Articles from July, 2016

Brown Says Tories Will Honour LRT Funding Commitment
With this announcement, every major Ontario political party supports Hamilton's LRT plan and is committed to funding it.
by Ryan McGreal
Published July 29, 2016 in Special Report: Light Rail (8 comments)

Brampton Business Owner Passionately Defends Light Rail
Daniel Lewis gave some of the most articulate, passionate and intelligent deputations in favour of LRT that I've seen.
by Chris Drew
Published July 28, 2016 in Special Report: Light Rail (2 comments)

Community CarShare Statement on Light Rail Transit
The car-sharing co-operative supports LRT as 'an essential part of a complete sustainable and active transportation system'.
by RTH Staff
Published July 27, 2016 in Special Report: Light Rail (0 comments)

Eyes on the Street: Inception Train at Main and Gage
From time to time, a CP train engine passes diagonally right through the intersection of Main and Gage.
by Ryan McGreal
Published July 26, 2016 in Eyes on the Street (4 comments)

Crown Point Planning Team Letter to Council on Light Rail Transit
Crown Point supports the City's LRT plan and wants to see a station added at Gage Park.
by RTH Staff
Published July 26, 2016 in Special Report: Light Rail (0 comments)

Stills in Motion: Sign of the Times
This old wooden sign was observed in Dundas Valley.
by Dave Harrison
Published July 26, 2016 in Stills in Motion (0 comments)

Stills in Motion: Niagara Wine Country
Hamilton is the gateway to Niagara, a microclimate nestled between Lake Ontario and the Niagara Escarpment that comprises Canada's largest wine-growing region.
by Dave Harrison
Published July 25, 2016 in Stills in Motion (0 comments)

Time to go All-In on LRT
LRT will undoubtedly deliver a wealth of benefits to Hamilton, but if we take a lukewarm approach to implementing it, the outcomes of this billion-dollar investment will be less than ideal.
by Matt Pinder
Published July 21, 2016 in Special Report: Light Rail (12 comments)

Sherman Hub Community Planning Team Letter to Council on Light Rail Transit
Sherman Hub supports city's LRT plan and wants to see a station added at Gage Park.
by RTH Staff
Published July 18, 2016 in Special Report: Light Rail (6 comments)

Say Hello To Hamilton Art, Hamilton
Each of us is an artist. Everyone is, and has, a body of art.
by Kevin Somers
Published July 18, 2016 in Entertainment and Sports (0 comments)

Stills in Motion: Hope in Barbados
A church in Barbados.
by Dave Harrison
Published July 11, 2016 in Stills in Motion (0 comments)

Canada Post Corporation's Manufactured Crisis
The Corporation is threatening to lock its union workers out over declining volumes of mail and parcels that are the direct result of its threat to lock the workers out.
by Ryan McGreal
Published July 07, 2016 in Commentary (15 comments)

Hamilton Deserves Better than Whitehead's Constant Spiteful Posturing
Councillor Whitehead compared moving administrative jobs to "raping" his community, then sort-of apologized, then retracted his apology.
by Ryan McGreal
Published July 05, 2016 in Commentary (36 comments)

A Short History of St. John and St. Andrew Presbyterian Churches
The stories of St. John and St. Andrew Presbyterian churches in central-east Hamilton are deeply intertwined, going back to the early history of Hamilton, even though the two congregations didn't formally amalgamate until 1984.
by Joachim Brouwer
Published July 04, 2016 in Commentary (0 comments)

Light Rail Transit Station Needed at Gage Park
The distance between Scott Park and Ottawa LRT station is 1.5 kilometres, one of the largest gaps between stations on the proposed route.
by Mark Rejhon
Published July 04, 2016 in Special Report: Light Rail (9 comments)

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