12:00 AM
Sights of a Cuvier Dwarf Caiman and a Reticulated Python at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
12:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Gage Park
1:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Bayfront Park
2:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Smokey Hollow
3:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- King St. W. in Westdale
4:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Sam Lawrence Park
5:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Rail Trail
6:00 AM
"Our purpose is to grow in loving God by walking in the Spirit, serving each other, and reaching out to our neighbours."
7:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Aerial Hamilton
8:00 AM
"Our purpose is to grow in loving God by walking in the Spirit, serving each other, and reaching out to our neighbours."
9:00 AM
Goodwill The Amity Group shares details on developing your options for finding work in Food Manufacturing; YWCA shares plans for this years Women of Distinction
9:30 AM
Embrace change and get out of your comfort zone.
10:00 AM
Programming from Macassa Lodge’s Adult Day Program features exercises and trivia to care for your mind and body.
10:30 AM
On this episode Brent fishes the waters of Port Dalhousie.
11:00 AM
Brian Doucet, Associate Professor at University of Waterloo, chats with Terry Cooke about gentrification in Hamilton.
11:30 AM
Conversations About Aging focuses on housing options for older adults, driving information, and financial security. This episode will focus on driving information for older adults.
12:00 PM
The Bald Beer Guy explores Hamilton's ever growing craft beer and brewery scene. Scott visits Merit Brewing on James Street North.
12:30 PM
The National Academy Orchestra of Canada, with the finest emerging Canadian professionals, stayed at home for daily sessions online with some of the world's great musicians.
1:30 PM
The O Show discusses municipal politics and issues in Hamilton. If it's local politics, it's on The O Show.
2:00 PM
In the Hall explores Hamilton personalities and topics within and beyond City Hall. Join Larry Di Ianni weekly to explore issues relevant to you.
2:30 PM
Marisa Mariella shares some of her favorite family recipes that are easy to make, and bring the whole family to the table. This week Marisa shows us some breakfast staples.
3:00 PM
On-site to highlight the struggles of the Himalayan Healing Salt Cave & Spa in Georgetown and talk about how businesses are changing to be flexible during Covid-19.
3:30 PM
Embrace change and get out of your comfort zone.
4:00 PM
The Hamilton Police Services Board hosts a Virtual TownHall to engage the broader community on policing issues and provide the Board and Police Service with an opportunity to hear directly from the public. Taped January 26th.
5:00 PM
Goodwill The Amity Group shares details on developing your options for finding work in Food Manufacturing; YWCA shares plans for this years Women of Distinction
5:30 PM
Goodwill The Amity Group shares details on developing your options for finding work in Food Manufacturing; YWCA shares plans for this years Women of Distinction
6:00 PM
The Disability Channel curated content showcasing abilities.
6:30 PM
This mini-documentary on the work and impact of Archie McQueen highlights his role working with HWDSB for over 50 years and how he has donated his salary back to the kids & schools.
7:00 PM
The Hamilton Police Services Board hosts a Virtual TownHall to engage the broader community on policing issues and provide the Board and Police Service with an opportunity to hear directly from the public. Taped January 26th.
8:00 PM
REPEAT - Host Kirk Robinson gives automotive advice from basic maintainence to tips on buying/selling your car. (courtesy of YourTV).
9:00 PM
The O Show discusses municipal politics and issues in Hamilton. If it's local politics, it's on The O Show.
9:30 PM
In the Hall explores Hamilton personalities and topics within and beyond City Hall. Join Larry Di Ianni weekly to explore issues relevant to you.
10:00 PM
Conversations About Aging focuses on housing options for older adults, driving information, and financial security. This episode will focus on driving information for older adults.
10:30 PM
Mayor Fred Eisenberger hosts the 2020 Order of Hamilton Award Recipients in a virtual setting.
11:40 PM
Short film about a1930s Private Inspector solving modern day crimes.
12:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Burlington Bay
1:00 AM
Sights of a Red Footed Tortoise, at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
1:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Harbour West Marina
2:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Dundurn Castle.
3:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- City Hall.
4:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Mountain Brow.
5:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- King St. W. in Westdale
6:00 AM
Weekly service, including music and readings.
6:30 AM
We serve a Christian Community with music, readings, sermon and outreach activities.
6:59 AM
Weekly service from Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King Parish in Hamilton.
7:30 AM
Weekly service from Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King Parish in Hamilton.
8:00 AM
Weekly service, including music and readings.
8:30 AM
We serve a Christian Community with music, readings, sermon and outreach activities.
8:59 AM
Goodwill The Amity Group shares details on developing your options for finding work in Food Manufacturing; YWCA shares plans for this years Women of Distinction
9:30 AM
The O Show discusses municipal politics and issues in Hamilton. If it's local politics, it's on The O Show.
10:00 AM
The Hamilton Police Services Board hosts a Virtual TownHall to engage the broader community on policing issues and provide the Board and Police Service with an opportunity to hear directly from the public. Taped January 26th.
11:00 AM
In the Hall explores Hamilton personalities and topics within and beyond City Hall. Join Larry Di Ianni weekly to explore issues relevant to you.
11:30 AM
We revisit the Hamilton Bulldogs vs. Flint Firebirds game from February 8th 2020
1:13 PM
Documentary about how one teacher created Puddle Day
1:30 PM
Embrace change and get out of your comfort zone.
2:00 PM
Goodwill The Amity Group shares details on developing your options for finding work in Food Manufacturing; YWCA shares plans for this years Women of Distinction
2:30 PM
Marisa Mariella shares some of her favorite family recipes that are easy to make, and bring the whole family to the table. This week Marisa shows us some breakfast staples.
3:00 PM
Dylan and Frankie zoom with actor Jimmy Palumbo about getting into the industry. Marco Perella shows off his Canadian knowledge and Thomas McTigue talks with Frankie about his YouTube videos.
3:30 PM
On-site to highlight the struggles of the Himalayan Healing Salt Cave & Spa in Georgetown and talk about how businesses are changing to be flexible during Covid-19.
3:52 PM
Documentary about the Locke Street cafe Donut Monster.
4:00 PM
The Hamilton Police Services Board hosts a Virtual TownHall to engage the broader community on policing issues and provide the Board and Police Service with an opportunity to hear directly from the public. Taped January 27th.
5:00 PM
Mohawk Colleges Work Place Program is featured and an update from the HWCDSB Chair Patrick Daly.
5:30 PM
Mohawk Colleges Work Place Program is featured and an update from the HWCDSB Chair Patrick Daly.
6:00 PM
On this episode, Dylan and Frankie talk with Jayce Bartok about how he got a role in the Spiderman movie, Jamie Renell and Frankie talk football and Jon Mack shares a fun fact.
6:30 PM
Discussion of federal, provincial, and municipal politics and issues as they pertain to Hamilton.
7:00 PM
Mike Fortune hosts a bi-weekly Virtual Town Hall Meeting with Hamilton Mayor Fred Eisenberger regarding the COVID-19 pandemic in the City of Hamilton.
8:00 PM
This week's focus is Hamilton Police Service. We go on a walk through of a residential CPTED audit.
8:30 PM
Virtual Care of Neuro Patients During the COVID-19 Crisis – Presented by Shelley Amodeo, RN & The Next Level of Spine Surgery – Presented by Dr. Devin Peterson.
9:00 PM
Mohawk Colleges Work Place Program is featured and an update from the HWCDSB Chair Patrick Daly.
9:30 PM
Richard Pinnock and Pam Damoff, M.P. for Oakville North - Burlington, discuss why volunteering, civic engagement and participating in the democratic system are so important. Every voice is important, but your vote matters!
10:00 PM
A tribute to Fred Astaire, part 2
11:00 PM
The Hamilton Police Services Board hosts a Virtual TownHall to engage the broader community on policing issues and provide the Board and Police Service with an opportunity to hear directly from the public. Taped January 27th.
12:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Albion Falls
1:00 AM
A scenic tour of the Lower City from West to East.
2:00 AM
Sights of a Cuvier Dwarf Caiman and a Reticulated Python at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
2:30 AM
Experience the sights and sounds of the Dunnville Bridge.
3:30 AM
A scenic tour of Haldimand County, from Caledonia through Cayuga to Dunnville.
4:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Gore Fountain 2020
5:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- King St. W. in Westdale
6:00 AM
A Bible-believing multicultural church, where God is restoring potential & raising leaders of vision, integrity & power to reclaim & fulfill the purpose of God for humanity as intended at creation.
6:44 AM
Documentary about how one teacher created Puddle Day
7:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- City Hall 2020
8:00 AM
A Bible-believing multicultural church, where God is restoring potential & raising leaders of vision, integrity & power to reclaim & fulfill the purpose of God for humanity as intended at creation.
8:44 AM
Documentary about how one teacher created Puddle Day
9:00 AM
Mohawk Colleges Work Place Program is featured and an update from the HWCDSB Chair Patrick Daly.
9:30 AM
On this episode, Dylan and Frankie talk with Jayce Bartok about how he got a role in the Spiderman movie, Jamie Renell and Frankie talk football and Jon Mack shares a fun fact.
10:00 AM
The Hamilton Police Services Board hosts a Virtual TownHall to engage the broader community on policing issues and provide the Board and Police Service with an opportunity to hear directly from the public. Taped January 27th.
11:00 AM
Discussion of federal, provincial, and municipal politics and issues as they pertain to Hamilton.
11:30 AM
Mike Fortune hosts a bi-weekly Virtual Town Hall Meeting with Hamilton Mayor Fred Eisenberger regarding the COVID-19 pandemic in the City of Hamilton.
12:30 PM
This week's focus is Hamilton Police Service. We go on a walk through of a residential CPTED audit.
1:00 PM
Virtual Care of Neuro Patients During the COVID-19 Crisis – Presented by Shelley Amodeo, RN & The Next Level of Spine Surgery – Presented by Dr. Devin Peterson.
1:30 PM
Exploring the world of competitive gaming. One of the world’s best Street Fighter 5 players, Mike Lopez, known as Silver Rupee, is from Hamilton.
2:00 PM
Mohawk Colleges Work Place Program is featured and an update from the HWCDSB Chair Patrick Daly.
2:30 PM
Richard Pinnock and Pam Damoff, M.P. for Oakville North - Burlington, discuss why volunteering, civic engagement and participating in the democratic system are so important. Every voice is important, but your vote matters!
3:00 PM
A tribute to Fred Astaire, part 2
4:00 PM
Programming from Macassa Lodge’s Adult Day Program features exercises and trivia to care for your mind and body.
4:30 PM
Meet McMaster and Hamilton Public Library's 2020-21 Writer-in-Residence, Janet Rogers. Janet helps aspiring writers in one-on-one chats.
5:00 PM
Toronto Marlies Play-By-Play Announcer Todd Crocker shares perspectives on hockey this year; and we meet this years Lincoln M. Alexander Award Winner
5:30 PM
Toronto Marlies Play-By-Play Announcer Todd Crocker shares perspectives on hockey this year; and we meet this years Lincoln M. Alexander Award Winner
6:00 PM
Conversations About Aging focuses on housing options for older adults, driving information, and financial security. This episode will focus on driving information for older adults.
6:30 PM
Providing parents with timely information & easy to use tips to make life easier at home with their children. Focusing on the whole child to what affects learning.
7:00 PM
We revisit the Hamilton Bulldogs vs. Soo Greyhounds game from February 15th 2020
8:50 PM
Featuring Filmed in Hamilton. A look at the film industry in Hamilton. Created by Mohawk College students.
9:00 PM
Toronto Marlies Play-By-Play Announcer Todd Crocker shares perspectives on hockey this year; and we meet this years Lincoln M. Alexander Award Winner
9:30 PM
Amy Furyk hosts the best in local music from one of Hamilton's most historic venues. Part 1 of a performance by Hamilton-based artist Jim Italiano & his band.
10:00 PM
The O Show discusses municipal politics and issues in Hamilton. If it's local politics, it's on The O Show.
10:30 PM
In the Hall explores Hamilton personalities and topics within and beyond City Hall. Join Larry Di Ianni weekly to explore issues relevant to you.
11:00 PM
Programming from Macassa Lodge’s Adult Day Program features exercises and trivia to care for your mind and body.
11:30 PM
Meet McMaster and Hamilton Public Library's 2020-21 Writer-in-Residence, Janet Rogers. Janet helps aspiring writers in one-on-one chats.
12:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Redhill Lookout at QEW
1:00 AM
Sights of a Cuvier Dwarf Caiman and a Reticulated Python at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
1:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Dundurn Castle Garden
2:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Dofasco & Skyway Bridge
3:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Lift Bridge
4:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- King St. W. in Westdale
5:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Albion Falls
6:00 AM
We strive to be a Christ-centered church family building Christ-centred families. We want to lead people to grow as devoted followers of Christ who live out God’s purposes.
7:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Tim Hortons Field
8:00 AM
We strive to be a Christ-centered church family building Christ-centred families. We want to lead people to grow as devoted followers of Christ who live out God’s purposes.
9:00 AM
On this episode, Dylan and Frankie talk with Jayce Bartok about how he got a role in the Spiderman movie, Jamie Renell and Frankie talk football and Jon Mack shares a fun fact.
9:30 AM
Providing parents with timely information & easy to use tips to make life easier at home with their children. Focusing on the whole child to what affects learning.
10:00 AM
Brian Doucet, Associate Professor at University of Waterloo, chats with Terry Cooke about gentrification in Hamilton.
10:30 AM
This week's focus is Hamilton Police Service. We go on a walk through of a residential CPTED audit.
11:00 AM
Richard Pinnock and Pam Damoff, M.P. for Oakville North - Burlington, discuss why volunteering, civic engagement and participating in the democratic system are so important. Every voice is important, but your vote matters!
11:30 AM
Discussion of federal, provincial, and municipal politics and issues as they pertain to Hamilton.
12:00 PM
Exploring the world of competitive gaming. One of the world’s best Street Fighter 5 players, Mike Lopez, known as Silver Rupee, is from Hamilton.
12:30 PM
The O Show discusses municipal politics and issues in Hamilton. If it's local politics, it's on The O Show.
1:00 PM
In the Hall explores Hamilton personalities and topics within and beyond City Hall. Join Larry Di Ianni weekly to explore issues relevant to you.
1:30 PM
Marisa Mariella shares some of her favorite family recipes that are easy to make, and bring the whole family to the table. This week Marisa shows us some breakfast staples.
2:00 PM
Conversations About Aging focuses on housing options for older adults, driving information, and financial security. This episode will focus on driving information for older adults.
2:30 PM
On-site to highlight the struggles of the Himalayan Healing Salt Cave & Spa in Georgetown and talk about how businesses are changing to be flexible during Covid-19.
3:00 PM
We revisit the Hamilton Bulldogs vs. Soo Greyhounds game from February 15th 2020
5:00 PM
Learn more about an upcoming series focusing on Anti-Racism; Hamilton's EOC Director shares perspectives on a year of the COVID-19 pandemic.
5:30 PM
Goodwill The Amity Group shares details on developing your options for finding work in Food Manufacturing; YWCA shares plans for this years Women of Distinction
6:00 PM
Programming from Macassa Lodge’s Adult Day Program features exercises and trivia to care for your mind and body.
6:30 PM
Mayor Fred Eisenberger hosts the 2020 Order of Hamilton Award Recipients in a virtual setting.
8:00 PM
Virtual Care of Neuro Patients During the COVID-19 Crisis – Presented by Shelley Amodeo, RN & The Next Level of Spine Surgery – Presented by Dr. Devin Peterson.
8:30 PM
On this episode, Dylan and Frankie talk with Jayce Bartok about how he got a role in the Spiderman movie, Jamie Renell and Frankie talk football and Jon Mack shares a fun fact.
9:00 PM
REPEAT - Host Kirk Robinson gives automotive advice from basic maintainence to tips on buying/selling your car. (courtesy of YourTV).
10:00 PM
A tribute to Fred Astaire, part 2
11:00 PM
The Disability Channel curated content showcasing abilities.
11:30 PM
Programming from Macassa Lodge’s Adult Day Program features exercises and trivia to care for your mind and body.
12:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Cootes Paradise
1:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Scenic Drive
2:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Bayfront Park
3:00 AM
Sights of a Red Footed Tortoise, at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
3:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- King St. W. in Westdale
4:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Harbour West Marina
5:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Dundurn Castle.
6:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- City Hall.
7:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Mountain Brow.
8:00 AM
Our service includes singing, sermon and children's time.
9:00 AM
Family friendly service, with music and a teaching video for the kids.
10:00 AM
"Our purpose is to grow in loving God by walking in the Spirit, serving each other, and reaching out to our neighbours."
11:00 AM
Weekly service, including music and readings.
11:30 AM
We serve a Christian Community with music, readings, sermon and outreach activities.
12:00 PM
A Bible-believing multicultural church, where God is restoring potential & raising leaders of vision, integrity & power to reclaim & fulfill the purpose of God for humanity as intended at creation.
1:00 PM
We strive to be a Christ-centered church family building Christ-centred families. We want to lead people to grow as devoted followers of Christ who live out God’s purposes.
2:00 PM
Weekly service from Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King Parish in Hamilton.
2:30 PM
Programming from Macassa Lodge’s Adult Day Program features exercises and trivia to care for your mind and body.
3:00 PM
Join Kim Slaunwhite & Chris Cox as they explore local parks and the environment with Conservation Halton experts, educating viewers on the natural world minutes away.
3:30 PM
Mayor Fred Eisenberger hosts the 2020 Order of Hamilton Award Recipients in a virtual setting.
5:00 PM
Mohawk Colleges Work Place Program is featured and an update from the HWCDSB Chair Patrick Daly.
5:30 PM
Toronto Marlies Play-By-Play Announcer Todd Crocker shares perspectives on hockey this year; and we meet this years Lincoln M. Alexander Award Winner
6:00 PM
The Hamilton Police Services Board hosts a Virtual TownHall to engage the broader community on policing issues and provide the Board and Police Service with an opportunity to hear directly from the public. Taped January 26th.
7:00 PM
The Hamilton Police Services Board hosts a Virtual TownHall to engage the broader community on policing issues and provide the Board and Police Service with an opportunity to hear directly from the public. Taped January 27th.
8:00 PM
Programming from Macassa Lodge’s Adult Day Program features exercises and trivia to care for your mind and body.
8:30 PM
The O Show discusses municipal politics and issues in Hamilton. If it's local politics, it's on The O Show.
9:00 PM
In the Hall explores Hamilton personalities and topics within and beyond City Hall. Join Larry Di Ianni weekly to explore issues relevant to you.
9:30 PM
Marisa Mariella shares some of her favorite family recipes that are easy to make, and bring the whole family to the table. This week Marisa shows us some breakfast staples.
10:00 PM
On-site to highlight the struggles of the Himalayan Healing Salt Cave & Spa in Georgetown and talk about how businesses are changing to be flexible during Covid-19.
10:30 PM
Discussion of federal, provincial, and municipal politics and issues as they pertain to Hamilton.
11:00 PM
Brian Doucet, Associate Professor at University of Waterloo, chats with Terry Cooke about gentrification in Hamilton.
11:30 PM
Richard Pinnock and Pam Damoff, M.P. for Oakville North - Burlington, discuss why volunteering, civic engagement and participating in the democratic system are so important. Every voice is important, but your vote matters!
12:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Mountain Brow.
1:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Albion Falls
2:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Tim Hortons Field
3:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Cootes Paradise
4:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Scenic Drive
5:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Flamborough Farm
6:00 AM
Our service includes singing, sermon and children's time.
7:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Bayfront Park
8:00 AM
Our service includes singing, sermon and children's time.
9:00 AM
Toronto Marlies Play-By-Play Announcer Todd Crocker shares perspectives on hockey this year; and we meet this years Lincoln M. Alexander Award Winner
9:30 AM
On this episode Brent fishes the waters of Port Dalhousie.
10:00 AM
Programming from Macassa Lodge’s Adult Day Program features exercises and trivia to care for your mind and body.
10:30 AM
Meet McMaster and Hamilton Public Library's 2020-21 Writer-in-Residence, Janet Rogers. Janet helps aspiring writers in one-on-one chats.
11:00 AM
Providing parents with timely information & easy to use tips to make life easier at home with their children. Focusing on the whole child to what affects learning.
11:30 AM
We revisit the Hamilton Bulldogs vs. Soo Greyhounds game from February 15th 2020
1:30 PM
Legacy: Giving of oneself in support of others.
2:00 PM
Toronto Marlies Play-By-Play Announcer Todd Crocker shares perspectives on hockey this year; and we meet this years Lincoln M. Alexander Award Winner
2:30 PM
Exploring the world of competitive gaming. One of the world’s best Street Fighter 5 players, Mike Lopez, known as Silver Rupee, is from Hamilton.
3:00 PM
Live coverage of the City of Hamilton Media Briefing by Mayor Fred Eisenberger regarding the current status of the COVID-19 pandemic.
4:00 PM
The Hamilton Police Services Board hosts a Virtual TownHall to engage the broader community on policing issues and provide the Board and Police Service with an opportunity to hear directly from the public. Taped January 26th.
5:00 PM
Monsignor Murray Kroetsch shares how faith-based services are impacted by the pandemic; and a new film studio gets set to open in the Hamilton.
5:30 PM
Monsignor Murray Kroetsch shares how faith-based services are impacted by the pandemic; and a new film studio gets set to open in the Hamilton.
6:00 PM
Brian Doucet, Associate Professor at University of Waterloo, chats with Terry Cooke about gentrification in Hamilton.
6:30 PM
This week's focus is Hamilton Police Service. We go on a walk through of a residential CPTED audit.
7:00 PM
In our 51st year on Cable 14 with a $5,000 prize board every week! Thanks to our players, Kiwanis has provided countless opportunities & support for Hamilton children & youth.
8:00 PM
Conversations About Aging focuses on housing options for older adults, driving information, and financial security. This episode will focus on housing options for older adults.
8:30 PM
Discussion of federal, provincial, and municipal politics and issues as they pertain to Hamilton.
9:00 PM
Monsignor Murray Kroetsch shares how faith-based services are impacted by the pandemic; and a new film studio gets set to open in the Hamilton.
9:30 PM
The Bald Beer Guy explores Hamilton's ever growing craft beer and brewery scene. Scott visits the Brux House.
10:00 PM
Mike McCurlie interviews and plays with local musicians from The Westdale, Hamilton's iconic theatre.
11:00 PM
Live coverage of the City of Hamilton Media Briefing by Mayor Fred Eisenberger regarding the current status of the COVID-19 pandemic.
12:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- King St. W. in Westdale
12:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Gage Park
1:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Bayfront Park
2:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Smokey Hollow
3:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Sam Lawrence Park
4:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Rail Trail
5:30 AM
Sights of a Red Footed Tortoise, at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
6:00 AM
Family friendly service, with music and a teaching video for the kids.
7:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Aerial Hamilton
8:00 AM
Family friendly service, with music and a teaching video for the kids.
9:00 AM
Monsignor Murray Kroetsch shares how faith-based services are impacted by the pandemic; and a new film studio gets set to open in the Hamilton.
9:30 AM
Brian Doucet, Associate Professor at University of Waterloo, chats with Terry Cooke about gentrification in Hamilton.
10:00 AM
Live coverage of the City of Hamilton Media Briefing by Mayor Fred Eisenberger regarding the current status of the COVID-19 pandemic.
11:00 AM
This week's focus is Hamilton Police Service. We go on a walk through of a residential CPTED audit.
11:30 AM
REPEAT - Host Kirk Robinson gives automotive advice from basic maintainence to tips on buying/selling your car. (courtesy of YourTV).
12:30 PM
Conversations About Aging focuses on housing options for older adults, driving information, and financial security. This episode will focus on housing options for older adults.
1:00 PM
Discussion of federal, provincial, and municipal politics and issues as they pertain to Hamilton.
1:30 PM
Specialized health care services available for pediatric hematology & oncology patients at McMaster Children’s Hospital. Presented by Dr. Adam Fleming.
2:00 PM
Monsignor Murray Kroetsch shares how faith-based services are impacted by the pandemic; and a new film studio gets set to open in the Hamilton.
2:30 PM
The Bald Beer Guy explores Hamilton's ever growing craft beer and brewery scene. Scott visits the Brux House.
3:00 PM
Soprano Adrianne Pieczonka shares her warm personality & musical insights in a delightful variety of repertoire accompanying herself on guitar & piano.
4:00 PM
The Hamilton Police Services Board hosts a Virtual TownHall to engage the broader community on policing issues and provide the Board and Police Service with an opportunity to hear directly from the public. Taped January 27th.
5:00 PM
The Hamilton Network brings you the people, stories, and events shaping the Hamilton area through insightful interviews and information you can use.
5:30 PM
The Hamilton Network brings you the people, stories, and events shaping the Hamilton area through insightful interviews and information you can use.
6:00 PM
The O Show discusses municipal politics and issues in Hamilton. If it's local politics, it's on The O Show.
6:30 PM
In the Hall explores Hamilton personalities and topics within and beyond City Hall. Join Larry Di Ianni weekly to explore issues relevant to you.
7:00 PM
We take a look back on the last 15 games from the Hamilton Bulldogs 2019 - 2020 season.
9:00 PM
The Hamilton Network brings you the people, stories, and events shaping the Hamilton area through insightful interviews and information you can use.
9:30 PM
Marisa Mariella shares favorite family recipes that are easy to make, and bring the whole family to the table. Marisa shows us some of her summer garden favorites.
10:00 PM
On this episode, Dylan and Frankie talk with Jayce Bartok about how he got a role in the Spiderman movie, Jamie Renell and Frankie talk football and Jon Mack shares a fun fact.
10:30 PM
Spoofed up public affair commentaries comedy: CRAFTS & CONSPIRACIES
11:00 PM
The Hamilton Police Services Board hosts a Virtual TownHall to engage the broader community on policing issues and provide the Board and Police Service with an opportunity to hear directly from the public. Taped January 27th.