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    Hamilton’s HSR celebrating 150 years with festivities starting next week

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    The Hamilton Street Railway (HSR), Hamilton’s transit service, is celebrating its 150th anniversary, with festivities starting on both Monday and Tuesday.

    The HSR began in May 1874, with horse-drawn streetcars that ran on rails, before moving to electric streetcars in 1892 and then buses.

    To celebrate the 150 years, Tourism Hamilton will be hosting a free exhibit at their Visitor Experience Centre that “honours HSR’s long standing service to the community.”

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    One person experiencing homelessness dies every ten days on average in Hamilton: report

    Local

    New data from a group of local healthcare providers shows that one person experiencing homelessness dies every ten days on average in the City of Hamilton.

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    Is British Columbia on track for another provincial election upset?

    Provincial

    Wednesday marked the 11th anniversary of one of the most dramatic electoral upsets in recent Canadian history, when former Premier Christy Clark successfully…

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    24 facts for 2024 that reflect Trudeau’s Canada: Part Two

    National

    Here are 24 facts for 2024 that reflect the state of the country, that is Canada after eight-and-a-half years of Justin Trudeau as Prime Minister.

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    How Robert Kennedy Jr could impact the Presidential Race

    Opinion

    The battle for the White House will be determined in less than six months. While presidential campaigns once kicked off on Labour Day, the advent of social media…

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    Northern Heat Rib Series Ribfest returning to Hamilton this weekend

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    The Northern Heat Rib Series returns to Hamilton this weekend with the Binbrook Rib and Beer Fest at the Binbrook Fairgrounds.

    The ribfest begins on Friday, May 17 at 4pm and will end at 7pm on Monday, May 20.

    The Binbrook event runs for four days due to the Victoria Day long weekend.

    Each ribfest has up to five rib trucks per show and offers live music.

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    April housing market saw slow sales activity: Realtors Association

    Local

    The latest update from the Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) says that sales activity is slow, while new listings rise and prices continue to trend slightly upwards.

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    RIP Rex

    In Memory

    There have been a lot of tributes to the incomparable Rex Murphy over the last few days…

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    Balanced Budget Hopes Meet Toronto Maple Leaf Frustrations

    Opinion

    Sometimes a little meme can say so much.

    Take the one where Justin Trudeau becomes the new coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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    What is the fuss about the Electoral College

    Opinion

    As the US election approaches, more news, opinions, and information will be discussed about America’s electoral college and whether or not it has become obsolete.

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