Articles from November, 2018

Running in Hamilton: About the Media and Moving Forward
Let's continue to find reasons to build solidarity with one another and to stay informed.
by Cameron Kroetsch
Published November 22, 2018 in Municipal Election 2018 (1 comment)

Running in Hamilton: About the City of Hamilton and Election Day
We can aspire to the very minimum that the law requires and we can feel that we're meeting our legal obligations, but that's not the Hamilton I know and love.
by Cameron Kroetsch
Published November 19, 2018 in Municipal Election 2018 (1 comment)

Running in Hamilton: About the Money
If you're elected, you'll be responsible for co-managing billions of public dollars. Use your campaign as an opportunity to build a solid understanding and learn what it means to work with a budget.
by Cameron Kroetsch
Published November 16, 2018 in Municipal Election 2018 (0 comments)

Partridge has Blocked at least 32 People on Twitter
The Waterdown Councillor told the Hamilton Spectator she has only blocked 'around ten' people.
by Ryan McGreal
Published November 16, 2018 in Commentary (3 comments)

Reflections From a Roller-Coaster
If we are serious about wanting to increase voter turnout, all of our our elected representatives need to be there for all of their constituents during the four years between elections.
by Laura Farr
Published November 16, 2018 in Municipal Election 2018 (0 comments)

Running in Hamilton: About Our Campaign in Ward 2
I want to see thoughtful, progressive, qualified candidates, especially those from communities who don't see themselves represented today, to use this as a blueprint to start making big plans.
by Cameron Kroetsch
Published November 14, 2018 in Municipal Election 2018 (2 comments)

Ending Transit Area Rating Not a Panacea
Eliminating area rating has a role to play in in increasing funding for transit in Hamilton, but it is by no means the only solution to expanding transit to the suburbs.
by Jason Allen
Published November 09, 2018 in Special Report: Transit (5 comments)

Cycling Committee Calls on Council to Make Queen and Herkimer Safer
The Hamilton Cycling Committee just unanimously approved a resolution advising City Council to take immediate action to make the intersection of Queen Street South and Herkimer Street safer.
by Kevin Love
Published November 09, 2018 in Special Report: Cycling (3 comments)

Mary's Wedding Opens Tonight
From a sublime script and courageous performances, to a reclaimed church in a beautiful neighbourhood, Mary's Wedding is destined to be a great trip.
by Kevin Somers
Published November 08, 2018 in Entertainment and Sports (0 comments)

November is Woman Abuse Prevention Month in Ontario
Shine a purple light on gendered violence to make it impossible to hide.
by Doreen Nicoll
Published November 06, 2018 in Healing Gaia (0 comments)

Protect Groundwater from New Bottled Water Permits
Water is a basic human right but, with a new provincial government that believes Ontario is open for business, access to water for the common person just became that much more precarious.
by Doreen Nicoll
Published November 02, 2018 in Healing Gaia (2 comments)

Anchor Institutions: 'Full Speed Ahead on Hamilton LRT'
The letter calls on the City and Province to continue implementing the BLAST transit network, to complete the process to select a bidder that will build and operate the system, and to prioritize approval of the operating agreement.
by Ryan McGreal
Published November 02, 2018 in Special Report: Light Rail (1 comment)

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