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Hamilton looks to create Task Force to guide city's ...
Www.inthehammer.com Apr 27, 2020 · A motion before Hamilton City Council this week is looking to establish a task force whose goal will be to support and guide the city's economic recovery once the threat of COVID-19 passes.The motion, introduced by Ward 6 councillor Tom Jackson, calls on the city's Director of Economic Development and Director of Tourism and Culture to develop the Terms of Reference for the creation …
Taylor’s Tea Room | inthehammer.com
Www.inthehammer.com LocationTaylor’s Tea Room11 King Street WHamilton, OntarioSee map: Google MapsPhone: (905) 6283768 Website: http:taylorstearoom.
Interest in real estate declining during pandemic ...
Www.inthehammer.com According to a recent report, March has seen a declining interest in the number of people looking for a new home. The report, from Point2 Homes found a decrease in the number of people searching for real estate throughout March which peaked at -32 per cent on March 16.
Housing prices projected to continue decline | inthehammer.com
Www.inthehammer.com The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) projects the demand for housing will continue to decline through 2020.According to a report, the Housing Market Outlook - Special Edition, released by the CMHC, housing starts, sales, and prices for Canada’s major housing markets are likely to remain below their pre-COVID-19 levels for the foreseeable future.
Ontario reports over 500 COVID-19 cases in the province ...
Www.inthehammer.com Mar 23, 2020 · As of 11:00 am on March 23, Ontario is reporting 503 cases of the novel coronavirus in the province. According to Ontario's COVID-19 website, eight cases have been resolved and six people have died of the virus.. The website says 8,417 possible cases are under investigation, while 19,586 people have tested negative.
Popular Hamilton pub celebrates reopening with a beautiful ...
Www.inthehammer.com Aug 18, 2020 · West Town Bar & Grill celebrated their grand reopening this past weekend and customers will be surprised by some of the changes they’ve made.This Locke Street stalwart has used their time off due to COVID-19 to undergo some extensive renovations but perhaps the biggest — and quite welcome — change is the addition of a beautiful patio.
$1 million Maxmillions lotto ticket sold in Hamilton ...
Www.inthehammer.com The winning ticket for the $70 million Lotto Max jackpot for the Feb 25 draw was sold in Quebec, but Ontario wasn’t left empty-handed, According to Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG), five winning Maxmillions tickets were sold in the province.Three Maxmillions tickets, worth $1 million each, were sold in Hamilton, Oxford County, and Sudbury District.
Canadians prefer buying local: survey | inthehammer.com
Www.inthehammer.com Additionally, only 23 per cent of respondents said they were concerned about reduced product variety in the long term. Further, 64 per cent of respondents said they would prefer to support companies that avoided layoffs during the pandemic, while 74 per cent said they would prefer to support companies that prioritized the safety of their employees and food processing.
Weather related power outages in Hamilton | inthehammer.com
Www.inthehammer.com Mar 10, 2020 · Alectra Utilities said there is a “limited power outage” Tuesday morning in the area of Gray Rd. and Eastdale Blvd. and Barton St. to Celtic Dr. of Stoney Creek affecting 145 customers.
COVID-19 outbreak re-declared at Hamilton nursing home ...
Www.inthehammer.com An outbreak of COVID-19 has been re-declared at a Stoney Creek nursing home.On Friday, May 1, the city re-declared an outbreak at Heritage Green Nursing Home after finding three positive tests while carrying out the recently-announced, provincially-mandated testing of …
The Diplomat | inthehammer.com
Www.inthehammer.com LocationThe Diplomat43 King William StHamilton, OntarioSee map: Google MapsPhone: (905) 5234343 Website: https:thediplomat.
ViMex Corner | inthehammer.com
Www.inthehammer.com Hamilton man facing weapons charges following traffic stop: police. Several West Hamilton schools dismiss early due to power outage. ViMex Corner
Best on Bread | inthehammer.com
Www.inthehammer.com LocationBest on Bread35 York Boulevard In the Farmer's MarketHamilton, OntarioSee map: Google MapsPhone: (905) 9210808 Website: https:hamiltonfarmersmarket.
Police to impose hefty fines on gatherings of 50 or more ...
Www.inthehammer.com Mar 21, 2020 · Police will be strictly enforcing orders made by the government during the current COVID-19 pandemic, which will include imposing big fines in some cases.On Tuesday, March 17, the province declared a state of emergency during which most non-essential facilities have been instructed to close down until further notice, and all organized public events of over fifty people are prohibited.
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New visitor rules in effect after Hamilton greenhouse ...
Www.inthehammer.com Aug 15, 2020 · Residents are now able to once again visit the Gage Park Tropical Greenhouse — but they need to keep in mind a few new rules while doing so.The greenhouse, which features 18,720 square feet of space for growing plants year round, is currently open from 10 a.
More than half of small businesses won't be able to pay ...
Www.inthehammer.com More than half of small businesses will not be able to pay rent for May without additional financial support.Despite the fact the Federal Government announced it would work with the provinces to help with rent, many small-business owners are concerned about how they’ll be able to keep their doors open—metaphorically speaking.
Preparing for battle: Doctor on front lines shares how ...
Www.inthehammer.com Each morning when Dr. Seema Marwaha is preparing for work, she thinks about her husband, her 15-month-old son and the possibility she could bring home a dangerous virus.
Hamilton Police searching for man wanted in break and ...
Www.inthehammer.com May 29, 2020 · Hamilton Police are searching for a man wanted in connection with a number of break and enters and who has several outstanding warrants for his arrest.Police say as a result of several investigations into a series of residential and commercial break and enter incidents that occurred in March and April 2020, Joshua Law has been identified as a suspect.
Mike's Subs | inthehammer.com
Www.inthehammer.com LocationMike's Subs1050 Upper Gage Ave.Hamilton, OntarioSee map: Google MapsPhone: (905) 5759118 Website: https:www.
Eastgate Square | inthehammer.com
Www.inthehammer.com LocationEastgate Square75 Centennial Parkway Stoney CreekHamilton, OntarioSee map: Google MapsPhone: (905) 5612444 Website: https:www.eastgatesquare.
Outstanding suspect in violent variety store robbery in ...
Www.inthehammer.com Jan 17, 2020 · On Dec. 31, police were called to the Extra Variety Store located at 1110 Cannon St. E to reports of a robbery. Police say three suspects entered the store and the employee was immediately stabbed multiple times and then store merchandise was stolen.
Starbucks will require customers wear masks at all ...
Www.inthehammer.com Sep 01, 2020 · This new rule will come into effect September 14. While many Starbucks' customers have been required to wear masks for some time now due to regional by-laws that require residents to wear masks while inside enclosed public spaces, this new regulation was specifically implemented for regions that don't have mask by-laws in place.
Ontario makes temporary change so businesses can avoid ...
Www.inthehammer.com Ontario is temporarily amending its labour laws to help businesses avoid permanently laying off workers and paying out severance, which could send some into bankruptcy during the pandemic.The government is expected to announce today that it will amend the Employment Standards Act, which requires businesses to terminate employees who have been laid off for 13 weeks.
Housing starts are down for December in Ontario ...
Www.inthehammer.com Jan 10, 2020 · The trend for housing starts in December 2019 was just 212,160—down from November’s 219,921 units.This represents a decrease of 3.5 per cent.
Some Hamilton students will not be getting report cards ...
Www.inthehammer.com Jan 22, 2020 · The Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board (HWDSB), told parents Wednesday (Jan. 22) that elementary teachers will not be handing out term one report cards issued this year due to …
Hamilton's skies to be lit by special full moon this ...
Www.inthehammer.com Jun 05, 2020 · A sweet little show will take place in the skies above Hamilton Friday (June 5) evening.According to The Old Farmer's Almanac, a full Strawberry Moon will be on the rise Friday night, a lunar event which traditionally acted as a symbol of the changing seasons.
Without Indigenous consent for pipelines, expect more ...
Www.inthehammer.com Canadians can expect more disruptive protests if the federal government pushes forward with the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion against the wishes of some of the Indigenous communities it will pass through, says a British Columbia lawyer and Indigenous negotiator.In the last month, Indigenous people across the country set up barricades on train tracks, roads and bridges, in solidarity with ...
Dundurn Castle | inthehammer.com
Www.inthehammer.com LocationDundurn Castle610 York BlvdHamilton, OntarioSee map: Google MapsPhone: (905) 5462872 Website: https:www.hamilton.
McMaster University launches review of Black students ...
Www.inthehammer.com Jul 17, 2020 · McMaster University announced Friday (July 17) that they were launching a review of Black student-athletes' experiences in the school's athletics program.In a release, Mac says that the review, which will look back as far as 2010, will include interviews with current and former Black student-athletes, other student-athletes, and athletics staff, including coaches and administrators.