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    Acupuncturist charged with sexually assaulting 2 female clients: police

    Acupuncturist charged with sexually assaulting 2 female clients: police


    Investigators say the incidents occurred between October 2017 and January 2019 and involved female victims aged 24 and 67. The women told police they were sexually assaulted after visiting the 63-year-old doctor's practice for...

    Investigators say the incidents occurred between October 2017 and January 2019 and involved female victims aged 24 and 67. The women told police they were sexually assaulted after visiting the 63-year-old doctor's practice for treatment.

    Man who made 249 calls to 911 in a year charged by Hamilton police

    Man who made 249 calls to 911 in a year charged by Hamilton police


    Investigators say the man made 249 calls to 911 since January 2018 and that he had been warned to stop dialling the emergency number in August 2018. Still, he continued to call without a "reasonable...

    Investigators say the man made 249 calls to 911 since January 2018 and that he had been warned to stop dialling the emergency number in August 2018. Still, he continued to call without a "reasonable explanation."

    Hamilton issues cold weather alert ahead of expected weekend snowstorm

    Hamilton issues cold weather alert ahead of expected weekend snowstorm


    The cold alert will be in effect for Saturday evening when Environment Canada says the mercury will plummet to –14 C with the windchill near –23...

    The cold alert will be in effect for Saturday evening when Environment Canada says the mercury will plummet to –14 C with the windchill near –23 C.

    Traded just before high school exams: Is it time to ban trades in junior hockey?

    Traded just before high school exams: Is it time to ban trades in junior hockey?


    Lleyton Moore, a 16-year-old from Saskatchewan who plays in the Ontario Hockey League, was traded last week from Niagara to Oshawa. Matt Cullen of CBC Sports talks about what it means to trade a young person who wants an NHL career but needs an...

    Lleyton Moore, a 16-year-old from Saskatchewan who plays in the Ontario Hockey League, was traded last week from Niagara to Oshawa. Matt Cullen of CBC Sports talks about what it means to trade a young person who wants an NHL career but needs an education.

    Hamilton library card could soon get you into museums for free

    Hamilton library card could soon get you into museums for free


    City council is set to vote on a one-year pilot project, which will give people with a Hamilton Public Library card free admission to city-owned...

    City council is set to vote on a one-year pilot project, which will give people with a Hamilton Public Library card free admission to city-owned museums.

    NDP slams ministry response to jail deaths as 'unacceptable'

    NDP slams ministry response to jail deaths as 'unacceptable'


    In the wake of a parade of drug deaths at the Barton Street jail, the provincial NDP is criticizing the ministry of corrections and the coroner's office for not doing anything about...

    In the wake of a parade of drug deaths at the Barton Street jail, the provincial NDP is criticizing the ministry of corrections and the coroner's office for not doing anything about it.

    Man facing arson charge after apartment fire

    Man facing arson charge after apartment fire


    A Hamilton man is facing arson charges after a lower city apartment building fire last...

    A Hamilton man is facing arson charges after a lower city apartment building fire last week.

    City planners warn Bill 66 could 'incentivize' development in the Greenbelt

    City planners warn Bill 66 could 'incentivize' development in the Greenbelt


    Cities don't have to automatically adopt the bylaw, but just offering the option will put "significant pressure" on competing municipal councils to attract jobs and allow development in areas that would normally by protected by provincial legislation,...

    Cities don't have to automatically adopt the bylaw, but just offering the option will put "significant pressure" on competing municipal councils to attract jobs and allow development in areas that would normally by protected by provincial legislation, say city staff.

    Wanted man arrested, found carrying drugs and weapons: police

    Wanted man arrested, found carrying drugs and weapons: police


    After noticing a wanted man riding his bicycle on Wednesday, Hamilton police arrested him and found he was carrying drugs, brass knuckles and a...

    After noticing a wanted man riding his bicycle on Wednesday, Hamilton police arrested him and found he was carrying drugs, brass knuckles and a knife.

    Next on Ford's chopping block: regional health care agencies called LHINs

    Next on Ford's chopping block: regional health care agencies called LHINs


    In what would be its first major move to restructure Ontario's health system, the Doug Ford government is considering a sharp cut to the bureaucracies that are supposed to co-ordinate health care services at the local...

    In what would be its first major move to restructure Ontario's health system, the Doug Ford government is considering a sharp cut to the bureaucracies that are supposed to co-ordinate health care services at the local level.

    Ancient quinoa seeds found in Ontario shed light on Indigenous trade

    Ancient quinoa seeds found in Ontario shed light on Indigenous trade


    A mass of quinoa seeds excavated from an archeological dig at a Brantford, Ont., construction site has been identified as being 3,000 years old, raising questions about the extent of trade among Indigenous peoples at the...

    A mass of quinoa seeds excavated from an archeological dig at a Brantford, Ont., construction site has been identified as being 3,000 years old, raising questions about the extent of trade among Indigenous peoples at the time.

    Why the Ontario Trucking Association wants foreign workers to fill trucker shortage

    Why the Ontario Trucking Association wants foreign workers to fill trucker shortage


    The Ontario Trucking Association says there's a desperate shortage of truckers in Ontario and they have a solution. They want to bring in more foreign workers to do the job because companies can't find enough people in...

    The Ontario Trucking Association says there's a desperate shortage of truckers in Ontario and they have a solution. They want to bring in more foreign workers to do the job because companies can't find enough people in Ontario.