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LETTER: Resilient tree ground down by modern life
A tree grows on Upper Kenilworth. Or it did, until earlier this week.
LETTER: Removing middle school not healthy for children
Re: Hard to sympathize over Cardinal Heights (July 24)

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Thursday, September, 11, 2014 - 4:04:40 PM
Grade 6 students ‘just fine on basic math,’ Sandals insists "Minister Sandals' contempt for evidence based research in the classroom is astounding. How stupid does she think taxpayers are that we are to believe IPads in the hands of 9 year olds will help them with their multiplication tables? And equally ins"
Comment by Tara Houle
Wednesday, September, 03, 2014 - 1:01:46 PM
Danko wants to fix ‘severely flawed’ school ARCs "She's right in saying the process is severely flawed. It is. But I do not trust that when push comes to shove, she will do what's best for the ward. I fear she will simply circle her wagons around Queensdale and protect it at all costs. Letting wh"
Comment by Trust Me
Wednesday, September, 03, 2014 - 2:02:47 AM
COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Relax and enjoy the new field of dreams "Congratulations! You are still an announcer for the Tiger Cats! Objectivity...lost! Our community had one chance at something special for now, and for our future and thanks to an unconscionable last minute backtrack by your employer we are left wit"
Comment by hamilton flash
LETTER: Volunteers make Gourley great
One of the great volunteers in our community is Randy Chapple, who has built the Gourley Park baseball league into one of Hamilton’s largest and most successful programs.
LETTER: Red light cameras mean cash, not safety
Re: The red zone (Aug. 21)
LETTER: Don’t waste money on temporary Sherwood fix
Hopefully the new crop of trustees will bring in common sense and fiscal responsibility to the HWDSB.
LETTER: Bike lanes better than bike share
Re: Bike share program limping along (Aug. 7)
LETTER: Bike share system secretive on numbers
Re: Bike share program limping along (Aug. 7)
LETTER: Climate change offers economic opportunities
Re: Hamilton weather comes and goes … on and on (Aug. 7)
LETTER: Science wouldn’t mislead public on climate change
Re: Weather comes and goes … on and on (Aug. 7)
United Church protesters of MP David Sweet's Israel trip should have went to Middle East embassies
Sadly, once again ministers of the United Church of Canada showed their anti-Israel bias by protesting MP David Sweet’s recent trip to Israel.
Gord Bowes column: Climate change not limited to Hamilton
I am not an environmental scientist though I will admit up front that I have a natural bias towards science. That said, I was hard-pressed to make sense of Hamilton Mountain News editor Gord Bowes’ column.
LETTER: Retiring school trustees shouldn’t be let off hook
Unless any one of them can present a doctor’s note stating that running for re-election would not be good for their health, every one of these individuals should be made to stay around and run for another term.
LETTER: City should have spent bike cash on the HSR
City hall originally proclaimed the system would be rolled out in spring of this year.
LETTER: Hard to sympathize over Cardinal Heights
Re: Under review (July 17)
LETTER: Pro-life group wrong to target business frequented by families
Families with children do not seem likely to be the most abortion-minded people.
Ancaster's Spring Valley Arena renovation miscalculation must be record
I was not surprised to learn councillor Lloyd Ferguson was “blown away” when city staff advised him that the renovation to dressing rooms at Spring Valley Arena had jumped from $400,000 to $1.2 million.
Blame MPP McMeekin and Premier Wynne for Dundas' Parkside closure
MPP Ted McMeekin and Premier Kathleen Wynne should be thoroughly condemned for the closure of Parkside High School, the only secondary school located in downtown Dundas.
Hamilton Community News leads the way in cancer fight with Relay for Life support
Thank you to Hamilton Community News and senior editor Debra Downey for their support of the 2014 Relay for Life Ancaster Dundas and their commitment to the Canadian Cancer Society Hamilton Wentworth unit. They have joined over 70,000 others across Ontario to celebrate, remember and fight back against cancer.
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