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The couple claim the Children's Aid Society violated their freedom of conscience and religion, freedom of expression and right to be free from discrimination.
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The slump in new housing construction in the GTA, which is the worst observed in the past 15 years, can be addressed if one were to understand the fundamental axioms of urban economics. The land is a heterogeneous good whose fertility (profitability) varies widely over space. The provision of low productivity land in undesirable remote places does not qualify as land supply.
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"Had the best breakfast at Cannon in Ottawa st, Hamilton."
The house was surrounded by police officers, neighbours and reporters.
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"What does a criminal look like?"
One of the contenders in this category is Hamilton, Ontario's own band The City Harmonic. The band is composed of four worshipers from four small churches who began by singing hymns and spiritual songs. Since then, The City Harmonic is no stranger to success, having won its first Juno in 2013.
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"It is heartwarming to see the public's concern for the well-being of those in need."
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Resources are being cut and this gives me reason to be afraid. Producers will no longer have as much time to seek out people like me, and I believe instead they'll resort to their usual talking heads who can't relate or provide the same commentary as somebody with living with mental illness.
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Police have made a breakthrough in a 30-year-old missing person’s case and identified the remains of Hamilton man David Nixon. For decades, Nixon’s body sat in an unmarked grave in Toronto. But in Oc...
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The city's current measles outbreak is not over yet due to a recent suspected case in Burlington that, if confirmed, would be the fourth case originating from a Hamilton resident and could mean c...
A police chase that began at a video game store break-in in Thornhill and ended 90 kilometres away in Hamilton ran so long that both police and the suspect car had to stop for gas. Police say the lon...
There is "no evidence" that a Hamilton man died from trauma he sustained during an unregulated mixed martial arts match, according to representative from a Michigan coroner's office. The St. Clair Co...