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A new study adds support to the growing belief that behaviours like sleep walking and sleep terrors run in families. A woman is shown resting on her...
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Sleepwalking runs in families, study suggests

Have a history of sleepwalking? If so, your kids are more likely to do it too

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Bungee-like nerve helps whales feed: study

Bungee-like nerve in whales allows them to open wide to feed: scientists

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Former athlete and current Lord Lansdowne teacher Christie Bardecki will be a Pan Am torchbearer

As a former high-performance athlete, Christie Bardecki knows the value of nutrition. In spreading the word to her...

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Made in Dundas

Tour the Valley Town with Made in Dundas

The Made in Dundas Community Family Festival returns to the Dundas Museum and Archives on Saturday, May 23, and one of its...

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Making his pitch

St. Mary Catholic Secondary School Pat Chong wins Young Entrepreneurs, Make Your Pitch competition

Pat Chong, a Grade 12 student at St. Mary Catholic Secondary School, has been named one of six winners in the Young...

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Good Food Boxes

Ancaster and Dundas Good Food Box celebrates local food

Jim Sweetman of Dundas in Transition was on hand recently at Ancaster’s Wilson Street Farmers Market to give a talk on...

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Effort to wipe out polio well positioned

Campaign to wipe out polio has never been in such a strong position: UNICEF

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Max's Big Ride

Max’s Big Ride with Andrew Sedmihradsky and son Max is in the running for Indie88 billboard contest

Readers can help Max’s Big Ride get a huge boost simply by logging on to their computers. Max’s Big Ride has been named a...

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News | Apr 30, 2015
Picone Fine Foods marks 100 years

100 years of Dundas' Picone Fine Food a milestone

Running century-old family business draining and rewarding

Dundas Star News | by Craig Campbell

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