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Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Gage Park
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 - Bayfront Park
2:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- City Hall 2020
3:30 AM
Sights & sounds of Hamilton - McQuesten High Level Bridge
4:30 AM
Sights of a Red Footed Tortoise, at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
5:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Smokey Hollow
6:00 AM
Weekly service, including music and readings.
6:30 AM
We serve a Christian Community with music, readings, sermon and outreach activities.
7:00 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.
9:00 AM
Hamilton Seniors Awards Nominations; Hamilton Police launch a new bike registry to help deal with theft.
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
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 weeks Y At Home older adult fitness class features functional movement and manual dexterity
11:30 AM
Yoga instructor Katie McClelland takes you on a journey to connect to yourself, to others and to a spiritual wholeness.
12:00 PM
The Catholic Youth Organization (C.Y.O) is proud to celebrate its 2021 Virtual Children's Fundraiser and Awards Celebration. Celebrate with us and hear all that is happening in the community from the C.Y.O.
12:50 PM
Featuring Filmed in Hamilton. A look at the film industry in Hamilton. Created by Mohawk College students.
1:00 PM
In the Hall emanates from City Hall and deals with Hamilton personalities and topics within and beyond this building. Join Larry Di Ianni weekly to explore issues relevant to you.
1:30 PM
The beauty of self-care is that it benefits everyone.
2:00 PM
Hamilton Seniors Awards Nominations; Hamilton Police launch a new bike registry to help deal with theft.
2:30 PM
Marisa Mariella shares favorite family recipes that are easy to make, and bring the whole family to the table. This week it is all about desserts.
3:00 PM
The Hamilton Network Primetime takes the conversation deeper on how arts and entertainment venues in Hamilton have had to adapt in past year.
3:30 PM
Melissa Walker talks about the controlled demolition of The World Trade Center while making a cat pinata. Melissa and Aurora White perform a song called "Must Have Been Right"
4:00 PM
Get ready to get active and get fit with some at home workouts from Momentum Fitness. We also tackle some important information you should know to keep yourself healthy.
4:30 PM
Host Brent Bochek goes channel cat fishing on the Grand River, with his guest James Houtby.
5:00 PM
A personal experience of what it's like getting vaccinated for Covid-19 in Hamilton; the Hamilton Brain Injury Association's response to lockdown.
5:30 PM
A personal experience of what it's like getting vaccinated for Covid-19 in Hamilton; the Hamilton Brain Injury Association's response to lockdown.
6:00 PM
The Ottawa Senators' Drake Batherson and Tim Stutzle join the show to chat about their biggest moments in hockey and Nova Scotia singer Heather Rankin talks music and life.
6:30 PM
Discussion of federal, provincial, and municipal politics and issues as they pertain to Hamilton.
7:00 PM
Lisa Braun provides viewers with a step-by-step lesson in painting a rainbow unicorn.
8:00 PM
This week's focus is Hamilton Fire Department. Chief Cunliffe joins Darrin to discuss fire growth spread and escape plans.
8:30 PM
Immigration Lawyer Paul Ramacieri joins Adam to share some insight into cross-border travel, and some of the issues resulting from the ongoing pandemic.
9:00 PM
A personal experience of what it's like getting vaccinated for Covid-19 in Hamilton; the Hamilton Brain Injury Association's response to lockdown.
9:30 PM
Host Richard Pinnock welcomes MP Pam Damoff onto the program to discuss why Criminal Justice Matters
10:00 PM
This series highlights some of the great jazz musicians of our time.
11:00 PM
Get ready to get active and get fit with some at home workouts from Momentum Fitness. We also tackle some important information you should know to keep yourself healthy.
11:30 PM
Host Brent Bochek goes channel cat fishing on the Grand River, with his guest James Houtby.
12:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - King St. W. in Westdale.
12:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Sam Lawrence Park
1:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Rail Trail
2:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Aerial Hamilton
3:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Burlington Bay
4:30 AM
Sights of a Cuvier Dwarf Caiman and a Reticulated Python at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
5:00 AM
Sights & sounds of Hamilton - McQuesten High Level Bridge
6:00 AM
Restoration House Hamilton is a Bible-believing church, where God is restoring potential and raising leaders of vision, integrity and power. We are a multicultural church that teaches and empowers people to reclaim and fulfill the purpose of God for human
7:00 AM
Sights & sounds of Hamilton - LaSalle Park Marina
8:00 AM
Restoration House Hamilton is a Bible-believing church, where God is restoring potential and raising leaders of vision, integrity and power. We are a multicultural church that teaches and empowers people to reclaim and fulfill the purpose of God for human
9:00 AM
A personal experience of what it's like getting vaccinated for Covid-19 in Hamilton; the Hamilton Brain Injury Association's response to lockdown.
9:30 AM
The Ottawa Senators' Drake Batherson and Tim Stutzle join the show to chat about their biggest moments in hockey and Nova Scotia singer Heather Rankin talks music and life.
10:00 AM
Get ready to get active and get fit with some at home workouts from Momentum Fitness. We also tackle some important information you should know to keep yourself healthy.
10:30 AM
Host Brent Bochek goes channel cat fishing on the Grand River, with his guest James Houtby.
11:00 AM
Lisa Braun provides viewers with a step-by-step lesson in painting a rainbow unicorn.
12:00 PM
Discussion of federal, provincial, and municipal politics and issues as they pertain to Hamilton.
12:30 PM
This week's focus is Hamilton Fire Department. Chief Cunliffe joins Darrin to discuss fire growth spread and escape plans.
1:00 PM
Immigration Lawyer Paul Ramacieri joins Adam to share some insight into cross-border travel, and some of the issues resulting from the ongoing pandemic.
1:30 PM
Dr. Sarah Khan, one of the leaders in infection prevention & control measures across Hamilton Health Sciences discusses managing the spread of COVID-19.
2:00 PM
A personal experience of what it's like getting vaccinated for Covid-19 in Hamilton; the Hamilton Brain Injury Association's response to lockdown.
2:30 PM
Host Richard Pinnock welcomes MP Pam Damoff onto the program to discuss why Criminal Justice Matters
3:00 PM
This series highlights some of the great jazz musicians of our time.
4:00 PM
We take a look back at 4 matches from HWE's inaugural event, Sunday to Remember. Join us to relive the 6 pack challenge, Dylan Daniels vs. Buck Gunderson, Ricky Stardust vs. Jonny D and Ethan Page vs. BMD.
5:00 PM
Updates from Hamilton East-Stoney Creek MP Bob Bratina; Spring Cleaning with Meaning during Earth Week to support Hamilton's Salvation Army.
5:30 PM
Updates from Hamilton East-Stoney Creek MP Bob Bratina; Spring Cleaning with Meaning during Earth Week to support Hamilton's Salvation Army.
6:00 PM
Anthony speaks with accessibility advocate and host of the Freewheelin with Carden podcast Carden Wyckoff.
6:30 PM
Beyond the Classroom host Cathy Thompson welcomes Heidi artin, a Wellness Coach and Binu Dhindsa, a Life Coach to discuss Self-Care for Kids.
7:00 PM
We revisit the Hamilton Bulldogs vs. Niagara IceDogs game from February 1st 2020
9:00 PM
Updates from Hamilton East-Stoney Creek MP Bob Bratina; Spring Cleaning with Meaning during Earth Week to support Hamilton's Salvation Army.
9:30 PM
Hammer D20 showcases the best of nerd culture in Hamilton. From board games to arcades, cosplay to comics. Join us as we explore all the niches and sub-cultures that make our city just a little bit more wonderful.
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 emanates from City Hall and deals with Hamilton personalities and topics within and beyond this building. Join Larry Di Ianni weekly to explore issues relevant to you.
11:00 PM
We take a look back at 4 matches from HWE's inaugural event, Sunday to Remember. Join us to relive the 6 pack challenge, Dylan Daniels vs. Buck Gunderson, Ricky Stardust vs. Jonny D and Ethan Page vs. BMD.
12:00 AM
Sights & sounds of Hamilton - CN Rail Yard in Winter.
1:00 AM
Sights & sounds of Hamilton - Geese wintering at Pier 4.
2:00 AM
Sights of a Cuvier Dwarf Caiman and a Reticulated Python at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
2:30 AM
Sights & sounds of Hamilton - The Corpse Flower at the Gage Park Tropical Greenhouse
3:30 AM
Sights & sounds of Hamilton - McQuesten High Level Bridge
4:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Albion Falls
5:30 AM
Sights of a Red Footed Tortoise, at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
6:00 AM
"We Strive to be a Christ-centered church family building Christ-centered families. We want to lead people to grow as devoted followers of Christ who live out God's 5 W-I-F-E-S purposes. 1.Worship 2.Instruction 3.Fellowship 4.Evangelism 5.Service."
7:00 AM
Sights & sounds of Hamilton - CN Rail Yard in Winter.
8:00 AM
"We Strive to be a Christ-centered church family building Christ-centered families. We want to lead people to grow as devoted followers of Christ who live out God's 5 W-I-F-E-S purposes. 1.Worship 2.Instruction 3.Fellowship 4.Evangelism 5.Service."
9:00 AM
The Ottawa Senators' Drake Batherson and Tim Stutzle join the show to chat about their biggest moments in hockey and Nova Scotia singer Heather Rankin talks music and life.
9:30 AM
Beyond the Classroom host Cathy Thompson welcomes Heidi artin, a Wellness Coach and Binu Dhindsa, a Life Coach to discuss Self-Care for Kids.
10:00 AM
Explores and engages citizens in multiple aspects of the city's quality of life.
10:30 AM
This week's focus is Hamilton Fire Department. Chief Cunliffe joins Darrin to discuss fire growth spread and escape plans.
11:00 AM
Host Richard Pinnock welcomes MP Pam Damoff onto the program to discuss why Criminal Justice Matters
11:30 AM
Discussion of federal, provincial, and municipal politics and issues as they pertain to Hamilton.
12:00 PM
We revisit the Hamilton Bulldogs vs. Niagara IceDogs game from February 1st 2020
2:00 PM
Immigration Lawyer Paul Ramacieri joins Adam to share some insight into cross-border travel, and some of the issues resulting from the ongoing pandemic.
2:30 PM
Host Brent Bochek goes channel cat fishing on the Grand River, with his guest James Houtby.
3:00 PM
Lisa Braun provides viewers with a step-by-step lesson in painting a rainbow unicorn.
4:00 PM
The beauty of self-care is that it benefits everyone.
4:30 PM
Get ready to get active and get fit with some at home workouts from Momentum Fitness. We also tackle some important information you should know to keep yourself healthy.
5:00 PM
Updates from Hamilton West-Ancaster-Dundas MP & federal Labour Minister Filomena Tassi; a big assist for Hamilton Girls Hockey.
5:30 PM
Hamilton Seniors Awards Nominations; Hamilton Police launch a new bike registry to help deal with theft.
6:00 PM
Host Mike McCurlie sits down with Boris Brott at The Westdale, Hamilton's iconic theatre, to discuss his amazing life in music and the countless contributions he has made to Canada and Hamilton in specific.
7:00 PM
A virtual panel of Hamilton's business & planning experts discuss what's ahead in Hamilton development. Hosted by the Urban Land Institute & moderated by Paul Berton.
8:00 PM
The O Show discusses municipal politics and issues in Hamilton. If it's local politics, it's on The O Show.
8:30 PM
In the Hall emanates from City Hall and deals with Hamilton personalities and topics within and beyond this building. Join Larry Di Ianni weekly to explore issues relevant to you.
9:00 PM
Anthony speaks with accessibility advocate and host of the Freewheelin with Carden podcast Carden Wyckoff.
9:30 PM
The Ottawa Senators' Drake Batherson and Tim Stutzle join the show to chat about their biggest moments in hockey and Nova Scotia singer Heather Rankin talks music and life.
10:00 PM
Melissa Walker talks about the controlled demolition of The World Trade Center while making a cat pinata. Melissa and Aurora White perform a song called "Must Have Been Right"
10:30 PM
Hammer D20 showcases the best of nerd culture in Hamilton. From board games to arcades, cosplay to comics. Join us as we explore all the niches and sub-cultures that make our city just a little bit more wonderful.
11:00 PM
A virtual panel of Hamilton's business & planning experts discuss what's ahead in Hamilton development. Hosted by the Urban Land Institute & moderated by Paul Berton.
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 - Tim Hortons Field
1:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Cootes Paradise
2:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Scenic Drive
3:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Flamborough Farm
4:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Bayfront Park
5:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- City Hall 2020
6:30 AM
Sights & sounds of Hamilton - The Corpse Flower at the Gage Park Tropical Greenhouse
7:30 AM
Sights of a Red Footed Tortoise, at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
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
Restoration House Hamilton is a Bible-believing church, where God is restoring potential and raising leaders of vision, integrity and power. We are a multicultural church that teaches and empowers people to reclaim and fulfill the purpose of God for human
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 5 W-I-F-E-S purposes. 1.Worship 2.Instruction 3.Fellowship 4.Evangelisim 5.Service."
2:00 PM
Weekly service from Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King Parish in Hamilton.
2:30 PM
Voices From The Past is a collection of 4 documentaries assembled by the volunteers at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum.
4:00 PM
Celebrating the best of Hamilton's published authors. Winner announced in Poetry, Fiction, & Non-Fiction, along with the recipient of the Kerry Schooley Book Award.
5:00 PM
A personal experience of what it's like getting vaccinated for Covid-19 in Hamilton; the Hamilton Brain Injury Association's response to lockdown.
5:30 PM
Updates from Hamilton East-Stoney Creek MP Bob Bratina; Spring Cleaning with Meaning during Earth Week to support Hamilton's Salvation Army.
6:00 PM
Video feed of the meeting provided by the City of Hamilton. Past council & committee meetings are available on-demand at hamilton.ca/council
9:00 PM
The annual Bay Area Climate Forum is an opportunity to engage the Hamilton-Burlington community on climate action, bringing in expert and inspiring speakers.
10:30 PM
Join hosts Julie Cole, and Laura Babcock as they connect with the Hamilton and Halton winners from this year's YWCA Women of Distinction awards.
12:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Harbour West Marina
1:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Dundurn Castle.
2:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- City Hall.
3:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Mountain Brow.
4:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Albion Falls
5:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Tim Hortons Field
6:00 AM
Our service includes singing, sermon and children's time.
7:00 AM
Sights & sounds of Hamilton - LaSalle Park Marina
8:00 AM
Our service includes singing, sermon and children's time.
9:00 AM
Updates from Hamilton East-Stoney Creek MP Bob Bratina; Spring Cleaning with Meaning during Earth Week to support Hamilton's Salvation Army.
9:30 AM
Anthony speaks with accessibility advocate and host of the Freewheelin with Carden podcast Carden Wyckoff.
10:00 AM
We take a look back at 4 matches from HWE's inaugural event, Sunday to Remember. Join us to relive the 6 pack challenge, Dylan Daniels vs. Buck Gunderson, Ricky Stardust vs. Jonny D and Ethan Page vs. BMD.
11:00 AM
We revisit the Hamilton Bulldogs vs. Niagara IceDogs game from February 1st 2020
1:00 PM
Beyond the Classroom host Cathy Thompson welcomes Heidi artin, a Wellness Coach and Binu Dhindsa, a Life Coach to discuss Self-Care for Kids.
1:30 PM
Linda discusses why communication is essential to our personal and professional life.
2:00 PM
Updates from Hamilton East-Stoney Creek MP Bob Bratina; Spring Cleaning with Meaning during Earth Week to support Hamilton's Salvation Army.
2:30 PM
Hammer D20 showcases the best of nerd culture in Hamilton. From board games to arcades, cosplay to comics. Join us as we explore all the niches and sub-cultures that make our city just a little bit more wonderful.
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
A presentation by Col. Ron Foxcroft, CM, entrepreneur, inventor, philanthropist, motivator, citizen of the year, former honorary colonel of the Argylls.
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
David Christopherson sits down with Terry Cooke and talks about his life in politics.
6:30 PM
This week's focus is Hamilton Fire Department. Chief Cunliffe joins Darrin to discuss fire growth spread and escape plans.
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
The Hamilton Network Primetime takes the conversation deeper when we talk with 3 local youth sports organizations on how they have dealth with the pandemic and what's to come for the upcoming seasons.
8:30 PM
Discussion of federal, provincial, and municipal politics and issues as they pertain to Hamilton.
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
The Bald Beer Guy explores Hamilton's ever growing craft beer and brewery scene. On this episode Scott stops by Grain & Grit.
10:00 PM
Host Mike McCurlie sits down with Boris Brott at The Westdale, Hamilton's iconic theatre, to discuss his amazing life in music and the countless contributions he has made to Canada and Hamilton in specific.
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 & sounds of Hamilton - Geese wintering at Pier 4.
1:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Flamborough Farm
2:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Bayfront Park
3:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Cable 14 on Dundurn Street South.
4:00 AM
Sights & sounds of Hamilton - CN Rail Yard in Winter.
5:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Scenic Drive
6:00 AM
Family friendly service, with music and a teaching video for the kids.
7:00 AM
Sights & sounds of Hamilton - The Corpse Flower at the Gage Park Tropical Greenhouse
8:00 AM
Family friendly service, with music and a teaching video for the kids.
9:00 AM
The Hamilton Network brings you the people, stories, and events shaping the Hamilton area through insightful interviews and information you can use.
9:30 AM
David Christopherson sits down with Terry Cooke and talks about his life in politics.
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
Host Kirk Robinson gives automotive advice from basic maintenance to tips on buying/selling your car. This program was produced by YourTV Burlington.
12:00 PM
This week's focus is Hamilton Fire Department. Chief Cunliffe joins Darrin to discuss fire growth spread and escape plans.
12:30 PM
The Hamilton Network Primetime takes the conversation deeper when we talk with 3 local youth sports organizations on how they have dealth with the pandemic and what's to come for the upcoming seasons.
1:00 PM
Discussion of federal, provincial, and municipal politics and issues as they pertain to Hamilton.
1:30 PM
Emergency Department changes in response to COVID-19 as well as research in healthy aging are discussed by Hamilton Health Sciences physicians.
2:00 PM
The Hamilton Network brings you the people, stories, and events shaping the Hamilton area through insightful interviews and information you can use.
2:30 PM
The Bald Beer Guy explores Hamilton's ever growing craft beer and brewery scene. On this episode Scott stops by Grain & Grit.
3:00 PM
Host Mike McCurlie sits down with Boris Brott at The Westdale, Hamilton's iconic theatre, to discuss his amazing life in music and the countless contributions he has made to Canada and Hamilton in specific.
4:00 PM
Yoga instructor Katie McClelland takes you on a journey to connect to yourself, to others and to a spiritual wholeness.
4:30 PM
Marisa Mariella shares favorite family recipes that are easy to make, and bring the whole family to the table. This week it is all about desserts.
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 emanates from City Hall and deals with Hamilton personalities and topics within and beyond this building. Join Larry Di Ianni weekly to explore issues relevant to you.
7:00 PM
Celebrating the best of Hamilton's published authors. Winner announced in Poetry, Fiction, & Non-Fiction, along with the recipient of the Kerry Schooley Book Award.
8:00 PM
Live coverage of the City of Hamilton Media Briefing by Mayor Fred Eisenberger regarding the current status of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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 some of her favorite family recipes that are easy to make, and bring the whole family to the table.
10:00 PM
The Ottawa Senators' Drake Batherson and Tim Stutzle join the show to chat about their biggest moments in hockey and Nova Scotia singer Heather Rankin talks music and life.
10:30 PM
Bill makes a piece of toast out of croutons and gives is the history of Winnie The Pooh. B.B. DeVille talks about COVID and then performs "Shortin' Bread".
11:00 PM
Yoga instructor Katie McClelland takes you on a journey to connect to yourself, to others and to a spiritual wholeness.
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 - King St. W. in Westdale.
12:30 AM
Sights & sounds of Hamilton - McQuesten High Level Bridge
1:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Gage Park
2:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Bayfront Park
3:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Smokey Hollow
4:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Sam Lawrence Park
5:30 AM
Sights of a Cuvier Dwarf Caiman and a Reticulated Python at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
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 & sounds of Hamilton - McQuesten High Level Bridge
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
The Hamilton Network brings you the people, stories, and events shaping the Hamilton area through insightful interviews and information you can use.
9:30 AM
General Issues Committee Meeting provided by the City of Hamilton. Past council & committee meetings are available on-demand at hamilton.ca
2:30 PM
The O Show discusses municipal politics and issues in Hamilton. If it's local politics, it's on The O Show.
3:00 PM
In the Hall emanates from City Hall and deals with Hamilton personalities and topics within and beyond this building. Join Larry Di Ianni weekly to explore issues relevant to you.
3:30 PM
Hammer D20 showcases the best of nerd culture in Hamilton. From board games to arcades, cosplay to comics. Join us as we explore all the niches and sub-cultures that make our city just a little bit more wonderful.
4:00 PM
Melissa leads us through a workout with a focus on balance, then Bonnie is back to guide us through a breath awareness meditation.
4:30 PM
Bill makes a piece of toast out of croutons and gives is the history of Winnie The Pooh. B.B. DeVille talks about COVID and then performs "Shortin' Bread".
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 Catholic Youth Organization (C.Y.O) is proud to celebrate its 2021 Virtual Children's Fundraiser and Awards Celebration. Celebrate with us and hear all that is happening in the community from the C.Y.O.
7:00 PM
Live coverage of the City of Hamilton Media Briefing by Mayor Fred Eisenberger regarding the current status of the COVID-19 pandemic.
8:00 PM
Host Kirk Robinson gives automotive advice from basic maintenance to tips on buying/selling your car. This program was produced by YourTV Burlington.
9:00 PM
General Issues Committee Meeting provided by the City of Hamilton. Past council & committee meetings are available on-demand at hamilton.ca