Bike Licencing is Just Fundamentally Bad Policy

Ryan McGreal, Published December 02, 2016
It would take 810,000 people riding bikes to do as much cumulative damage to the road as one person driving an SUV.
Special Report: Cycling | 11 Comments

The Theatre of Life

Doreen Nicoll, Published December 02, 2016
In a world where 1.3 billion tons of food are thrown away annually, Theatre of Life raises awareness about the enormous environmental and human impacts of food waste.
Healing Gaia

Visual Learning Helps Students with Autism

Debra Hughes, Published December 02, 2016
A picture is worth a thousand words. Perhaps in the future, there will be enough of the autistic population or others with alternative learning abilities to support whole schools using visual learning strategies.
Commentary | 1 Comment

AGH and HPO Present The Music of Strangers

Jonathan Lambert, Published December 02, 2016
Because The Music of Strangers celebrates diversity, it is a film of utmost importance now when xenophobia plagues many places of the world.
Arts and Music

Woman Abuse Prevention Month and the Good Men in My Life

Doreen Nicoll, Published December 02, 2016
Thank you to all of the wonderful men in my life who are taking a stand to eradicate violence against women and girls.
Healing Gaia

Fix the HSR: Environment Hamilton

Michael Nabert, Published November 28, 2016
As part of our ongoing efforts to make Hamilton more resilient in the face of a changing climate, we are dedicated to identifying and addressing issues facing local transit.
Special Report: Transit | 13 Comments

UN is Telling Canada to Improve Gender Equality

Doreen Nicoll, Published November 28, 2016
This week the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women called on the federal, provincial and territorial governments to establish a comprehensive National Gender Equality Plan addressing the barriers to women's equity in
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Why I Joined the Conservative Party of Canada

Ryan McGreal, Published November 28, 2016
We need all of our parties, including the Loyal Opposition, to remain committed to the fundamental civic principles of equality, fairness, openness, inclusion and pluralism that should be universal and non-negotiable.
Commentary | 9 Comments

Orange the World: 16 Glowing Nights to Mark Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

Doreen Nicoll, Published November 25, 2016
In order to make meaningful, lasting changes, everyone needs to understand that gender equality is a basic human right.
Healing Gaia

Two Countries, Five Films, A Silent Movie Pianist, LRT, Three Walking Tours, Four Poets, And Some Creepy Mummies

Mark Fenton, Published November 25, 2016
It is surely no accident that Halloween in Canada and the Day of the Dead in Mexico (November 1st and 2nd) happen in the exact middle of Fall.
Photo Essay

Chamber Letter: Light Rail Station Needed at Bay

RTH Staff, Published November 24, 2016
The Hamilton Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with several downtown Hamilton businesses and anchor institutions, has submitted a letter to the City of Hamilton's LRT Office to request an additional station at Bay Street.
Special Report: Light Rail | 17 Comments

Orange the World to End Violence Against Women and Girls

Doreen Nicoll, Published November 23, 2016
This Friday marks the start of the United Nations 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, from International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on November 25 to Human Rights Day on December 10.
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