Monthly Archives: November 2017

Indigenous artifacts found on site of controversial Burlington quarry expansion

Archaeological crews have found Indigenous artifacts at the site of a controversial Burlington quarry expansion, and opponents are hoping it gives them extra ammunition to get the expansion killed altogether.

Meridian Brick's expansion near a busy Tyandaga neighbourhood involves chopping down 9,000 trees over several years, and removing precious habitat for at least three endangered species.

But this latest snag is different. An...

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Much remains to be done when it comes to quality of life and safety

Sarah Jama is an outreach coordinator at the Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion and a disability justice activist in Hamilton Ontario.

Hamilton has the largest population of people with disabilities in our province.

While this is something to celebrate, especially with International Day of Persons with Disabilities around the corner on Dec. 3, this statistic is also...

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