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    Hamilton Police Service honours bravery at Annual Appreciation and Awards Night

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    Hamilton Police Service (HPS) held their Annual Appreciation and Awards Night last month, with multiple awards presented to both citizens and members of the service.

    Awards were given out in recognition of exemplary service, acts of bravery, and outstanding service for the community.

    The Member of the Year was announced as Detective Constable Domenic Di Cienzo, who police say “demonstrated exemplary courage and compassion on February 8, 2023.”

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    Average rents in Canada reach record high, while Hamilton rents down slightly: Report

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    The average one-bedroom rent in Hamilton was down 1.8 per cent month-over-month to $1,806 in May 2024, according to the latest Rentals.ca market update.

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    The disgrace in our schools

    Opinion

    In recent weeks we have seen a number of disgraceful anti-Semitic incidents in our public school system.

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    Where the parties stand ahead of Monday’s federal by-election

    National

    Where in the world is Jagmeet Singh? While this question isn’t meant in the literal sense, one has to wonder what is going on at NDP headquarters.

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    Conservatives’ efforts bridging the east – west divide (Part 2 of 3)

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    We R CONSERVATIVE (WRC) is a federal registered non-profit political advocacy organization whose mission is raising awareness of the misdeeds of the governing Liberals and of the biased national press corps.

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    Hamilton’s anti-renoviction bylaw made official, will begin January 2025

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    Hamilton City Council has officially passed a new bylaw meant to protect tenants in the city from renovictions. Enforcement begins on Jan. 1, 2025.

    The bylaw is expected to be the first of its kind in Ontario, with a similar law only in place in some areas of British Columbia.

    City of Hamilton Housing Services defines renovictions as “when a landlord in bad faith undertakes legal renovations or uses the proposal of renovations to evict a tenant from their unit in order to rent the unit at a higher price with or without improvements.”

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    City to phase out development charge exemptions, but slower than originally proposed

    Local

    Hamilton City Council recently voted to phase out long-standing development charge discounts meant to encourage new builds.

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    Ford’s bloated cabinet reflects an embrace of big government

    Provincial

    Is Queen’s Park nearly twice as effective as it was six years ago?

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    The clash: Can Trudeau recapture the magic of 2015?

    National

    Should he stay or should he go? That is the question that many are asking about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ahead of the next election.

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    Lecce leaves strong legacy in education portfolio, hits the ground running in energy

    Provincial

    Stephen Lecce certainly didn’t waste any time after the recent cabinet shuffle landed him in the expanded portfolio of energy and electrification, ending a relatively successful five-year run as minister of education.

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