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‘Nathan was Canada’s son. He belonged to all of us’: family
Family of slain soldier Cpl. Nathan Cirillo speaks publicly for first time
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COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Wear red Tuesday to honour Corporal Nathan Cirillo
Columnist Mike Nabuurs says it is time for us to rally around our troops — to don a uniform of red to let everyone know we stand together

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Leanne Pluthero selling T-shirts to help save Ancaster’s Hermitage ruins "Great article and thank you so much for writing this up! So glad to spread the word!"
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LETTER: Can’t sit back and let ISIS expand at will "ISIS is hardly Hitler who had created a regime in a country that already exists and not trying to carve one out of two other destablized countries. It is curious the author would rather commit ineffectual attacks that will draw further extremist atte"
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Will Hamilton's next mayor have urban or suburban vision and priorities? "As a suburbanite, and supporter of the city I'm pretty sure this part is wrong, "This will be the first time a mayoral candidate is trumpeting Hamilton’s suburbs to have a place at the decision-making table rather than just being the cash cow that "
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Hamilton Mountain church eyes high rise
Facing hundreds of thousands of dollars in future renovation and upkeep costs and a shrinking congregation, Chalmers Presbyterian Church is moving forward with a unique plan, possibly the first of its kind for a church in Canada, aimed at keeping the church on Mountain Park Avenue for many years to come.
Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi says citizens are smarter than politicians believe
Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi had some words of advice to prospective mayoral candidates in Hamilton.
NHL teams pay tribute to Corporal Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent
Pre-game ceremonies Saturday night to honour fallen soldiers
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Procession for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo set to arrive at 6 p.m. in Hamilton
Hamilton police and the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders will escort the body of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo along the Highway of Heroes to downtown Hamilton later this afternoon.
Rogers buys Source for $160 million
Hamilton Mountain-based Source last independent cable provider
Liberals failing kids in daycare, says Hamilton Mountain MPP Monique Taylor
Ontario Ombudsman Andre Marin’s scathing 142-page report decries 'systematic government ineptitude'
Clark says McHattie has ‘conflict of interest’ to be Hamilton’s mayor
Hamilton mayoral candidate Brad Clark says Ward 1 councillor Brian McHattie, his competitor, is in a “conflict of interest” for the top job.
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Dundas Valley Orchestra, music director Laura Thomas tune up for A Celebration of Black History at St. Paul’s
The concert may be taking place a few days before Black History Month starts, but Dundas Valley Orchestra’s Laura Thomas promises the music will be so good, nary a complaint will be heard.
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Wear red Oct. 24 to honour Nathan Cirillo, Canadian soldiers
Support a soldier by wearing red on Friday, says legion
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Hamilton public schools lower flags to honour Cpl. Nathan Cirillo
The city’s public schools are flying their flags at half mast today to honour the memory of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, the Hamilton soldier shot dead while guarding the National War Memorial in Ottawa.
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Book of condolences for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo at Hamilton City Hall
“He is a local and national hero,” said councillor Sam Merulla
Muslim Council of Greater Hamilton condemns extremists
The council will be laying a wreath today in honour of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders at the Lieutenant-Colonel John Weir Foote Armoury on James Street North in Hamilton
Vow to save Parkside from closure called ‘empty promise’
Opponents are accusing trustee candidate Bob Maton of making a promise he can’t keep by vowing to fight to keep Parkside High School open.
Mountain will see at least two new public school trustees on Oct. 27
Mountain voters will have elected at least two new public school trustees when polls close this Monday.
Hamilton public school board to ask council if it still wants to go out together
The Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board is hoping to turn over a new leaf on its relationship with city council once the municipal election dust settles.
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