October. The beginning of another hockey season. In downtown Hamilton, that means that we’re about two weeks into the Hamilton Bulldogs’ third season of their Ontario Hockey League return. And I’ll lay my biases out nice and early here; I’m a big fan of OHL hockey and applauded the team’s shift from being the Montreal Canadiens’ American Hockey League affiliate to a team that actually represents Hamilton.
Depending on your experience with Ti-Cat games and City Council meetings, it may not be hard to imagine Hamiltonians frothing at the mouth, clamoring for blood.
When I was asked by Urbanicity to write an article on haunted buildings in Hamilton I didn’t know what to think or what to write about, but I was excited. I’m no ghost hunter, but I’ve heard many stories and they’ve piqued my interest
Young professionals are a crucial part of Hamilton’s ever-changing landscape. Hamilton HIVE makes it their mission to nurture these emerging leaders, providing them with resources and support to use their skills and passion to make an impact in our city.
When gritLIT: Hamilton’s Readers and Writers Festival first started, there was one goal: to give Hamilton the literary festival it deserved, one open to all community members, regardless of whether or not they read the novel
This inspiring 20-year old designer is taking the Montreal fashion scene by storm By Jami Monte With fiery gold patterns and studded jackets, Natalie…
Imagine you have an idea for a brand new business, and it’s a good one - a game changer. You spend months researching the market, planning your business strategy, building a team around you to succeed, and after all that you finally launch and cross your fingers that your clients like what you’re selling.
Marilyn Neufeld aims to help clients find that balance through her coaching at Strategic Choice International (SCI). A Hamilton-based certified Co-Active Coach from the Coaches Training Institute, Marilyn is a specialist in behavioural change.
Let’s take a moment to remember what the Hamilton food and drink scene was like only 5 short years ago. Half the restaurants we have now didn’t exist, and there wasn’t a single beer available in the city that allowed us to proudly say it was “Brewed in Hamilton”.
Hamilton has been quietly rebranding ourselves as a culinary city. From being home to the first poke bar, Pokeh, to having nationwide exposure with businesses like Karam Kitchen, to our numerous food-focused events, Hamilton has become a foodie’s heaven.