Finance general manager Mike Zegarac estimates the city is looking at a 14.2 per cent tax hike. The average household would see a $678 increase on their property tax bill in 2024, he told the general issues committee this week.
In a sudden reversal, the Ontario government says it will not remove land from the Greenbelt and instead will add back in hundreds of hectares of land in the Hamilton area.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced Thursday that he is reversing his decision to open protected Greenbelt lands for housing development. Here is a timeline of events in the Greenbelt controversy.
Just 12 shifts into his career as a London police officer, Const. Mike Olszowy was dispatched to the intersection of Hyde Park Road and South Carriage Road on June 6, 2021, where a Muslim family had been struck by a black pickup truck.
The College of Family Physicians of Canada wants to increase the length of a family medicine residency from two years to three, as a way of preparing doctors for more complex patients. But the plan is raising concerns it will increase the shortage of doctors at a time when some six million Canadians don't have access.
Several hundred people in Hamilton, protesters and counter-protesters, marched Wednesday morning, chanting and holding signs focused on gender identity and schools.
The Professional Women’s Hockey League didn’t even exist — at least publicly — until less than a month ago. In the short time since, franchise locations were announced, GMs were hired and the first-ever draft was recently completed. Yet there is still plenty more to be done before the season begins in January 2024.
A Hamilton-based advocacy group for sex workers is upset by Ontario's Superior Court dismissal of a charter challenge that argued Canada's criminal laws on sex work are unconstitutional.
Mississauga East-Cooksville MPP Kaleed Rasheed has resigned from cabinet and the Ontario Progressive Conservative caucus, according to a statement from Ontario Premier Doug Ford's office.
The same day the province announced its plans to remove three Hamilton sites from the Greenbelt, it also opened up an additional 2,200 hectares of local countryside for development, including land owned by developers Sergio Manchia and Paul Paletta.