At a May 25 press conference, Ontario Premier Doug Ford discussed additional measures to help cope with the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and announced that small businesses and volun
McMaster University announced Monday (May 25) that all classes for the Fall 2020 term will be online and, with few exceptions, students will not need to attend the West Hamilton campus.
At a May 25 press conference, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that the federal government is currently in talks with the provinces to guarantee 10 days of paid sick leave for all workers in Cana
Believe it or not, a heat warning is in effect for Halton, Peel and Hamilton (Mississauga, Brampton, Caledon, Burlington, Oakville, Milton, Halton Hills, and Hamilton). 
TORONTO -- If you were hoping to get out of putting on a face mask to visit stores and other businesses demanding customers wear one, think again.
OTTAWA -- Canada's response to the COVID-19 pandemic will "clearly lead to higher indebtedness" once the economic shock has passed, Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz warned Monday.
TORONTO -- Premier Doug Ford is urging anyone who was among a large crowd of people at Trinity Bellwoods Park in Toronto or other big gatherings over the weekend to get tested for COVID-19.
The City of Hamilton is reporting nine new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, bringing the city's total to 647 as of Monday (May 25) afternoon.
I love nachos. I miss nachos. I'm slightly too lazy to make nachos myself.
This weekend will probably be a little different for families, as they’ll be forced to celebrate Mother’s Day from afar.
If you’ve been going crazy trying to entertain yourself during quarantine, and you’ve seen everything the major streaming services have to offer, you might be looking for another way to pass the&nb
Let's not forget Mother's Day is right around the corner and I think all the moms out there need a little extra love this year.
Facedrive, a Canadian ride-sharing and food-delivery company has announced it will be acquiring certain assets from Foodora Canada.
A new plant-based eatery has opened their doors — for takeout only — on Barton Street this week and it promises to provide a ‘blissful’ experience.
Nando's Canada, which specializes in peri-peri chicken, recently announced that it will be closing 21 underperforming locations over the coming weeks. 
I love nachos. I miss nachos. I'm slightly too lazy to make nachos myself.
A new plant-based eatery has opened their doors — for takeout only — on Barton Street this week and it promises to provide a ‘blissful’ experience.
A longtime downtown Hamilton favourite has reinvented itself and has reopened in the midst of a global pandemic.
Hamilton’s The Dirty South Food Truck is parking itself permanently at a Barton Street storefront and they’ll be open for business later this week.
The Hamilton Farmer’s Market is welcoming a new vendor but it’s a delicious Hamilton-based business we’ve come to know and love.
The latest in a long list of event cancellations due to COVID-19, the Barton Village Festival will not be happening this summer.
TORONTO -- Retailers with Canadian operations are laying off employees and closing stores as they grapple with COVID-19.
Hamilton’s Collective Arts Brewing is looking to do a whole lot More for the community and its artists through a new initiative.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has been having far-reaching impacts on almost every aspect of our lives, and the financial impact is one of the most prominent.
Now that the number of COVID-19 cases have been declining, many Provinces have begun to reopen certain businesses.
Having the Provincial Government control when businesses and schools in cities throughout all of Ontario can open and close at the same time may not be the best response to the pandemic.
Hamilton’s Collective Arts Brewing is looking to do a whole lot More for the community and its artists through a new initiative.
In his usual address to the public this morning, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that small business owners will be able to apply for help paying their rent as early as next week.
While the real estate market hit a rough patch last month, there was still some movement in the Hamilton region.
While it appears the Province is working towards slowly reopening businesses and regaining some semblance of normalcy, it's become abundantly clear it will take some time for things to return to th
The real estate market in Hamilton and Burlington has taken a big hit in the last month, according to statistics from the Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB).
This Place: This spacious side-split home in highly sought-after Ancaster is situated on a massive lot with no neighbours off the back, in amongst a number of new custom-built home
Would you like to live in a piece of Hamilton history?
Cathy Wever was born in Sarnia in 1959 but later came to Hamilton to attend school.
Helen Gillings was 19 years old and a mother of two when her lifeless body was discovered naked and stuffed under an overturned couch in an alley near King Street East and Emerald in downtown Hamil
Today, and for many decades, the corner of Parkdale and Main has been home to the Pat Quinn Parkdale Arena and tennis courts. In recent years a skate park has popped up on the property.
Uber is implementing new safety measures in order to ensure they can safely return to serving the public, and help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
TORONTO -- Rideshare and cab companies operating in Canada are retooling their apps and services to help stop the spread of COVID-19 as the economy reopens.
Due to the pandemic, many Canadians have been out of work, which has caused them to be unable to pay their bills.
Amnesty International is concerned with some measures put in place by the Canadian government to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Randy Ambrosie hasn't forgotten about CFL fans during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An Ottawa Senators player has tested positive for COVID-19, becoming the first NHLer to be diagnosed with the coronavirus.
Those times in school when the gym teacher would pull out the dodgeball balls(or prison ball as we called it at my East Hamilton school), you knew it was a good day.
The Canadian Premier League announced its second season will officially get underway on April 11 when Hamilton’s Forge FC hosts Calgary’s Cavalry FC at 3:00 p.m.