Premier Kathleen Wynne has committed to fund the full cost of LRT in Hamilton, Mayor Fred Eisenberger says. But is the premier fully on board for LRT or just rapid transit? audio
With thousands of city employees currently without contracts and in bargaining, the city is preparing back-up plans in case one of more of its unions— including transit drivers, landscapers, garbage collectors, and others — are on strike for the 2015 Pan Am Games.
Workers concerned about response times and security at downtown centre
Trailer for "Reunion of Giants" shows Hamilton's bomber plane from its UK tour last summer
City staff will spend about $100,000 to get rid of the transit lane
'Case workers are gods. They control every cent you get'
Bantleman, Tjiong could face up to 15 years in prison if convicted in alleged sex assault of children
The woman was charged with assault level one and mischief under $5,000
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Chris Farias on the bus lane as a goldfish and LRT as a puppy
Hamilton's Ferguson protest Black, Brown and Red Lives Matter takes place on Dec. 1
Myrie: It's time for election reform
Chris Farias on how we show people why voting really matters
How can individual Muslims foster understanding and dispel fears of Islam?
The city’s report proposes a 13-kilometre light rail transit line
Hamilton receives proportionatally lower funding for special needs students
The mayor is looking forward to a 'positive session with the premier'
Alternatives to morphine considered safer for post-op care for kids with sleep apnea