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Hamilton LRT project comes to the end of its tracks Where do we go from here and how will we get there?
Jan23

Hamilton LRT project comes to the end of its tracks Where do we go from here and how will we get there?

Graphic by Elisabetta Paiano / Production Editor On Dec. 16, 2019, Minister of Transportation Caroline Mulroney informed Fred Eisenberger, the mayor of Hamilton, that the provincial government had decided to cancel plans for Hamilton’s light-rail transit system, which was set to begin construction in 2020. After Mulroney called for a press conference to deliver the cancellation news in Hamilton, she cancelled it due to safety concerns...

A Sil Second: Updates on Hamilton’s LRT Project
Jan16

A Sil Second: Updates on Hamilton’s LRT Project

Keep an eye out in next week’s print issue for a feature on Hamilton’s LRT project. For now, here are the updates: [Video descripton: Andrew Mrozowski, A&C Editor at the Sil, walks around campus to discuss updates on Hamilton’s LRT project.]...

Are you in the right program? It’s the start of a new decade and we’re starting to second-guess ourselves . . .
Jan16

Are you in the right program? It’s the start of a new decade and we’re starting to second-guess ourselves . . .

Embark on a journey of self-rediscovery to determine whether or not you belong in your undergraduate faculty. Pick an elective French The Causes of War Astronomy: The Big Questions What’s an elective??? Microeconomics Human Physiology and Anatomy Where’s your favourite study spot on campus? Thode all day, every day MUSC third floor Empty room in BSB Studying on campus? Pfft. You can find me at the nearest café Find me in an empty MDCL...

Sillies: Sil Staff taste test hot chocolate
Jan13

Sillies: Sil Staff taste test hot chocolate

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Uncle Ray’s Food & Liqour Toronto-based eatery finds a new home in the Hammer
Jan09

Uncle Ray’s Food & Liqour Toronto-based eatery finds a new home in the Hammer

What It Is: Uncle Ray’s Food & Liquor (10 James St. North) brings a taste of Toronto’s Union Chicken to Hamilton. While on the Toronto menu, Uncle Ray’s is a section dedicated to fried chicken, the new Hamilton restaurant focuses on and expands this concept, becoming the fourth location to house “Ray’s Famous Fried Chicken”. Over the last few months on James Street North, you may have noticed the decal of a bunny wearing an eye...