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Family homeless in Hamilton fire

A family is homeless in one of two overnight fires in Hamilton. Two occupants in the St. Clair Boulevard home weren’t injured but their two cats died in the fire, which caused 100-thousand dollars in damage. Firefighters were then called

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Fire erupts in Hamilton warehouse

A Hamilton warehouse erupted in flames on Beach Boulevard this morning. Nearly ten fire units were called to the Canoe Factory Outlet just before 7 0’clock this (Monday) morning. A Fire Department spokesperson says no one was injured and everyone

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Woman dead in Hamilton shooting

A woman is dead after she was shot early today (Monday) in east-end Hamilton. Hamilton Police say the woman, in her 30’s, was killed in a “targeted shooting” in the Barton-Lottridge streets area about 5 0’clock this morning. Investigators say

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Hamilton nearly tops for jobs

Hamilton is the runner-up when it comes to the best place to find a job. The city jumped 25 spots in the latest BMO Labour Market Report Card, falling just behind Kelowna,B.C., which had a 14.3 per cent increase in

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One dead in Hamilton apartment fire

One person died in a fire early today in Hamilton. Police say an unresponsive man was found in a Hess Street South apartment about 1:30 this morning. Efforts to revive him failed and he died in hospital. The Fire Marshal’s

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Hamilton councillors threatened in e-mail

Hamilton police are investigating a threat e-mailed to city councillors that made reference to the Las Vegas shooting. Several officers arrived at City Hall yesterday (Wed.) as councillors were holding a committee meeting. An extra security guard was posted outside

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Hamilton has one billion reasons to smile

Hamilton is celebrating a milestone. The city has exceeded one-billion dollars worth of construction as of the end of the September- with three months to go this year. Chief Building Official Ed VanderWindt says the milestone represents about 66-hundred projects

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Hamilton paramedics raising funds for cancer programs

Hamilton paramedics are launching a unique fundraising campaign to support St. Joseph’s Healthcare and Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre. They’ll wear pink epaulettes – an ornamental decoration – to educate the public on how funds raised locally stay locally to

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Stryker Canada breaks ground on new headquarters

Hamilton is the new home for Stryker Canada. The medical technology company will expand in the Waterdown area with a new national head office along Highway 6 near Parkside drive. The company has an office close to where they new

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Hamilton jail guard falls ill

A Hamilton-Wentworth Detention Centre correctional officer was rushed to hospital after suddenly becoming ill. Several other officers were checked over as a precaution yesterday (Thursday). The Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services wouldn’t comment on union report that the

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Dog bite didn’t cause Hamilton man’s death

Hamilton police say a dog didn’t contribute to a man’s death. Paramedics were called to Belview Avenue Wednesday afternoon to deal with an emergency. A man in his 60’s, who had been bitten by a dog at some point, was

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Seven lucky for Hamilton

Seven turns out to be very luck for Hamilton. The city’s economic development office won seven prestigious national and international marketing awards over the past two weeks. The office earned kudos for its foreign direct investment work as well as

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Hamilton man dies suddenly after dog bite

The coroner’s office is investigating the sudden death of a Hamilton man in his 60’s who was bitten by a dog. However, neither police or animal control would say if the dog played a role in the man’s death yesterday

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Mexican film director puts spotlight on Hamilton

A film director from Mexico says Hamilton is a “powerhouse” of creativity. Guillermo del Toro, who has brought “The Shape of Water” — to the Toronto International Film Festival, would like to open a studio in Hamilton. “The Shape of

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Hamilton records sixth murder of 2017

Hamilton has recorded its sixth murder of the year. Investigators called to the Coco Bongo Lounge on York Boulevard found a man badly injured early yesterday (Sunday) morning. He was rushed to hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. The

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