Celebrating Canada's birthday
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City of Hamilton launches community funding to celebrate Canada 150

The City of Hamilton has launched a community funding program in celebration of Canada’s...

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Community | Jan 16, 2017
McMaster Children's Hospital

McMaster Children's Hospital offering parenting courses

McMaster Children’s Hospital is offering free workshops for parents.

Hamilton Mountain News
Wellness | Jan 16, 2017
Canadian Hard of Hearing Association

Hamilton hearing group offers lip reading classes

Lip reading classes are being offered by the Hamilton chapter of the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association starting March 8.

Hamilton Mountain News
WhatsOn | Jan 16, 2017
Mountain Kidz Klub

Mountain Kidz Klub benefits from sub sales

Mountain Kidz Klub is the beneficiary of a fundraiser Jan. 30-Feb. 5. One dollar from every order that week at Quiznos in...

Ancaster News
News | Jan 11, 2017
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Hamilton Community Food Centre set to open

The finishing touches are being done at the new Hamilton Community Food Centre in the former grocery store at 310 Limeridge...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Mark Newman
News | Jan 11, 2017
Karen Reichheld and kitten

More pets getting fixed at Hamilton/Burlington SPCA

Officials at the Hamilton/Burlington SPCA are crediting increased public awareness for the record number of cats and dogs...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Mark Newman
News | Jan 14, 2017
Coyote alert near Lincoln Alexander school

Lincoln Alexander school principal issues coyote alert

Parents of students attending a central Mountain elementary school have been advised to watch out for coyotes in the area.

Hamilton Mountain News | by Gord Bowes
Life | Jan 14, 2017
Enthusiasm for Canada

Ancaster’s Immaculate Conception students mark Canada’s 150th birthday

A group of students at Immaculate Conception School is flying the flag for Canada as our nation celebrates a milestone...

Ancaster News | by Debra Downey
News | Jan 13, 2017
Memorial bricks

Plaques to replace worn bricks at Peace Memorial Park

The memorial bricks at Peace Memorial Park are being replaced this spring with brass plaques.

Hamilton Mountain News | by Gord Bowes

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