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Annual community awards postponed
The Dundas Community Awards night has been postponed a month, to Friday, May 30, after a lack of nominations left the event on the brink of cancellation.
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Miniature but mighty
Tia Maria Bontis, 7, a member of the Cheer Sport Megamouth Sharks, recently won the Canadian Cheer Evolution National Championships mini level 2 division in Niagara Falls.
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Sunday, April, 20, 2014 - 12:12:44 PM
Dundas wins Allan Cup in overtime "congratulations to the Dundas Real McCoys; Donnie Robertson brought the AC tourney here, and the team made sure the Allan Cup stays here! It was great to be right at the game and see a great moment in Dundas history being realized! Craig, I finally"
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Thursday, April, 17, 2014 - 7:07:05 PM
Veterans’ tombstones dumped at Hamilton city cemetery "[...] up its mess Last week Hamilton Community News reporter Richard Leitner broke the story of how the shattered grave markers of several veterans were found dumped over the side of a bluff at the city-owned Woodland [...]"
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Thursday, April, 17, 2014 - 12:12:07 AM
Is registration the right answer? "[...] April, 16, 2014 - 6:06:26 PM LETTER: Lobbyist registry ensures accountability, transparency re: Is registration the right answer? (Editorial, April 10) After reading your editorial, I reflected back 10 years ago when the present voluntary lob"
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Good things grow in Ancaster, Ontario
With a $66,000 boost from the provincial government, Joanne Turnell of Ojo Eat Local hopes to establish a year-round food hub at the Wilson Street Farmers Market.
Supporters seeking immortality for Frid
Jonathan Frid lives on.
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Toasting half a century
Carolyn Marsh, left, president of the Ancaster Fair Homecraft Committee, Laurene Butter, who started the annual luncheon 50 years ago, Vivian McBay, who has been involved with the Homecraft Committee since 1944, and Norma Baker, the earliest past-president, raise their teacups to mark 50 years of the Homecraft Committee luncheon.
New commercial corridor
The west end of Wilson Street is quickly becoming a commercial corridor.
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Hoppy Easter
Children of all ages participated in the third annual Winona Easter Egg Hunt last Saturday at Winona Park. Organizers placed more than 9,000 eggs throughout the park in celebration of the holiday.
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Giveaway Saturday
Conversation Cafe Tuesday
The event is designed to engage residents in conversations with their elected officials
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Tastings and more
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.
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‘A good challenge is always fun’ for DLT director
Dundas Little Theatre’s upcoming production of August: Osage County has been a challenge.
President of legion dies
Just the second female president of the Dundas Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion in its history, Dawn Lewis helped oversee one of the strongest Legions in the province as a member and tireless volunteer.
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News gets around
Trevor, 10, Carter, 7, Andrew, 3, and Delilah, 2, took their favourite community newspaper on The Oasis of the Seas during the family’s Western Caribbean cruise.
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Friends clean up
Best friends Jordan Bailey and Ekow Fynn are inspiring children to get active while also making a difference for the environment and others.
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Circus Revolution at Zacada
Stoney Creek’s Leah Behie, Alexa Compare, Kayley Pettit and Paige Johnson, clockwise from left, are among 25 performers who will be showcasing their talents in the air and on the ground in Zacada Circus School’s new production Circus Revolution this month.
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Paging Isabella to Queen’s Park
Isabella O’Brien, a Grade 7 student at St. Augustine Catholic Elementary School, has been serving as a legislative page at Queen’s Park.
Activist, author Sally Armstrong to speak in Hamilton
She will be speaking about her latest book, Ascent of Women
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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.
 
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