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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.

It's Easy, just Call 905-545-5865 or Click "BOOK ONLINE" to set up a convenient time for you, and our courteous uniformed staff will come to your home or business and take all your junk away... And you don't have to lift a finger. Its that easy!! City Junk Removal has been providing Quality Service Junk Removal to Hamilton, Burlington and surrounding areas for over 14 years. And has saved thousands of tons of garbage from going to landfill sites.

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

Brantford Mosque vandalized with hateful graffiti
The Brantford Police Service is looking for two suspects wanted after a hate crime where hateful remarks and symbols were spray painted on the Brantfod Mosque.

Brantford police are looking to identify two suspects wanted for the hate crime


Stabbing victims show up at Hamilton hospital
The Hamilton men, who are 18 and 21, arrived at the Hamilton General Hospital with stab wounds around 11:30 p.m. Monday. Police were already at the hospital and noticed the injured men in the emergency department.

Hamilton police investigating where stabbing took place after two men were found with non-life threatening injuries


Jeff Jordan wins in Grimsby
 Mayor-elect Jeff Jordan speaks with a supporter at his victory celebration at the RoyalCanadian Legion, Branch 127 in Grimsby Monday. Jordan defeated long-time alderman Steve Berry, picking up 6,377 votes compared to Berry's 2,527. All results are unofficial.

Breezes to victory over longtime Ald. Steve Berry.



The Spec Local Hamilton News

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