Christmas Bird Count sends dozens of birders across the city, and a few rare finds
By Clare Bonnyman, CBC News Posted: Dec 27, 2016 2:55 PM ET
Continue reading “Starling flocks are disappearing, Christmas Bird Count numbers show”
The iconic theatre has been officially listed, and is not protected under the Ontario Heritage Act
By Clare Bonnyman, CBC News Posted: Dec 27, 2016 3:20 PM ET
Continue reading “Historic Westdale Theatre put up for sale for $1.8M”
6 weeks and $700 worth of permits later, Nick Radojevic’s rink for his sons got built
By Clare Bonnyman, CBC News Posted: Dec 23, 2016 4:32 PM ET
Continue reading “Backyard hockey rink put on ice after neighbour complaints”
Hamiltonians are struggling with the buildup of ice on sidewalks.
By Clare Bonnyman, CBC News Posted: Dec 21, 2016 12:10 PM ET
Continue reading “Slippery sidewalks a struggle in Hamilton and salt is hard to find”
There were 2 spontaneous combustions in 5 days at Delft Blue Veal Inc.
CBC News Posted: Dec 21, 2016 10:11 AM ET
Continue reading “2nd spontaneous combustion leads to demolition at Flamborough veal plant”
Hamilton Firefighters are guiding people on how to stay safe this winter
By Clare Bonnyman, CBC News Posted: Dec 20, 2016 5:45 AM ET
Continue reading “Holiday Fire Safety in Hamilton”
The city worked through the night to repair the water main break on Forsyth Avenue
CBC News Posted: Dec 20, 2016 8:24 AM ET
Continue reading “[VIDEO] Sinkhole filled in as burst watermain cleanup underway”
Host of Country Hoedown, cast member of Hee Haw, Tapp was iconic Canadian performer
CBC News Posted: Dec 19, 2016 11:28 AM ET
Continue reading “[VIDEO] Canadian entertainer Gordie Tapp dead at 94”
An unpublished longer-form mini-drama, about the last radio drama dedicated space in North America, which happened to be CBC’s Studio 212 in Toronto, Ontario.
Written, performed and produced by Clare Bonnyman, 2016.
Sound F/X from freesound.org
Music from BenSound and Podington Bear
The longest and oldest study of its kind, studying the long term health of premature babies
Continue reading “Three decades later, ‘preemies’ still a part of McMaster study”