Mohawk President Ron McKerlie and graduates of Mohawk College were invited to an alumni breakfast hosted at City Hall at the end of February.While the breakfast presented alumni with the opportunity to catch up and network over snacks and coffee, it also preceded a city council meeting at which McKerlie ...

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Stop the killing. Enforce the law. This is the slogan of a new workplace safety campaign launched by the United Steelworkers of Canada (USW). On February 5, members of the campaign presented in front of Hamilton’s city council. Its goal was to convince councillors to bring more pressure on provincial ...

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Hamilton’s Waterfront property redevelopment is one step closer to implementation. On January 22, the General Issues Committee approved recommendations to make the West Harbour Piers five to eight “development-ready” by 2018. This process will begin with a pro-active environmental assessment of the land, which is set to begin in the ...

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