• Fishing is hard work and tiring for Kofi Alexander and Jorge Gower at the 33rd annual Denny Leeson Memorial Urban Fishing Project.  The Rotary Club Hamilton AM and the Dofasco Angling Club fill the pool at the Pat Quinn Arena and Pool with 500 Rainbow Trout for the first week of May for various community groups to bring their members to try their luck with a rod and worm.  Almost 500 anglers get to wet a line on a typical year.
John Rennison The Hamilton Spectator
5/3/16
  • Hamilton. Ontario, Monday, May 2, 2016 - HWCDSB girls senior soccer, St. Jean de Brebeuf vs. Cathedral. The Braves won a convincing 5-0 shutout. SJB's Krisalyn Barnett, right, battles a Cathedral opponent during second half action. Photo by: Barry Gray, The Hamilton Spectator. For story by: standup
  • Hamilton,Ontario April 28,2016, Howard Alderson plays the button accordion during the weekly Waterdown Jam session at the Waterdown Legion. The session attracts anywhere from 30-50 musicians every week coming from as far as Toronto and Niagara. Many are fiddle players but there are also mandolin, piano, accordion, bass and banjo players involved as well. Seniors love the afternoon dances which run from 1pm- 4pm every Thursday all year round. Bass player Iva Alderson says they get such great crowds because lots of seniors don't drive at night. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator
  • Paige Reeves watches Anthony Mamone make a move during Grade 1 play at the Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board's 39th annual chess tournament with 160 students from 31 schools in Grades 1-8 playing in the tournament at Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Elementary School. 
John Rennison The Hamilton Spectator
4/26/16
  • Players run around blocking dummies watched by Dennis McPhee, defensive line co-ordinator,  at Ticat mini-camp Tuesday.
John Rennison The Hamilton Spectator
4/26/16
  • Hamilton. Ontario, Friday, April 22,2016 - The YWCA's Totally Awesome Young Women's Breakfast 2016 brought 500 young girls from schools across the city to Liuna Station Friday morning for a chance to connect  and learn. The event featured a performance by d'bi.young anitafrika, a doublet who presented a powerful message to the girls. Photo by: Barry Gray, The Hamilton Spectator. For story by: standup
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