ward boundary changes needed for Hamilton

Sixteen years later, those 15 ward boundaries are establishing an unequal and undemocratic governance system. The Mountain...

Dundas Star News
Editorial | Jun 30, 2016
UK votes leave

Trump and British vote to leave the EU act as a warning that history may be repeating itself

It’s a political, cultural and economic landscape familiar to 2016, but in fact it occurred in 1893 during the great economic...

Dundas Star News
Editorial | Jun 22, 2016
Donna Skelly

EDITORIAL: Striking at shibboleths

If a Hamilton resident has a problem or an issue involving the city, the homeowner calls up City Hall or goes to their local...

Hamilton Mountain News
Editorial | Jun 15, 2016
MPP Ted McMeekin

EDITORIAL: New image, same story with Ontario cabinet shuffle

You’re bogged down in the polls, bereft of new ideas and struggling to gain any type of political traction as the 2018...

Hamilton Mountain News
Jun 09, 2016

Hamilton residents should be calling for 311 service

Hamilton, though, as city staff and politicians have been repeating to themselves, is an innovative city that seeks to find...

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Jun 03, 2016

Separate leagues for public and Catholic boards miss the point of school sports

While the philosophy would seem to be universal for all athletic endeavors, it remains striking the Catholic sports teams can...

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May 26, 2016

The Greenbelt allows for smart growth

Established in 2005, those lands have protected important natural areas and prevented the constant spread of urban sprawl...

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May 20, 2016

Hamilton city council needs to stop, look at the facts and listen to the public in order to have a real LRT debate

Supporters of the LRT may believe the LRT debate has already taken place, most notably during the 2014 municipal election,...

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May 13, 2016

Filling the hole in the centre of Hamilton

It’s taken nearly 15 years since amalgamation to actually see what had been the hole in Hamilton’s urban downtown start to...

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May 05, 2016

How long will it be before we're all equal before the law?

Hamiltonians and their leaders have always congratulated themselves on being a community that welcomes diversity. Yet that...

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Apr 28, 2016

Will light rail transit turn Hamilton into ‘Utopia’?

It’s apparent that while the LRT remains the cornerstone of Hamilton’s political and business elite’s idea of how the city...

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Apr 28, 2016

EDITORIAL: Welcome back, Streetfest

It was missed by business owners, many of whom saw an immediate or gradual bump in sales and traffic in their shops. It was...

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Apr 20, 2016

Paul Miller's private member's bill would do a lot of public good

The monthly income for a single person on Ontario Works is $599 a month, while for Ontario Disability Support Program, the...

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Apr 14, 2016

When personal agendas clash with the reality of a situation, critics often seek 'the last refuge of a scoundrel'

At the time councillors didn’t condemn what Ferguson said, but days later a few expressed their outrage, piggybacking on the...

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