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A Hamilton police officer who was struck by a vehicle on Friday afternoon while enforcing the speed limit has been treated at a hospital for minor injuries and released.
CBC Hamilton has invited you to join us as we explore Hamilton's identity crisis, and what the changing city looks like for people who call Hamilton home. Here's some of how you have already responded.
CBC's Queen's Park analyst Robert Fisher provides his take on the lay of the land in Queen's Park as this latest legislative session settles in.
The Barton Street Battalion, a supporters group preparing for the return of soccer to Hamilton. Other groups across the country are doing the same, hoping their city will also get a team when the CPL kicks off.
It might officially be the first day of fall, but Hamilton is still firmly in the grip of summer heat.
Health Canada is analyzing an “unknown substance” that sent a jail guard to hospital Thursday afternoon, police announced today.
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Pier 8's waterfront promenade will be designed around a theme that plays off the city's industrial and waterfront heritage.
Hamilton police are investigating after an 80-year-old man using a walker was struck by a reversing truck in a lower city parking lot and rushed to hospital.
A group of protestors began occupying an Enbridge Line 10 construction site in Jerseyville this morning, protesting what they call the oil giant’s “failure to appropriately consult with Indigenous Nations.”
Horwath, leader of the Ontario NDP party, plans to call Friday morning for the coroner’s office to undertake a public review of the deaths. The appeal comes after the hospital released a review it commissioned earlier this summer.
After an investigation by the coroner's office into the death of a Hamilton man in his 60's, who was bit by a dog Wednesday, it was determined the man died of natural causes according to police.
Layoff notices have been handed out to 255 workers at the General Motors transmission-making factory in St. Catharines, Ont., as effects spread from a strike that started Sunday at the GM CAMI plant in Ingersoll, Ont.
Hamilton's school bus driver shortage has gotten worse since the beginning of September and it's not projected to get better until October 16 according to Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board chair Todd White.