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Who knew? Discarded Cellular Phones Creating Unnecessary 911 Calls

The Halton Regional Police Service has issued a public notice advising that that discarded cell phones are not appropriate toys for young children. A cellular phone that is no longer connected to…

No growth in Halton new COVID cases as tougher restrictions are considered

As the province’s health officials and the Premier and Health Minister mull over the fate of Halton and Durham region Halton recorded 31 new cases of COVID d today, down 4 cases…

Hamilton starts working on 2021 budget

Hamilton  Councillors will get their first look at the 2021 budget next week. It will be the first in a long schedule of meetings that are set to run to March 31…

Nann calls for reconsideration of Kroetsch censure

Ward three councillor Nrinder Nann will introduce a motion at next week’s City Council meeting to reconsider the September 30th Council resolution reprimanding Hamilton activist Cameron Kroetsch for allegedly breaching the Hamilton…

COVID 19 could challenge Ontario’s Growth strategy

 It’s starting to sound trite, but COVID-19 has radically changed the way many people live and work. Six months into this pandemic, these changes are producing interesting conversations about the potential of…

Another record set as new COVID cases exceed 1,000

Ontario is reporting 1,042 cases of #COVID19 with nearly 38,800 tests completed. It is the second straight day the province has set a new record for newly-reported COVID cases.There are 309 new…

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Intimate Partner Assault-Help is available

Halton Regional Police issued an important message about domestic violence, In early September, the Halton…

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City celebrates small business week and 50 years of Business Improvement Areas

This week, the City of Hamilton is marking small business week by celebrating 50 years…

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Joe Biden Campaign rolling in money

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The legal team at Scarfone Hawkins answers your questions related to COVID

Q: With the possibility of a second wave of COVID-19 on the horizon, how do I maintain shared custody and parenting of my kids? Managing shared custody and parenting arrangements can be challenging even without a global pandemic adding disruption, confusion and uncertainty…

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Hamilton starts working on 2021 budget

Hamilton  Councillors will get their first look at the 2021 budget next week. It will be the first in a long schedule of meetings that are set to run to March 31 2021 when it is expected the budget will get approval. Staff…