Conservative Party leadership contender MP Kellie Leitch

Conservative Party leadership hopeful Kellie Leitch spoke to the Macdonald-Cartier Club of Hamilton Feb. 16 at Carmen's C-Hotel, focusing on her proposed changes to Canada's immigration system.

Development site

A presentation panel shows the proposed development site at 860 Queenston Road, which neighbours the Battlefield Square Plaza, residences on Blanmora Drive, Battlefield Creek and Stoney Creek Optimist Little League park.

Graffiti on the mountain

Hamilton politicians have asked staff for an updated graffiti management strategy to increase enforcement of taggers, while also protecting victims. Graffiti was found on a mail box and wall on Lawson Street on the mountain Feb. 13.

Battlefield Creek

The trail is scheduled to be closed at Green Acres Park by Randall Avenue from Feb. 13 to 17. The temporary shutdown is to allow for completion of phase one of restoration and stabilization of slopes along Battlefield Creek, which runs from King Street East to Queenston Road.

SportHamilton receives Ontario Trillum grant

SportHamilton's Kevin Gonci and Helen Downey (left), received a plaque Feb. 16 from Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath and Russ Powers, chairman Ontario Trillium Foundation, Hamilton review, in recognition of the $39,000 Trillium grant that was provided to the organization. On the right is Ron Foxcroft, CEO of Fox 40.

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