clock made of flowers from the article Roadside-attraction showdown: Niagara Falls’ Floral Clock
The first entry in the showdown is 12 metres wide and boasts 20,000 plants.
a masked woman sits on a chair while a man in PPE leans over her arm from the article ‘Bring the things to the people’: Why tenants and experts want more vaccination options
After the outbreak at Hamilton’s Rececca Towers, residents had access to shots onsite — and they want others to have the same opportunity.
a green bus on a busy city street; two pedestrians on the sidewalk from the article What mobility data can — and can’t — tell us about COVID-19
Public-health units analyze cellphone info to track and predict spread. What does it reveal at this stage of the pandemic, and what are its limitations?
two large army-green tents in a parking lot from the article How do you build a field hospital?
Hamilton’s new mobile health unit will soon be ready to receive patients. Even with cases falling, experts say, the facility plays an important part in the fight against COVID-19.
a multi-storey apartment building with balconies from the article What’s driving apartment-building outbreaks?
Hamilton has declared three outbreaks in multi-unit residential buildings — and that has tenants and experts concerned about the source of spread.

Most Recent in Hamilton-Niagara

Published On: July 23, 2021
Niagara-on-the-Lake has a unique history with the Spanish Flu. Hamilton-Niagara Ontario Hub journalist Justin Chandler tells us more.
Published On: July 02, 2021
Hamilton-Niagara Hub journalist Justin Chandler explains how "hockey hub" vaccination sites are working around the province.
Published On: June 11, 2021
Hamilton-Niagara Hub journalist Justin Chandler discusses how that region is using mobility data to determine virus spread.
Published On: May 21, 2021
With outbreaks happening in some apartment buildings, we look at what might be the cause.
Published On: May 05, 2021
A new study shows many people want to improve their mental health through exercise — but poor mental health is a barrier. So what’s the solution?
Published On: May 03, 2021
Yet another conservation authority will consider permitting developers to displace some wetlands and build them elsewhere.
Published On: April 21, 2021
Renewable natural gas can be burned to produce electricity or used as fuel. Hamilton is doing both
Published On: April 15, 2021
Many Ontarians have questions about how the province decided on its priority areas. Public-health units do, too.
Published On: April 08, 2021
For some Ontario communities, density isn’t just a housing issue — it’s a burial issue, too.
Published On: March 31, 2021
More than a century apart, two pandemics revealed similar fault lines in the city — and that has advocates calling for change now and for any future pandemics.
Published On: March 29, 2021
As Hamilton grows, residents and politicians are questioning how to balance historical preservation with new development.
Published On: April 21, 2020
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Published On: March 05, 2021
Should part-time and seasonal workers in Hamilton get a pay hike?
Published On: March 04, 2021
The City of Hamilton pays a living wage to all employees, with the exception of about 200 part-time student workers — and that has advocates calling for a raise.
Published On: February 17, 2021 speaks with McMaster prof Ravi Selvaganapathy about how his team is tackling PPE recycling — and the larger issue of sustainability.
Published On: February 12, 2021
As the pandemic highlights the role of governments and politics, more Hamiltonians are turning out to voice their concerns.
Published On: February 01, 2021 speaks with the McMaster University prof about mutations — and what Ontario should do to avoid a third wave with even higher case counts.
Published On: January 22, 2021
Started in Hamilton, the CP@Clinic program sends paramedics into the community to offer medical advice, check-ins, and social connection.