Adam Carter

Reporter, CBC Hamilton

Adam Carter is a Newfoundlander who now calls Hamilton home. He enjoys a good story and playing loud music in dank bars. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamCarterCBC or drop him an email at adam.carter@cbc.ca.

Latest from Adam Carter

'Isabelle' is your next horrific made-in-Hamilton movie

This new horror film is the latest to prominently feature Hamilton.

Councillors investigating putting a stop to yellow vest protests

Hamilton councillors are instructing the city manager to investigate what can be done to stop protests by yellow vesters and other far-right groups in the city hall forecourt.

Massive film and TV hub planned for Barton-Tiffany Lands

Representatives from the city and a new studio group have announced plans to build a massive film and TV hub on the Barton-Tiffany Lands in central Hamilton.

Man gunned down in Stoney Creek tied to organized crime, sources say

A man who was shot multiple times at his home in Stoney Creek over the weekend has ties to organized crime, multiple sources have confirmed to CBC News.

Man shot multiple times overnight in Stoney Creek

Hamilton police are investigating after a man was shot multiple times in Stoney Creek overnight.

'Hateful' protest at Hamilton Pride event condemned

Supporters of Hamilton's LGBTQ community are denouncing the actions of "vitriolic" protesters after a physical confrontation broke out between opposing groups at the Hamilton Pride festival at Gage Park on Saturday.

3 new Ontario songs you need to hear this week

Check out new music from The Dirty Nil, Lydia Persaud and Taylor Knox.

Legal clinic cuts aim to quash resistance to province's agenda, Hamilton director says

A series of "targeted" and "politically motivated" cuts to legal clinics across Ontario are the provincial government's way of making sure its agenda can't be challenged, says the head of the Hamilton Community Legal Clinic.

Wesley Day Centre community hub forced to close

The Wesley Day Centre — a community hub for people experiencing homelessness and precarious housing that has been running in Hamilton for over 20 years — is closing its doors this summer.

Province slashing millions in Celebrate Ontario tourism funding

The cuts are being felt by cultural organizations across the province, big and small.

3 new Ontario songs you need to hear this week

Check out new music from Cat Clyde, Mawzy, and Warez.

Hamilton festivals reeling after provincial funding cut

Some of the Hamilton’s biggest summer festivals say they have been blindsided after discovering they will not receive funding from the province this year through the Celebrate Ontario grant.

75 years later, Hamilton woman thanks D-Day soldiers for her life

Jennifer Street was just seven-years-old on D-Day. She wants those who served to know how thankful she is for their sacrifice.

MPP links D-Day sacrifice to booze in corner stores debate

A Progressive Conservative MPP is under fire for a tweet linking the 75th anniversary of D-Day to the ongoing debate over alcohol sales in corner stores.

What alcohol coming to corner stores means when you're an alcoholic

David Brace has been sober for two years, six months and four days. Now, he says, the province's move to put alcohol in corner stores is weighing heavily on him.