Comment 63161

By Mogadon Megalodon (anonymous) | Posted May 06, 2011 at 12:32:14 in reply to Comment 63160

These statistics are reliably obtuse, perhaps intentionally so, which is why I'm unable to draw a bead on the problem, but the basic challenge remains. Especially as pertains to the city's downtown, whose employment base was scooped out like a jack-o-lantern in the 90s and which only regained that ground in the last year or two.

Post-amalgamation Hamilton is a big enough place that it might be able to be accurately identified both as a city and a bedroom community, depending upon how you choose to look at it. Binbrook and Bronte are equally far from King and James, and if you consider the baseline of city-building as a matter of identification and involvement with one’s neighbourhood, it is a matter of no small consequence where those neighbourhoods are sown.

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