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Hamilton’s Integrity Commissioner confirms Ferguson violated Code of Conduct rules
Hamilton’s Integrity Commissioner has confirmed Ancaster councillor Lloyd Ferguson violated the city’s Code of Conduct for making physical contact with Joey Coleman, an independent journalist, during a meeting at city hall last year.
Dundas Living Centre awaits province’s call
Housing Task Force anticipates going public in March

Are Hamilton’s suburban and rural communities properly served by land ambulances?

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Friday, November, 21, 2014 - 6:06:10 PM
Stoney Creek tree plantings aimed to ward off emerald ash borer "Lets be real though you cannot replace a tree. A tree lost is forever lost, the best you can do is plant others to mitigate the loss and perhaps someday come close to what once was years into the future. I say this because there is an epidemic in thi"
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Friday, November, 14, 2014 - 7:07:37 PM
Column: Getting to know my great-grandfather "I very much enjoyed reading your column on your great-grandfather who died in the Great War. I often think of my grandmother's uncle, Ivan Newell Wallis, of Greensville who died in the Great War in Aug 1918 at the age of 20 years. I know a few things"
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Friday, November, 14, 2014 - 6:06:53 PM
Chris Charlton hopeful about Remembrance Day bill "Unnecessary and a waste of time. What we need to put our efforts in is for actual services and aid for our veterans not an empty holiday so politicians can pretend for a day they care and to pump up patriotism so they can squeak harmful unpopular leg"
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Hamilton public trustees rethink plan to phase out vocation high schools
Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board trustees won’t reverse plans to close Mountain Secondary School in June 2017 but may open its doors to new students until then.
Sandals scoffs at Hamilton French Catholic board's student enrolment stats
Ontario’s education minister says Hamilton’s French Catholic board isn’t getting the $23 million it wants for a new, stand-alone high school for 475 students because it’s failed to make the business case for one.
Province paying tab for upgrades to five Mountain elementary schools
Queen’s Park will cover the tab for upgrading five central Mountain public elementary schools that survived last year’s closure study as part of $19 million in funding that includes money for a new school in west Flamborough.
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Winter can take a toll on your home, says contractor Bob Assadourian
Protect your home and your wallet with these tips.
Police seek witnesses in serious Fruitland Road weekend crash
Hamilton police are looking for witnesses after a driver was seriously hurt during a single vehicle rollover in the area of Fruitland Road on Feb. 22.
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Dundas Blues take 3-0 semi-final lead with triple overtime win
Connor King breaks 64 scoreless minutes with winner.
Dundas Blues take 2-0 semi-final series lead over Dunnville Mudcats with 7-3 win
Series returns to Dundas Sunday night
Your community newspapers are finalists for five provincial awards
Hamilton Community News’ winning ways continue as our papers and staff are finalists for five provincial awards presented by the Ontario Community Newspapers Association.
The Maple Leaf forever — The story of Canada's flag
The Great Flag Debate paralyzed Parliament for six months in 1964 but gave Canada its most iconic symbol
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Six flags that could have been chosen over Canada's iconic Maple Leaf
During the Great Flag Debate many Canadians submitted their ideas for what the country's new national flag should look like. The suggestions ran from the classical to the kooky. Here are six flags that could have been chosen to replace the Canadian Red Ensign, but fortunately weren't.
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Dundas Blues take game one of Jr. C hockey semi-final over Dunnville
Series returns to Dundas Sunday after game two in Dunnville tonight.
NPCA board approves higher levy for Hamilton taxpayers to pay
The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority will be billing the city of Hamilton$1.2 million as its new contribution to the agency after the municipality failed to reach out to Niagara Region and Haldimand to negotiate a better deal to prevent the higher levy.
Saltfleet Storm repeats as boys hockey champs
Ryan Murdoch was beaming.
Alcohol ‘leading contributing factor’ in South Service Road crash which killed a man, woman
Hamilton police say drinking and driving was the cause of a fatal crash on the South Service Road in November that claimed the lives of a man and woman.
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Sherwood, RHLI concert to help fund Nathan Cirillo Award
March 12 at 8 p.m.
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