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Mural festival plans to change Hamilton’s ‘visual landscape’

Festival organizers Scott McDonald and Leon ‘Eklipz’ Robinson bring the Concrete Canvas mural festival back after a two year hiatus.

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Vigil planned for Hamilton woman at site where she was brutally attacked by 24-year-old man

Sex Workers’ Action Program Hamilton has organized a vigil for a 46-year-old woman who suffered a violent sexual assault on…

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Cricket in Hamilton: 175 years of history, lots of players, nowhere to play

The sport of cricket has exploded in popularity over the last year, and the city of Hamilton currently only has…

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Hamilton’s first Queer Prom was a night to remember

Pride Month may be over but memories of recent events are still fresh for some. Before the month kicked off,…

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After fleeing civil war as a child, the ‘mayor of the rail trail’ in Hamilton uses rock art to help him heal

If it’s a nice day in Hamilton, chances are good that Antonio Merino will be sitting at his special spot…

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A Sudanese immigrant’s guide to building a community in Hamilton

Originally from Sudan, Suad Badri came to Canada in 2015. As a single mother with her children back in Sudan,…

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Pride event in Hamilton to be indoors with police presence, 3 years after violence in Gage Park

As Pride Hamilton gets ready for its first in-person celebration since 2019, some community members say the Hamilton Police Service…

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Man, 24, arrested in connection to ‘brutal attack’ on 46-year-old woman, police say

A 24-year–old man has been arrested in connection with the sexual assault of a woman on Monday, Hamilton police say.

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Tim Baker, The Dirty Nil, Sarah Harmer and more featured at Supercrawl this fall

Supercrawl organizers on Thursday unveiled the musical lineup for this fall’s free festival weekend, taking place Sept. 9-11 along James…

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Corpse flower ‘Arthur’ at Hamilton greenhouse is ready for a bloom that smells like death

McMaster University’s biology greenhouse is expecting to see their stinky corpse flower ‘Arthur’ bloom over the weekend.

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