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Traffic surveillance at Stoney Creek parks, on roads
Hamilton and area were very lucky not to have suffered more damage than we did from Hurricane Sandy.

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Thursday, July, 31, 2014 - 7:07:25 PM
Dundas gateway park on Veldhuis site set to go green — at least on surface "I drive by that site every day, so I was wondering what the green stuff was; thanks for the update!"
Comment by Dundastan
Tuesday, July, 29, 2014 - 7:07:41 PM
Nora Frances Henderson to be honoured as this year’s Greatest Hamiltonian "This is great BUT they took her name off the Nora Francis Henderson Hospital because someone had more money to spend. The same thing happened to Victor K. Copps Coliseum."
Comment by texascanuk
Tuesday, July, 29, 2014 - 12:12:04 PM
LETTER: Pro-life group wrong to target business frequented by families "Well said, and I couldn't agree more. A couple weeks ago this group was set up at the on and off ramps to the Linc at Upper Wentworth. They were also too cowardly to sit in front of their signs, with their faces showing. I cannot see the point of thi"
Comment by Kerri
LETTER: Looking for lost relative
I have been attempting to trace any living relatives of my great-aunt, Margaret DRAPER nee HOLMES.
DUSTY CORNERS: We still care about that little poppy!
This coming Sunday, November the 11th, at 11 a.m. marks the 94th anniversary of the signing of the armistice that ended the Great War for Civilization, better known as "The war to end all wars.”
David SweetWEB
MP pension reform passes unanimously
The federal government recently introduced landmark pension reforms as part of the Jobs and Growth Act 2012 introduced in Parliament.
Small girl makes a big impact
This is the time of year where many of us are charitable and think of those less fortunate.
Milk and cookies with Linc
People have been talking a lot lately about how he liked to be called “Linc.” But, to me, he was always “The Milk and Cookies Guy.”
Fun and games
Now that the Hamilton Tiger-Cats have mercifully ended their last season at Ivor Wynne Stadium, the real fun and games begins for residents.
Thanks to Halloween parade helpers
Paul Miller - New Official colourweb
Striving to continue our jobs in local ridings
It’s been a disturbing few months at the Ontario Legislature with the premier’s actions appearing somewhat erratic and confusing.
Those who opposed Motion 312 desperate to sidestep reality
It’s sad to see the depths one can sink to when their untenable ideology is exposed to the light.
Re: Liberals should serve constituency, not party and Renewal excuse hard to swallow, Oct. 25.
These letter-writers have hit the nail on the head. After many email exchanges with MPP Ted McMeekin, the conclusion is the party comes first, not the constituents.
GROWING GREEN: Autumn watering for woody plants
The fall season offers an excellent window of opportunity for planting new shrubs and trees into your landscape.
DUSTY CORNERS: Auchmar farm counterproductive
In a recent Spectator article, it was suggested by Mr. Fred Napoli, a member of the Friends of Auchmar, that the beautiful Auchmar House and grounds be utilized as a museum site, reflecting Hamilton's industrial and agricultural past.
Linc's legacy
As you watch Lincoln MacCauley Alexander’s procession purposefully stride into Hamilton Place for his state funeral, remember what this giant of a man, both in stature and conviction, accomplished in his lifetime for the betterment of Canadian society.
Bulldogs great alternative to slow motion pros
If you didn’t go to Friday’s Bulldogs game, you missed a great one. I’ve seen more excitement and enthusiasm on the Hamilton ice than in most of the NHL games last year.
Help for Canadians living with rare diseases
Canadians take great pride in our physicians, nurses, technicians and scientists. Part of that pride is earned from our treatment of the most vulnerable among us. Our government is therefore pleased to announce a program specifically designed for patients with rare diseases.
Government pension reforms right thing to do
As the Hamilton East-Stoney Creek Conservative Riding president, I commend the Conservative government for introducing landmark reforms that bring public sector and MP pensions more in line with the private sector, resulting in substantial savings for taxpayers.
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