Bobby Hristova


Bobby Hristova is a reporter/editor with CBC Hamilton. Email:

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Moderna vaccine will start being used in Hamilton on Saturday

Hamilton has expanded mandatory masking to some outdoor activities as it struggles to keep track of the status of people with the virus.

Hamilton school for students with special needs remains closed after COVID-19 case

Glenwood School, which has 21 students with pervasive special needs, is staying closed after a student tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday.

COVID-19 case at central library in Hamilton, as HPL introduces Grab and Go bags

A staff member at the central library in Hamilton tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday.

Hamilton anti-racism advocates concerned about how stay-at-home order will be enforced

Anti-racism advocates are concerned about how the city, police and the province will enforce its 28-day stay-at-home order.

Stay-at-home order is 'very necessary' to stop COVID-19: Hamilton medical officer of health

The city of Hamilton is awaiting more detail about how it will enforce Ontario's 28-day stay-at-home order that comes into effect at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday, drawing questions from residents and councillors.

Brantford police investigate billboard depicting Justin Trudeau beside image of Hitler

Police in Brantford, Ont. are actively investigating a billboard depicting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wearing a Nazi uniform standing beside Adolf Hitler.

Hamilton Health Sciences battling 7 COVID-19 outbreaks

Hamilton Health Sciences is fighting three COVID-19 outbreaks at three of its facilities — and those facilities are also dealing with multiple outbreaks.

Former hospital CEO who went on Dominican vacation to get more than $1M payout

The head of a Hamilton hospital network who vacationed in the Dominican Republic over the holidays amid warnings not to travel during the COVID-19 pandemic has been fired without cause and is entitled to 24 months of pay, amounting to more than $1 million.

Hamilton receives $189K for vaccine refrigerators, $6M for COVID-19 costs from Ontario

Hamilton Public Health Services is receiving $189,000 for fridges to store COVID-19 vaccines and $6 million for "extraordinary costs" related to the pandemic.

31 people in Hamilton, Burlington and nearby areas receive wrong COVID-19 results

Thirty-one people in Hamilton received the wrong COVID-19 results because of what the Hamilton Regional Laboratory Medicine Program (HRLMP) is calling a "processing error."