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Hamilton’s 2 photo radar cameras out of service due to vandalism, says city

Hamilton’s two automated speed enforcement (ASE) cameras are on the sidelines after the mobile stations were vandalized last week, according to the city’s transportation operations. Since the cameras were deployed in early October, the units have been abused by vandals over a dozen times, says transportation manager Mike Field. “I would say about 15…

City of Hamilton seeks public input on construction of new viewing platform at Albion Falls

City of Hamilton seeks public input on construction of new viewing platform at Albion Falls

The city of Hamilton is asking for public input about one of its most popular waterfalls. On Wednesday, the city launched a survey to gauge how much interest there would be in the construction of a new viewing platform at Albion Falls. The new access point would be on the south side of the…

Coronavirus: Downtown Hamilton pharmacy offering ‘drive-thru’ flu shots

Coronavirus: Downtown Hamilton pharmacy offering ‘drive-thru’ flu shots

A downtown Hamilton pharmacy is rethinking how it’s able to offer the flu vaccine to patients as COVID-19 cases continue to rise. The Pharmasave in the Medical Arts building on James Street South will be holding a drive-thru flu clinic in its parking lot between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday. Those who…

Lion’s Lair 2020: online paint store wins Hamilton innovation contest

Lion’s Lair 2020: online paint store wins Hamilton innovation contest

A Hamilton-based online paint store, which boasts being Canada’s first, has taken top prize with the Innovation Factory’s annual Lion’s Lair competition. The e-retailer picked up the $30,000 prize for providing a convenient online portal to 60 of the most popular colours of high-quality, made-in-Canada paints. CEO and co-founder Jill Torrance said the business model…