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Full-Service Junk Removal Hamilton

City Junk Removal located in Hamilton, Ontario provides a simple easy way for everyone to have their junk and garbage removed. Up front pricing makes it easy for you, the customer, to understand how Junk Removal pricing works. Click the BIN LOAD SIZES to get all the details of how much your pickup will cost.

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The City Junk Removal Team can remove all your Junk or Waste:

  • Household Junk
  • Computer Junk
  • Electronics Waste
  • Metal Waste
  • Furniture Removal
  • Construction Debris
  • Residential Junk
  • Yard Waste
  • Paper Waste
  • Wood Waste
  • Office Junk
  • Eco Waste
  • Basement Junk
  • Demolition Debris
  • Garbage Bags
  • Appliance Removal
  • Tire Recycling
  • Inventory Cleanup


Serving: Hamilton, Burlington, Stoney Creek, Grimsby, Oakville, Mississauga

The Spec Local Hamilton News

Historical photo: Do you remember the licence lineup?
February 1980 — Lineups for 1980 auto licence stickers are growing as Friday’s deadline approaches. These people were waiting an average of 25 to 30 minutes at Hamilton's mountain outlet at James and Fennell.

In 1983, the Ontario government introduced staggered renewals. Before that it was an annual rush.


McMaster street party bigger, but tamer than past years
Police officers direct students to the sidewalk on Dalewood Avenue after the McMaster student party on Saturday. The event was organized after the university moved its official homecoming to the third weekend of October, which is reading week for students.

Dalewood Avenue was closed south of Main due to the size of a gathering dubbed “MAC FOCO 2019” on Facebook.


Hamilton Police ask for help identifying senior hurt in hit-and-run at Main and Sanford
A senior was struck by a vehicle while walking in the crosswalk on Main Street East Friday night.

Hamilton police searching for dark-coloured SUV that hit man in crosswalk



The Spec Local Hamilton News

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