Martin and Mercedes Nicoll will lead their teammates to the upcoming 2015 FIS World Championships in Kreischberg, Austria, in January.
Dundas moms of all ages are making play dates, getting valuable advice, and buying and selling used baby items, thanks to a Facebook page dedicated to Valley Town parents.
Elisa Sorbara loves the stage.
In the past six years, scientific discoveries have fundamentally changed people’s understanding of ovarian cancer and propelled researchers and clinicians in new directions in their quest to overcome Canada’s most fatal women’s cancer.
Ancaster’s Abby Stuart brings home bronze from Canadian fast-pitch championships in British Columbia
Twelve-year-old Abby Stuart added a shiny bronze medal to her trophy collection this summer.
Jenn Veenvliet is hoping to enjoy the sweet taste of victory.
The City of Hamilton had all the right sentimental reasons to create a bike share program, but so far the program has seen more obstacles and produced more excuses than cycling activity.
Treasure Island is the theme.
Have you seen a bat flying around lately?
The Dundas Valley School of Art is turning 50 this year.