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Hamilton Spectator 31m
New survey data from the Association of Canadian Studies says 60 per cent of respondents hold a somewhat or very positive view of nationalism. And there appears to be an association between views on nationalism and their views on multiculturalism.
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Doug Ford is the PC leader who was caught on video speculating about opening the Greenbelt for development. The reaction was furious. His party's platform specifically promised to protect the Greenbelt. But that was then, writes Geoffrey Stevens.
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The Dolphins' bench emptied after Kenyan Drake scored the game-winning touchdown on a wild 14 yard pass and double lateral play in the final 16 seconds against the Patriots.
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"I was absolutely floored": Connie Moultroup, 69, met her mother for the first time this month. After giving birth in 1949, Genevieve Purinton, 88, said, she was told her newborn had died. When they met the connection "was almost instantaneous."
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The good, the bad, the amalgamated The new City of Hamilton turns 18 on Jan. 1. Here's a look at the history of the merger.
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Milan is looking to shift its colour palette toward green. The Italian city has ambitious plans to plant 3 million new trees by 2030 — a move that experts say could offer relief from the muggy, sometimes tropical weather.
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Men's preference for younger mates appears to be a driving force behind the number of women still dying in childbirth, according to a new paper from McMaster researchers.
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Michelle Straschnitzki, who has been lobbying for seat belts on team buses, said she hopes this latest accident will serve as a warning to motorists who aren't paying attention.
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Tired of waiting for major construction projects to come to them, a growing coalition of Canada's First Nations is instead taking the lead on ventures to better control their economic futures.
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The world is not an ideal place but we can make a difference if we choose not to look the other way, writes Maryam Rafiee.
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Migraines affect 10 per cent of the worlds population. For years treatment was limited to addressing symptoms, rather than prevention. But new treatments are giving patients more options to manage what is now understood to be a complex neurological disease
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Amid international scrutiny about the arrest of a senior official of Chinese telecom giant Huawei, the province of British Columbia is suspending the China leg of its Asian forestry trade mission.
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Hamilton Spectator 7h
Looking directly at Trump, former PM Brian Mulroney said "when George Bush was president ... every single head of government in the world knew they were dealing with a true gentleman." The contrast couldn't have been more stark, writes Robin V. Sears.
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More than 150 students converged at the to design solutions to urban challenges using open source data.
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December marks the last month that commuters in Toronto will be able to use Metropasses on the TTC, as the network of buses, streetcars and subways switches over to the Presto card system.
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Hamilton Spectator 8h
Visitors at Westfield Heritage Village could: 🎆 watch a firework, 📝 send letters to the North Pole by telegraph from the railway station, 🎅 visit Father Christmas, 🎁 do a Christmas craft in the schoolhouse, and 🎤 participate in a singalong.
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For decades, has relied on a cadre of temporary journalists to produce its hourly newscasts and popular news programs. Several temps interviewed for this story use the same word to describe NPR's temp system: "Exploitative."
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Update: Dawson Farr, a Hamilton resident, faces charges of manslaughter and assault with a weapon. He appeared in court via video this morning.
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Hamilton Spectator 9h
Canadian fighter Kyle Nelson packed light for his regular three-hour trip from cottage country to Stoney Creek. He had the essentials though and they came in handy when he got a late call to make his Octagon debut at UFC 231.
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Hamilton Spectator 10h
Canada is at risk of retaliation from China, including the arrest of Canadians in the country, said a former ambassador to China after the chief financial officer of Chinese-owned Huawei was taken into custody this week.
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