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Front row: camper Erynn Melia and volunteers Jack Melia and Bennett Howell. Back row: camp counsellors Brad Howell and Allison Melia and camp manager...
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Ancaster Agricultural Society hosts first summer camp for children

Debra Downey

First Ancaster Fair Summer Camp is a week-long experience that wiill focus on the importance of...

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Business | May 22, 2015

Energy boss pushes for tougher climate action

Boss of biggest oilsands player calls for tougher action on climate change

Canada | May 22, 2015

Program aids hard-to-match kidney transplants

New program aims to help hard-to-match kidney transplant patients find organ

Community | May 22, 2015
Cardinal Newman Catholic Secondary School

Cardinal Newman Catholic Secondary School gears up for ‘weekend to remember’

Cardinal Newman Catholic Secondary School is getting ready for a big bash.

Stoney Creek News | by Laura Lennie
Community | May 21, 2015
Dancing in Vienna

Dundas playwright Anna Schafer, 76, performs Dancing in Vienna at Staircase Theatre

Seventy-six year-old Dundas playwright Anna Schafer is preparing to stage a new production of her one-woman play, Dancing in...

Dundas Star News
Community | May 21, 2015
Berry Good Garden

Ancaster Discovery Gardens ready to blossom once again

Erin Davis co-founded the Discovery Gardens in 2012 after moving to Ancaster from the High Park area. The aim is provide a...

Ancaster News | by Debra Downey
Education | May 21, 2015
Mohawk Trail Centre

Hamilton public board sells former Mohawk Trail School site to developer

The Mohawk Trail School’s connection to the west Mountain is set to fade further into history with the sale of its original...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Richard Leitner
Community | May 21, 2015
Stoney Creek's 2014 Citizen of the Year

Chad Cieslik’s always up for a challenge

Chad Cieslik’s passion for helping others knows no limits.

Stoney Creek News | by Laura Lennie
World | May 21, 2015
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Cold temps cause more deaths than heat

Cold temps cause more premature deaths than heat, international study shows

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