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Hamilton to roll out 55 new buses: MPP
The City of Hamilton will be getting new buses – as part of a partnership with 12 other Ontario municipalities.
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ADFW MP David Sweet reflects on harrowing events on Parliament Hill
Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale MP David Sweet said the harrowing shooting at Parliament Hill in Ottawa Wednesday was very shocking and surprising.
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Advance poll numbers up in Hamilton
More Hamiltonians turned out to vote at the five advance polls this fall than at in the 2010 advance polls.
Brenda Jefferies, Review
Minoe.com pond spreads to Flamborough
When it comes to the needs of her family – from organizing a bake sale to finding a good music teacher for her kids – mom knows best. And, even better, she is more than happy to share that knowledge with other mothers.
Hamilton book of condolences for fallen soldier
Mayor Bob Bratina this morning announced that residents of Hamilton can sign a Book of Condolences at city hall in honour of fallen Corporal Nathan Cirillo.
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Beverly Building Supplies burns in massive fire
Firefighters spent hours battling a large blaze at a building supply company on Valens Road and Highway 8 in Flamborough.
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Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale MP Sweet applauds Hill security
Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale Conservative MP David Sweet is applauding security forces for their quick reaction after gun shots rang out at the National War Memorial and on Parliamentary Hill in Ottawa Oct. 22 striking a soldier.
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Hamilton Argylls soldier dies in Ottawa attack
The Hamilton reservist shot and killed while standing guard before the National War Memorial in Ottawa has been identified as Cpl.Nathan Cirillo.
Victim, suspect dead after Ottawa shooting
OTTAWA — Ottawa police say the Canadian Forces soldier injured in a shooting at the National War Memorial has died of his injuries.
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Greensville resident takes part in UN climate change march
A Greensville man took part in the world’s largest-ever climate change march Sept. 21, one of the more than 300,000 people that took to the streets of New York City.
Brenda Jefferies, Review
Flamborough Chamber pleased with debate format
More than 250 Flamborough residents turned out to hear what candidates in the Oct. 27 municipal election had to say at a debate hosted by the Flamborough Chamber of Commerce at Waterdown District High School on Thursday, Oct. 16.
Brenda Jefferies, Review
Flamborough candidates address the issues at Waterdown debate
Questions on taxes, government transparency, seniors’ programming and the relationship between city council and the local school boards were posed to a panel of Ward 14 and 15 candidates at the Flamborough Chamber of Commerce all candidates debate at Waterdown District High School last Thursday. But it was issues surrounding area development and transportation that became a recurring theme for the evening.
Hamilton mayoral candidates resort to attacks during Flamborough debate
It may be that familiarity does breed contempt, especially after so many mayoral debates in a short time span.
Eisenberger says opponents ignoring money-saving ideas for Hamilton
Hamilton mayoral candidate Fred Eisenberger has castigated his two main opponents, Brad Clark and Brian McHattie, for sitting on their hands, while ignoring potentially lucrative saving opportunities that could improve city services to suburban areas.
People's Platform director says proposals don't address all Hamiltonians
Norman Kearney, campaign director of the People’s Platform acknowledged during a news conference last week the organization could have done things differently to encourage more people to participate in the venture.
Hamilton candidates debate variable development charges
Hamilton mayoral candidate Fred Eisenberger has been championing the introduction of a variable development charge to spur construction on in-fill lands, while discouraging building on precious greenfields and curtailing urban sprawl.
Hamilton mayoral candidate Clark refutes claims campaign too negative
Mayoral candidate Brad Clark is refuting claims his campaign has been going negative against his opponents, particularly against former mayor Fred Eisenberger.
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Hamilton police seek volunteers to assist victims of crime, trauma
Brenda Sharpe and Paul Almas say answering a call from the victim services branch of the Hamilton Police Service is a humbling experience.
 
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