Articles in Municipal Election 2006

Planning for a Sustainable Future, Kind of
Raise the Hammer asked the candidates how they would address five issues of sustainability: climate change, peak oil, sprawl, transportation, and aerotropolis.
by Ryan McGreal
Published November 08, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (10 comments)

Sustainable Development: The Responses
Municipal candidates respond to the RTH survey asking them about matters of sustainable development: climate change, peak oil, sprawl, transportation, and aerotropolis.
by RTH Staff
Published November 08, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (0 comments)

A Word in Edgewise
Regardless of what happened on Tuesday night's mayoral candidates debate, the Spectator decided early on which candidates are "high profile" enough to warrant coverage.
by Ryan McGreal
Published October 20, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (0 comments)

Mayoral Candidate Accuses Newspaper of Favouritism
Diane Elms accused the Hamilton Spectator of playing favourites after Mayor Larry Di Ianni received advanced notice of an upcoming article on positive public attitudes toward the economy.
by Ryan McGreal
Published October 20, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (3 comments)

Why Did You Run?
Candidates for City Council explain why they decided to run for office.
by RTH Staff
Published October 20, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (0 comments)

The Five Most Important Things
For this issue, we have asked the candidates to share their ideas on how to improve the city.
by Ryan McGreal
Published October 20, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (2 comments)

Mayor
Candidates describe the five most important actions they would take to improve Hamilton.
by RTH Staff
Published October 20, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (4 comments)

Ward 1
Candidates describe the five most important actions they would take to improve Hamilton.
by RTH Staff
Published October 20, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (7 comments)

Ward 2
Candidates describe the five most important actions they would take to improve Hamilton.
by RTH Staff
Published October 20, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (3 comments)

Ward 3
Candidates describe the five most important actions they would take to improve Hamilton.
by RTH Staff
Published October 20, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (11 comments)

Ward 4
Candidates describe the five most important actions they would take to improve Hamilton.
by RTH Staff
Published October 20, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (0 comments)

Ward 7
Candidates describe the five most important actions they would take to improve Hamilton.
by RTH Staff
Published October 20, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (0 comments)

Ward 8
Candidates describe the five most important actions they would take to improve Hamilton.
by RTH Staff
Published October 20, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (0 comments)

Ward 9
Candidates describe the five most important actions they would take to improve Hamilton.
by RTH Staff
Published October 20, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (0 comments)

Ward 10
Candidates describe the five most important actions they would take to improve Hamilton.
by RTH Staff
Published October 20, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (0 comments)

Ward 11
Candidates describe the five most important actions they would take to improve Hamilton.
by RTH Staff
Published October 20, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (0 comments)

Ward 12 (Ancaster)
Candidates describe the five most important actions they would take to improve Hamilton.
by RTH Staff
Published October 20, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (2 comments)

Ward 13 (Dundas)
Candidates describe the five most important actions they would take to improve Hamilton.
by RTH Staff
Published October 20, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (0 comments)

Narrow Vision
Between the cult of predestination in the city's main newspaper and the deafening silence of some candidates, it's difficult for voters to make informed decisions.
by Ryan McGreal
Published October 06, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (6 comments)

CATCH Election Pledge: Where do the Candidates Stand?
RTH contacted city councillors and registered candidates to find out where they stand on the Citizens at City Hall election pledge.
by Ryan McGreal
Published August 30, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (14 comments)

Fair Election Financing Now
Citizens at City Hall (CATCH) urges voters and candidates to take steps now to make the November 13 city council election more democratic, fair and transparent.
by RTH Staff
Published August 30, 2006 in Municipal Election 2006 (0 comments)

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