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Protesters block streets, Shell terminal to support Wet'suwet'en Nation
A group of protesters blocked both Burlington Street and access to a Shell terminal on Emerald Street North Monday.
Baby boy 'healthy and happy' after roadside QEW birth
A "healthy and happy" baby boy was born on the side of the QEW near Niagara Falls Monday morning with the help of paramedics and police.
Man gunned down in Stoney Creek tied to organized crime, sources say
A man who was shot multiple times at his home in Stoney Creek over the weekend has ties to organized crime, multiple sources have confirmed to CBC News.
Ticats linebacker Lawrence suspended two games for hit on Riders quarterback
The CFL suspended Hamilton Tiger-Cats linebacker Simoni Lawrence for two games Monday for hitting Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback Zach Collaros in the head during the league's regular-season opener Thursday night.
Police took 'far too long' to respond to 'violent' Pride protest: Pride Hamilton
Pride Hamilton says it believes a physical confrontation that broke out at the Hamilton Pride festival Saturday could have been prevented by police who took "far too long" to respond.
'I'm living a dream': Raptors victory parade takes over Toronto
Hundreds of thousands of ecstatic Raptors fans packed the streets of Toronto in a mega-celebration today as the team's official NBA championship parade moved slowly through the downtown area, culminating in a victory rally in Nathan Phillips Square.
Singh invokes Tommy Douglas to pitch 2019 election platform
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh summoned the legacy of Tommy Douglas — the father of universal health care in Canada — while unveiling his party's 2019 election platform, pitching voters on a plan to dramatically expand that system to cover mental, dental, eye and hearing.
Man shot multiple times overnight in Stoney Creek
Hamilton police are investigating after a man was shot multiple times in Stoney Creek overnight.
NDP's 2019 election platform promises mental, dental, hearing coverage for all
The NDP will be the first political party to unveil an election platform that promises to drastically expand Canada’s health care system to include, not just pharmacare, but mental, dental, eye and hearing coverage for all citizens.
'Hateful' protest at Hamilton Pride event condemned
Supporters of Hamilton's LGBTQ community are denouncing the actions of "vitriolic" protesters after a physical confrontation broke out between opposing groups at the Hamilton Pride festival at Gage Park on Saturday.
3 new Ontario songs you need to hear this week
Check out new music from The Dirty Nil, Lydia Persaud and Taylor Knox.
City has spent more than $720K on waterfront flood repairs with more to come
Two years of flooding caused heavy damage along Hamilton's waterfront. Now, an update from city staff shows repair costs are mounting even before the damage from this year's record-breaking water levels has been considered.
Waiting for the bell: Waterdown church hopes to ring again soon
Waterdown may soon hear a century-old church bell again, after its lay silent for the past five years.
Police seek young man, after anti-Semitic hate crimes in Burlington
After a string of alleged anti-Semitic and racist hate crimes in Burlington, Halton police have released more details about a person of interest and are again asking the public's help.
Everything you need to know about the Raptors' victory parade Monday
Toronto Raptors fans celebrating their team’s first NBA championship will have another chance to party Monday during the official championship parade and rally.
Hamilton Pride celebrations kick off Saturday, police booth still not welcome
As Pride Hamilton prepares for its annual celebration on Saturday, it also wants to "take stock" of where the event is going.
Chat with our gardeners on Monday June 17 at 12:30 p.m.
Are you ready to have the best garden on your block? Here's how: Ask an expert. Be part of our award-winning live chat with expert gardeners. Also listen to the call-in show with Ontario Today's Ed Lawrence. Call in by dialling 1-888-817-8995 on Monday.
Government announces $18.5M investment at Hamilton airport
The money will be used for airfield rehabilitation and a modernization project that will "support continued cargo and passenger traffic growth," according to the airport.
Can anyone catch — or beat — the Cavalry FC?
With little more than a fortnight remaining, it appears Cavalry FC has some competition. Forge FC has pulled within two points of the unbeaten runaway leaders. But as Nigel Reed writes, the math doesn't add up.
Teen in a red BMW was driving more than twice the speed limit: police
A 19-year-old man was driving a BMW Wednesday, Hamilton police say, more than twice the legal speed limit.
House of Commons unanimously adopts new parental-leave policy for MPs
For the first time ever, members of Parliament will have the right to take paid parental leave from their jobs on Parliament Hill when they adopt or give birth.
Fans go crazy after Toronto Raptors win Canada's 1st NBA championship
Check out the scenes from Toronto's Jurassic Park, other venues across Canada and Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif., as the Toronto Raptors made history against the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of the NBA Finals to win their first NBA Championship.
There's no doubting these Toronto Raptors anymore
There's no more wondering what might have been. No more talking about missed shots or missed opportunities. No more heartbreak. Not this time. Not this team.
Roughriders fall to Ticats after QB Collaros injured early in CFL opener
Frankie Williams' 68-yard punt return TD sparked the Hamilton Tiger-Cats to a 23-17 win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the CFL regular-season opener for both teams Thursday night.
City of Burlington falls for $503,000phishing scheme
Investigations are underway, after the city of Burlington says it was the victim of a $503,000 phishing scheme.
'I'm here for the long haul': Andrea Horwath says she'll lead NDP in next election
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath says she's committed to running for premier in the next election, ahead of her leadership review at this weekend's provincial convention in Hamilton.
Here's your guide to where Raptors fans in Hamilton-Brant-Niagara can watch Game 6
The Toronto Raptors have another shot at making history tonight by being the first Canadian team to win the NBA championship.
Police are drawing their guns more, overall use of force hovers at average
Newly-released police use of force statistics show that while Hamilton officers drew their guns more in 2018, total use of force incidents remained right around average — and police officers occasionally had to deal with people wielding swords.
Riders QB Zach Collaros looking forward to return to Hamilton
It's been over a year, but Zach Collaros hasn't forgotten being traded by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
Canada Soccer opens investigation into alleged racist comments at Calgary-Hamilton game
The governing body for soccer in Canada has opened an investigation into allegations that racist comments were made during a skirmish at the end of a game between Calgary's Cavalry Football Club and Hamilton's Forge Football Club last week.
How his dad's death from cancer forced this Hamilton teen to learn finances fast
When David Chung's father died unexpectedly, the Grade 10 student suddenly had a whole new world of financial responsibilities. Now he's helping other teens learn about money management.
Driver in Flamborough crash was electrocuted, police say
Autopsy results have revealed a 21-year-old man who died in a crash last Sunday morning in Flamborough was electrocuted by a downed wire after getting out of his car.
Dundas moms band together to battle racist graffiti with scrub brushes
When swastikas and racist slurs were scrawled across the schoolyard at St. Bernadette Catholic Elementary over the weekend a group of Dundas women didn't hesitate to take action.
Why coaching all-men's Hamilton Honey Badgers team 'shocked' Chantal Vallée
The Raptors aren't the only Canadian basketball team you can watch on television — as CBC Sports announced this week it will start live streaming games from the Canadian Elite Basketball League.
A 'no brainer': Hamilton restaurants join Mealshare program to feed youth
The Mealshare program launched this week in Hamilton — meaning 11 local restaurants will now donate to youth charities each time you order certain items.
Legal clinic cuts aim to quash resistance to province's agenda, Hamilton director says
A series of "targeted" and "politically motivated" cuts to legal clinics across Ontario are the provincial government's way of making sure its agenda can't be challenged, says the head of the Hamilton Community Legal Clinic.
Pot brownies and more are coming — not until 2020 with lots of question marks: expert
Your friendly, neighbourhood, Ontario-run cannabis store could have a new, and expanded menu. Pot brownies, cannabis tea, cannabis chocolate and much more are on the way but, one expert says, not until 2020.
Teen charged after speeding, almost crashing car into police cruiser: OPP
Provincial police have charged a 19-year-old driver after a vehicle narrowly missed colliding head-on with a cruiser.
50 years ago the U.S. turned off their part of Niagara Falls
In 1969 Niagara's American Falls were "turned off" so engineers could study the effects of rock falls on the flow of the water.
Poverty levels in both Hamilton and Ontario shrinking, SPRC report shows
Poverty levels both in Hamilton and across the province have been dropping for the last two decades, according to a new report from the Social Planning and Research Council.
Wesley Day Centre community hub forced to close
The Wesley Day Centre — a community hub for people experiencing homelessness and precarious housing that has been running in Hamilton for over 20 years — is closing its doors this summer.
Active preschool kids have healthier hearts: McMaster study
The benefits of physical activity on heart health show up as early as preschool, says a new study out of McMaster University.
Police investigating hateful graffiti at Dundas park and school
Hamilton police are investigating hateful graffiti targeting black and Jewish people that has appeared in a Dundas park and schoolyard in recent weeks.
Hamilton school board cutting 173 courses after provincial changes
Hamilton's public school board says it will no longer offer 173 courses planned for next year because of provincial class size changes, budget cuts and declining enrolment.
Body recovered near Princess Point: Hamilton police
After a body was recovered from the water near Princess Point on Tuesday, police say they do not think the death was suspicious.
Ancaster man fined for running illegal slaughterhouse
An Ancaster man has been fined $6,250 for running a slaughterhouse without a licence, the province announced Tuesday.
Northbound lanes of RHVP set to reopen tomorrow, but southbound side closes Friday
The northbound lanes of the Red Hill Valley Parkway (RHVP) are set to reopen Wednesday following weeks of resurfacing work.
Ontario wants anti-carbon tax gas pump stickers displayed by end of August
The Ontario government wants gas station operators to display its mandatory anti-carbon tax stickers by the end of the summer or face potential Provincial Offences Act charges.
Front Page Challenge online, Thursday at noon: Can you name this Hamilton newsmaker?
Welcome to a new edition of the CBC's classic news knowledge contest, the Front Page Challenge, where you compete with a CBC Hamilton reporter to name the mystery Hamilton newsmaker. Our next challenge takes place on Thursday June 13, 2019 at noon live on this page and on Facebook.
Man arrested after 2nd attempt to cash phoney cheque in 2 days: police
Police were called around 6:30 p.m. Monday after workers said they recognized the man from an incident two days before at a different store where he managed to cash a fraudulent cheque.