A city committee and the public school board had live streams crash, but continued to hold their meetings — which are supposed to be public — without any way for people to watch. Here's why that's a problem.
A Hamilton care home is being evacuated amid a "deteriorating situation" the city says has become "increasingly untenable and unsafe" for residents and staff.
Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board hopes to find $2.8 million and avoid a budget deficit after learning there are 1,756 fewer students enrolled than anticipated during the COVID-19 pandemic. But avoiding a deficit is unlikely.
There are three new COVID-19 cases in Hamilton schools, including two in the public school board.
Mel Athulathmudali, the newest member of the Hamilton Police Services board, spoke with the CBC on Thursday. Here's what he had to say about defunding police, events at Pride 2019, racial profiling and more.
Ontario Provincial Police cruisers watched from a distance Friday morning as a backhoe dug up a road in Caledonia, Ont., by the entrance to a First Nations land reclamation camp that has put a halt to a planned housing development.
Dr. Diana Ahmed was in the midst of a spin class roughly three weeks ago when she looked around and realized she was in a “COVID incubator.”
A group of BIPOC academics, experts and community leaders that serve equity-seeking communities feel ignored after trying to work with Hamilton Public Health Services (HPHS) all summer to collect and release data that showed how COVID-19 has hit marginalized communities in Hamilton hardest.
A worker at a Fortinos in Burlington has tested positive, says its parent company Loblaw.
Blazing wooden pallets and tires blocked one side of a street leading into a southern Ontario community on Thursday, after a skirmish between police and members of a First Nation land reclamation camp.