• VOTE

    ELECTION RESULTS: GO TO THESPEC.COM

    The municipal election ended across Ontario on Monday,  setting up Hamilton for a new mayor and at least four new councillors.  Election results are available on thespec.com

  • POLL LOCATOR

    Election day is near, do you know where your poll is?

    The City of Hamilton has created an interactive locator to help voters find their polling station. Hamiltonians on the voters list can enter their address and find directions to the assigned poll. To confirm that you are on the voters list, and get election day information, go to hamilton.ca.

  • THREE-MAYORAL

    Assigning Mayoral Profiles

    Ever wonder how important assignment decisions are made? Next week’s special election supplement will include long-form profiles of the three major mayoral candidates: Brad Clark, Fred Eisenberger and Brian McHattie. Watch Election editor Nicole MacIntyre assign profiles to reporters Matthew Van Dongen, Emma Reilly and Meredith MacLeod below.

  • candidates

    Video Q&A with Mayoral candidates

    The Spectator’s editorial board met with the top three mayoral candidates this week. Here are videos of their interviews.

  • hsr

    Transit talk on the campaign trail

    After the Thanksgiving break, Mayoral candidate Brad Clark has come out swinging on transit. Andrew Dreschel writes: With less than two weeks to Election Day, Brad Clark has dramatically reframed the LRT debate. The Stoney Creek councillor and former Ontario transportation minister initially trumpeted bus rapid transit as a cheaper alternative to light rail, which […]

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Urban Suburban-Cathie Coward

Issues: Hamilton’s Suburban-Urban Divide

De-amalgamation is a potentially hot topic for this year’s municipal election. Spectator reporters Jon Wells and Teviah Moro looked into how the community’s split between rural, urban and suburban could play out in the October vote. 

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