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Editorial: Focus on the end game

Posted July 31, 2010

How much public investment is justified in a location and private business that offers the community little in terms of city-building and broader civic gain?

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Q&A: Mayor Fred Eisenberger

Posted July 31, 2010

Eisenbger: "Myself and members of council are the caretakers of the City of Hamilton."

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West Harbour Still the Right Choice

Posted July 30, 2010

It's still not too late for the Ticats to partner with the City and the people of Hamilton to build a true community legacy that will fulfill the Pan Am criteria, support Places to Grow, and achieve the goals of the Future Fund while providing a viable long-term home for Hamilton's beloved CFL team.

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West harbour stadium suitors offer cash

Posted July 29, 2010

The White Star Group is offering to put up cash to build a west harbour Pan Am stadium under a leasing agreement with the city.

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Track and field group wants premier Pan Am events moved to Toronto

Posted July 29, 2010

Athletics Canada confirmed yesterday it has asked the Games host corporation for the top 2015 showcase to be pulled out of Hamilton due to stadium "struggles" and an uncertain future for a track at a stadium they believe appears to be centred on use by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

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McGuinty sits out Pan Am Games stadium dispute

Posted July 29, 2010

In a move that has even some Liberals scratching their heads, McGuinty is not intervening to ensure the sports complex is constructed in Steeltown’s derelict West Harbour as Hamilton Mayor Fred Eisenberger wants.

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