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COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Beauty of LED lighting also shines on hydro bill
Incandescent lighting creates an enormous amount of heat and actually very little light in comparison to the heat when considering the energy usage.
DUSTY CORNERS: Hamilton council giving chickens get a bad rap
Heaven forbid, said those opposed to the proposal, We can’t have chickens cackling about in the city!

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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"
Comment by Hamiltonian
Sunday, October, 26, 2014 - 1:01:51 PM
McHattie says mayoral race is between him and Eisenberger "This all coming from a person that has waited until now to "visit" Hamilton, or should I say, the parts of Hamilton that did not seem to matter to him until now? As for the Fred/Larry connection it seems a bit late to be stating the obvious.But I wil"
Comment by byron zorzos
LETTER: Birth of Christ time for reflection
I commend Pope Benedict XVI for strongly denouncing homosexuality and same-sex marriage in his annual Christmas address.
COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Mortgage forecast holds rosy outlook in Canada
It’s been just over six years since the first signs of a collapse of the U.S. real estate market were noticed. It took full force a year later.
DUSTY CORNERS: Where did Merry Christmas go?
I parked my Caravan in the parking lot at the mall, barely fitting in between the white lines.
Problem with bullying is that it works
The golden rule as concept predates Christian doctrine and reaches back into antiquity.
Council off track with food bank rent
What’s up with this Hamilton city council? They have been spending $90,000 a year providing free Wi-Fi, yet they are threatening to charge the Stoney Creek Community Food Bank $24, 000 rent per year?
My wish this holiday season: peace
The days of Christmas are upon us once again with all the rushing around, shopping, writing cards and parties. When the magical day arrives, we know what we celebrate and who and why — no need to go into that.
Public tennis courts great idea for Confederation Park plan
In response to the recent article on Confederation Park accessibility, if there is opportunity to add input on the planned sports facilities at Confederation Park, let's get some public tennis courts.
Get recycling back on course
With the holiday season, our homes are filling with gadgets and goodies, tinsel and lights, holiday treats and winter wheels. As we bring in the new, our curbsides and bins fill with all the old – the unwrapped, the used and the discarded. The season provides us with a stark reminder of the 12.5 million tonnes of waste we as Ontario residents and business create every year.
LETTER: Students recognize the bad guys
re: Protest is about money, not ideals (Editorial, Dec. 13)
LETTER: Why did city miss 10-year-old road bump?
re: Smooth driving returns to west Mountain (Dec. 13)
LETTER: Trustees shutting out public involvement
re: School trustees eye ‘more generous’ rules on public input (Dec. 13, 2012)
COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Hope Santa brings labour peace to education system
The Christmas season is upon us and it is very evident in our schools.
Make a wonderful life by reaching out to others in peace, friendship
I hear people griping that there’s no escape from Christmas carols in the stores... and I see people happily singing along. Sometimes they’re the same people.
City staff, police chief still don't get it
For city management to present a 3.6 per cent budget increase after their initial September request for 5.5 per cent indicates to me that city management — as well as the police chief — still does not get it.
Consider better type of signal
As a result of another pedestrian accident in Dundas, this one fatal, crosswalks are again in the news.
Teachers should be paid to coach
The Ontario government needs to fix the funding formula as a result of public outcry over the teachers’ job action of withdrawing voluntary services and extra-curricular activities.
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