Grade 4 students in Hamilton are learning basic coding concepts through the ArcelorMittal Dofasco (AMD) STEM Centre for Exploration and Discovery. The program offers hands-on tech activities which allow for exploring and developing an understanding of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Originally aired on Cable 14's Hamilton Life.
Good Shepherd Women’s Services provides a place of safety and support for women and children dealing with abuse, violence, homelessness, poverty and mental illness. They also receive counselling, safety planning, health care and housing services. Watch this video to learn more. Originally aired on Cable 14's Hamilton Life.
Companies using Blockchain technology is on the rise in the city. As a result, Hamilton will be hosting its first ever Blockchain event. City Matters business reporter Amanda Pope has the story. Originally aired on Cable 14's City Matters.
Flagship Gallery, located on 237 James Street North in downtown Hamilton, is operated by the Semaphore Fellowship. Led by Heidi Brannan, Chris Cuthill and James Tughan, the Semaphore Fellowship is a group of Christian artists committed to honouring God through visual language. This gallery affords Redeemer fine art grads and students a great opportunity to … Continue reading Flagship Gallery showcases artwork from a Christian perspective
The City of Hamilton has identified a major gap in youth voter turnout for those aged 18 to 24. As Amanda Pope found out, a large portion of this demographic are students. Originally aired on Cable 14's City Matters.
Residents came together following the traumatized neighbourhood around Locke Street South, in the aftermath of a masked mob vandalizing stores and lighting firecrackers that sounded like gunshots. Originally aired on Cable 14's City Matters.
The Mohawk College Community garden is a space on their campus where groups of people can receive a plot of land to grow fresh fruit, vegetables and plants for themselves and to support those in need. Reporter Amanda Pope has the story. Originally aired on Cable 14's City Matters.