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COVID numbers down from previous day

Ontario recorded 116 new cases of COVID19 overnight, down from 124 in the previous 24-hour period. There was one death recorded as well....


Snowbird who died was former broadcast journalist

The Snowbird Crash in Kamloops yesterday claimed the life of a talented Canadian Forces communicator. Capt. Jennifer Casey, a public affairs officer for...


New hard-hitting political ad released

The anti Trump website Meidas Touch has released a new ad juxtaposing clips from Barack Obama and Donald Trump.


HSR faces big ridership challenges as it gears up for service transformation

In the 2023 budget presentation, the HSR predicted bus ridership would return to pre-pandemic levels—roughly 21 million rides per year—sometime this summer. There...


Multi-Million dollar fire destroys Winona townhouse complex

At least 11 townhouse units are charred rubble today as the result of a massive fire that  tore through a  row of townhomes...


CERB benefit extended for 8 more weeks

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has made it official that the Canada Emergency Response Benefit program will be extended by eight weeks, meaning those...


Opinion: Unresolved questions surround Consumption and Treatment Services Site selection in Ward Three

Hamilton’s Board of Health agrees that there are unresolved questions about critical issues concerning the selection of Consumption and Treatment services (CTS) sites,...


Masks on buses mandatory, other HSR changes

At their regular COVID briefing, Mayor Fred Eisenberger, Medical Officer of Health Dr. Elizabeth Richardson, and Head of health and safety Paul Johnson...


Local players shine at the World Baseball Classic

One learned how to hit in an abandoned warehouse in east Burlington. The other toed the rubber as a kid in the Stoney...


Doug Ford Slams Mississauga Mayor over Bill 23

At the end of an announcement about provincial and federal  funding to municipal transit systems, Premier Doug Ford took off on a rant...