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The People Of Ainslie Wood Need And Deserve An All-Ages Community Recreation Centre
Andy Raphael Thomas Hamilton (26 March 1918 – 3 June 2012). Resident jazz musician at Bearwood’s Corks Club the ‘grand elder statesman of the Birmingham Jazz scene’ will always have a special place in our hearts.
Thanks to the Bearwood Promoters who organise great gigs such as The Bearwood Shuffle, Bearwood has a great track record promoting live music.
One day we hope bands will be proud to say, we are playing the Andy Hamilton Bandstand.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada has rejected the Kim family’s application for permanent residency, and stated that the family must leave Canada because Taehoon (the youngest son)'s autism represents a potential burden on social and health care. We believe this decision is groundless, since Taehoon’s condition does not require any medical care from the government.
If the family were sent back to South Korea, Taehoon may face intolerance and discrimination on account of his disability. He will have difficulty adjusting to the Korean society and school system, because he grew up in Canada since he was 3 years old. Prejudices against people with disabilities will likely mean greater limitations and fewer opportunities for Taehoon in South Korea.
The Kim family has been living in Hamilton, Canada, since 2003. Mr. Sungsoo Kim is an Database Administrator at Pattison Outdoors, Canada’s largest outdoor advertising company. Together with his wife, Sunmi Kim, he is an active member of his community, having been serving as a committee member, a youth leader, and a Sunday school principal at St. Peter Yu Roman Catholic Church in Hamilton.
Mr. and Mrs. Kim have a daughter named Bookyung (Lisa) - 3rd year nursing student at McMaster University, and a 15-year-old son named Taehoon who has been diagnosed with autism. He is currently attending Bishop Tonnos Catholic Secondary School in Ancaster, and has made tremendous progress since coming to Canada, adjusting very well to his new home and enjoying his school life.
Hamilton Spectator: http://www.thespec.com/news-story/5453029-family-with-autistic-son-faces-possible-deportation-again/
Hamilton Spectator: http://www.thespec.com/news/local/article/687412--canada-doesn-t-want-this-autistic-boy
Canadian Korean Times: tba
Please sign this Petition if you believe Hamilton, Victoria will grow and become a larger populated city with the approval of the Klobas Property Group's $25 million Homemaker Centre on Bullocks Paddock off Coleraine Rd.
Prince Philip Elementary School is an integral part of the Ainslie Wood neighbourhood.
We deeply believe the best interests of its students are served by keeping the school open.
In 1954 the Canadian noted Canadian sculptor Elizabeth Bradford Holbrook was commissioned by the government to create 8 large relief stone panels for the facade of the Federal Building in downtown Hamilton, Ontario.
These works of art today are regarded as historically significant as they depict the then thriving wildlife and industry in Canada. Images carved by Holbrook include the now endangered species of the Caribou, Grizzly Bear and Beaver as well as threatened industries such as cod fishing, mining and lumbering. All once a vital part of our nations history and still today topics of relevant concern.
Mr. Vranich, President of Burlington-based Vrancor Group, bought the federal building in 2004 for a condo project, but the structure has been vacant since. In 2008 the city took back a $4 million renewal loan after Vranich failed to move on the project. In 2009, he and his company were fined after pleading guilty to breaching fire regulations by using the building to illegally store propane tanks, carpets, mattresses and wooden furniture.
On January 13th Mr. Vranich issued a permit to have the former Federal Building and its sculptures by Elizabeth Bradford Holbrook demolished. Clearly Mr. Vranich does not understand the hisotrical or cultural importance of the stone sculptures created by Dr. Holbrook who received the Order of Canada for her contributions to Canadian art.
City officials say unless Vranich is willing to negotiate removal of the sculptures, there's nothing they can do because the building is not protected by a heritage designation. The only real hurdle stopping the wrecking crew is a requirement he give the city 60 days written notice of its demolition.
We need to strongly request that the City of Hamilton designate the former Federal Building with Heritage Designation to prevent these works of art to be lost forever.
The ticats are saying NO to redevelopment at the Rheem site aka a brownfield, due to the fact that the Pan Am stadium is supposed to be about leaving a legacy, i believe it is important for it to be built there. it would signify another step that has been taken to relcaim our waterfront from industrialization.
There are many people who will look at rheem and fail to see what it can become, therefore leaving the site to decay further. ... However, there are people who have a vision, just like when harbourfront park started to get cleaned up, people scoffed at the idea of the land being transformed into a beautiful park where families goto fish, walk, jog, rollerblade etc. Look at that park today, it is thriving, 10's of thousands of people visit it yearly and imagine if the naysayers won and that park was not reclaimed.
Where would those families go? Where would that civic pride disappear to?for our sake i hope we do not let this opportunity slip through our fingers; the ticats are suggesting 3 alternative sites for the stadium: aldershot (not even hamilton), chedoke park (NEC would not allow burlington to build a smaller stadium, why would they allow a large one?) and right by the QEW/red hill express-way (imagine how great it would be to be sitting in a seat when one of the steel mills has another burp of carbon soot, or breathing all the exhaust from cars on the hwy) when all is said and done, the best location for the city of hamilton is the rheem site!
Taxes in the City of Hamilton have risen steadily. Local politicians turn a deaf ear to people who call in to complain about property taxes. Together with this increase has occurred a loss of industry, a loss of jobs, a decrease in wages, a decrease in services, such as street cleaning. Hamilton now has the distinction of being the highest taxed city in Canada.
People are being forced out of their homes because they can no longer afford to live in them. We the people must take action. We need 100,000 signatures or more!
Make your MPP stand up and take notice.
- Popeye's Restaurant is planning to construct a 427 square foot addition and add a drive-through window.
- Fast-food restaurants are not permitted in this Community Commercial zone (they are grandfathered in), and therefore are requesting a variance for the expansion as well as an exemption for off-street loading.
- This location is 1100' from a School and Church, zoning laws prohibit fast food to with in 1500' feet of either.
- There will no longer be a loading area for the building on site and must use Winslow Avenue.
- Entrance from Nottingham Way will be in one direction only now, as you will not be able to make a left turn from Nottingham.
- Winslow Avenue will serve as an entrance and the only exit point.
- Patrons who are unaware of the new traffic pattern and cannot turn left into Popeye's will be forced to drive through our neighborhood to reach the Winslow entrance (Nottingham to Crescent to Fenwood to Winslow).
- In addition, vehicles will also use Fenwood Avenue off of Route 33 to turn on to Winslow to enter Popeye's.
- Public Safety as result of increased traffic.
- Public health, we do not want our children exposed to this unhealthy food. We have enough fast food near by.
- excessive traffic
- deterioration of streets
- safety of residents, especially our children
- increased noise, light, odor and litter pollution
- loss of parking on our residential streets
- depreciation in property value.
FOTA wants to help F1 move forward where as the FIA wants to see it's grip on power secured.
The closure of nurseries at the University of the West of Scotland may force student parents at Scotland's newest university to drop out of their education if the closure of on-campus nurseries goes ahead.
The University of the West of Scotland is currently reviewing its childcare provision and could decide to shut the nurseries at Hamilton and Paisley. The review follows the creation of the new institution in 2007 when Paisley University merged with Bell College in Hamilton.
About 80 children attend the nursery at Hamilton and up to 20 staff face losing their jobs if the facility is closed.
As you will have seen in the press. This season, Rangers and Celtic sent proposals to all other SPL clubs asking them to pay a 5% surcharge to distribute tickets to their own supporters for away matches.
i.e If Celtic played Hearts at Tynecastle last season. Hearts sent tickets to Celtic and Celtic sold them. The money for these tickets then went back to Hearts.
This season Celtic would only send 95% of that money back.
All of the SPL clubs disagreed with these plans.
This morning (1st August 2008) Dundee United have stated that they have had to accept this 5% charge as Celtic have told them "If you don't pay, we don't take ANY tickets!" which stands to cost United £100,000.
In other words. The two biggest clubs in Scotland are now standing together to BULLY the smaller teams out of money that most of them can ill afford.
It's time for the 10 other clubs to test the resolve of Rangers and Celtic. If they threaten to send no fans. Fine! Sell those tickets to your own fans. Create an atmosphere that is as biased as the ones you face at Ibrox and Parkhead. Or close those areas of the ground that they normally take up saving money in policing and stewarding costs.
Hamilton and the Golden Horseshoe are a hotbed for hockey, yet it has been 82 years since Hamilton has had an NHL team.
Do your part to help bring the NHL to Hamilton by signing the petition!
We the above signed, believe that Hamilon Ontario has consistently proved itself as a hockey town, that has done whatever was needed to regain it' s place in the hockey world as an NHL city. Regardless of past mistakes were made by skipping over Hamilton, we urge those in position, to finally see Hamilton is built on Hockey!
Our love, and respect for the NHL is not hype, or a novelty. It is as strong as it was the day Copps Coliseum was built, for an NHL team.
Let our city show, what the true benefit of your new league, and player agreement was for.
Let us show, how a small market team can flourish under this new league agreement.
We believe that many forces (an increasingly younger downtown population, a non-stop flow of potential MEC members through McMaster and Mohawk, proximity to other similar markets -- Guelph, St. Catharines, etc) would combine to provide an ample customer base for such a location. The following cities (and their populations) could be serviced by a Hamilton MEC:
St. Catharines-Niagara (390,317)
We also believe that there are more MEC members (and potential members) within the Hamilton area than the MEC membership data suggests. Most students and temporarily employed people (grad students, medical interns, researchers) are likely registered to MEC with their home (or parents' home) address. For this reason, MECs records probably do not show a high concentration of members in the Hamilton area despite there being a large number of temporary (turning permanent) residents in the "target demographic".
You do not need to be a MEC member in order to sign... but if you ARE a MEC member, it would be very worthwhile to include your MEC member number (and update your address at www.mec.ca)
Update regarding a MEC location in Burlington:
Why Mountain Equipment Co-Op (MEC) chose a bad location for their Burlington store.
More details about the problems with MEC's Burlington location
For South Hamilton High School students:
This dance should be approved due to the large amounts of students in favor of this activity.
Feb 03, 2006
This petition is for us skateboarders who don't have a place to skate. If you live in the Hamilton meadows then you have nowhere to skate.
I have been taken home by the cops for skating in the streets when i was doing nothing wrong and recently 9 of my friends got tickets for skating in the streets. The cops told us to go skate at the local schools so we started skating at the schools and the schools got upset for no reason.
We werent destroying any property or breaking any laws and they banned us from skateboarding on school property one of my friends got a dayy of iss for getting caught skating on school property when it was asfter hours and school was out.
The reason you need to sign this is because this is not only happening in Ohio this is happening allover the U.S. and I think that since the authority dont want us to skate in the streets that they should provide us with a local place to skate as they should with all areas that dont have skate parks.
There are over 12 million skateboarders world wide who actively participate in skateboarding. We want to skate.
This petition is all about convincing dealers to buy Wrexham A.F.C as soon as posible as well as telling Hamilton we won't move. If he decides that he won't sell he'll get the bulldozers on The Racecourse - we'll stand outside and won't move.