Art Aggregate is the first coworking and custom fabrication space located in Hamilton. Members are made up of artists and designers ranging from photographers, woodworkers, painters, sculptors to digital illustrators who create 3D models for video games. Originally aired on Cable 14's Generation Z.
Canadian Blood Services partnered with Sherwood Secondary School to help students discover their blood type in hopes they'll become future donors. Watch this video to hear the inspiring story of a student whose life was saved by blood donations. Originally aired on Cable 14's Hamilton Life.
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.
Art Aggregate is the first coworking and custom fabrication space located in Hamilton. Members are made up of artists and designers ranging from photographers, woodworkers, painters, sculptors to digital illustrators who create 3D models for video games. The 6000 square foot space consists of a kitchen and lounge area, a photo studio and private … Continue reading Hamilton’s First Coworking Space for Artists and Creators
Former inmate Emily O’Brien is using her new popcorn business, Cons and Kernels, as a platform to talk about how easy it is for women to get dragged into the illegal drug trade. Reporter Amanda Pope has the story.
From a young age, Ifabiyi Adaran developed a passion for streetwear culture. He was always drawn to the clean patterns and colour ways that accompanied a culture celebrating musicians that he has respected his whole life. Ifabiyi also had an interest in tech and this eventually turned into a curiosity towards the growing landscape of … Continue reading Viral Clothing Brand Founder Shares Secrets to Great Client Experiences
Since first immigrating to Canada from Tuxtepec, Mexico in 2002, Témo Cruz has considered Hamilton his home. His passion for city-building led him to graduate from the architectural technology program at Mohawk College and from Canada's only architecture project and facility management degree at Conestoga College. Shortly after completing his architectural thesis on re-purposing cargo containers into … Continue reading Entrepreneur Up-Cycles Cargo Containers into Retail, Event Space