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Hamilton’s new future in high-tech steel

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City becoming an international centre for research into material innovation by Mark McNeil  Hamilton Spectator Serge Oshana, a mechanical technician, looks at a sample of steel that elongated and failed in the non-ambient tensile tester, a device used to test the steel as it is manufactured at ArcelorMittal. This ensures the grade of steel specified meets its […]

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Don’t look now Toronto, but Hamilton just topped $1 billion in new construction in record time

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Steeltown is booming as the affordable alternative to Toronto across the real estate spectrum   Hamilton’s $1 billion worth of construction through nine months of 2017 compares with $797,117,186 in 2016 for the same period of time and $844,597,780 in 2015. Canadian Press Hamilton said Tuesday it reached $1 billion worth of construction in 2017, at […]

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Landlords should be held accountable for tenants’ actionsHomeNews

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by Jennifer Paterson25 Nov 2014 A surprising majority (54 per cent) of CREW readers – investors themselves – believe that landlords should be held accountable when their tenants routinely ignore noise and liquor bylaws, but industry experts suggest the focus should be on due diligence when it comes to tenant selection. “It is in a landlord’s best interest to perform […]

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New Stelco chief sees HQ potential in Hamilton

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By Kelly Bennett, CBC News Posted: Nov 10, 2017 4:22 PM ET Last Updated: Nov 10, 2017 4:22 PM ET The chief executive at Stelco sees the Hamilton-based steel company as the centrepiece in what could become a large empire of companies. And Stelco CEO Alan Kestenbaum said he sees Hamilton as the place to headquarter that empire. “We see tremendous future […]

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Hamilton among 14 cities in Ontario getting the first legal cannabis shops

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Posted: November 3, 2017 10:33:25 PM Category: Niagara Tags: government, hamilton, lcbo, marijuana, niagara falls, pot The province has named the first 14 cities where it will set up government-run marijuana stores this coming July. Hamilton made the list, but Niagara did not and tourism officials are stunned. “I’m shocked, I think it’s a real bad business decision. […]

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