When the 2018 Karaoke World Champions (KWC) will get underway in Finland in December, Canada might be represented — by two singers from the identical small karaoke bar in Hamilton. Hamilton residents Christine Costa and Dustin Jodway have sung their means into the KWC – the biggest and most prestigious
The city has finalized plans for aerial spraying to address a gypsy moth infestation in parts of Hamilton. City council has approved a single-source contract, within the allotted budget of $2.5 million, to spray a bio-pesticide over 2,000 hectares in West Hamilton, Ancaster, Dundas and Flamborough. READ MORE: Bid to
ArcelorMittal Dofasco has been fined more than $162,000 for discharging contaminants from a blast furnace. The Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change says the incident happened on, or around, Feb. 9, 2015. READ MORE: ArcelorMittal Dofasco disappointed with Hamilton councillor A statement by the ministry says the discharge from
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told a Hamilton town hall Wednesday that despite concerns over returning ISIS fighters, Canadians were safe in their country and could rely on the security and intelligence services to keep them that way. « Nobody searched anybody as they came through the door here, » said one questioner.
Dougie Hamilton scored 2:39 into overtime to lift the Calgary Flames over the Minnesota Wild 3-2 on Tuesday night. Micheal Ferland and Sean Monahan each had a goal and assist and Johnny Gaudreau added three assists for the Flames, who began a four-game trip with a season-high fourth straight win.
Flashy Toronto condo developer Brad Lamb can now count a starship captain among his enemies. William Shatner, famous for his role as Captain Kirk on the original Star Trek series, took Lamb to task onTwitter overnight for using the names and likenesses of some of Hollywood’s biggest stars as part of promotional
A Six Nations school is doing its part to keep Indigenous languages alive in the most modern of ways — with an app. ‘Our languages all have a beauty to them in their sound and cadence, and the melody they carry with them.’ – Tom Deer, Mohawk and Cayuga language
ArcelorMittal Dofasco says it is continuing to work with the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change to adhere to provincial regulations for all aspects of its business. The statement comes after a dark brown cloud was emitted from the Hamilton steelmaker over the Thanksgiving weekend. The incident prompted city council
City council is asking the provincial government to be more aggressive in its enforcement of air pollution issues. The demand follows an incident this past weekend when a large plume of brown smoke was sent up from ArcelorMittal Dofasco and drifted into nearby neighbourhoods. READ MORE: Air pollution causes 7,700
Stelco has filed initial paperwork to take the steelmaking company public, nearly three months after emerging from bankruptcy protection. In the filing, the company highlights what it believes to be its strengths: technologically advanced operations, low cost of doing business, strategic location and room to grow at both the Lake Erie and