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Senate Commerce Committee member Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla. displays the parts and function of a defective airbag made by Takata of Japan that has been...
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Airbag recall affects more than 1.5M in Canada

Takata airbag recall expanded to more than 1.5 million vehicles in Canada

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Ancaster High, Bishop Tonnos teens come together for Ancaster Heritage Days

Student organizers from Ancaster High School and Bishop Tonnos Catholic Secondary School have partnered with Ancaster...

Ancaster News
Community | 12 hours ago
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St. Joachim Sports-a-thon in Ancaster bring community together

Students recently participated in the third Sports-a-thon organized by the Catholic School Council and intended to raise...

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World | 13 hours ago

Elephant numbers plunge in Mozambique because of poachers

Study says elephant numbers plunged in Mozambique due to poachers, but Uganda numbers are up

Community | 14 hours ago

Open house this week at Canadian Japanese Cultural Centre of Hamilton

The Canadian Japanese Cultural Centre of Hamilton is inviting the public to check out its program this week. Representatives...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Gord Bowes
Environment | 15 hours ago
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Hermitage ruins rebuild ‘set to go,’ authority says

The Hamilton Conservation Authority’s plans to rebuild Ancaster’s Hermitage ruins are back on track after city councillors...

Ancaster News | by Richard Leitner
Canada | May 27, 2015

Carbon divestment fails to catch on in Canada

Call to stop fossil fuel investments gains traction abroad but not yet in Canada

Canada | May 27, 2015
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Aging population to send cancer cases soaring: report

Cancer cases to rise 40% by 2030; aging population fuel increase: report

Community | May 27, 2015
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Students compete at canada-Wide Science Fair and Intel International fair

Twenty local students recently competed at the Canada-Wide and Intel International science fairs Sixteen Canada-Wide...

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