The leader of the Official Opposition says the numbers the province used to cancel Hamilton's light-rail transit (LRT) project don't add up to the numbers in a consultant report used to justify the cancellation.
Hamilton city councillors will vote Monday whether to renew a physical distancing bylaw that quietly lapsed in late July.
Advocates say an injunction barring the city from forcing homeless people living in encampments to move has been extended.
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COVID-19 forced a three-month halt to TV and film productions in Hamilton this year, but one new high-profile Netflix production showcases the city's versatility — The Umbrella Academy.
The Rosslyn is the site of Hamilton's deadliest COVID-19 outbreak. All but two of the 66 people living there and 22 staff members tested positive for the virus.
Ontario Provincial Police say the 24-year-old Hamilton man, who went missing in the Grand River on Wednesday, has been found dead.
A graduate student is the fourth person to be implicated in the McMaster University's investigation into sexual misconduct allegations among faculty within the psychology, neuroscience and behaviour department.
The Supreme Court of Canada will hear an appeal in the case of Peter Khill, a Hamilton-area homeowner who was acquitted after shooting and killing an Indigenous man in his driveway.
Six Nations demonstrators have returned to a housing development in Caledonia less than 24 hours after a clash with police that saw several people arrested.