Despite the fact restaurants have been permitted to resume offering dine-in services--albeit in a reduced capacity--many restaurateurs believe it will take at least a year for their establishments to
If you’re on Locke Street and you think you might be seeing double, you probably are.
During an emergency council meeting Tuesday (July 7), councillors voted to amend a bylaw that will temporarily allow more food and drink establishments to operate outdoor patios on sidewalks and pa
Cineplex Inc. has filed a lawsuit against its former suitor Cineworld Group PLC, seeking damages in excess of $2.18 billion in the wake of the U.K.
Hamilton's Alves Meats & Variety has been serving up the flavours of Portugal and Spain for more than three decades and now they're bringing their unique flair and flavour to a broader audience
All five of Canada's biggest banks are joining an international boycott of Facebook over concerns that the platform is complicit in promoting racism, violence and misinformation.
Chocolate Sensations has set up shop on Wilson Street in Ancaster and officially opened their doors to the public on Monday (June 15).
Hamilton’s comedy scene needs help and it’s no laughing matter.
Microsoft on Friday (June 26) announced that they would be closing all their retail locations and pivot towards digital storefronts and remote customer support.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadian companies are now producing so much personal protective equipment needed in the fight against COVID-19 that Canada is almost at the point of&nb