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New study asks students, teachers to perform hour-long audit investigating current state of activity and learning opportunities in schoolyards.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spent Good Friday in Hamilton where he helped serve lunch at St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church before attending the Good Friday service.
The president of the Ukrainian Culture Centre in Hamilton says that many organizations across the city have offered their spaces after a fire last week destroyed the centre.
Hamilton's first-ever legal pot shop is opening Saturday at The Centre on Barton and owner Steven Fry has adequately prepared for a busy debut weekend.
A brand of veggie burgers — Kirkland Signature brand Harvest Burgers — are being recalled because of the possibility they contain pieces of metal.
The city of Hamilton is warning of the potential flood risk with rain and warmer temperatures on the way.
Black smoke filled the air Thursday afternoon, as Hamilton firefighters battled a burning nine-by-nine metre pile of scrap metal in the city's east end.
Around one in five Ontario children have a mental health disorder — about the same percentage as in 1983 — but more people now perceive a need for professional help, according to a province-wide study out of McMaster University.
Here's a rundown of closures and holiday hours affecting liquor stores, public services, garbage collection, transit, and the post.
CBC Sports and CBCSports.ca will live stream 20 games of the Canadian Premier League, including the league's inaugural match Apr. 27 at 1 p.m. ET when Hamilton's Forge FC hosts Toronto's York9 FC.
Det.-Sgt. Shane Donovan was scheduled to make his first court appearance in St. Catharines Thursday. He's charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault and assault with a weapon.
The owner of the Crowne Plaza Niagara Falls hotel says the father and daughter won't have to pay for their stay after they were kicked out for supporting striking workers at the Rainforest Café, owned by the same company.
Neighbours along the Stoney Creek shore are getting increasingly anxious over three planned condo towers that would be the tallest buildings in Hamilton.
Contract talks between the CFL and its players have turned ugly. The CFL Players' Association has instructed its players not to make travel arrangements to attend training camps when they open May 19.