NYCs Transit Works Issue Ten Point Plan, Should Hamilton’s ATU Do Something Similar

Could launching a plan to fix the current HSR help breath life into the ATU’s LRT campaign? Or would highlighting the many shortcomings of HSR upper management further undermine the LRT campaign?

The reality is the HSR is in crisis, and with some Councillors now openly talking about the HSR’s multi-million dollar deficit, the time for a transit discussion has arrived in Hamilton.

EDITORS NOTE: Photos Removed Under YCJA

Two of the accused are under the age of 16, and are charged under the Youth Criminal Justice Act, and any publication that could lead to their identification is a violation of Section 110 of the Act.

From The Joey Coleman Archives: The Youth Criminal Justice Act and Twitter photos

This post was originally published on February 19, 2012 on JoeyColeman.ca

Thursday evening, one of the Hamilton police ACTION teams interrupted their dinner at The Baltimore House to break-up what they thought was a drug deal in progress. What looked like a drug deal turned out to be one youth tagging a building with two friends blocking them from view. A citizen in The Baltimore House took a picture of the officer’s yellow jackets and posted it to Twitter. The focus – that officers interrupted their dinner to stop a crime in progress. In the background the police officers are involved with suspects.