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Plasco gets extended creditor protection; city secures decommissioning money

The city secured $300,000 from Plasco Energy Group on Wednesday to pay for dismantling its Trail Road plant, the same day the struggling waste-to-energy firm was granted an additional two months’ protection from its creditors. 379 more words

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Exclusive interview with Chad Bewley, Humber Hawks power forward

The Humber Hawks men’s basketball team won its record-sixth CCAA national championship in March 2015.

I caught up with Chad Bewley, starting power forward and fifth-year veteran for the Hawks, after winning the championship. 97 more words

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Kudos: Mohawk hosts National Basketball Championship

Congratulations to everyone who helped organize and run the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association’s National Men’s Basketball Championship last weekend. A lot of work went into planning and preparing for this event, and based on the feedback it was worth the effort. 584 more words


Mohawk loses to Lethbridge in bronze medal game at CCAA Men's Basketball Championship

The Lethbridge College Kodiaks won the bronze medal at the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Men’s Basketball Championship in Hamilton Ontario Saturday (March 21). The Alberta team defeated the host Mohawk Mountaineers 106-92 at the David Braley Athletic and Recreation Centre. 145 more words

College Wide News

Kudos: Mohawk’s Matt Fennell named Player of the Year by the CCAA

Congratulations to Mohawk’s Matt Fennell this year’s Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association’s Player of the Year.

I had the pleasure of watching Matt receive the award at the CCAA’s Awards Banquet on Wednesday. 82 more words


Recap of Day One at the CCAA Men's Basketball Championship

The semi finalists have been determined at the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association Men’s Basketball Championship at Mohawk College in Hamilton.

The top ranked team in the CCAA, the Holland Hurricanes from Charlottetown Prince Edward Island, will meet the fourth ranked Humber Hawks from Etobicoke Ontario and the championship hosts, the Mohawk Mountaineers, seeded third, will play number two Vancouver Island University Mariners of Victoria in the other semi. 179 more words

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Target nets billion-dollar tax break for exit from Canada

Target Corp.’s exit from Canada will net the U.S. retailer about US$1.6 billion in tax breaks in the United States, according to documents.

The Minneapolis, Mn.-based company said in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission it has already recognized the majority of the tax benefits in its first quarter and expects to book most of the rest before the end of 2015. 129 more words