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QEW at the Burlington Skyway bridge Friday morning.

Traffic and weather for your morning commute

2/23/2018 5:00:00 AM

 Stoney Creek Community Food Bank volunteer Ben Winter sorts through some of what’s left of donations from Christmas.

The Stoney Creek Community Food Bank received an influx of donations during Christmas, but representatives say they’re worried they won’t last through to spring.

2/22/2018 1:45:07 PM

The Adam Book House at 167 Book Road E. in Ancaster.

Material may be salvaged after roof collapse

2/22/2018 1:45:00 PM

 Hamilton police are seeking the public’s help in identifying this man who allegedly broke into a home in the area of Upper Wentworth Street and Mohawk Road East earlier this year.

Hamilton police continue to investigate a break-in at a home near Upper Wentworth Street and Mohawk Road East earlier this year and hope images released of the suspects will lead to their arrests.

2/22/2018 12:06:01 PM

 Green Acres School in Stoney Creek

The Hamilton public school board is scrapping a plan to begin a French immersion program at Green Acres Elementary School in September because there aren’t enough students for an initial Grade 1 class.

2/22/2018 8:00:00 AM

Layla Wilke, 61, of Mississauga

Two daughters and the son-in-law of a Brampton man accused in a deadly hit-and-run that claimed the life of a 60-year-old woman in Mississauga are now charged with helping him evade authorities.

2/22/2018 7:36:23 AM

 The St. Jean de Brebeuf Braves celebrate their HWCAA midget basketball championship after beating the Cathedral Gaels 72-63 on Feb. 20.

A 32-point performance by Joshua Omojafo has propelled St. Jean de Brébeuf to its first midget boys high school basketball championship in 19 years.

2/22/2018 6:48:01 AM

 The Grand River completely flooded the park in York.

Residents are urged to be prepared and remain alert as the flood warning remains in effect for the low-lying areas of Cayuga, Dunnville and Port Maitland. At 5:30 p.m., Haldimand County issued an update stating that the river levels remain high t

2/21/2018 5:30:15 PM

Daniel Therrien warns that despite the government's desire not to identify or track individuals it may be doing just that. The government has committed to overhauling the Privacy Act, but has not yet begun promised public consultations on the issue.

Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien suggests the 35-year old Privacy Act may be too “permissive” in how the federal government can collect and use Canadians’ personal information

2/21/2018 4:32:00 PM

Premier Kathleen Wynne. Some $400 billion of trade is conducted between Ontario and the U.S. each year, and Ontario is the biggest customer of more than half of all American states.

Premier in Washington to meet with U.S. governors as government’s bill to fight protectionist policies is delayed

2/21/2018 4:00:00 PM