The Bay Observer, founded in print in 2008, has now firmly established itself as a news, opinion, and informational resource to those residing in Hamilton, Burlington, and the Golden-Horseshoe. We remain committed to providing in-depth coverage of this region’s stories, while adhering to a high-standard of layout and design for the benefit of our readers and advertisers alike.
Standing by this commitment, we are now pleased to announce the re-launch of our website, bayobserver.ca – a site that, we hope, you will be sure to “bookmark” and visit regularly.
Highlights of BayObserver.ca include:
News: All the important events and stories that impact our region, ranging from the local, to the national, and international. Drawing on the uniquely multicultural character of the Bay area, we will examine these issues from the vantage point of our distinct perspective.
Opinion: Our community is never short on opinions and our tradition of providing a platform for voices in our community will continue at the bayobserver.ca. This will be in addition to award winning editorial cartoons by Aislin. Moreover, this forum for our community’s thoughts and opinions extends to the ability to leave comments on all our postings and in submitted articles.
Events: This feature acts as a listing that readers can access to learn of and submit upcoming happenings in the region. After the event, please send us your pictures to have them can published online!
Business Directory: A directory of all commercial and non-commercial organizations in our community. To be continuously compiled, as well as easily accessed for all information on local businesses and services.
Best of the Bay: This feature puts a spotlight on the best entertainment, restaurants, recreation, and hobbies (whether it is auto or tech gadgets). This will include our popular “Experts” series, a feature that allows expert representatives of our advertisers to share tips and advice.
Now available, the bayobserver.ca your source for Business, Sports, Technology, Politics, Lifestyle and Arts&Culture. Tell us what you think!