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The woman filed an Ontario Human Rights tribunal complaint. The right to use a public washroom is "so basic. Various faith communities supported the protocol, including two Jewish rabbis, the nuns from the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph, and Unitarian and United Church clergy. Historic Jewish rabbis and scholars, he said, recognized several genders. Colleen McTigue, a Niagara transgender woman, said the notion that people who are transgender will expose themselves in restrooms is a tired and unrealistic one.

The last thing people who are transgender want to do is call attention to themselves in restrooms and change rooms, she said. Hamilton city councillors approve a new transgender rights protocol It's only round one, but Hamilton city councillors have approved a new protocol mandating how the city will treat residents who are transgender and gender non-conforming.

Mar 06, Why must we come up here and show that we are human enough? By , the population was 6, In , there were useful roads to many communities as well as stage coaches and steamboats to Toronto, Queenston, and Niagara. Eleven cargo schooners were owned in Hamilton. Eleven churches were in operation. A reading room provided access to newspapers from other cities and from England and the U. In addition to stores of all types, four banks, tradesmen of various types, and sixty-five taverns, industry in the community included three breweries, ten importers of dry goods and groceries, five importers of hardware, two tanneries, three coachmakers, and a marble and a stone works.

As the city grew, several prominent buildings were constructed in the late 19th century, including the Grand Lodge of Canada in , [18] West Flamboro Methodist Church in later purchased by Dufferin Masonic Lodge in , [19] a public library in , and the Right House department store in The first commercial telephone service in Canada, the first telephone exchange in the British Empire , and the second telephone exchange in all of North America were each established in the city between — Though suffering through the Hamilton Street Railway strike of , with industrial businesses expanding, Hamilton's population doubled between and Two steel manufacturing companies, Stelco and Dofasco , were formed in and , respectively.

In the city's first high-rise building, the Pigott Building, was constructed; in McMaster University moved from Toronto to Hamilton, in the second Canadian Tire store in Canada opened here; in the airport was completed; and in , the Studebaker assembly line was constructed.

Allan Skyway opening in , and the first Tim Hortons store in Since then, many of the large industries have moved or shut down operations in restructuring that also affected the United States. On January 1, , the new city of Hamilton was formed from the amalgamation of Hamilton and its five neighbouring municipalities: The former region of Hamilton-Wentworth had a population of , The amalgamation created a single-tier municipal government ending subsidization of its suburbs.

The new amalgamated city has , people in more than neighbourhoods, and surrounding communities. In there was a devastating fire at the Plastimet plastics plant. Hamilton is in Southern Ontario on the western end of the Niagara Peninsula and wraps around the westernmost part of Lake Ontario ; most of the city, including the downtown section, is on the south shore. Hamilton is in the geographic centre of the Golden Horseshoe and is roughly the midway point between Toronto and Buffalo, New York , although slightly closer to the former.

Its major physical features are Hamilton Harbour, marking the northern limit of the city, and the Niagara Escarpment running through the middle of the city across its entire breadth, bisecting the city into "upper" and "lower" parts.

The maximum high point is m ' above the level of Lake Ontario. According to all records from local historians , this district was called Attiwandaronia by the native Neutral people. Hamilton Harbour is a natural harbour with a large sandbar called the Beachstrip.

This sandbar was deposited during a period of higher lake levels during the last ice age , and extends southeast through the central lower city to the escarpment.

Hamilton's deep sea port is accessed by ship canal through the beach strip into the harbour and is traversed by two bridges, the QEW's Burlington Bay James N. Allan Skyway and the lower Canal Lift Bridge. Between and , the townships at the Head-of-the-Lake were surveyed and named. The area was first known as The Head-of-the-Lake for its location at the western end of Lake Ontario.

The shores of the bay were difficult to reach or see because they were hidden by a thick, almost impenetrable mass of trees and undergrowth Bears ate pigs, so settlers warred on bears. Wolves gobbled sheep and geese, so they hunted and trapped wolves. They also held organized raids on rattlesnakes on the mountainside. There was plenty of game. Many a time have I seen sic a deer jump the fence into my back yard, and there were millions of pigeons which we clubbed as they flew low.

George Hamilton , a settler and local politician, established a town site in the northern portion of Barton Township in He kept several east—west roads which were originally Indian trails, but the north—south streets were on a regular grid pattern.

George Hamilton employed a grid street pattern used in most towns in Upper Canada and throughout the American frontier. The eighty original lots had frontages of fifty feet; each lot faced a broad street and backed onto a twelve-foot lane. It took at least a decade for all of the original lots to be sold, but the construction of the Burlington Canal in , and a new court-house in encouraged Hamilton to add more blocks around —9.

At this time, he included a market square in an effort to draw commercial activity onto his lands, but the natural growth of the town was to the north of Hamilton's plot. The Hamilton Conservation Authority owns, leases or manages about 4, hectares 11, acres of land with the city operating 1, hectares 2, acres of parkland at locations. The hiking path Bruce Trail runs the length of the escarpment. Hamilton's climate is humid-continental, characterized by changeable weather patterns.

Hamilton's location on an embayment at the southwestern corner of Lake Ontario with an escarpment dividing upper and lower parts of the city results in noticeable disparities in weather over short distances. This is also the case with pollution levels, which depending on localized winds patterns or low clouds can be high in certain areas mostly originating from the city's steel industry mixed with regional vehicle pollution.

With a July average of exactly The airport's open, rural location and higher altitude m vs. One exception is on early spring afternoons; when colder than air lake temperatures keep shoreline areas significantly cooler, under the presence of an east or north-east onshore flow. The highest temperature ever recorded in Hamilton was As per the Canadian census , Between and , the foreign-born population increased by 7.

Hamilton is home to 26, immigrants who arrived in Canada between and and 13, immigrants who arrived between and In February , the city's council voted to declare Hamilton a sanctuary city , offering municipal services to undocumented immigrants at risk of deportation. Hamilton also has a notable French community for which provincial services are offered in French. As per the census, the Francophone community maintains a population of 6,, while 30, residents, or 5.

The Franco-Ontarian community of Hamilton boasts two school boards, the public Conseil scolaire Viamonde and the Catholic Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir , which operate five schools 2 secondary and 3 elementary.

The top countries of birth for the newcomers living in Hamilton in the s were: Children aged 14 years and under accounted for Hamiltonians aged 65 years and older constituted The most described religion in Hamilton is Christianity although other religions brought by immigrants are also growing.

The census indicates Other denominations include the United Church 6. Other religions with significant populations include Islam 3. Those with no religious affiliation accounted for Environics Analytics, a geodemographic marketing firm that created 66 different "clusters" of people complete with profiles of how they live, what they think and what they consume, sees a future Hamilton with younger upscale Hamiltonians—who are tech savvy and university educated—choosing to live in the downtown and surrounding areas rather than just visiting intermittently.

More two and three-storey townhouses and apartments will be built on downtown lots; small condos will be built on vacant spaces in areas such as Dundas , Ainslie Wood and Westdale to accommodate newly retired seniors; and more retail and commercial zones will be created. The city is also expected to grow by more than 28, people and 18, households by the year The most important economic activity in Ontario is manufacturing, and the Toronto—Hamilton region is the country's most highly industrialized area.

The area from Oshawa , Ontario around the west end of Lake Ontario to Niagara Falls, with Hamilton at its centre, is known as the Golden Horseshoe and had a population of approximately 8.

Rogge in a speech to the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce, on January 12, It will run from Niagara Falls on the south to about Oshawa on the north and take in numerous cities and towns already there, including Hamilton and Toronto. With sixty percent of Canada's steel being produced in Hamilton by Stelco and Dofasco , the city has become known as the Steel Capital of Canada.

A stand-alone subsidiary of Arcelor Mittal , the world's largest steel producer, Dofasco produces products for the automotive, construction, energy, manufacturing, pipe and tube, appliance, packaging, and steel distribution industries. Dofasco was North America's most profitable steel producer in and the most profitable in Canada in as well as a long-time member of the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index. Previously ordered by the U. Department of Justice to divest itself of the Canadian company, Arcelor Mittal has been allowed to retain Dofasco provided it sells several of its American assets.

In the s, the John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport was used as a wartime air force training station. Munro Hamilton International Airport. Under TradePort management, passenger traffic at the Hamilton terminal has grown from 90, in to approximately , in The airport's mid-term target for growth in its passenger service is five million air travelers annually. The aerotropolis proposal, now known as the Airport Employment Growth District , is touted as a solution to the city's shortage of employment lands.

The airport is also home to the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum. A report by Hemson Consulting identified an opportunity to develop 1, hectares 2, acres of greenfields the size of the Royal Botanical Gardens that could generate an estimated 90, jobs by A proposed aerotropolis industrial park at Highway 6 and , has been debated at City Hall for years.

Opponents feel the city needs to do more investigation about the cost to taxpayers before embarking on the project.

While Hamilton is not directly served by intercity rail, the Lakeshore West line does offer an off-peak bus connection and a peak-hours rail connection to Aldershot station in Burlington , which doubles as a VIA Rail station. When ranked on a "total crime severity index", Hamilton was 21st in Canada in for a metropolitan area. This was an eight percent decrease from Citizens of Hamilton are represented at all three levels of Canadian government - federal, provincial, and munipical.

This election marked the first occasion in which Hamilton will have five Members of Parliament representing areas wholly within Hamilton's city boundaries, with previous boundaries situating rural ridings across municipal lines.

Provincially, there are five elected Members of Provincial Parliament who serve in the Legislature of Ontario. Hamilton's municipal government consists of one mayor, elected city wide, and 15 city councillors, elected individually by each of the city's wards, to serve on the Hamilton City Council. Presently, Hamilton's mayor is Fred Eisenberger , elected on October 27, to a second, non-consecutive term.

The Criminal Code of Canada is the chief piece of legislation defining criminal conduct and penalty. The Hamilton Police Service is chiefly responsible for the enforcement of federal and provincial law.

Hamilton is home to several post-secondary institutions that have created numerous direct and indirect jobs in education and research. McMaster University moved to the city in and today has around 30, enrolled students, of which almost two-thirds come from outside the immediate Hamilton region. Catharines, Ontario has a satellite campus used primarily for teacher education in Hamilton.

Public education for students from kindergarten through high school is administered by three school boards. Columbia International College is Canada's largest private boarding high school, with 1, students from 73 countries. The Dundas Valley School of Art is an independent art school which has served the Hamilton region since Students range in age from 4 years old to senior citizens and enrollment as of February was close to 4, In , a new full-time diploma programme was launched as a joint venture with McMaster University.

The faculty and staff are highly regarded regional artists. The Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts is home to many of the area's talented young actors, dancers, musicians, singers and visual artists. The school has a keyboard studio, spacious dance studios, art and sculpting studios, gallery space and a seat recital hall. HCA offers over 90 programs for ages 3—93, creating a "united nations" of arts under one roof.

The Hamilton Literacy Council is a non-profit organization that provides basic grades 1—5 equivalent training in reading, writing, and math to English-speaking adults. The council's service is free, private, and one-to-one. It started to assist adults with their literacy skills in Hamilton is home to two think tanks , the Centre for Cultural Renewal and Cardus, which deals with social architecture, culture, urbanology, economics and education and also publishes the LexView Policy Journal and Comment Magazine.

The works are owned and maintained by the city. Founded in , the Art Gallery of Hamilton is Ontario's third largest public art gallery. The gallery has over 9, works in its permanent collection that focus on three areas: The McMaster Museum of Art MMA , founded at McMaster University in , houses and exhibits the university's art collection of more than 7, objects, [92] including historical, modern and contemporary art, the Levy Collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings, and a collection of over German Expressionist prints.

Hamilton has an active theatre scene, with the professional company Theatre Aquarius, plus long-time amateur companies, the Players' Guild of Hamilton and Hamilton Theatre Inc. Many smaller theatre companies have also opened in the past decade, bringing a variety of theatre to the area. Growth in the arts and culture sector has garnered media attention for Hamilton.

Art galleries have sprung up on streets across the city: The opening of the Downtown Arts Centre [95] on Rebecca Street has spurred further creative activities in the core. The CCMA works with marginalized populations and combines new media services with arts education and skills development programming. Supercrawl is a large community arts and music festival that takes place in September in the James Street North area of the city. The award ceremony was held at the FirstOntario Centre in downtown Hamilton.

During JUNOfest, hundreds of local acts performed across the city, bringing thousands of tourists. Hamilton was the host of Canada's first major international athletic event, the first Commonwealth Games then called the British Empire Games in The city of Hamilton co-hosted the Games with Toronto.

Hamilton Mayor Fred Eisenberger said, "the Pan Am Games will provide a 'unique opportunity for Hamilton to renew major sport facilities giving Hamiltonians a multi-purpose stadium, a metre swimming pool, and an international-calibre velodrome to enjoy for generations to come. The team traces their origins to the "Hamilton Foot Ball Club.

The team folded after a players' strike in The NHL's Phoenix Coyotes filed for bankruptcy in and have included within their Chapter 11 reorganization a plan to sell the team to Balsillie and move the team and its operations to Hamilton, Ontario. Although it is not a marathon distance, it is the longest continuously held long distance foot race in North America.

In addition to team sports, Hamilton is home to an auto race track, Flamboro Speedway and Canada's fastest half-mile harness horse racing track, Flamboro Downs. Other sister cities with Hamilton include:

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