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Jonathan Lambert is a returnee to Hamilton, Ontario. In between studies at the University of Toronto and stellar pick-up soccer, he enjoys taking in Monday night Hamilton Red Wing home games.
Hamilton Junior Hockey Team Wins Another Fierce Match - Fast skating and strong teamwork gave the Hamilton Kilty B's an exciting victory over the St. Catharines Falcons. Published September 25, 2018 in Entertainment and Sports
A Review of The Amateurs by Liz Harmer - Haunting, smart, brilliant. The Amateurs, in contrast to its title, is the astonishing work of a talented professional. Published August 15, 2018 in Reviews
An Important Anniversary for Human Rights in Ontario - The approach of the anniversary of the Ontario Human Rights Code presents opportunities to better understand fundamental rights and responsibilities. Published May 22, 2018 in Commentary
Searching Hamilton Public Library for Dual-Language Books - Dual-language story books can contribute to introducing children to print literacy, bilingualism, and multilingualism, and serve as a bridge to literacy engagement, literacy achievement, and critical understanding. Published February 24, 2017 in Feature
AGH and HPO Present The Music of Strangers - Because The Music of Strangers celebrates diversity, it is a film of utmost importance now when xenophobia plagues many places of the world. Published December 02, 2016 in Arts and Music
Remembering Workers' Memorial Day in Hamilton - April 28 is Workers' Memorial Day, also known as International Commemoration Day for Dead and Injured, when Hamilton is scheduled for a Day of Mourning ceremony at City Hall. Published April 19, 2016 in Events
Hamilton and the April 2016 Around The Bay Road Race - Participation and attendance at this year's Around The Bay were outstanding, and Hamilton runners scored great times and records in each of the competitions. Published April 04, 2016 in Events
Highway's A Tale of Monstrous Extravagance: Imagining Multilingualism - Tomson Highway, a genius musician and outstanding thinker, shares a complex and edifying reflection on language and experience, narratives that entertain, surprise and inspire. Published December 21, 2015 in Reviews
He Named Me Malala and the Art Gallery of Hamilton's ilovefilmseries - With community partner South Asian Heritage Association of Hamilton and Region, the Art Gallery of Hamilton presented another impressive documentary at Jackson Square. Published December 11, 2015 in Reviews
New Pathway along Mountain Brow Boulevard - The new multi-use pathway is wide enough for two-way bike traffic and a raised curb separates it from the road. Published September 23, 2015 in Special Report: Walkable Streets
Toward Realizing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples - The Declaration outlines best practices that nation-states ought to implement, enshrines the right of Indigenous peoples to be different, and affirms minimum standards for the survival, dignity, security and well-being of Indigenous people world-wide. Published September 02, 2015 in Commentary
The Great Beauty and The AGH Film Series - The Great Beauty, given a one-time event April 23 show at Jackson Square, is a cinematographic masterpiece. Published April 28, 2014 in Events
Remembering the Armenian Genocide - The Armenian Genocide, also known as Medz Yeghern, is among the most tragic events of the last century. Published April 28, 2014 in Commentary
Bilingual Show at Prince Philip School Wows Audience - The show highlights how bilingualism, multilingualism and home languages are tremendous resources in culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Published March 04, 2013 in Arts and Music
News in Hamilton: 100 Years Ago Today, Published December 02, 2011 in Media
Talking Walls: Graffiti in Hamilton, Published October 20, 2011 in Culture
Red Wings Spell 'Happy Birthday Coach' with V-I-C-T-O-R-Y, Published September 27, 2011 in Sports
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