• A Corvette owner photographs a 1965 Sportsman Corvette beneath the tail of a B2J Mitchell Bomber, one of 164 that flew with the RCAF between 1944-62, during the National Corvette Resorers Society 2016 Regional Judging Meet at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum Saturday.  The event is held in Canada every five years, the other four in the United States, and featured 66 Corvettes being judged on their originality and condition.  The Corvettes, some from as far away as West Virginia and Pennsylvania, had to be at least 15 years old to be entered.

John Rennison The Hamilton Spectator
  • Hamilton. Ontario, Wednesday, September 21,2016 -  Glendale and Sir J.A. MacDonald kicked off their respective football seasons with a game at Glendale Wednesday afternoon. Macdonald's Brayden Flores is tackled mid-air by Glendale's Austin Gottlieb.  Photo by: Barry Gray,The Hamilton Spectator. For story by: standup
  • Hamilton, Ontario, Sept.17,2016 Gemma New conducts the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra Saturday night in their season opening performance at Hamilton Place. 
Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator / Leonard Turnevicius
  • Hamilton, Ontario, Sept.18,2016 Neil Singh owner of Empire Hair Palace on King Street East, and his hair cutting colleagues teamed up to provide 200 free hair cuts for those in need. Singh who is from Ghana says that he was raised to give back to the community and this he says is his chance. As well as haircuts people received a goodie bag, and a barbecue lunch, and cupcakes. In this photo - Although it appears as if 6 year old Mahmad Kton is getting the undivided attention of 4 hands he is actually having his hair cut by Damion Forrester of Sharp Cuts while Jermaine Edwards cuts Mahmad's little brother Iman's hair in the background. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator
  • Hamilton, Ontario, Sept.17,2016 The line up was long but it was worth the wait for hundreds of dog and cat owners Saturday morning at Gage Park.  The City of Hamilton Public Health Services and Animal Services hosted a low cost rabies vaccine clinic for cats and dogs. For $25.00 cash owners could get their pet vaccinated on a first come first serve basis. The line up started a 7:30 am for the clinic that opened at 9:00am. Susan Harding-Cruz , manager for the Rabies Program for the city says there have been 126 cases of rabies in wild animals this year- the highest since 1994. In this photo Patches watches the action from between owner Linda Racik's feet while a puppy of a slightly larger variety "Logan" the great dane stays close by his owner Troy Armstrong in line . Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator
  • Hamilton, September 16, 2016 - Punt return by Brandon Banks chased by Alouette  Nicolas Boulay. HOF game Montreal vs Hamilton CFL 1st half action.  (FILE NO. _DSC0123) PHOTO BY: Gary Yokoyama, The Hamilton Spectator. FOR STORY BY: Edwards Milton
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