Articles from June, 2005

Word on the Street
Ben rattles the bars of his subterranean cage in this month's WOTS.
by Ben Bull
Published June 16, 2005 in Events (1 comment)

My Trip to Hamilton City Hall
With all these unhappy residents and all this new information, it seemed obvious that the Councillors would vote to delay the aerotropolis amendment...
by Ben Bull
Published June 16, 2005 in Accidental Activist (1 comment)

People Places (Part II)
If we cannot become a real community we can never again be a proper town.
by Ben Bull
Published June 16, 2005 in Accidental Activist (0 comments)

Buchanans' First Home
An RTH reader provides some history on the Buchanan family.
by Letter to the Editor
Published June 16, 2005 in Letters (0 comments)

Slippery Slope: Oil after the Global Peak (Peak Oil, Part I)
As we head into the summer driving season, it seems a good time to take stock of the issue of oil production.
by Ryan McGreal
Published June 16, 2005 in Special Report: Peak Oil (0 comments)

Getting Off the GRIDS
A massive urban expansion is being executed under the auspices of a strategy that is supposed to prevent such madness.
by Ryan McGreal
Published June 16, 2005 in Special Report: Aerotropolis (2 comments)

Boxes Inside Boxes
The big box model destroys the possibility of any street life in its surroundings.
by Ryan McGreal
Published June 16, 2005 in Editorial (0 comments)

Centre Maul: Revitalization or Destruction?
We may be seeing the grand renovation of the centre mall into the form of - get ready for it - a big box power centre.
by Jason Leach
Published June 16, 2005 in Downtown Bureau (22 comments)

Taking Life from the Gore?
Shouldn't the city be promoting the huge potential of Gore Park? Apparently the Downtown Hamilton BIA doesn't think so.
by Jason Leach
Published June 16, 2005 in Downtown Bureau (0 comments)

How to be a Scientist
Anyone can think like a scientist, and I urge you to try it because there is precious little good scientific thinking around.
by Ted Mitchell
Published June 16, 2005 in Ideas (6 comments)

Getting Back on Track
If Hamilton wants to begin the process of intensification, then it must start with transit.
by Trey Shaughnessy
Published June 16, 2005 in Suburban Bureau (1 comment)

City to recommend a new 40 km/h School Zone
Gordon Price and St. Vincent de Paul schools will get a new School Zone posted area if the city's recommendation goes ahead.
by Trey Shaughnessy
Published June 16, 2005 in Suburban Bureau (0 comments)

Cafe on the Bay
The menu at Café on the Bay puts the focus right where it belongs - health and taste.
by Jason Leach
Published June 16, 2005 in Reviews (1 comment)

(Stair)case Closed
The Staircase was never just a business, but grew into a bona fide community centre, filling an important niche as a home for independent thought and expression.
by Ryan McGreal
Published June 16, 2005 in Editorial (0 comments)

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