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In 1975, local boxers took their shot at fame as Parkside High School hosted the all Ontario intermediate and senior boxing championships.
Act Now to Save Parkside High School From Demolition Raise the Hammer
By Shannon Kyles Published September 27, 2016. Parkside High School, Dundas. In 1960, Parkside High School won both National and International awards ...
Police launch tear gas as Hong Kong protest turns violent TheSpec.com
Hong Kong's protest movement took a violent turn Sunday as police launched tear gas at protesters after a massive march continued late into the evening.
Turn Parkside high school into affordable condos, says Dundas group CBC.ca
They fought to keep Parkside Secondary open in Dundas. Now, a group of Dundas citizens wants to turn the former high school building into an affordable ...
City seals deal to buy Parkside high school Hamilton Spectator
The City of Hamilton officially became the owner of the Parkside Secondary School property in Dundas last week for the sale price of $3.4 million.
No heritage reprieve for old Parkside high school Hamilton Spectator
A heritage group recommendation to delay demolition for a heritage study was rejected by the city's planning committee.
Dundas' Parkside Secondary School demolition will preserve small features HamiltonNews
The demolition of Parkside Secondary School is expected to start before the end of October and will preserve some distinctive features of the property including ...
History of Dundas' Parkside school protected by board archives HamiltonNews
The process for preserving Parkside Secondary School's historic material and memorabilia began more than two years ago – and resulted in a significant ...
Salvage a Pavillion at Parkside Raise the Hammer
By Shannon Kyles Published October 18, 2016. On October 3, 2016 a petition to save Parkside High School was presented to the Dundas Councillor Arlene ...
City hopes to raze former Parkside school in Dundas this month Hamilton Spectator
The city hopes to tender the demolition of the former Parkside High School in Dundas this month with removal of the building taking place over the next year.
Dundas council hopefuls say VanderBeek doesn't call people back CBC.ca
As Hamilton-wide issues go, a Canadian Tire replacing a Metro grocery store isn't a big one. But for some Dundas residents, it represents a bigger beef — they ...
Chopper in Hamilton skies Thursday will look for deer TheSpec.com
The Hamilton Conservation Authority will be counting deer to get a handle on the threat they pose to tree-seeding efforts in the Dundas Valley and Iroquoia ...
Westmount wins national Reach for the Top competition TheSpec.com
This was the first time a Hamilton school made it to nationals in the fast-paced quiz competition in the program's more-than-50-year history.
Hamilton elementary track and field stars compete at Mohawk meet TheSpec.com
Sixty-two schools are participating in the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board Senior Elementary Division II track and field meet over three days at Mohawk ...
Sunwing ordered to compensate 16255 passengers after delays during 2018 ice storm TheSpec.com
MONTREAL — The Canadian Transportation Agency has ordered Sunwing Airlines Inc. to compensate more than 16,000 passengers and pay a $694,500 fine ...
Hamilton police find missing 13-year-old | TheSpec.com TheSpec.com
Boy had been last seen at 1 p.m. on June 19 at his Chestnut Avenue home near Cannon Street East.
Photos and video: Totally Awesome Young Women's Breakfast in Hamilton TheSpec.com
Over 500 women and youth from the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board and the Hamilton Wentworth Catholic Dristict School Board attended the 25th ...
Citizen of the Year goes to Hamilton enthusiast Graham Crawford TheSpec.com
Hamilton aficionado, community activist and city heritage enthusiast Graham Crawford is being recognized as the 2018 citizen of the year. Crawford, 64 ...
Bishop Ryan: Hamilton police say threatening phone calls were a hoax TheSpec.com
Hamilton police say threatening phone calls made to Bishop Ryan Catholic Secondary School over two days this week were a hoax that came from outside the ...
City of Hamilton gives $1.7 M to Grey Cup TheSpec.com
Hamilton mayor Fred Eisenberger and Hamilton Tiger-Cats owner Bob Young chat during the Grey Cup announcement party at Tim Hortons Field. Hamilton has ...
An authentic taste of Montreal in Dundas TheSpec.com
When they first arrived in Canada, bagels were among the first things that the owners of Dundas's new Old Bagel House, Jeet Gandhi and his partner Jerry Rai, ...
Figliomeni crime family busted through laundering, gambling crimes: police TheSpec.com
Vaughan crime family part of Italian Mafia's 'Ndrangheta, Siderno organized crime groups, police allege.
Suspected lotto ticket thief caught trying to break into nearby car on Hamilton Mountain, police say TheSpec.com
Lottery tickets stolen from Macy's Food Mart Express on East 23rd Street.
Biggest Canadian banks find their growth everywhere but Canada TheSpec.com
Much of Canada is experiencing a housing slowdown and household debt is at record high, crimping further borrowing.
Crown wants 2 years for man who took girl to U.S. to marry polygamous member TheSpec.com
CRANBROOK, B.C. — A special prosecutor is recommending up to two years in prison for a former polygamous leader in Bountiful, B.C., convicted of removing ...
Newfoundland man arrested after school shooting threats made in online game TheSpec.com
PASADENA, N.L.—A 31-year-old Newfoundland man was arrested after Interpol investigated school shooting threats made in a live chat during an online game.
Lululemon men's-only stores quietly close after short-lived runs in Toronto and NYC TheSpec.com
Lululemon Athletica Inc. has quietly closed its men's standalone stores in New York City and Toronto even as it plans to more than double its men's business in ...
'There must be some great parties:' Notorious cheese thieves still wanted by Halton police TheSpec.com
Halton police estimate the women have accumulated more than $1500 in cheese wheels.
'Helmet guy,' accused of assault in Pride protest, continues to wait in jail for bail hearing TheSpec.com
Christopher Vanderweide charged with two counts of assault.
Dad laundered money from reality-TV star son, spent millions on condos, prosecutors say TheSpec.com
MIAMI—Even as his son was to be sentenced to 17 years in prison for orchestrating a real estate scam that defrauded investors of $34 million (U.S.), Joseph ...
Hamilton man charged with child pornography offence TheSpec.com
A 24-year-old Hamilton man is accused of possessing child pornography. The Hamilton Police internet Child Exploitation (ICE) Unit investigation began with ...
Hamilton waste collector fired for smashing camera and picking up unauthorized garbage, but not for working partial days TheSpec.com
Recent ruling suggests short work days continued for city waste collectors despite Spec investigation that showed full-time pay for part-time work.
Data suggest carfentanil abuse, deaths rising in Ontario: medical officials TheSpec.com
Ontario's top medical officials say recent statistics suggest a spike in the number of deaths related to the potent opioid carfentanil, as well as an increase in the ...
Ward 13 information for Hamilton voters | TheSpec.com TheSpec.com
There are 7 candidates on the ballot for the Ward 13 seat on Hamilton city council: Gaspare Bonomo, Rich Gelder, Kevin Gray, Pamela Mitchell, John ...
'Watching a wrongful conviction unfold:' Canadian aid worker found guilty of sexually assaulting children in Nepal TheSpec.com
Sentencing for Peter Dalglish, expected in about two weeks, could see the well-known aid worker jailed for as long as 13 years.
Here's who's running in Ward 13 in Dundas and Flamborough CBC.ca
Dundas shares a councillor with parts of rural Flamborough now that Hamilton has new ward boundaries.
Twitter taps Canada as test market for new 'hide' tweet feature TheSpec.com
OTTAWA — Twitter launched an experiment in Canada Thursday to give users in this country the ability to hide replies to tweets on its social media platform, in a ...
Hamilton 911: Stories of operators who saved lives TheSpec.com
Whether it's a medical emergency, saving a victim of human trafficking or preventing a suicide, they are the first line of defence.
Five questions on climate change with McMaster prof Susie O'Brien TheSpec.com
On Wednesday, McMaster University professors Susie O'Brien and Robert O'Brien (no relation) are hosting a free public forum on climate change called "My ...
Ontario budget: Progressive Conservatives loosen Ontario booze, gambling, rules TheSpec.com
TORONTO — Those who enjoy a boozy brunch or the prospect of drinking in a park will find something to smile at in the Ontario government's latest budget.
Hamilton to study sidewalk snow-clearing amid avalanche of complaints TheSpec.com
Hamilton will study taking over some sidewalk snow-clearing amid an avalanche of resident complaints about impassable walkways — and nearly 1,000 bylaw ...
Rock climber suffers fatal fall on the Stawamus Chief overlooking Squamish, B.C. TheSpec.com
A man fell about 30 metres to his death while climbing in the Stawamus Chief mountain's Grand Wall area overlooking Squamish.
France fries: Record heat hits tourists, schools, hospitals TheSpec.com
The French national weather *service* activated its highest-level heat danger alert for the first time.
Statistics Canada reports merchandise $762-million trade surplus in May TheSpec.com
OTTAWA — Canada posted its first trade surplus since last summer in May as the auto sector helped boost exports to a record level and the economy continued ...
Family of three slain Six Nations members make tearful plea for tips in case TheSpec.com
Maybe the community will come forward a little faster because waiting is killing us,” Linda Porter says.
Bank of Canada will keep interest rates steady as trade conflicts take an economic toll TheSpec.com
OTTAWA — Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz is holding firm on his key interest rate and showing no urgency to make a policy change, positions that ...
Number of evacuees from Pikangikum First Nation hits 1500 as wildfire grows TheSpec.com
PIKANGIKUM, Ont. — Evacuees from Pikangikum First Nation will be taken to host cities in two provinces on Sunday while a wildfire continues to grow near the ...
Burlington council votes 6-1 to adopt $96.4M capital budget TheSpec.com
BURLINGTON — City council has voted to approve a capital budget of $96.4 million that includes more than $50 million for roadways, by far the largest category ...
Outrage in Russia as abused teen sisters charged with murder TheSpec.com
Case shines light on domestic violence. Research shows that of 2500 Russian women convicted of manslaughter or murder in 2016 to 2018, nearly 2000 killed ...
Canada Post is warning of 'major' delays for mail coming from Hamilton TheSpec.com
Canada Post is warning of "major" processing delays for packages and mail from the Hamilton area through the holiday season and into the new year, as a ...
Canadians remember Second World War's long, dark Battle of the Atlantic TheSpec.com
OTTAWA — Canadians across the country marked one of the longest, darkest and most pivotal chapters of this country's involvement in the Second World War ...
Kellyanne Conway's husband slammed Trump as 'Deranged Donald,' and a new nickname was born TheSpec.com
In a series of early-morning tweets, prolific Trump critic George Conway, husband of White House counsellor Kellyanne Conway, once again raged against the ...
Peel police warn of illegal animal traps in Mississauga TheSpec.com
Police say between March 27 and March 30, 11 snare traps were found in a green space near 4415 Mississauga Rd., just northwest of Highway 403.
New Scrabble words get the 'ok' (now worth 6 points) TheSpec.com
The official international Scrabble dictionary has updated its list of approved words for the first time since 2015, opening up an additional 2800 words to players ...
A year after dash-cam video captures OPP officer dragged in Mississauga hit-and-run, injured cop launches lawsuit TheSpec.com
OPP Const. Patrick Chatelain was hurt in September 2017 after he pulled over a rental car on Hurontario St. at Highway 403.
Massive Pride parade takes over downtown Toronto TheSpec.com
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Toronto Mayor John Tory attended the annual celebration of all things LGBTQ.
Diehard Raptors fans camp out at Jurassic Park to wait for Monday's game TheSpec.com
Some fans staked out their spot in line almost three days ahead of Monday's Game 5 against the Golden State Warriors.
Rare albino fawn rescued by California truck driver from middle of the road TheSpec.com
While travelling between rice fields in Yolo County, Calif., a truck driver swerved to avoid a little white mound in the middle of the road. The driver kept going, but ...
Hamilton councillor Terry Whitehead bows out of federal nomination TheSpec.com
Ward 14 Councillor Terry Whitehead has dropped out of the race to seek the federal Liberal nomination in Hamilton Mountain.
A. Y. Jackson painting valued at $200000 stolen from Annex home TheSpec.com
A painting by A.Y. Jackson, a member of the Group of Seven and one of Canada's most renowned painters, has been stolen from a home in the Annex, police ...
For Trump's Japan trip, Abe piles on the flattery. But to what end? TheSpec.com
Not every foreign leader gets invited into the White House for a slice of birthday cake. But Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe is about as close to a family ...
Canadian military turns page on oft-criticized support unit for ill, injured troops TheSpec.com
During an elaborate military ceremony on Monday, the Joint Personnel Support Unit was effectively rolled into a new transition unit that top brass say will solve ...
How do the coffee reward programs stack up? TheSpec.com
A rundown of the top coffee (and tea) rewards programs in the area.
PHOTOS: Fourth annual FIRST LEGO League qualifier TheSpec.com
Eighteen teams from Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board elementary schools battled robots made from LEGO at the FIRST LEGO League's (FLL) ...
MPP Randy Hillier permanently expelled from PC caucus TheSpec.com
Hillier was suspended indefinitely from the Progressive Conservative caucus last month and says he was removed for clashing with some of the premier's most ...
Taiwan becomes first country in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage TheSpec.com
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Thousands of marriage equality advocates celebrated in the pouring rain outside Taiwan's legislature on Friday as it easily voted to grant ...
Sri Lanka blames local Islamist extremist group for Easter bombings TheSpec.com
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — Sri Lanka on Monday accused a local Islamist extremist group, the National Thowheed Jamaath, of being behind a string of Easter ...
Tornado rips through Kansas City suburbs as storms move east TheSpec.com
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A vicious storm tore through the Kansas City area, spawning tornadoes that downed trees and power lines, damaged homes and injured ...
Deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash chosen by media as Story of the Year TheSpec.com
The Canadian Press annual survey of newsrooms across the country saw 53 out of 129 editors cast their votes for the Humboldt Broncos bus crash in rural ...
Dutch prosecutors consider terror motive in Utrecht tram shooting TheSpec.com
UTRECHT, Netherlands — Investigators probing the deadly tram shooting in the Dutch city of Utrecht sharpened their focus Tuesday on a possible extremist ...
How Finland slashed homelessness by 40 per cent TheSpec.com
As other cities struggle to solve their affordable housing crises with methods like rent regulations and freezes, temporary accommodation and social housing, ...
Canada still enjoys old NAFTA benefits as new deal awaits ratification: Freeland TheSpec.com
OTTAWA — Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada has kept its privileged access to the U.S. market even as the new North American trade deal ...
In the Jeffrey Epstein case, no easy solution to fixing breach of victims' rights TheSpec.com
Money awards to victims could be affected if a Florida judge throws out the non-prosecution agreement, lawyers say.
Salt shortage no threat to Hamilton roads TheSpec.com
But private contractors and homeowners might have to scramble for de-icer this winter.
Ukrainian president disbands parliament after being sworn in TheSpec.com
KYIV, Ukraine — Ukraine's new president, a comedian before he turned to statecraft, made a dramatic entrance to the political stage Monday by disbanding ...
Janes brand chicken nuggets recalled over possible salmonella contamination TheSpec.com
OTTAWA — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has announced a recall of a frozen breaded chicken product over fears of salmonella contamination.
Orange peeled: Jason Kenney's UCP defeats NDP with majority in Alberta election TheSpec.com
Premier Rachel Notley and her NDP government is one and done, knocked from the saddle Tuesday by Jason Kenney whose United Conservatives won a ...
SIU gives most-detailed account to date of Danforth mass shooting, clears officers in gunman's death TheSpec.com
The police watchdog's report presents a thorough narrative of what happened that night, drawing on interviews with seven officers, 15 civilian witnesses, photo ...
Gender identity motion is 'done,' says Premier Doug Ford TheSpec.com
Premier Doug Ford says he will do everything he can to put a stop to a controversial gender identity resolution passed by Progressive Conservative party ...
Chief 'saddened' by three Six Nations homicide victims TheSpec.com
OHSWEKEN — The elected chief of Six Nations said the community is rallying to support the families of three homicide victims found dead in a field in rural ...
In Venezuela, women sell hair as another way to get by TheSpec.com
CARACAS, Venezuela — Valery Díaz covered her eyes and held her breath before looking in a hair salon mirror to see herself without much of the long dark ...
Quebec mosque shooter never intended to encourage similar acts, say his lawyers TheSpec.com
Image with Quebec shooter's name found among some images linked to New Zealand massacre.
America's newest crew capsule rockets toward space station in 'critically important' test flight TheSpec.com
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - America's newest capsule for astronauts rocketed Saturday toward the International Space Station on a high-stakes test flight by ...
Ryerson, MLSE pick six sports-tech startups to mentor TheSpec.com
Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment and Ryerson University have chosen six sports-related tech startups to provide with mentorship.
Would the federal government ride to the rescue if Hamilton's LRT goes overbudget? TheSpec.com
The federal Liberal government would consider a top-up funding request for Hamilton LRT if the project goes overbudget, said Canada's environment minister ...
Air Canada's new loyalty program affects Q1 figures for CIBC and TD TheSpec.com
Both lenders hiked their dividend Thursday as their latest results capped off a relatively tough earnings season.
Homicide investigation in Grimsby | TheSpec.com TheSpec.com
Niagara Regional Police are investigating a female homicide in Grimsby.
Egypt announces discovery of “exceptionally well-preserved” 4400-year-old tomb TheSpec.com
Egypt has announced the discovery of a private tomb belonging to a senior official from the 5th dynasty of the pharaohs, which ruled roughly 4400 years ago.
Canada Goose buys Stoney Creek's Baffin Inc. for $32.5 million TheSpec.com
High-end jacket maker Canada Goose Holdings Inc. says it has snapped up fellow cold-weather gear producer Baffin Inc., as it looks to expand into footwear.
Canadian politicians offer sympathies following Pittsburgh synagogue shooting TheSpec.com
Several Canadian politicians have offered their sympathies following a mass shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won't confirm Trump Nobel Prize nomination; media reports say he did TheSpec.com
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wouldn't say Monday whether he nominated U.S. President Donald Trump for a Nobel Peace Prize for negotiating with ...
Man shot dead in Toronto's second fatal shooting in 24 hours TheSpec.com
A man in his 20s is dead and a woman is injured after a double shooting in the downtown core Wednesday morning that capped off a violent 24 hours in the city.
City of Hamilton has a mandate to “move ahead” on LRT: mayor TheSpec.com
Handily re-elected, Fred Eisenberger said the city has a mandate to push ahead on LRT, and he will reach out to the province and reluctant councillors to talk ...
Hamilton police looking for suspect in armed robbery TheSpec.com
The robbery took place at a Herkimer Street convenience store last week.
'The team has to trust each other': Trudeau kicks Wilson-Raybould and Philpott from Liberal caucus TheSpec.com
Philpott and Wilson-Raybould had each resigned their cabinet posts earlier this year over Justin Trudeau's handling of the SNC-Lavalin file.
U.S. steel companies face downturn after tariffs TheSpec.com
In the 10 months since the Trump administration imposed 25 per cent tariffs on steel imports, prices in the United States have now fallen back to levels last seen ...
Dundas public school trustee takes pass on second term HamiltonNews
Greg Van Geffen says he's decided “with a heavy heart” to not seek re-election as the Dundas area's public school trustee.
UN exploring use of floating cities as sea levels continue to rise TheSpec.com
A non-profit called Oceanix is building a prototype floating island as an experimental solution for crowded coastal cities threatened by climate change, the ...
In wake of GM cuts, Trump fires back: don't move production to China, or else TheSpec.com
Donald Trump tweeted a warning shot across GM's front bumper Tuesday, threatening to pull all U.S. subsidies for America's largest automaker if its plans to ...
Killer Dellen Millard must serve 75 years in prison before applying for parole TheSpec.com
TORONTO — Notorious triple killer Dellen Millard will likely spend the rest of his days in prison after a judge handed the Toronto man a third consecutive life ...
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