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FEATURE

Night Shift
Under the cover of darkness, photographer David Hirsh journeys across the region to prove that many businesses are just springing to life as most of us go to bed

Getting on Track
Light Rail is seen as instrumental to Hamilton's master plan. But when will the trains start running?
WENDY PETERS

Plant Manager
Mark Runciman's no green thumb, but the RBG's roots continue to grow under his guidance

OPINION

Image Enhancement
Hamilton boasts an award-winning Economic Development team, but can they overcome their city's reputation?
TED McINTYRE

TIPS & TRICKS

Get Your Message Across
Are you conveying your corporate vision to your staff?

Combatting Grocery Fees
Rising prices means you'd better look to other areas to maintain customer loyalty

DEPARTMENT

Letters
The RBC Canadian Open makes an impact on kids, rating Louise Dompierre's AGH impact, and marketing deception

BIZ Bites
Steve Kulakowsky gets to the core of the matter, the region's highest retail rent addresses, awards for the Oakville Chamber, Meet Your Neighbours, healthy vending machines and service excellence

Movers & Shakers
Sheeba Varghese on mastering your own destiny; persistence pays off for former Stelco worker Lori Raudnask; and Gerry Visca on the art of marketing and branding
TED McINTYRE

Looking Back
Increasing the police presence in downtown Hamilton will bolster business long term



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