We often hear when these situations are not resolved – be it YouTube videos or SIU press releases, yet what happened the other night is the norm. The situation is resolved, the media doesn’t report it (primarily to not cause anguish to the person who was in distress), and you never know it happened.
Hamilton’s LRT project is facing many new road blocks as City Hall mismanagement of the HSR, and Hamilton’s rising rental costs are combining to build new opposition to the project. Was Andrea Horwath reflecting this in her LRT comments last week?
The City of Hamilton’s Elections Manager Tony Fallis states in emails to City Councillors that the City of Hamilton will be issuing a public statement later today regarding “inaccuracies” in our recent article about the City’s attempts to hire Elections Day staff and pay them less than minimum wage.
The Hamilton Fire Department responded shortly after 3:45pm Saturday afternoon for a single vehicle fire on Hughson Street North. Our Joey Coleman happened to be at Dr. Disc for Record Store Day when the fire began and captured these photos.
Though hardly fool-proof, the new Plan’s policies aim to encourage applications for tall buildings on larger sites, such as parking lots, that can readily accommodate them, without unduly impeding the reasonable development of other sites.