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COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: HWDSB must be accountable
They cannot be accountable without a record that can be accessed, should there be a challenge.
LETTER: Amalgamation conveniently forgotten
Politicians always seem to remember to forget unsavoury issues and discussions such as amalgamation which would reveal defects.

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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"
Comment by Hamiltonian
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"
Comment by Hamiltonian
LETTER: There are still Good Samaritans
There are more good people in Hamilton than bad, but we mostly only hear about the 10 per cent who are bad.
LETTER: City already knows who non-voters are
Re: No easy answers (Editorial, Nov. 13)
COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Changing the language of mental illness
Robin Williams, suffering from depression, took his own life. The media stated he died by suicide. But did he?
TedMcMeekin copyWEB
MPP Ted McMeekin column: Remembering how they lived
We gathered in solemn remembrance earlier this week to honour the sacrifices Canadian soldiers have made in the two great wars, in Korea, in Afghanistan and in numerous peacekeeping missions.
COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: I’ve got a secret that I’m not ashamed of
When I was 19, my doctor discovered I had minimal hearing loss in my right ear.
LETTER: Renaming dog park would be fitting tribute
Re: Proposal would rename dog park after Cirillo (Nov. 6)
COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Clark's out of touch on transit
Reading Brad Clark’s latest statements on public transit, it’s eye-opening just how far Hamilton is from achieving the kind of quality of life it purports to offer one day.
LETTER: City dodged a bullet by rejecting monorail
Re: Monorail acceptance would have led to LRT (Letters, Oct. 30)
COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: HPL’s new look highlights changes
We wanted a new logo that better communicates who we are and what we do
David SweetWEB
MP DAVID SWEET COLUMN: Responding to Canadian heroes
Each Nov. 11, we participate in Remembrance Day ceremonies at local cenotaphs. Schools and businesses also pause for two minutes of silence to remember the brave women and men who fought for the freedoms we cherish as Canadians.
LETTER: Super boxes don’t necessarily equal timely delivery of mail
My box has been serviced between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
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COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Wear red Tuesday to honour Corporal Nathan Cirillo
Columnist Mike Nabuurs says it is time for us to rally around our troops — to don a uniform of red to let everyone know we stand together
COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Discussion needed about accessibility
Organizations with accessible employment practices see higher job retention, and attendance, lower turnover, enhanced job performance and better safety records.
LETTER: ISIS editorial hit nail on head
When it got out of hand. threatening oil-rich Iraqi Kurdistan, Obama bombed it, without UN approval, using two journalists’ death as a pretext.
LETTER: Passionate people do passionate things
Re: Testy trustee forum (Oct. 16)
Nominate a great youth for 2014 Ontario Junior Citizen of the Year Award
Every community has young stars, and while they may not quite have celebrity status, they deserve to be in the spotlight for all they have accomplished.
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