By Adam Carter, CBC News
The face of downtown Hamilton has changed plenty in the last decade. One way streets became two way, James Street became a bustling cultural hub and more people than ever are coming downtown for events like Supercrawl and Locke Street Festival.
Now, with expansions like the Royal Connaught development and the opening of a full-service grocery store, more and more people are turning their attention to the core.
Last week, CBC Hamilton asked the question “What else does downtown Hamilton need?” and got answers ranging from more places to live to an overall facelift.
Now, it’s time for the flipside — what does downtown Hamilton need less of?
We asked business owners and downtown community members to chime in and narrowed it down to five things we could do without to keep the heart of the city on the right track.
Article and image source: CBC Hamilton