Articles from December, 2006

Fisk and Me: A Christmas Tale
An unlikely Christmas story of loss and redemption.
by Mark Fenton
Published December 13, 2006 in Fiction (0 comments)

It's a MADD World
MADD Canada compromises its integrity by endorsing an automobile company focused on building unsafe SUVS.
by Ted Mitchell
Published December 13, 2006 in Ideas (19 comments)

In My Opinion
Everyone has an opinion. In my opinion, most aren't worth hearing, but a few are worth sharing.
by Kevin Somers
Published December 13, 2006 in Entertainment and Sports (1 comment)

Raise the Hammer Turns Two
Thanks to you, Raise the Hammer is celebrating its second anniversary.
by Ryan McGreal
Published December 13, 2006 in Site Notes (1 comment)

Better Off: Flipping the Switch on Technology
In our technology-obsessed culture, too much is almost enough. How much do we really need?
by Ryan McGreal
Published December 13, 2006 in Reviews (3 comments)

Art School Confidential and An Inconvenient Truth
Matt Van Allen reviews a new rental about greed, envy, rejection, acceptance, and love, and also a film about art school.
by Matthew Van Allen
Published December 13, 2006 in Reviews (0 comments)

Peak Natural Gas is On the Way
How fast we arrive at Peak Gas, or a permanent decline in net total gas production and supply, will depend on how gas/oil tradeoffs are made.
by Andrew McKillop
Published December 13, 2006 in Special Report: Peak Oil (2 comments)

Urbanists, Amateur and Otherwise
Like any part of culture, a vibrant and inventive city requires professionals, connoisseurs and amateurs: people who care passionately about their city.
by Nicholas Kevlahan
Published December 13, 2006 in Opinion (0 comments)

Rapid Transit in Hamilton
With BRT/LRT and better pedestrian streets, Hamilton could become a model city in the fight against congestion and poor planning.
by Jason Leach
Published December 13, 2006 in Downtown Bureau (20 comments)

Think You Know Your City?
A Hamilton Photo Series on Skyscraper Page highlights just how beautiful our city really is.
by Jason Leach
Published December 13, 2006 in City Life (4 comments)

Chill Out
Hamilton could use a good dose of James North-like fun throughout the entire city and in every season of the year.
by Jason Leach
Published December 13, 2006 in City Life (0 comments)

Downtown Update
As much as Jason loves to scour the city for nuggets of awesome, he can't do it all alone. This issue calls on RTH readers to pitch in and help explore the core.
by Jason Leach
Published December 13, 2006 in Downtown Bureau (2 comments)

My Three Wishes
My wishes can be simplified to this: I wish for council and staff to make the proper choices to build a livable and vibrant city.
by Trey Shaughnessy
Published December 13, 2006 in Suburban Bureau (1 comment)

Honest Centrism for Populist Democracy
Like other terms, "centrist" has become another linguistic weapon of mass deception when used by mainstream politicians.
by Joel S. Hirschhorn
Published December 13, 2006 in US Politics (2 comments)

Short Term City Response to Climate Change
Environment Hamilton recommends ten initiatives the city can take to address climate change.
by Environment Hamilton
Published December 13, 2006 in Special Report: Climate Change (8 comments)

A Quick Buck
Hunting deer to control their numbers might actually be making deer more numerous.
by Paul Glendenning
Published December 13, 2006 in Opinion (3 comments)

Contact Your City Councillor - No Longer Current
Easy contact information for the newly elected municipal representatives.
by RTH Staff
Published December 13, 2006 in Editorial (4 comments)

Postcards from Scranton
Ben assuages his loneliness during a business trip to Pennsylvania by writing to his loved ones back home.
by Ben Bull
Published December 13, 2006 in Accidental Activist (6 comments)

The Digital City
It's time we built a Hamilton-wide wireless network.
by Adrian Duyzer
Published December 13, 2006 in Digital Kayak (1 comment)

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