The non-profit organization that once operated Hamilton's bike share program has made a pitch to Uber to be able to manage the program.
Three Haldimand-Norfolk migrant farm workers are in hospital with symptoms of COVID-19, and one has tested positive for the virus.
Join our Facebook Live Monday at noon with Coun. Nrinder Nann and SoBi user Zoe Branigan-Pipe. We'll talk about the decision by council not to fund SoBi bikes after Uber, the company that owned SoBi until recently, decided to pull out from its contract with the city.
Ontario's Office of the Chief Coroner will hold an inquest into the death of Samuel Brown, a deaf and blind teen who died at a provincially-run school for the blind in Brantford.
Parents are fuming after a summer camp cancelled from in-person activities to virtual ones without offering refunds. Many other summer camps have had to cancel due to COVID-19.
While there is still no direct clinical evidence that proves exactly how protective homemade masks are, one recent literature review from Hamliton researchers suggests they may help more than they will hurt.
A Kitchener man is charged with stunt driving after Hamilton police say he was clocked driving 144 km/h in an 80 km/h zone with cannabis products scattered around his seat.
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A Thorold teen is facing charges after Niagara police say he cut an officer with the K9 unit while trying to stab his dog.
There are 185 people in Hamilton who have COVID-19 right now, down from the roughly 240 active cases the city had when the pandemic was at its peak here.