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Photo radar program will become permanent in Hamilton

Photo radar is in Hamilton to stay. A staff report says the photo radar system has been generally effective in getting vehicles to slow down in Hamilton, but is far from being…

Mountain Climber program works: staff

The HSR Mountain climber program that allows cyclists to place their bikes on HSR buses in order to get up and down the escarpment is a success according to a staff report.…

Global could be marginalized in Shaw-Rogers deal

The proposed sale of Shaw Communications to Rogers could have negative spin off effects for Global TV and Global-owned properties like CHML in Hamilton. In a filing to the CRTC, Corus Entertainment,…

Elections Canada taking voting into hospitals

Flat on your back in hospital? Elections Canada says no problem–you can vote from your bed. Hamilton Health Sciences patient David Veri has voted in every federal election since he was 18-years-old.…

610 new COVID cases in Ontario, two deaths

The province is reporting 610 new cases of COVID-19. 458 cases, or 75 percent, are in individuals who are not fully vaccinated or have an unknown vaccination status and 152 are in…

Urban boundary issue won’t go away despite survey

You have to give credit where credit is due to the community coalition Stop Sprawl Hamilton Ontario (SSHO). They have been successful in garnering 16,600 returned questionnaires and emails opposing expansion of…

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Global could be marginalized in Shaw-Rogers deal

The proposed sale of Shaw Communications to Rogers could have negative spin off effects for…