A new athletic development program is out to help high school-aged BIPOC athletes in Hamilton reach the next level in their athletic abilities.
The city has confirmed that Dan McKinnon and Andrew Grice no longer work there.
Hamilton police are investigating after a McDonald's employee was reportedly hit in the face by a customer who was not wearing a mask and refused to provide proof of vaccination.
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Service industry workers in Canada say they're bearing the brunt of anger, frustration and general confusion from clients over new vaccine mandates that they had nothing to do with creating, but are now responsible for enforcing.
Sarah VanNetten used to drive from Simcoe to Hamilton to sit at her husband's bedside. Now she's part of a relay team that's running the route.
Norfolk County police are investigating after someone working on a ginseng farm was killed by a piece of equipment Thursday.
The city is sending a bylaw officer to educate a bistro in Dundas about the new provincial proof-of-vaccination rules, after the business posted a message prompting questions about its vaccination policy.
The day-long deluge that soaked Hamilton on Wednesday set new high-water marks for Sept. 22, but it's still not the wettest September on record.
Researchers at McMaster University have found several similarities between the outbreak of an infectious disease and the release of a new hit song.