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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)

Take Action This Week to Save Wesley Day Centre
There are a number of practical ways you can help advocate to save the Wesley Day Centre and establish a permanent safe injection site over the coming week, starting today.
by Nicole Smith
Published June 19, 2019 in Events (0 comments)

The Act and Art of Writing
Listen to the 35-minute talk by Margaret Lindsay Holton.
by Margaret Lindsay Holton
Published March 22, 2019 in Events (1 comment)

Friendly Streets Joins Downtown-to-Hospital Jane's Ride
Kevin Love's Jane's Ride on Saturday will also include Friendly Streets Hamilton and laneway housing expert Emma Cubitt.
by Elise Desjardins and Kevin Love
Published May 02, 2018 in Events (0 comments)

Walrus Talk on Aging and Mobility
The messages were generally hopeful and forward-looking, and all the speakers were clearly experts in their fields, it just would have been nice if they had addressed the topic at hand.
by Jason Allen
Published October 06, 2017 in Events (1 comment)

Durand Neighbourhood Association Celebrates 45th Anniversary with a Party in Durand Park on June 24
To celebrate what the the community has been able to accomplish over the past 45 years, the DNA is throwing a party in Durand Park to mark the occasion.
by Christopher Redmond
Published June 21, 2017 in Events (0 comments)

You Can't Spell Streets Without Trees
As trees are known to reduce the negative impact of pollution on air quality, the city of Hamilton offers a free street tree to eligible properties that make a request for one. However this program is severely underused.
by Chelsea Lowes
Published June 07, 2017 in Events (1 comment)

Celebrate Cycling in Hamilton with Bike to Work Day
This year's Bike to Work (and School) Day celebration is taking place on Monday, May 19, 7-9 AM at the Hamilton City Hall forecourt, 71 Main Street West.
by Alex Ricci
Published May 23, 2017 in Events (0 comments)

Canadian Orpheus Male Choir 40th Annual Concert
Through the years, the COMC has been known in the community as the "men who love to sing," performing numerous concerts around the area every year and occasionally touring internationally.
by Mackenzie Kristjon Jenkyns
Published May 08, 2017 in Events (0 comments)

Apply for the Hamilton Monarch Awards
The Awards are intended to recognize Hamilton gardeners for their contribution to a to a bio-diverse, sustainable environment.
by Beatrice Ekwa Ekoko
Published May 01, 2017 in Events (0 comments)

Introducing the Friendly Streets Hamilton Project
This year-long pilot project explores innovative ways to involve residents of all backgrounds, abilities and age groups in assessing current challenges and barriers to active transportation and re-imagining neighbourhood streets for people.
by Beatrice Ekwa Ekoko
Published May 01, 2017 in Events (0 comments)

McMaster University Seeks Community Campus Partnerships
Whether you want to partner on a research project, host a student placement, or identify volunteer opportunities, we'd love to hear from you and have you join us to co-develop ideas and strategies for improving our community.
by Dave Heidebrecht
Published May 01, 2017 in Events (0 comments)

Brandon Love: Brainsprouting and Beyond!
Brandon is a local magician and motivational speaker who apparently trained on some side of a mountain in Tibet where he was taught how to read minds and control space and time. He probably walks through walls when I'm not looking.
by Mackenzie Kristjon Jenkyns
Published February 24, 2017 in Events (0 comments)

Interview with Steve Parton, Author of Cancer Trip
I had the opportunity to sit down with Steve Parton, owner of Avalon Music Academy, who will read from his hilarious book, Cancer Trip, about his misadventures with cancer.
by Mackenzie Kristjon Jenkyns
Published February 21, 2017 in Events (0 comments)

The Push: Free Online Screening on Sunday, December 11
The Push is a film about how institutions don't keep up and about how much those enmeshed in the political processes avoid transparency and accountability.
by Zena Hagerty
Published December 11, 2016 in Events (0 comments)

McMaster Water Week 2016
McMaster Water Week is a series of events for faculty, students, and the local Hamilton community that connects all aspects of water, including climate change, industry, sustainability, and society.
by Brittney Borowiec
Published October 21, 2016 in Events (0 comments)

Watch State of Our Neighbourhoods with Mayor Fred Eisenberger
Thanks to The Public Record, you can watch a recording of the conversation with Mayor Eisenberger.
by RTH Staff
Published October 07, 2016 in Events (3 comments)

Telling Tales Festival 2016, Westfield Heritage Village
Reading envelops the mind in worlds outside of one's own experience or knowledge, and this celebration of reading was a joy-filled and brilliant event.
by Margaret Lindsay Holton
Published October 05, 2016 in Events (0 comments)

Disturbing Changes Proposed for Greenbelt
Hamilton's future land use will be debated at an upcoming meeting on June 21 to review proposed changes to the Greenbelt, including two Hamilton areas proposed for removal.
by John Bacher
Published June 03, 2016 in Events (10 comments)

Public Forum on Restoring Bank of Canada Mandate
Canada's central bank is mandated to provide interest-free loans to federal and provincial governments for infrastructure projects, but stopped doing this in 1974.
by Brent Patterson
Published June 01, 2016 in Events (1 comment)

The Great Canadian Birdathon in Hamilton
On May 14, we will be fundraising for Hamilton Naturalists' Club and Bird Studies Canada, while raising awareness about Hamilton's diverse bird species.
by Rob Porter
Published May 11, 2016 in Events (0 comments)

Doors Open, Jane's Walk, West Hamilton Artists Tour, Oh My
This Saturday and Sunday will be packed with things to do as three major community events all coincide.
by RTH Staff
Published May 06, 2016 in Events (2 comments)

Make a Difference With Hamilton's Carbon Cycle
The third annual overnight bike trip to Haldimand Conservation Area offers a unique experience and promises to be one of the best times you've ever had making a difference to the environmental health of your community.
by Michael Nabert
Published May 02, 2016 in Events (0 comments)

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.
by Jonathan Lambert
Published April 19, 2016 in Events (0 comments)

Let's Fix Social Assistance
Come to Queen's Park this Thursday to support a new private member's bill to create a social assistance rates research commission.
by Tom Cooper
Published April 12, 2016 in Events (5 comments)

Third Annual McMaster Spring Water Forum
Anyone interested in human health, water security, or water and resource policy is welcome to attend this free event.
by Brittney Borowiec
Published April 05, 2016 in Events (6 comments)

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.
by Jonathan Lambert
Published April 04, 2016 in Events (5 comments)

Help Support the Escarpment Project
What started with one Hamiltonian taking the lead has quickly erupted to become the largest volunteer environmental clean-up in Hamilton and one of the largest of its kind in Canada.
by Sajid Pathan
Published March 15, 2016 in Events (0 comments)

Getting Hamilton Unstuck: An Evening with Doug Saunders
Cities that get stuck experience significant inequalities of income, health outcomes, educational achievement outcomes and pockets of violence.
by Maureen Wilson
Published February 24, 2016 in Events (2 comments)

Bad Pricing, Bad Behaviour in City Building
Because the old city is effectively subsidizing new suburban development, we end up promoting a form of growth that has a higher cost to the city as compared to inner city development and a significant negative impact on the environment.
by Gregory Ciupka
Published December 01, 2015 in Events (30 comments)

Shift: Changing Direction in City Building with Dr. Pamela Blais
Dr Pamela Blais explains how we need to align our pricing, planning and infrastructure policy to achieve our goal of sustainable, prosperous re-urbanization.
by Ryan McGreal
Published November 23, 2015 in Events (1 comment)

Watch Ambitious City 2015: Is Hamilton Canada's Brooklyn?
Full recording of the keynote speech by Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce CEO Carlo A. Scissura, followed by a panel discussion.
by RTH Staff
Published November 19, 2015 in Events (0 comments)

Steve Parton Goes Back in Time for Dundas Authors' Book Launch
Steve Parton is one of four authors introducing their new works at a book launch this Friday at St. Paul's United Church in Dundas.
by Mackenzie Kristjon Jenkyns
Published November 10, 2015 in Events (0 comments)

Cycle Hamilton Planning Workshop November 11: Creating a Unified Voice for Cyclists
This workshop will be an opportunity to voice your opinions and ideas on what Hamilton needs to do to become a better city for cyclists and what Cycle Hamilton should do to make that change happen.
by Dave Heidebrecht
Published November 03, 2015 in Events (0 comments)

A Conversation with Bill Freeman on Urban Restoration
Join Bill Freeman for a talk on Friday, October 9, 7:00 PM at 294 James Street North.
by Rob Fiedler
Published October 08, 2015 in Events (1 comment)

McMaster Water Week 2015
From October 5 to 9, McMaster Water Week will feature distinguished lectures, workshops, field and lab tours, a documentary screening of 'Cold Amazon' and research showcase for McMaster faculty, students and members of the community.
by Kristine Hammill
Published September 25, 2015 in Events (0 comments)

Dan Zen: Something a little tilty for TedX Hamilton
Too often people get caught up in the belief or feeling that they need to wait for some form of divine inspiration before they can set to work forging something from nothing.
by Mackenzie Kristjon Jenkyns
Published September 20, 2015 in Events (0 comments)

PARK(ing) Day Party Comes To Hamilton
Take an hour out of your work day on September 18th and enjoy the new park in a former parking space!
by Graham McNally
Published September 18, 2015 in Events (5 comments)

Light Rail Vehicle on James North for Supercrawl
Metrolinx is showing off a light rail vehicle on James North in front of Lister Block.
by RTH Staff
Published September 11, 2015 in Events (27 comments)

McMaster Launches Big Ideas, Better Cities Series
Big Ideas, Better Cities is a year-long series of public events featuring renowned McMaster and international experts exploring ways to build smart, healthy, creative cities.
by Dave Heidebrecht
Published September 08, 2015 in Events (7 comments)

A New Urban Agenda with Bill Freeman
With clear, no-nonsense prose and well-organized chapters, Bill Freeman's new book calls on the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area's civic leaders to be bold and ambitious.
by Ryan McGreal
Published September 01, 2015 in Events (2 comments)

Intensification Panel Discussion Video
Watch the panel discussion on intensification with professor Jim Dunn, planner Dana Anderson, developer Steve Kulakowsky and Planning and Economic Development general manager Jason Thorne.
by RTH Staff
Published June 19, 2015 in Events (16 comments)

Over 20 Exhibits Confirmed for Hamilton Maker Faire
This free event will take place at the Museum of Steam & Technology on Sunday June 21, from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Food trucks, water stations, picnic areas, and washroom facilities will be provided so visitors can stay all day.
by Brendan Simons
Published June 16, 2015 in Events (0 comments)

100in1Day a Chance to Demonstrate Community Leadership
100in1Day is a day meant to inspire, to envision positive change and to in some small way implement that change, even if only for a day.
by Matthew Sweet
Published May 31, 2015 in Events (2 comments)

Imagining My Sustainable City: Appreciating Place and Envisioning a Future Hamilton
IMSC is a four-day intensive program that brings ecological awareness into Grade 7 classrooms through an introduction to sustainable urban planning and architecture.
by Emily Foster
Published May 07, 2015 in Events (2 comments)

Doors Open and Jane's Walk This Weekend
This will be a fantastic weekend to discover more of your city through these two exciting series of events.
by Ryan McGreal
Published May 01, 2015 in Events (1 comment)

Letting Go of Rust-Belt Thinking
As downtown has undergone a revival, Council has lost its sense of urgency and now refuses to follow through on the revitalization initiatives it started in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
by Ryan McGreal
Published April 27, 2015 in Events (14 comments)

An Evening With Waterloo Regional Chair Ken Seiling on City Building and Transportation Investment
Seiling will be in Hamilton to discuss how Waterloo Region is using LRT to help shape future growth more affordably and sustainably.
by Ryan McGreal
Published February 25, 2015 in Events (7 comments)

Let's Talk Transit: A Discussion Event on Thursday, February 5, 2015
Our discussion starts with a belief that efficient high-quality public transit is essential for Hamilton's economic future and quality of life. We believe this means HSR improvements are necessary and needed.
by Joey Coleman
Published February 04, 2015 in Events (8 comments)

The Person On The Bus: A Call to Organize Transit Riders and Supporters
I hope the users and riders and supporters of transit in Hamilton can band together, and organize, so that our voice can be better heard.
by Craig Burley
Published January 17, 2015 in Events (12 comments)

Standing Up to the Power of Power: A Demonstration Against Bill Cosby
Anne Bokma is organizing a demonstration tonight against Bill Cosby on behalf of the 30 women who say he has sexually assaulted them.
by Ryan McGreal
Published January 09, 2015 in Events (29 comments)

Hamilton Open Data Jam This Weekend
Open Data Jam is a three-day event bringing together government, developers and citizens to collaborate and accelerate Open Data efforts in Hamilton.
by Kevin Browne
Published November 18, 2014 in Events (0 comments)

Startup Weekend Makers Edition
Startup Weekend is a 54-hour event where people of all backgrounds come together to pitch ideas, form teams around those ideas, focus on customer development, validating their ideas, and building a minimal viable product.
by Kevin Browne
Published November 14, 2014 in Events (1 comment)

Love Your Streets: Hamilton's Changing Transportation Network
The demand for this session has been overwhelming. As a result, the event is now taking place at the Art Gallery of Hamilton.
by Matthew Sweet
Published November 14, 2014 in Events (0 comments)

People Are Not Stupid: Calgary's Mayor on Making Extraordinary Change
The core of Naheed Nenshi's political philosophy is that everyday people can do extraordinary things when they are respected and given the information they need to act.
by Ryan McGreal
Published October 24, 2014 in Events (16 comments)

An Evening With Transit Activist Benjamin Ross
His book concludes that more democratic land use planning, combined with strategic investment in high quality rail-based transit, act to transform a city's use of land to create complete, high-quality neighbourhoods that meet a variety of needs.
by Ryan McGreal
Published September 26, 2014 in Events (15 comments)

Fundraiser for Documentary About Kenilworth
Alex Djordjevic has launched a Kickstarter campaign to support a documentary that explores the history and potential of Kenilworth Avenue.
by Michelle Martin
Published September 23, 2014 in Events (1 comment)

Supercrawl 2014 This Weekend
This year the event spreads over the entire weekend, with performances at multiple stages on Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday.
by RTH Staff
Published September 12, 2014 in Events (0 comments)

Pearl Company Summer Canadian Theatre Festival: A Set of One-Person Shows
This year's Festival is now three weekends long, with shows upcoming on August 15, 16, 22 and 23.
by Mackenzie Kristjon Jenkyns
Published August 12, 2014 in Events (0 comments)

Open Streets: People Enjoying Public Space
Open Street is different from events like Supercrawl: it's not a highly organized festival, it's a public space that everyone can enjoy.
by Ryan McGreal
Published July 15, 2014 in Events (13 comments)

Celebrating Hamilton's Diversity with Music in Gage Park
From July 11 to 13, Matapa Music and Arts will present The Hamilton World Music Festival, a free, family friendly, outdoor festival in Gage Park.
by Shiona Mackenzie
Published June 27, 2014 in Events (8 comments)

Open Streets Hamilton a Chance to Experience a City Made for People
Let's celebrate our community on Sunday, July 13, and then let's get to work on making Open Streets a weekly celebration of our shared humanity.
by Ryan McGreal
Published June 27, 2014 in Events (15 comments)

Design Charrette and Public Meeting for City Motor Hotel Site
The City is hosting a design charrette and public meeting to present and discuss the preliminary redevelopment plans for the site.
by Ryan McGreal
Published June 26, 2014 in Events (21 comments)

The frightening new performance by magician and illusionist Nick Wallace is playing at the Scottish Rite on Wednesday June 25, Thursday June 26, and Friday the 27th.
by Kevin Somers
Published June 16, 2014 in Events (1 comment)

Lake-to-Lake Overnight Bicycle Trip
Participate in this exciting fundraiser to support Environment Hamilton's research and advocacy work.
by Don McLean
Published May 29, 2014 in Events (1 comment)

Interview with AbdulRahman Khodr of MacGDA
McMaster Game Developer Association is running a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for workstations, which would allow them to do video game related outreach activities for East Hamilton youth.
by Kevin Browne
Published May 28, 2014 in Events (8 comments)

Expressing Vibrancy: This is Your Brain on Culture
The goal of this project is to find a common language around cultural vibrancy - and a way to measure it - so cities and towns can determine tangible goals, and plan more effectively for future growth.
by Jenny Gladish
Published May 15, 2014 in Events (1 comment)

Tactical Taxation: Designing our City to Reduce Taxes
Joe Minicozzi explains how the creation of dense vibrant downtowns through good policy creates an economic engine for the City that help to reduce residents' tax burdens.
by Graham McNally
Published April 28, 2014 in Events (27 comments)

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.
by Jonathan Lambert
Published April 28, 2014 in Events (2 comments)

Help BurlingtonGreen Clean Up and Green up Our Community
We invite all citizens to participate in our Community Clean Up Green Up event from 9:00 AM to noon on Saturday April 26, 2014 with School and Business Clean-Ups from April 21 to 25.
by Tomasz Wiercioch
Published April 08, 2014 in Events (0 comments)

Toward a Community Land Trust in Hamilton
In order to protect and grow the land uses that residents value for our downtown, we have to set space aside now before it is gobbled up by profiteers with little appreciation for our shared vision for Hamilton.
by Allison Maxted and Michael Borrelli
Published March 28, 2014 in Events (5 comments)

The Escarpment Project
After the first Devil's Punchbowl event in 2012, Greg Lenko's Escarpment Project has grown into one of Canada's largest volunteer environmental clean-ups.
by Erich Nolan Bertussi
Published March 04, 2014 in Events (10 comments)

Forget Santa. Slam Poetry Is Coming To Town!
The spoken word, in this context, is certainly both alive, well and, at times, very loud, funny and irreverent.
by Margaret Lindsay Holton
Published December 19, 2013 in Events (4 comments)

Inspiring Talk on The Ambitious City by Toronto's Chief Planner
Toronto Chief Planner Jennifer Keesmaat shared the timeless principles of great cities, noted the classic mistakes Hamilton has made, and sketched a path to recovery.
by Ryan McGreal
Published December 04, 2013 in Events (35 comments)

David Crombie on the Future of Cities in Ontario
In an age of vulgar, hyper-partisan absolutism, Crombie gave us a taste of what a politics can look like that is civil, moderate, inclusive and responsive.
by Ryan McGreal
Published November 19, 2013 in Events (11 comments)

Christopher Hume and Guests on Transit in Hamilton
The most important factor in running an efficient transit system is population density - and the population density below the escarpment is enough to make transit work.
by Nicholas Kevlahan
Published October 02, 2013 in Events (12 comments)

Supercrawl 2013 in Pictures
All in all, it was another fantastic festival celebrating an amazing city.
by Ryan McGreal
Published September 15, 2013 in Events (26 comments)

Hamilton Beach Community Cleans Up its Patch of Our Planet
Confucius, Elvis Presley and Commander Hadfield agree: we need to clean up our backyard. So it's great to see people doing just that in Hamilton Beach Community.
by Margaret Lindsay Holton
Published April 29, 2013 in Events (12 comments)

Bike for Mike 3rd Annual Mike Ride
The 3rd annual Mike Ride, a fundraiser to provide bikes for families in struggling neighbourhoods and make Hamilton a more bicycle-friendly city, will be on Sunday, May 5, 2013.
by Ryan McGreal
Published April 24, 2013 in Events (1 comment)

Hamilton Snow Coverage
It looks like Hamilton will be on the receiving end of our largest snowfall in five years, with 25 to 30 cm possible.
by Joey Coleman
Published February 07, 2013 in Events (1 comment)

Spirit of Red Hill Valley Annual Lecture: Andrew Nikiforuk on Bitumen, Pipelines and the Petro State
What we need, says Nikiforuk, is a radical new emancipation movement that confronts the most pressing challenge we face: learning to use energy on a moral and truly human scale.
by RTH Staff
Published November 23, 2012 in Events (4 comments)

Come see Built-in-Hamilton Tech at DemoCampHamilton8
There are several demos in the line-up at this DemoCampHamilton that might be of particular interest to the Raise the Hammer community, related to event aggregation in Hamilton, promoting downtown businesses and sustainability.
by Kevin Browne
Published September 20, 2012 in Events (0 comments)

Supercrawl 2012 in Pictures
A collection of moments I captured while enjoying the festivities on Friday evening and Saturday.
by Ryan McGreal
Published September 16, 2012 in Events (20 comments)

James North Supercrawl 2012
The fourth annual James North Supercrawl happens today and tomorrow on James between King Street and Murray Street.
by RTH Staff
Published September 14, 2012 in Events (7 comments)

Second Annual 'Bike for Mike' This Sunday
The goal of the annual Mike ride is to provide a bicycle to every child in Hamilton.
by Ryan McGreal
Published April 30, 2012 in Events (6 comments)

The Morning After The Night Before: Post-inaugural Town Hall Blues
Town Halls Hamilton organizer M Adrian Brassington reflects on lessons learned during the first Town Hall meeting, An Evening with Ward 2 Councillor Jason Farr.
by M Adrian Brassington
Published November 11, 2011 in Events (9 comments)

Stinson Cares
Steeped in heritage while filled with vibrant residents living thoroughly modern lives, Stinson cares. Its residents care about the community, about each other, about the city.
by M Adrian Brassington
Published November 09, 2011 in Events (8 comments)

Working to Restore the Core
The Central Neighbourhood Association just held its first public meeting in recent memory, bringing together a room full of people genuinely and energetically interested in using their talents to make things better.
by Theresa Nicholson
Published November 07, 2011 in Events (57 comments)

Durand Neighourhood Association Nears 40th Anniversary
With a long, rich history of civic engagement, Durand Neighbourhood remains committed to advancing a broad platform of community development.
by M Adrian Brassington
Published November 04, 2011 in Events (11 comments)

North End Neighbourhood One of Hamilton's Hidden Gems
Notwithstanding uncertainty around the Barton-Tiffany lands, a number of positive developments bode well for the North End.
by Michael Borrelli
Published November 04, 2011 in Events (9 comments)

Beasley Neighbourhood Discusses Concerns
As in any neighbourhood that does double duty as a centre of business activity while providing a desirable place for people to live out their daily lives, tensions can build over the speed of commerce.
by Michael Borrelli
Published November 02, 2011 in Events (20 comments)

Exposing the Hidden Subsidies for Sprawl
In her book and upcoming lecture, Toronto-based urban planner Pamela Blais argues that hidden subsidies promote sprawl and penalize the inner city.
by Don McLean
Published October 25, 2011 in Events (37 comments)

What Next For Barton-Tiffany?
Suddenly and without any public discussion, the City wants to rezone Barton-Tiffany for commercial use.
by Sheri Selway
Published September 11, 2011 in Events (64 comments)

Local Churches win Greening Sacred Spaces Awards 2011
Showing great leadership, hard work and perseverance, the Eco-Churches of West Hamilton and the Hill St. Garden Faith group are making a difference in the communities where they live.
by Beatrice Ekwa Ekoko
Published June 15, 2011 in Events (6 comments)

Interview with Slutwalk Hamilton Organizers
Kelly Crawford and Lindsay Hutton provide some insight into what is driving the Slutwalk movement and respond to some of the criticisms thrown at it.
by Michael Borrelli
Published May 30, 2011 in Events (80 comments)

DemoCamp Reveals Hamilton's Software Community
With DemoCamp, organizer Kevin Browne is working hard to organize and cultivate a community of software developers in Hamilton.
by Jeff Reid
Published March 03, 2011 in Events (14 comments)

Supercrawl and Open Streets Hamilton
James North is wide-open this weekend, with the epic annual Supercrawl on Saturday, followed by the second Open Streets Hamilton on Sunday.
by RTH Staff
Published September 24, 2010 in Events (4 comments)

Garbage Crawl!
A Lower-City Wide Trash and Litter cleanup happening in seven locations across Hamilton this weekend, on both Saturday and Sunday.
by Matt Jelly
Published April 30, 2010 in Events (6 comments)

By-Law Crawl #2: Spring Cleaning
The Second monthly By-Law Crawl event happens on Saturday, March 6, 2010, starting at 1 PM in Gore Park, in front of the Royal Connaught
by Matt Jelly
Published March 04, 2010 in Events (5 comments)

Hamilton's First By-Law Crawl
By-law enforcement is complaint-based. We need to break the cycle of willful negligence and emergency demolition in this city by reporting reporting property standards by-law infractions to the city when we see them.
by Matt Jelly
Published January 20, 2010 in Events (77 comments)

Community Cooperation Brings Carsharing to Hamilton
Following a Canadian tradition of carsharing, Hamilton residents have come together to add the service to the city's transportation mix.
by Janet MacLeod
Published May 01, 2009 in Events (11 comments)

Word on the Street
Ben jingles some bells and recounts the sweet music they play.
by Ben Bull
Published November 28, 2005 in Events (0 comments)

Word on the Street
Ben Bull sprinkles pixie dust over the city and describes what unfolds.
by Ben Bull
Published November 10, 2005 in Events (0 comments)

Word on the Street
Ben Bull guides us through the sweet sounds of the downtown Hamilton symphony of life.
by Ben Bull
Published October 21, 2005 in Events (0 comments)

Word on the Street
Ben's cup runneth over (and his mouth runneth on) as he attempts to hold back the deluge of recent local news.
by Ben Bull
Published October 07, 2005 in Events (4 comments)

Word on the Street
Ben Bull shamelessly misappropriates Jason Leach's intrepid field work for another round-up of Hamilton happenings and Steeltown shenanigans.
by Ben Bull
Published September 15, 2005 in Events (0 comments)

Downtown Update
Jason Leach takes you on a whirlwind tour of current events downtown.
by Jason Leach
Published July 01, 2005 in Events (0 comments)

Word on the Street
Ben Bull channels Jason Leach as he wanders the streets of Hamilton in ghostly torment.
by Ben Bull
Published July 01, 2005 in Events (8 comments)

Word on the Street
Ben rattles the bars of his subterranean cage in this month's WOTS.
by Ben Bull
Published June 16, 2005 in Events (1 comment)

Word on the Street
Ben Bull crawls through the filth and emerges with a fistfull of gems.
by Ben Bull
Published May 31, 2005 in Events (0 comments)

Word on the Street
Ben Bull serves up a generous helping of local events, rumours, and rumblings.
by Ben Bull
Published May 16, 2005 in Events (0 comments)

Upcoming Events, May and June
List of upcoming events in the Hamilton area.
by RTH Staff
Published May 16, 2005 in Events (0 comments)

Upcoming Events, April and May
List of upcoming events in the Hamilton area.
by RTH Staff
Published April 14, 2005 in Events (1 comment)

Word on the Street for April
Here's what's been going on here, there, and everywhere in Hamilton this past month.
by Ben Bull
Published April 14, 2005 in Events (5 comments)

Upcoming Events, March and April
A short list of upcoming Hamilton-area events for the next month.
by RTH Staff
Published March 14, 2005 in Events (0 comments)

Word on the Street
Here's a summary of some of the significant activist happenings from this past month.
by Ben Bull
Published March 14, 2005 in Events (3 comments)

Upcoming Events, February and March
A short list of upcoming Hamilton-area events for the next month.
by RTH Staff
Published February 19, 2005 in Events (0 comments)

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