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Cultural Workers in Hamilton as Public Intellectuals

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The Arts in Hamilton: The Good the Bad and the Way Forward

How do you feel when you see Art is the New Steel? Hamilton, Ontario is gaining a reputation for the arts – but where does this identity leave the Steel City rhetoric of days gone by? Some say that “Art … Continue reading




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Arts-Based Community Development in Hamilton

By: Alexandra Epp If you do not know Hamilton, let’s catch you up with what everyone else in southern-Ontario ‘knows’ about Hamilton. It is a post-industrial, blue collar “Steel City”. It is often notorious for a ‘rough’ downtown core, a … Continue reading




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In December 2011, Erika Shaker invited all of us to question how an older generation of Canadians—now enjoying the most wealth and prosperity Canada has ever known—could have such disdain for its children, particularly the young people who are “trying … Continue reading




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Quebec Students Ignite the Popular Imagination Stefan Christoff chronicles the progress of student protests in Montréal, Québec as the movement grows. Students on strike initiated the demonstration to protest the rapidly increasing cost of tuition, but the movement now incorporates diverse … Continue reading




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