Articles from July, 2019

Electric Vehicles are Not the Climate Solution
There's a lot more to transportation-related carbon emissions than tailpipe exhaust, and merely swapping electric vehicles for internal combustion will not be enough to save our civilization.
by John Loukidelis
Published July 30, 2019 in Special Report: Climate Change (2 comments)

Citizens Unite to Protect Water and Naturalized Space
From water extraction in Wellington County to quarrying in Milton, citizens are standing up to corporate interests and demanding legislation to protect our natural shared assets.
by Doreen Nicoll
Published July 25, 2019 in Healing Gaia (1 comment)

The Promised Land: Steinbeck Through Song
Promised Land takes audiences on a journey across America, utilizing novelist John Steinbeck's artistic and personal musings on the struggle to realize the American dream.
by Doreen Nicoll
Published July 20, 2019 in Healing Gaia (0 comments)

International Shows at Hamilton Fringe Festival
Several shows playing at this year's Hamilton Fringe Festival are international in origin.
by Brian Morton
Published July 19, 2019 in Arts and Music (0 comments)

Safe, Welcoming Space at Neighbour to Neighbour
If you're looking to be an ally to the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, supporting the work of Neighbour to Neighbour may be a good place to start.
by Jason Allen
Published July 19, 2019 in Commentary (6 comments)

We Can't Move Forward Without Dialogue
The community crisis over rising fascism can be addressed by meeting with the Mayor, councillors, police representatives, and other key people who can work together on a plan of action.
by Nicole Smith
Published July 19, 2019 in Opinion (6 comments)

Un/Tied Shoes: Expressing Identity Outside the Mainstream
Society has grown more accepting of trans and non-binary people, but the issues they face are still often neglected or misunderstood.
by Doreen Nicoll
Published July 19, 2019 in Healing Gaia (1 comment)

Public Art has Public Benefits
Public art events like Concrete Canvas can lead to a multitude of benefits for Hamilton. However, it requires aligned policy and investment for the impact to be long-lasting.
by Dawn Cattapan
Published July 11, 2019 in Arts and Music (1 comment)

Hamilton's Escalating Fascism Fiasco: A Timeline
Everything has been happening so fast, it is difficult to stay on top of what has been going on with respect to Pride, fascism and the political response in Hamilton.
by Chris Farias
Published July 05, 2019 in Special Report: Extremism (2 comments)

Save Our Services: Finding a New Home for Wesley Day Centre
We need to continue struggling for what is right for our whole community and ensure we take care of our most vulnerable.
by Nicole Smith
Published July 05, 2019 in Events (0 comments)

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