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The latest on what you can and CANNOT do in social settings

Last weekend, the provincial government announced that the maximum number of people allowed at unmonitored and private social gatherings would be reduced in a continued effort to manage the spread of COVID-19…

Big changes in COVID testing for Hamilton

After yesterday’s Provincial about-turn on who should get COVID testing, Hamilton Hospitals are making major alterations to booking test. What follows is a joint communique from Hamilton Health Sciences and St.Joseph’s Healthcare:…

Remembering Hamilton’s Larry Russell

Back in the pre-digital days when phone numbers and contact information were stored on a manual card device called a Rolodex, Larry Russel had a Rolodex to kill for. Larry  had contacts…

New COVID cases above 400 but testing exceeds 40,000

Ontario is reporting 409 cases of #COVID19 as more than 41,800 tests were completed.  75 percent of the new cases were in the province’s three COVID hot spots. Locally, there are 204…

Police nab fake gunman, Seeking man wanted for two sexual assaults

In the early morning hours of Tuesday, September 22, 2020, a female victim was leaving her workplace in the area of MacNab Street North, when she noticed a male walking quickly towards…

Brampton girl identified as Hamilton’s 11th Homicide

Hamilton Police have identified Hamilton’s latest homicide victim as 20-year-old Amy Hager. Amy was the girlfriend of Shaun Chiasson and they lived together in the apartment where her body was discovered at…

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Dundas Valley Art auction ends tomorrow

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Cash and food for Hamilton Food Share

Today, Bob Bratina, Member of Parliament for Hamilton East-Stoney Creek, visited Hamilton Food Share where…

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Business

Stoney Creek window and door manufacturer hoping to add 30 skilled jobs

The company that has a large market share of residential doors and windows in Ontario…

Baywatch Legal

Your COVID19 legal questions answered by the team at Scarfone Hawkins Law

Patrick McIlhone – Associate, Practising in Corporate Commercial Law at Scarfone Hawkins LLP Q:  Can someone use COVID-19 as a an excuse to delay performance of a contractual obligation, or even cancel a contract entirely? A:  From a multimillion dollar business deal to…

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The Show Must Go On: How 2020’s NYFW Called For Creativity Beyond Couture.

Masks. Sanitation stations. Socially distanced seating. Backyard runway. Suspended catwalk across the pool. That is how Christian Siriano reimagined fall New York Fashion Week this year. When the pandemic started in mid-March and shut down factories and put seamstress jobs on hold across…

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