Articles from December, 2020

The Year 2020 Has Been a Wakeup Call
If it finally gets us to take the real crises we're faced with seriously, this whole unpleasant nightmare will be worth it.
by Michael Nabert
Published December 31, 2020 in Special Report: COVID-19 (1 comment)

The COVID-19 Marshmallow Experiment
The public health experts have been pretty clear all along about what we should be doing. But really listening to them would require self-discipline and restraint - qualities of which we have not demonstrated a great abundance.
by Ryan McGreal
Published December 22, 2020 in Special Report: COVID-19 (1 comment)

All I Want for Christmas, 2020
I want my heart to keep ticking, my legs to keep kicking, and my heels to keep clicking.
by Kevin Somers
Published December 21, 2020 in Entertainment and Sports (1 comment)

Hamilton Shelters Remarkably COVID-19 Free Thanks to Innovative Testing Program
In a week of increasingly bleak news on the health care front, it is good to be able to celebrate a victory that was designed and delivered right here in Hamilton.
by Jason Allen
Published December 21, 2020 in Special Report: COVID-19 (0 comments)

Province Rams Through Glass Factory in Stratford
The Province used a Minister's Zoning Order, normally used for emergencies, to approve a polluting manufacturing facility over the objections of local residents.
by Doreen Nicoll
Published December 21, 2020 in Healing Gaia (0 comments)

We Can Prevent Traffic Deaths if We Make Safety a Real Priority
As we reel from another incomprehensible tragedy, we must ask: how many more lives need to be sacrificed before we decide that enough is enough?
by Ryan McGreal
Published December 08, 2020 in Special Report: Walkable Streets (5 comments)

These Aren't 'Accidents', These Are Results
Our culture's obsession with the automobile and unchecked reverence to it is killing us, our loved ones and our children, and we don't care.
by Tom Flood
Published December 04, 2020 in Special Report: Walkable Streets (1 comment)

Conservation Conundrum
Will we lose Hamilton's Conservation Authority at a time when we need it the most to get through this climate crisis?
by Paul Weinberg
Published December 04, 2020 in Special Report (0 comments)

Defund Police Protest Threatens Fragile Ruling Class
Peaceful protest that makes our leaders uncomfortable is where leadership happens and that's what being in public life is about.
by Cameron Kroetsch
Published December 03, 2020 in Special Report: Anti-Racism (2 comments)

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