From back left: Councillors Rob Pastua, Jason Farr. From front left, Coun. Arlene VanderBeek, MP David Sweet and Coun. Judi Partridge, pose in front...
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Ottawa providing $2.16M for 11 Canada birthday projects in Hamilton

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Anonymous opens door on secrets

Here’s what we know today about CSIS that we didn’t know before, according to the document released by hacker collective...

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Planned power outage an outrage for resident

Planned power outage in central Hamilton angers resident; Horizon says it tried to inform customers on social media

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Airspace proposal

Drones should get their own airspace, says Amazon

The company predicts that in the next decade, drone flights will vastly outnumber commercial, cargo, military, and general...

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McMaster cardiologists receive top two research grants

Eight McMaster University health researchers have received $30 million in funding from the Canadian Institutes of Health...

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Sisters overwhelmed by response in wake of topless bike ride

One of the three sisters stopped by police for cycling topless in Kitchener says she’s floored by the attention the incident...

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Ontario ombudsman André Marin calls tweets a mistake

After delivering what could be his final annual report Tuesday, Ontario’s outspoken ombudsman issued a mea culpa for...

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Bralettes, midi skirts, replacing oversized sweaters and maxi skirts in hot Google search data

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