Carole Paikin Miller made a code of conduct complaint against Maria Felix Miller, Cam Galindo and Paul Tut for supporting a student trustee who said someone on the board used a racial slur.
Hospital and city officials are making preparations and closely monitoring COVID-19 cases in Hamilton as it reaches a "critical point" on the brink of a second wave of COVID-19.
Hamilton's public school board is delaying the first day elementary students could have switched between online and in-person learning due to a number of roadblocks it has faced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kids sitting in foldable lawn chairs outside sounds like a scene out of a camping movie, but for students and teachers at Dundas Central Elementary School, it's a normal school day during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The spokesperson for the 1492 Land Back Lane reclamation camp in Caledonia, Ont., says the Ontario Provincial Police have a warrant for his arrest.
Early this year Gerald Catt discovered that his credentials were on documents confirming the safety of mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems he didn't know existed.
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Hamilton is following Ontario in entering the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, with 41 new cases here over the weekend, says the city's medical officer of health.
Two students in the Niagara region have tested positive for COVID-19.
Police say a vehicle seen going through several red lights Monday night ended up crashing into the front window of a Hamilton restaurant.