The Hamilton Public Library (HPL) is getting back out into the community, this week, with the relaunch of the bookmobile service.
As of Monday (Sept 21), the City of Hamilton is reporting that there have been 1,070 cases of COVID-19 in the community since the first case was confirmed here in mid-March.
Masks are now required in common areas of condo and apartment buildings across the City of Hamilton.
Students of Orchard Park Secondary School pulled together — virtually — to create a little pick -me-up and to show the possibilities for creating music and learning on a remote platform.
In news that won't surprise you (but will still bum you out), it has just been announced that a beloved local Christmas market will not take shape this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
The Hamilton Public Library (HPL) is getting back out into the community, this week, with the relaunch of the bookmobile service.
OTTAWA -- Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says there was some evidence of overvaluation in Canada's housing market this spring amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  
As of Monday (Sept 21), the City of Hamilton is reporting that there have been 1,070 cases of COVID-19 in the community since the first case was confirmed here in mid-March.
Cookies are the answer (to everything) and Hamilton is in no short supply of freshly baked cookies.
If the fact that the pandemic is now approaching six months has you extra stressed, and you'd rather be sipping a cold drink on a hot beach instead, you're in luck--there are plenty of travel deals
Fish & chips are the comfort food we've all been needing these past few months.
Now that the Province is committed to having students return to schools, you might be looking for one more family outing before the end of the summer (or the longest-ever March break).
While COVID-19 is causing health concerns for students and parents this school year, an unexpected side effect of the pandemic is the number of children who will have to go to school hungry.
One of Hamilton's greatest advantages is its proximity to agriculture and green space and having access to all of the rewarding activities associated with them.
The cookie born in Hamilton and sold throughout North America is closing its area retail store.
Good news for those who are fans of wine and Taco Bell.
A popular Canadian cannabis retailer is setting up shop right in the heart of downtown Hamilton and they open this week.
If you’re on Locke Street and you think you might be seeing double, you probably are.
Hamilton’s Dolled Up Desserts has made the move from online to storefront in recent days and they’re bringing their particular vintage panache to James Street North in a big way.
Chocolate Sensations has set up shop on Wilson Street in Ancaster and officially opened their doors to the public on Monday (June 15).
Airbnb says it has suspended more than 40 listings across Ontario as part of its effort to crack down on party houses.
A popular north end coffee shop received a rude wake-up call this morning (Sept. 18) when a vehicle drove into The Cannon, located at 179 Ottawa St N in Hamilton.
With holes in Canada’s social safety net being exposed as businesses closed in March to help curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the appetite for a system overhaul has intensified.
A new life is envisioned for a heritage building in Hamilton whose facade is as familiar to residents as a Tiger-Cats logo.
As more businesses continue to reopen, many leaders are concerned about how they will be able to facilitate physical distancing in the workplace.
OTTAWA -- As Canadians continue to work and study from home this fall in anticipation of a second wave of COVID-19, furniture stores are running low on desks and chairs and other supplies for home o
Recently, the Barton Village BIA welcomed their newest and youngest business owner to the fold, who just so happens to be the daughter of one of the BIA’s longest-standing business owners.
TORONTO -- The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed appeals by Canada's largest telephone and cable companies, handing an interim victory to the country's independent internet providers.
OTTAWA -- The Canadian Real Estate Association says home sales in August climbed 6.2 per cent compared with July to hit an all-time record for the month with gains led by the Greater Toronto Area an
Rents continue to rise in Hamilton but their momentum has slowed somewhat in recent months, a new report shows.
Home sales across the Hamilton-Burlington area experienced an impressive 13 per cent increase from last year, according to the latest report from the Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RA
A proposal to develop a condo building in lower Stoney Creek has been voted down by Hamilton's Planning Committee.
It’s hard to believe the GO bus has been around for so long, but on September 8, GO Transit officially commemorated 50 years of GO bus service in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.
A Hamilton filmmaker is converting a historic North Hamilton building into his dream studio and he’s taking us all along for the ride.
A petition has been launched in an effort to save Century Manor from destruction in the wake of the p
The T. Melville Bailey Park is a small, secluded park located on Hamilton's mountain, a couple of blocks east of West 5, with access through an unassuming alleyway.
With more businesses permitted to reopen, and more Ontarians returning to work, the Province is working to ensure those who are going back to work can get there safely.
OTTAWA -- Federal transport officials have issued the first fines to air passengers who refused to wear face masks on Canadian flights, in violation of a government order to help prevent t
Now that summer is wrapping up, you might be looking ahead to the coming winter months. If you're dreading the coming cold and snow, we've got you covered.
If you find auto insurance confusing, you're not alone.
TORONTO -- The Toronto Raptors signed head coach Nick Nurse to a multi-year contract extension on Tuesday.
The Toronto Raptors got a crucial victory to keep pace with the Boston Celtics, who took games one and two in their second-round series.
Despite the fact they lost today's (August 31) game to the Baltimore Orioles, the Toronto Blue Jays came out winners at the MLB's trade deadline.
Hockey analyst Kelly Hrudey wanted the NHL to respond in a meaningful way after NBA teams boycotted their playoff games Wednesday in the wake of the weekend shooting of Jacob Blake,