Julia Chapman

Julia Chapman is a radio and television producer for CBC Toronto. With CBC since 2010, she was one of the first reporters to work out of CBC Hamilton. Julia is proud alumni of both Ryerson University and the University of Guelph. When she's not in the newsroom, Julia loves to travel and explore big cities around the globe and try out new recipes in her kitchen. Most of all, she loves exploring her hometown, Toronto, and enjoying what every pocket of the city has to offer.

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'It's an upward battle:' Hamilton vets talk about struggle with PTSD

In late 2013, five former or current Canadian Forces soldiers took their own lives. All suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder. CBC Hamilton spoke to four local veterans who live with the debilitating condition about how it has affected their lives.

Dofasco air emission case put over to March 2014

ArcelorMittal Dofasco was slapped with 13 air emission violations from the Ministry of the Environment earlier this year. A pre-trial date was set for March of next year.

Where are Hamilton's women leaders?

Two new initatives are taking aim at finding, inspiring and helping new female leaders. to make up for what participants say is a lack of women's voices at decision-making tables around this city.

Mohawk set to transfer Brantford campus to Six Nations Polytechnic

The new space would help Six Nations Polytechnic position themselves as a leader in indigenous education, president says.

Hamilton bylaw aims to rein in industrial emissions

The city will create a bylaw to restrict fine particulate matter, known to harm the respiratory system.

Is Hamilton getting enough out of its airport?

Disappointing revenue and too few passenger flights have Ward 5 councillor Chad Collins seeking a review of the city's lease with TradePort.

McMaster researchers zone in on 'best performing' bone marrow stem cells

Mick Bhatia, professor and scientific director of the McMaster Stem Cell and Cancer Research Institute, found those stem cells are found in the ends of the bone, and hopes to improve bone marrow transplants.

Ontario's first vegan food truck hits Hamilton streets

Find Chase and Cindy Thomson driving around with smiling faces in their big, green Karma ChaMEALeon truck.

Hamilton company named as one of most eco-friendly worldwide

REfficient made B Lab's Best for the World list Wednesday for making a positive environmental impact.

Neighbours say Enbridge has been 'good' to them

CBC Hamilton took a drive close to Line 9 to speak to residents who live along the pipeline. Enbridge has been a good neighbour, many say.

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