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Hamilton Reads for the holidays

Choosing the perfect book for a special someone on your list can be overwhelming, so we’ve created a list featuring some of our favourite recent reads — all by authors with a Hamilton connection. This holiday season, give the gift of local literature!  Chrysalis Anuja Varghese Since…
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City Life

Holiday train rolls through Hamilton

The festive display of the Canadian Pacific Kansas City (CPKC) Holiday Train, featuring 14 railcars decorated with thousands of lights, attracted crowds to Gage Park on Wednesday. The train also featured music performances from Canadian act Kiesza and Australian country music duo Seaforth. The train, which travels across…
City Life

For the love of Hamilton

This regular feature highlights people from all walks of life who have embraced Hamilton as their new home RACHEL RIORDAN has been illustrating since before I could even say Illustrating. I grew up with a pencil in my hand and devoured paper. As an adult, I've been fortunate…
Made in Hamilton

The Salvation Army: Behind the front lines

You know the red collection kettles but they are just a holiday symbol of all The Salvation Army does throughout the year. Here is a range of people and programs you can think about when you hear volunteers ringing those bells this season. When thinking about The Salvation…
Food + Drink

Give the gift of season’s eatings

Your mouth will water just reading about the delicious food products being created and served in Hamilton and Burlington. One of these delightful gifts would be a perfect addition to a stocking, tree or holiday table near you. It comes as no surprise that buying local continues…