Randy Ambrosie said talks are ongoing, with the plan to hold the first pre-season game on May 23, the season to start June 10, and Hamilton to host the Grey Cup game on Nov. 24.
‘When [people] think about kidney disease, they think it’s all older people, but it really affects everybody,’ Hamilton’s Saverina Scozzari says.
Competitors will run their own race and submit results online, according to organizers.
The 31-year-old linebacker returns to the Tiger-Cats for his eighth season.
Another signature Hamilton event has fallen to COVID-19. After initially being postponed, the Around the Bay Road Race has officially been cancelled.
COVID-19 continues to cause anxiety when it comes to employment status, income level and the availability of coping strategies, according to a new survey.
The amateur sports competition between Hamilton and Flint, Mich., has been held every year since 1958.
A Hamilton-based technology company has developed an app and website in hopes of helping to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Ron Foxcroft of the Fluke Transportation Group says moving transport trucks into the U.S. is no problem — getting back is a little different, though.
With many events being cancelled or postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Around the Bay Road Race this month in Hamilton, Ont., is still a go.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats were one of the more active teams on day one of CFL free agency.
The Black and Gold announced the re-signing of the two veterans Friday.
The Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington reported 955 residential properties were sold last month – down from October and September, but up from November 2018.
The CFL has announced its 2019 team winners, and, to no one’s surprise, one Tiger-Cat was a unanimous selection.
A funeral mass for Fern Viola will be offered at St. Anthony of Padua Church on Friday.