Posts in: Ancaster

Clarenville shoots to win

Kenora winless after two games – faces long road to Allan Cup final.

Photo by Richard Zazulak.

Real McCoys top defending Allan Cup champs

Win advances Dundas to semi-final of national hockey championship at home.

Dundas takes tight opening Allan Cup game

Pressure on goalie pays off with winning goal in Dundas.

Brantford comes back on Kenora

Warm 5-4 win kicks off Allan Cup 2014 in Dundas.

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Couple runs 10 kilometres each to help a friend

With a little help from some friends, Scott Wilbur has crossed another item off his bucket list.

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Swimmer Carnegie smashes record

Ancaster swimmer Michael Carnegie set a new provincial record for his age group in the long course 100-metre butterfly event at a race on Saturday in Toronto.

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A vital medicine

MaryBeth McCuen was only 25 weeks pregnant when she gave birth to Sam in 2009 at McMaster University Medical Centre.

Photo by Debra Downey

Wind Dancer hopes you’ll pony up

Members of the local equestrian community staunchly support Dr. Paula Dupuy and her Wind Dancer Pony Rescue Foundation. However, a new corporate campaign has been launched in the hopes that corporations will start to pony up.

Authority and diocese seal deal on Canterbury Hills sale

The Dundas Valley Conservation Area is about to expand now that a deal to buy 25 hectares of environmentally sensitive land by the Canterbury Hills Conference Centre and Camp has cleared the final hurdle.

Photo by Richard Leitner

Money finally runs out on ‘semi-interesting’ Hermitage ruins

Already leaning so precariously they’re fenced off from the public, Ancaster’s Hermitage ruins appear destined to come tumbling down one way or another.