Hamilton Education Centre: The Dilemma and the Agenda
If we want to project an image to private investment that Hamilton is the right place to invest, then we first need to invest in our downtown ourselves.
by Shine Shaughnessy
Published February 14, 2008 in Special Report: Education (20 comments)
Roads: Worst Bang for the Biggest Buck
$6 million can barely build anything in the world of roads, but it could outfit most of Hamilton's main roads with bike lanes.
by Jason Leach
Published February 14, 2008 in Downtown Bureau (18 comments)
Sometimes, a collection of anecdotes is more than the sum of its parts.
by Kevin Somers
Published February 14, 2008 in Entertainment and Sports (2 comments)
Some Somes, Sums, and Always
A poem by Kevin Somers.
by Kevin Somers
Published February 14, 2008 in Entertainment and Sports (0 comments)
Smarter Tools of Tyranny
There are no easy paths to restore power to the people. But here are three strategies worth considering.
by Joel S. Hirschhorn
Published February 14, 2008 in US Politics (4 comments)
Puncturing Dreschel's Presumptions
Andrew Dreschel admits that suburban sprawl leads to increased car use – a breathtaking statement from one who supported Red Hill all the way, every way.
by David Cohen
Published February 14, 2008 in Commentary (21 comments)
In his new book, Clive Doucet argues that we have the knowledge and public will to address environmental issues. The problem is our politics.
by Bob Wood
Published February 14, 2008 in Reviews (3 comments)
Tram Ride an Event in Itself
Bus transit can only get a city so far. If a municipality wants to get people out of their cars they need to provide an incentive - and quite frankly, the bus isn't it.
by Ben Bull
Published February 14, 2008 in Accidental Activist (10 comments)
Ben Bull, Inc.
I made the decision to incorporate for one reason and one reason only: to avoid taxes.
by Ben Bull
Published February 14, 2008 in Accidental Activist (0 comments)
Shadows: A Walking Tour of Mount Hope
I'm waiting for the phone to ring for having taken these pictures earlier this afternoon, as citizens of Mount Hope describe my suspicious activities to the authorities.
by Mark Fenton
Published February 14, 2008 in Photo Essay (2 comments)
Spare a little love for the Hammer.
by RTH Staff
Published February 14, 2008 in Downtown Bureau (2 comments)
HHS Restructuring: Trading Medicine for Administration
Physicians need to deal with complex issues that encompass the whole of human experience, but business people live in a more narrowly defined world.
by Ted Mitchell
Published February 14, 2008 in Ideas (9 comments)
Media Language and War: Manufacturing Convenient Realities
To approach the truth, journalists must comprehend the context, analyse the motives and follow the line of logic, and then report without self-censorship, coercion or intimidation.
by Ramzy Baroud
Published February 14, 2008 in Opinion (2 comments)