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Bill Kelly and John Best discuss the upcoming municipal lection

The Hamilton municipal election campaign kicked off this week with the announcement by Chamber of Commerce President Keanin Loomis that he would be a candidate for Hamilton mayor. He will step down…

Local COVID cases show significant drop from a week ago

COVID case count showed continued signs of easing in Hamilton and Halton. Hamilton Public Health reported 342 new COVID cases compared to 589 a week earlier. Halton’s case count was down to…

Dundas renaming stops at Mississauga border

The vote by Mississauga Council was unanimous. On Wednesday, Mississauga’s city council voted to drop any thoughts of renaming the 15 kilometres of Dundas Street that run through that city. The Mississauga…

ROAD AHEAD LOOKS SMOOTH FOR PAVING COMPANY

The proposed relocation of the King Paving plant from Howard Road in Aldershot to 291 North Service Road generally received positive feedback at a virtual public meeting on Thursday. “We are thrilled…

Service Burlington moving upstairs

Service Burlington, located at 426 Brant St., will temporarily move to the second floor of City Hall beginning Tuesday, Feb. 1.   Under modified Step Two of the Province’s Roadmap to Re-open,…

Suspect lured, sexually assaulted 14-year-old girl: Halton Police

The Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS) – Child and Sexual Assault Unit (CASA) has arrested an adult male in regards to a sexual assault investigation involving a young girl in Oakville. From…

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Soupfest is back—COVID or no COVID

Nobody knows where we will be in terms of lockdowns in February but Soupfest will…

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Service Burlington moving upstairs

Service Burlington, located at 426 Brant St., will temporarily move to the second floor of…

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Dundas renaming stops at Mississauga border

The vote by Mississauga Council was unanimous. On Wednesday, Mississauga’s city council voted to drop…