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Liberal candidate ready to unseat Conservative MP David Sweet

A Burlington lawyer is confident that she can unseat veteran Conservative MP David Sweet and paint Flamborough-Glanbrook Liberal red in the next federal election.

Submitted photo

Student-organized Dundas Valley Secondary School garage sale raises funds for the United Way

A massive, student-organized charity garage sale with proceeds going to the United Way takes place Saturday, Nov. 8 at Dundas Valley Secondary School’s west campus (formerly Highland) gym, 8-11 a.m.

Photo by Mark Newman

Poppies hit Hamilton streets today

It wasn’t long after last week’s fatal shooting of Corporal Nathan Cirillo in Ottawa that the phone began ringing at the Mountain Legion from people and organizations looking for poppies to wear in honour of the east-end resident.

Hamilton hires new transit director to drive strategic planning

Hamilton has hired a new transit director to drive the city’s transportation strategic plan over the next few years.

Vanderbeek earns Dundas council seat

Former town councillor joins three other first-time city councillors

Unsafe roof delayed Dundas flag lowering

Dundas’ Air Force Association risks accident after complaint

Dundas’ St. Joseph’s Villa adds beds

Orchid Garden removes 12 seniors off waiting list of 600