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Nick Blagona, one of the most successful Canadian record producers and engineers over the last 50 years, has passed away at the age of 74.
The Ford government says its task force on how to best spend $1 billion on Hamilton transportation projects will still consider light rail transit (LRT).
Canada’s federal budget deficit will be billions of dollars deeper than it was supposed to be this year and next, according to the Finance Department.
Corbec Steel has announced a $40 million investment in Hamilton, which will see the Quebec-based company build its first plant in Ontario
DHL is investing C$100 in a new cargo facility at Canada’s John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport to meet double-digit growth in shipment volumes.
All six federal party leaders will take part in an English-language debate Monday night that could have a significant impact on the election campaign.
Could it be the next stadium debate? Councillors are trying to decide what to do with the First Ontario Centre.
Hamilton’s transit system could get a significant financial boost from a new stream of provincial and federal funding.
Canada’s arctic port of Churchill is set to resume its first grain shipments since 2015 after a group backed by investor Prem Watsa stepped in last year
A man is in hospital with serious injuries after trying to extinguish a fire in the basement of his east Mountain home.
Tom Jackson is asking city staff and the Hamilton Police Service if either organization will consider taking over investigating animal cruelty complaints
The CHL in association with the OHL and the Hamilton Bulldogs today announced that the 2020 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game will be hosted by the Bulldogs
Mike Filer didn’t think twice before putting pen to paper to sign a new contract with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats after he hit the free agent market
Maxime Bernier rallied against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer over their stances on pipelines on Tuesday
Trudeau is not apologizing over the allegations of attempted interference by himself and his staff detailed by Jody Wilson-Raybould
Last month, 735 homes were sold across the Hamilton area, a four per cent drop from February of last year, but a 24 per cent increase over January.