Remembering Herman Ohrt
Herman deserved better. His family deserves better. His community deserves better. No one should have to go through this. So what are we going to do about it?
by Ryan McGreal
Published October 04, 2018 in People (1 comment)
After a Father's Death, Trying to Make Some Sense
My father was estranged from us because of his actions, but the government should make it easy for citizens to find their loved ones if they are accessing government services.
by Alex Bishop
Published September 18, 2018 in People (0 comments)
Remembering Eric McGuinness
We owe it to Eric and the many others who want Canadian society to be honest and courageous in confronting this lonely frontier we will all approach, and do the right thing in allowing choices that preserve our dignity.
by Larry Di Ianni
Published December 24, 2014 in People (5 comments)
RIP Eric McGuinness
Eric McGuinness lived a life of quiet dignity on his own terms, right to the end.
by Ryan McGreal
Published December 22, 2014 in People (3 comments)
Harold Dickert's Man Cave: Table Saw, Hand Tools and His Custom-Made Guitars
Perhaps it is not so surprising to learn that this Burlington-based guitar-maker is as unique as his 'one-of-a-kind' guitars.
by Margaret Lindsay Holton
Published June 30, 2014 in People (6 comments)
Bernie Morelli, a Man Who Inspired and Mentored a Generation of Hamilton's Leaders
Had Bernie Morelli not given me encouragement after my first delegation to City Council, it's quite possible you wouldn't be reading this now.
by Joey Coleman
Published January 15, 2014 in People (13 comments)
Bernie Morelli Dies
Bernie Morelli, the long-serving councillor for Ward 3, died last night at age 70 after a long struggle with illness.
by RTH Staff
Published January 15, 2014 in People (4 comments)