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Indoor dining could be back by end of month, other restrictions could be loosened as well

CTV is reporting that  Ontario will allow restaurants to reopen at 50 per cent capacity on Jan. 31 as part of the province’s plan to lift restrictions over the next few weeks,…

Hamilton reports seven COVID deaths overnight, 14 in past week

Hamilton Public Health is reporting 399 new COVID cases and seven deaths in a single day. COVID hospitalizations dropped by 40 to 270 as local hospitals transferred out some patients and others…

TRUSTEE FAILS TO STOP PRIDE FLAG DURING ANGRY DEBATE

   It was clear from the very start of Tuesday night’s meeting that Vince Iantomasi had no intention of supporting the motion to raise the Pride flag over Catholic schools. Hours later,…

Two more GO-VAXX bus opportunities for Burlington

Two GO-VAXX Indoor Walk-In Clinics will be coming to Burlington on Saturday, Jan. 22 and Saturday, Feb. 5. Both GO-VAXX Indoor Walk-In Clinics will take place at Sherwood Forest Park.  No appointment…

Omicron may have hit its peak: Ontario Health officials

Amid some criticism from media and at least some health circles that it might be coming too soon, Health Minister Christine Elliott reiterated that there will be some relaxation of the current…

The race is on: Keanin Loomis announces his candidacy for mayor

The 2022 Mayoralty race has officially begun with the announcement by Hamilton Chamber of Commerce President Keanin Loomis announcing he is stepping down from the Chamber to run for Mayor of Hamilton.…

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Remembering Ronnie Spector

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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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Ron Foxcroft takes aim at Feds’ flip-flop on cross border trucking vaccine mandate

Ron Foxcroft, the Chairman, Founder and CEO of Fox 40 International, and CEO and Chairman…

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