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Hamilton and Niagara break records for snow and cold in winter welcome
Hamilton broke the record for the most snow on Remembrance Day and saw the coldest Nov. 12 on record. The Niagara region got hit even harder, with areas receiving around 25 cm of snowfall earlier this week.
HWDSB creates anti-bullying review panel promised after Devan Selvey killing
The Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board has selected a child psychiatrist, a former COO of Hamilton Health Sciences and a past professor with expertise including anti-racism and social justice to lead a review of how it handles bullying.
Trial of Dale King, charged in the death of Yosif Al-Hasnawi, gets a surprise pause
James Matheson was to face cross-examination from defence lawyers Wednesday about what he remembers — or doesn't remember — about the night Yosif Al-Hasnawi was shot.
8 questions with new Six Nations Chief Mark Hill
The new chief of the Six Nations of the Grand River is Mark Hill. He was elected over the weekend and sworn in on Tuesday. He spoke with CBC Radio's Julianne Hazlewood.
Hamilton's basketball nomad Kia Nurse to help Canada get a step closer to Tokyo
Hamilton's Kia Nurse has traveled 20 hours across the globe from Australia to squeeze in a few days for an Olympic qualification tournament in Edmonton. She's trying to help Canada get a step closer to the Tokyo Olympics.