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A super zoomed in shot of the blockade set up on the rail lines near Hamilton Harbour. Despite the injunction from CN, the protest camp remains. Hard to see but police standing on perimeter.

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#Breaking : Trains will not be running through the Niagara Falls, St. Catharines, Hamilton, and West Harbour stations during Tuesday morning rush hour as a result of the Wet'suwet'en solidarity blockade, a Metrolinx spokesperson has confirmed to the Star. Story to come.

GO Transit says trains will not be able to service Niagara Falls GO, St. Catharines GO, Hamilton GO or West Harbour GO stations on Tuesday morning due to an ongoing rail blockade.

UPDATED: A Metrolinx spokesperson said GO Transit trains will not be servicing Niagara Falls, St. Catharines, Hamilton or West Harbour GO stations Tuesday morning.

UPDATE: GO Train service in #HamOnt  is disrupted this morning as demonstrators continue to block one of the main rail lines in #HamOnt . @GoTrainsit  will not be able to service Niagara Falls, St. Catharines, Hamilton or West Harbour GO stations this morning

A recent run of wet weather has forced the city to start dumping partially treated wastewater into Hamilton Harbour#HamOnt 

"I'm not going to let go": 10-year-old saves friend from drowning in icy Hamilton Harbour. #TheMoment 

Police are praising a 10-year-old who saved his best friend by keeping his head above water after he fell into the frigid water of Hamilton Harbour.

'I'm not going to let go': 10-year-old saves friend from drowning in icy Hamilton Harbour

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Listen to 10-year-old Alex Neto describe saving his friend from drowning in Hamilton Harbour#HamOnt  Read more:

Ray Emery, the 35-year-old Hamiltonian (by way of Cayuga), who drowned on Sunday morning in Hamilton Harbour, died just hours after playing in Zac Rinaldo's charity hockey game that was raising money for hungry kids in this city #NHL  #RayEmery 

Former Ottawa Senators goaltender Ray Emery has been identified as the man who drowned in Hamilton Harbour on Sunday morning.

Former NHL goalie Ray Emery passed away by drowning while swimming in Hamilton Harbour. He was 35-years old. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Emery family at this time.

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BREAKING: Hamilton police confirm body of former NHL goalie Ray Emery, 35, found. Emery went missing early this morning while swimming in Hamilton harbour.

An source inside of the Hamilton hockey community told The Hamilton Spectator that former NHL goalie Ray Emery is the victim of a presumed drowning in Hamilton Harbour on Sunday morning

#BREAKING: Body of former NHL player Ray Emery pulled from water in Hamilton, Ont. harbour: police

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