Mole, Rowe and “Valley City Smitty” lead Dundas to national title.
Top offences and goalies to battle for Canadian hockey championship today at 3 p.m..
Bentley wins to set-up rematch with rival Clarenville Friday.
Arson could not be ruled out as the possible cause of a fire that destroyed two Dundas businesses in November 2012.
Day 4 of the 2014 Allan Cup Senior AAA Championship gets underway today at 3:30 p.m. when the Allan Cup Hockey champion Brantford Blast face Alberta’s Chinook Hockey League, Bentley Generals. This marks the first of two quarter-final match-ups taking place today.
Defence key as Manitoba, Alberta reps head to Allan Cup quarterfinals.
Newfoundland team heads to Allan Cup semi-final, Blast play Thursday.
The Hamilton Conservation Authority is planning a “selective thinning” of Christie Lake’s pine plantation to take advantage of a tax break and encourage the hardwood forest that once stood there to grow back.
Ancaster residents can afford a lot of things, but apparently they don’t like paying a lot for more transit service.
Josh Montgomery, third from left, Tanner Westoby and Danielle Mably taste Cumbrae’s sliders during the fourth Rotary Dundas Home and Lifestyle Show with Tastes of Dundas at the community centre on Saturday.