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Judith Bishop sees opportunity in Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board's shakeup
Trustee is doing her part to give the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board a big shakeup this fall, one she says is an opportunity for renewal.
Will the 'People's Platform' represent the voice of Hamilton's people?
A group of Hamilton citizens are trying to change the local municipal matrix and get potential politicians to listen to the public’s concerns. The Hamilton Civic League, with support from various social activist groups, such the Hamilton Chapter of the Council of Canadians, and the Campaign for Adequate Welfare and Disability, are encouraging people from across the city to participate in a series of forums over the next three months to identify the issues and possibly a vision for how they want their city to be governed over the next four years. The idea is to craft a list of issues that will become a “Peoples’ Platform” that candidates can either champion once they become councillors, or reject at their possible peril.
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Hamilton parks boss: Have to balance scenic view and erosion control at lookout points "Looks to me there are more than a few mature trees blocking the view. There are many more locations where you can get an unobstructed view of the lower city, with free parking. Clearing away the vegetation may help, as long as no erosion takes place."
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Senior of the Year just keeps going "Congratulations, Pat! Well done and well deserved! An inspiration to all of us - at any age!"
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MP David Christopherson says no again to run for Hamilton mayor’s chair
Hamilton Centre NDP MP David Christopherson remains committed to serving in Ottawa rather than taking another shot at becoming the mayor of his beloved city.
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Judith Bishop bows out after 26 years as Hamilton public board trustee
Judith Bishop's 26-year run as a public school board trustee will come to an end this fall.
Mayor Bratina says Hamilton’s next mayor will have an easier time than he did
Mayor Bob Bratina says the next Hamilton mayor will enter the position with few pressing issues facing the person, unlike what was confronting him after the 2010 mayoral race when former mayor Fred Eisenberger was defeated.
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Mayor Bratina looks to Hamilton East-Stoney Creek for federal Liberal nomination
Bratina will be eyeing a Liberal nomination for the 2015 federal election once his mayoral term is finished this November, but it won’t be in Hamilton Centre.
Toby Yull and Marc Risdale look to replace Russ Powers as Dundas councillor
Incumbent's retirement spurs on a wave of new candidates
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Stoney Creek Citizen of the Year Teresa DiFalco enters Ward 10 race
DiFalco hopes to draw on her experience in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors when she takes on incumbent councillor Maria Pearson in the Oct. 27 municipal election.
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Vince Rigitano enters race for Hamilton's Ward 11
He’s competed in numerous Boston Marathons. Now Vince Rigitano is preparing for what could be his most grueling race as he takes on Ward 11 councillor Brenda Johnson in the Oct. 27 municipal election.
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McHattie launches neighbourhood tour
Guess who’s coming to a neighbourhood near you?
Dundas race for city hall seat gets even more crowded
The candidate registration office at Hamilton city hall has been busy today.
Vanderbeek will enter race for Dundas council seat
Powers' assistant plans council campaign, third candidate steps up.
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Hitting the campaign trail
The campaign trail in Dundas is becoming crowded after Dundas councillor Russ Powers announced June 26 that he would not seek re-election.
Former Stoney Creek councillor seeks Ward 9 seat
For nine years, Doug Conley helped to decide Stoney Creek’s future as a councillor until the municipality merged with the new City of Hamilton in 2001.
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Age no obstacle for teen candidate in Stoney Creek's Ward 9
If Stoney Creek resident Cam Galindo is elected Ward 9 councillor in this fall’s municipal election, he may have to work around his current school schedule and four other jobs.
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Marie Robbins looks to take Stoney Creek's Ward 9
She has lived all of her 63 years in Stoney Creek. She taught school in the community, and she opened her flower shop where the Tim Hortons is located at King and Lake streets.
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Closures prompt Ward 7 trustee hopeful’s political plunge
Sarah Warry-Poljanski says she hopes to draw on her experience working with at-risk youth and in construction if she’s elected as Ward 7 public school trustee this fall.
A tale of two cities
Two conflicting visions of Hamilton were on stark display last week highlighting a growing solitude between the city’s urban and suburban residents and politicians.
 
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