Hamilton Police Raid Stoney Creek Grow-op On Green Mountain Rd.

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West Harbour Film Hub Update

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In September, there were six shootings in just 21 days.
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Councillor Clark calls for ‘made-in-Hamilton’ program to curb youth gun violence


“Stop meddling in Hamilton politics”, Councillor Clark


Council Approves Clark’s Motion for a Second Opinion on Hamilton’s Urban Boundary Question


Clark’s COVID-19 Virtual Memorial Wall Approved

Hamilton’s COVID-19 virtual memorial wall to open for victims of the pandemic starting May 20 (hamiltonnews.com


Hamiltonians can pay tribute to loved ones lost to COVID-19 in city-run memorial wall



Thousands of Hamilton rural property owners face higher taxes because of changes to fire service area rating

“This tax shift increases taxes without any new services”, say Councillor Clark, objecting to last minute tax hikes for rural residents. Clark says, he may vote against tax policies.


Clark Supports the Hamilton Biodiversity Action Plan


Hamilton Conservation Authority plan to let builders move wetlands sparks testy debate

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Clark Expresses Concern About Lack of COVID-19 Vaccine for Hamilton


Ancaster Resident Raises Concerns about Hamilton Growth Plans

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Clark Wants City-wide Mail Consultation on Hamilton Growth Plans

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Coun. Brad Clark Concerned about Potential LRT Costs and the Shortened Route – Wants to Revisit the Debate.


Hamilton Councillors Back Pilot Project to Crack Down on Waterfall Parking Scofflaws

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Clark Advocates for a COVID-19 Virtual Memorial Wall


Clark proposes to refer all public letters alleging Code of Conduct violations against councillors to the integrity commissioner


Hamilton councillors to revise bylaw allowing members to apologize to prevent ejection from meeting


MEDIA STATEMENT from Councillor Brad Clark
For immediate release: February 7, 2020

Recently, a private conversation with one of my constituents was recorded without my knowledge and shared on social media. The unfounded rumours and inferences that I made on this private call were just that, unfounded.
My frustration with the situation in question and my response was completely out of character and I should not have been discussing such baseless rumours with anyone.
I offer my most sincere and unequivocal apologies to our dedicated, hardworking and honest city staff who have my utmost respect.
I formally apologize to the Mayor, City Council, Staff , Mr. Marco Zwaan and my constituents for this unacceptable response. Of my own volition, I have filed a request with the integrity commissioner to investigate this matter as soon as possible.
Effective immediately, I am resigning as Chair of the Audit and Finance Committee, Vice-Chair of the Emergency and Community Services Committee and Chair of the Development Charge Stakeholders Sub-Committee. I have informed the Mayor of my decision.
Councillor Brad Clark

NOTE: I stepped away from Chair of AFA of my own volition as the IC reports to AFA. Subsequently, I felt compelled to remove myself from all Chair/Vice-Chair positions to ensure principles of propriety.

Former mayor hopes city staff aren’t trying to shield Hamilton council from criticism

“I am trying to understand how we restrict residents’ ability to communicate with council, if they’re concerned with the conduct about a councillor,” Clark said.


LRT is back on the table in Hamilton — but depends on the feds, province says


State of Repair of City Sidewalks


Protecting Hamilton Wetlands

Protecting Hamilton’s Wetlands


City to pursue ATV ban on Hamilton roads


Hamilton city council and police should pull together on safety


Hamilton council asked for police chief, but board is sending reports


COVID-19 Council Closes Wild Water Works For Season


Devil’s Punch Bowl Special Parking Enforcement Coming Soon


Ward 9 councillor Brad Clark was the first to raise the question as to why the bid pivoted to 2026 instead of 2030, which made more sense given the timing and symbolism.

Council bans sale and display of fireworks in Hamilton


Clark calls for a Residential Care Facility Liaison


Hamilton approves motion to create outdoor dining areas for physical distancing

Cannabis Grow Op Odours and Lights To Be Regulated


Clark Apologizes to Residents Over Delays in Valley Park Renovations


Hamilton Councillor Calls for Tougher Stance on Gun Crime in Wake of Shooting


The public deserves to have answers’ council hears letter by father of RHVP victim

‘The public deserves to have answers’ council hears letter by father of RHVP victim