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Join Wind Dancer Pony Rescue for ride to honour Isabel Dupuy

The Wind Dancer Pony Rescue is putting the fun into fundraising at the third Isabel’s Ride on Saturday, Sept. 27 in Lynden.

Photo by Mark Newman

Hamilton breast cancer centre work nearly finished

Work to complete the large glass waiting area pavilion facing Concession Street is all that remains to be done on the CIBC Breast Assessment Centre.

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Canadian long drive women’s champion Fareen Samji participated in Rotary Trevor Garwood-Jones classic

2013 Canadian long drive women’s champion Fareen Samji will share some of her secrets during the second Trevor Garwood-Jones Golf Classic.

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The News gets around

The Van Alstine family took their favourite community newspaper on vacation to Sesame Place near Philadelphia.

Dundas Blues host pre-season game Saturday

Junior C hockey regular season opens next week.

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Culture of Peace Hamilton builds Fields of Peace, installs peace poles to show commitment

Culture of Peace Hamilton hopes residents will quite literally plant peace in their communities by installing peace poles and building labyrinths as visible symbols of their commitment.

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Well-wishers greet Danielle Berman at Dundas Driving Park after Ride Away Stigma

According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, one in five Canadians will live with a mental illness at some point in their life and too often that individual is suffering in silence.


Olympian Laura Fortino and Nancy McMillan shine brightly at BRIGHT run for Juravinski

Olympic gold medalist Laura Fortino, left, who ran in the seventh annual BRIGHT Run for breast cancer research and handed out medals, celebrates another successful event with organizing chair Nancy McMillan.

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Artist Jasmine Baetz donates cups to EcoPark campaign in Dundas

Ceramic artist Jasmine Baetz donated more than 100 of her hand-crafted Eco cups to the EcoPark campaign this summer.

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Ted McMeekin column:EcoPark System an ambitious plan for Ontario Greenbelt

The Cootes to Escarpment EcoPark System is an ambitious plan to link together 1,900 hectares of natural areas and create a protected, permanent and connected natural lands sanctuary from the Harbour to the Escarpment that promotes ecosystem and human health within Ontario’s Greenbelt.