Toxic blue-green algae has been confirmed at Pier 4 Beach in Hamilton Harbour.  Do not come into contact with the water. City of Hamilton conducting clean up along parts of the Hamilton Harbour shoreline.

 
Federal Election

Federal Priorities

With the 2021 federal election campaign underway, the City of Hamilton has released its federal priorities aimed at building better lives for all residents and supporting community growth.

Through collaboration with the Federal Government, there is opportunity to achieve Hamilton’s five priorities:

Addressing the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on vulnerable populations through supports for homelessness and an affordable housing strategy.

Disaster mitigation and adaption support for areas either impacted or at risk of being impacted by the effects of climate change.

Investment in critical infrastructure to support economic development and continued support for workers and businesses recovering from the effects of COVID-19.

Support for marginalized communities that have been impacted by hate-related incidents, namely, the Black, Muslim, Jewish, Asian, 2SLGBTQIA+, and Indigenous communities.

By committing to universal internet access and applying a rural lens to policy and funding decisions. 

This initiative is a collective effort between Mayor Fred Eisenberger, councillors and the City Manager’s Office to better inform all federal candidates running in our community. These priorities will be provided to all candidates.

Review the complete City of Hamilton's Federal Priorities for 2021 (PDF, 912 KB).