Articles from July, 2005

Downtown Hamilton Investment Plan
It City Council can scrape up $100 million to expand the urban boundary, it can afford to invest in the core.
by Jason Leach
Published July 01, 2005 in Downtown Bureau (5 comments)

Downtown Update
Jason Leach takes you on a whirlwind tour of current events downtown.
by Jason Leach
Published July 01, 2005 in Events (0 comments)

Attack of the Clones
Hamilton is in grave danger of becoming another clone town like every other boring suburb from here to Laval, QC.
by Jason Leach
Published July 01, 2005 in Downtown Bureau (3 comments)

A Real Transport Hub
The city's $100 million aerotropolis investment will "lock in" a system that is inherently less efficient than available alternatives, saddling Hamilton with infrastructure that will make it less competitive in the future.
by Ryan McGreal
Published July 01, 2005 in Special Report: Aerotropolis (0 comments)

Summer Vacation
It's too stinkin' hot. We'll be back in mid-August.
by Ryan McGreal
Published July 01, 2005 in Editorial (0 comments)

Bridging the Gap: Alternatives to Petroleum (Peak Oil, Part II)
Oil's three unique properties, combined with its sheer abundance, mean it's unlikely any alternative, or combination of alternatives, can replace oil and allow our economy to continue its current course indefinitely.
by Ryan McGreal
Published July 01, 2005 in Special Report: Peak Oil (7 comments)

Making Real Neighbourhoods
Compact neighbourhoods allow the residents to forget that they live in a giant metropolis, regardless of its size.
by Trey Shaughnessy
Published July 01, 2005 in Suburban Bureau (1 comment)

Word on the Street
Ben Bull channels Jason Leach as he wanders the streets of Hamilton in ghostly torment.
by Ben Bull
Published July 01, 2005 in Events (8 comments)

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