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Hamilton's capital reserves dwindling
The good news for Hamilton: the city had a budget surplus last year. The bad news: the city’s reserves are being eaten up and finance staff expects a shortfall in how Hamilton finances its capital projects by 2015.
Hamilton city hall is getting accessibility facelift
Five years after Hamilton City Hall was renovated, politicians agreed this week to spend another $350,000 to make the facility accessible as required under the province’s Accessibility for Ontario with Disabilities Act (AODA) and to meet the city’s own barrier-free guidelines.

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Sunday, April, 20, 2014 - 4:04:04 PM
Union Gas looks to expand Flamborough pipelines "Pipeline Expansion Linked to Fracking in Ontario The Tangled Web of Tarsands Expansion The "shift in where the supplies are coming from" TCP Approval The present gas pipeline supplying Eastern Canada is, like Line 9 being converted in order to"
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Friday, April, 11, 2014 - 4:04:46 PM
POLICE DAILY-APRIL 10: E-bike driver attempts to elude Hamilton police "That 19 year old will have to have a huge bank account after his fine and insurance goes up."
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Wednesday, April, 02, 2014 - 2:02:35 AM
Delegations on future of West Flamborough schools will be heard April 29 "We have the highest EQAO performance for Grade 3 in HWDSB We have a 100-year tradition 41 year tradition for Turkey & Skate 25 year tradition for Go for Green We have children that deserve to get to school within 45 minutes each day -- we don"
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Study to assess climate change impact in Hamilton
The city is already nearly one degree warmer than it was 40 years ago, and it is getting more rain to boot.
Hamiton received $789K in slots revenues
The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation this week issued a fourth-quarter (January to March, 2014) non-tax gaming revenue payment of $798,089 to the City of Hamilton for hosting OLG Slots at Flamboro Downs. To date, Hamilton has received more than $60.3 million in non-tax gaming revenue.
ALL WORK AND NO PLAY: Nothing is guaranteed, not even a private pension
If you’re enrolled in a pension plan, chances are your money is safe. Maybe.
ALL WORK AND NO PLAY: Can you afford to retire?
No one ever said growing old in Ontario would be easy.
St. Mary robotics team competing at World Championships
The St. Mary Catholic Secondary School robotics team is competing against the best in the World – at the FIRST World Championships in St. Louis, MO.
Waterdown StreetFest is a go
The Waterdown Arts and Music StreetFest will be a go – albeit in a scaled-down fashion.
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Community supports Waterdown's Kondrat family after tragedy
“I just want to thank them and let them know they really made a difference.”
Photo courtesy of Truckload Carriers Association
Waterdown trucker has the face of a Highway Angel
A Waterdown truck driver, along with another trucker from Minnesota, has been credited for delivering a baby in an unusual location and saving his life.
Transport Canada to study PFOS as Hamilton airport
Transport Canada is planning to study the effects of toxic chemical PFOS later this year that has spread from the Hamilton Airport and invaded the surrounding environment and wildlife.
Ontario injects $4 million into McMaster biomedical facility
If Hamilton is to survive economically in the fierce global marketplace it has to shed its heavy manufacturing shell and develop a more diverse financial environment with world-renowned partners.
Seniors take advantage of Hamilton police gun amnesty program
A gun amnesty initiated by Hamilton police is triggering seniors to get rid of their old weapons.
Dundas, Ancaster shine at heritage awards
When the Hamilton Heritage Recognition Awards were created about seven years ago, local heritage activists wanted to show the public that preserving a community’s history was a positive experience for everybody.
Still time to vote for worst roads in Hamilton
The votes are being tallied for Ontario’s worst road, and Burlington Street is a contender again.
Hamilton cemeteries manager blames vandals for tossed tombstones
A city boss says he “blew a gasket” when he learned that veterans’ tombstones had been dumped over a bluff at Woodland Cemetery, but is suggesting vandals or private companies are to blame.
Mac Christie, Review
Freelton's Rescued and Restored provides furniture - and skill
Need a new piece of furniture or décor at a reasonable price? Want to help out the women of Drummond House?
POLICE DAILY-April 17: Hamilton police investigate arson, robbery, driving incidents
Today's (April 17) police press release includes a variety of incidents, including a suspected arson and dangerous driving charges.
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