City of Hamilton Virtual Town Hall – Novel Corona Virus Q&A March 18, 7:00pm

City of Hamilton COVID-19 Town Hall Q&A TONIGHT 7:00pm with Mayor Fred Eisenberger, Office of the Medical Officer of Health and Paul Johnson Director of the City’s Emergency Operations Centre.

Hello Ward 8 Neighbours,

The City of Hamilton will be hosting a virtual town hall on Wednesday, March 18 at 7 p.m. in collaboration with Cable 14.

The town hall will be live on Cable 14 and streamed live on the City’s YouTube channel.

Residents are invited to submit questions for the town hall at www.hamilton.ca/covidquestions or via Twitter by tagging @cityofhamilton.

In order to promote social distancing, the town hall will only be presented virtually. In-person attendance is not available for residents or media.

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Speaking Volumes – Chedoke Creek Spill – Ward 8 Info Night

TOMORROW Thursday March 12th – DOORS OPEN AT 6:00pm. Ward 8 Councillor John-Paul Danko will be hosting an event called Speaking Volumes – The Chedoke Creek Spill from 6:30 to 8:30pm at Terryberry Library (100 Mohawk Road West in the basement meeting room).

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Upcoming Hamilton Water Events

Water is one of our most precious resources and the folks in the Hamilton Water Department, a division of Public Works, who work hard to keep a steady source of clean, safe, reliable water for our residents.

Three great water events are surfacing once again across the city – one to help the environment, one to showcase facilities, and one to celebrate and educate the importance of water in our community.

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Heritage Day at City Hall

On February 22, the City of Hamilton will be hosting the Annual Heritage Awards Ceremony, a partnership between the City of Hamilton and the Hamilton-Wentworth Heritage Association to celebrate this year’s nominees. In addition to the awards ceremony, the heritage fair will also be taking place.

Hello Ward 8 Neighbours,

On February 22, the City of Hamilton will be hosting the Annual Heritage Awards Ceremony, a partnership between the City of Hamilton and the Hamilton-Wentworth Heritage Association to celebrate this year’s nominees. In addition to the awards ceremony, the heritage fair will also be taking place.

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Hamilton Climate Change Event with Diane Saxe

Hello Ward 8 Neighbours,

As part of a commitment to lead the fight against Climate Change, Councillors from Wards 1, 2, 3 & 8 hosted Dianne Saxe on November 5, 2019. Dianne, an International Lawyer and former Environmental Commissioner of Ontario spoke about best practices in Canadian cities and the steps municipalities must take in order to deal with the climate emergency.

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City Manager’s Breakfast Highlights Hamilton’s Successes and Challenges

Hello, Ward 8 Neighbours!

This morning, I was pleased to join Hamilton City Manager Janette Smith in her first City Manager’s Breakfast.

The City Manager’s Breakfast is hosted each year by the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce and provides the City Manager an opportunity to reflect on the past year and provide insight to where she sees challenges and opportunities into the future.

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Hamilton Climate Change and Municipal Leadership Event November 4th

Hello, Ward 8 Neighbours!

As part of a commitment to lead the fight against Climate Change, Councillors from Wards 1, 2, 3 & 8 will host Dianne Saxe, International Lawyer and former Environmental Commissioner of Ontario to speak about best practices in Canadian cities and the steps municipalities must take in order to deal with the climate emergency.

A panel discussion with Dr. Saxe, Councillors Wilson, Nann, Danko, Farr, and Environment Hamilton on the theme of the responsibility and scope of municipal leadership in a climate emergency will follow.

Seats are limited – please click here to register!

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Fun and Economic Development at the Hamilton Sign

Hello, Ward 8 Neighbours!

Following Michelle Obama’s recent visit to Hamilton, my family and I couldn’t resist stopping at the Hamilton sign for a few photos after the show.

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Neighbourhood Cleanup With The Bonnington Betterment Community

Hello, Ward 8 Neighbours!

This morning I was pleased to join residents of the Bonnington Neighbourhood (W5th to Upper James, Fennell to Mohawk – adjacent to Mohawk College) picking up trash and cleaning up their community.

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