Bobby Hristova

Reporter/Editor

Bobby Hristova is a reporter/editor with CBC Hamilton. Email: bobby.hristova@cbc.ca

Latest from Bobby Hristova

Hamilton city councillor got racist, threatening messages after deadly U.S. Capitol riot

Ward 3 Councillor Nrinder Nann's office reported violent and threatening messages to Hamilton police and is calling for a deeper investigations that includes local hate groups in Hamilton.

HWDSB asks mayor, Ford and Trudeau for 'clear and timely decisions' about remote learning

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board asked all three levels of government for a direct answer about if remote learning will be extended, pandemic pay for educators teaching special needs students in person and for more support to marginalized families, specifically single mothers.

Six Nations elected council expresses condolences after death of entrepreneur Ken Hill

Hill, who is most known as co-owner of Grand River Enterprises, died in Miami, Fla.

At least 183 hospital staff and doctors in Hamilton are self-isolating from COVID-19

There are 824 people known to have COVID-19 in Hamilton right now.

Niagara police investigating double homicide after 2 women found in Fort Erie home

Niagara police are investigating a double homicide after finding two women dead inside a Fort Erie home.

Six Nations entrepreneur Ken Hill dies in Florida

Ken Hill, a prominent businessman from Six Nations of the Grand River and co-owner of the Grand River Enterprises cigarette company, has died in Miami, Fla., the company has confirmed.

Developer pledges condos at Cannon Knitting Mills will be done in next 3 years

After more than a decade of uncertainty, the Cannon Knitting Mills are expected to become condos with tenants in the next two or three years, says the developer who has owned the property since 2016.

Ontario has a stay-at-home order, so why are 5 movies filming in Hamilton?

While Ontario government has asked the public to stay home and only leave when it is essential, it has also approved production crews to film five movies in Hamilton.

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.

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