- Toxic Waste in Hamilton: 8 Months Later
- 245 Catherine Street North Toxic Site- Tear the damn thing down. #HamOnt
- 100 Main Street West: We deserve a better solution. #HamOnt
- A Message from the Ministry of the Environment to Ward 3 Councillor Bernie Morelli
- A letter to Premier Dalton McGuinty, MPP Andrea Horwath, MPP Tim Hudak and Mayor Bob Bratina
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This infographic explains how the participatory budgeting process works, currently underway in Ward 2 (Downtown Hamilton). For more information please visit: pbhamont.ca/participate. Click on the image to view in fullscreen.
Ministry of the Environment seeking public’s help with investigation re: 350 Wentworth Street North #HamOnt
A message from the Ministry of the Environment re: 350 Wentworth Street North in Hamilton: The Ministry of the Environment’s investigation is continuing into the discovery of waste drums concealed behind a basement wall at 350 Wentworth Street North, Hamilton. … Continue reading
An update from Jennifer Hall, Ministry of the Environment on 350 Wentworth Street North: “Today, acting on information provided by current owners, Ministry of the Environment staff entered a building at 350 Wentworth Street North,Hamilton and confirmed a large quantity of … Continue reading
The Ontario Lotto and Gaming corporation spent over half a billion dollars in the 2009 fiscal year on advertising, marketing and ‘comps’ for ‘high rollers’. If you go to a movie in the theatres right now, you’ll see an extended … Continue reading
Usual suspect. Rabblerouser. The Vocal Minority. Nimby. Obstructionists. The Anti-everything crowd. This is the dogwhistle language of civic engagement in Hamilton, Ontario. The first time you speak up, as a citizen, you’re rightly considered a concerned citizen. But if you … Continue reading
An excellent video by Mark Van Noord of last night’s Casino consultation meeting at Hamilton City Hall. For more information on the debate, please visit yestohamilton.ca
Summer time is always typically a time when our local food banks are very low on donations. Here’s a number of ways you can help: You can drop off non-perishables for local food banks at the following locations all month: … Continue reading
100 Main Street West, the soon-to-be-demolished Education Centre, has made Heritage Canada Foundation’s annual top ten list of endangered places. A demolition permit has been issued for the building as a condition of sale between the Hamilton Wentworth District School … Continue reading
Join us for a peaceful protest against School Closures this coming Tuesday June 19th, starting at 5 pm at 100 Main Street West. Please bring a sign, as well as a non-perishable food item for donation to local food banks.
Hamilton’s Integrity Comissioner has ruled that Mayor Bob Bratina violated Council’s code of conduct in his handling of his Chief of Staff’s raise. The Integrity Commissioner’s report can be found here.