White-tailed deer
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Haudenosaunee set for annual Dundas Valley deer hunt

Richard Leitner

Portions of the Dundas Valley will once again be off limits to the public on most weekdays beginning...

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Community | 2 hours ago
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Hamilton police seek public’s assistance in finding missing Dundas man

Hamilton police are seeking the public’s help in locating a missing 75-year-old Dundas man.

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WhatsOn | 4 hours ago
Licensed To Draw

Dundas Valley School of Art offers spirited twist with First Fridays: Licensed to Draw

Loosen up, have some fun and develop those essential right brain skills in the process. That’s the idea behind First...

Dundas Star News
Environment | 8 hours ago
Hermitage ruins rebuild

Quality of Hermitage rebuild called ‘dream come true’

The restoration of Ancaster’s Hermitage ruins is going so well the Hamilton Conservation Authority says work on the main...

Ancaster News | by Richard Leitner
Canada | Oct 07, 2015

Study finds depression widely unrecognized

Study finds depression often goes unrecognized, cutting into worker productivity

News | Oct 07, 2015
Rehabilitation of King Street bridge

King Street reconstruction wrapping up in Olde Town Stoney Creek

Rehabilitation of the bridge on King Street near Elm Avenue is essentially complete – except for fabrication of the railing –...

Stoney Creek News | by Laura Lennie
News | Oct 07, 2015
Saturdays in the Creek

Saturdays in the Creek ends 2015 in grand style

Saturdays in the Creek is back for a final run this year and it’s going out on a high note.

Stoney Creek News | by Laura Lennie
News | Oct 07, 2015
Kids helping kids

St. Martin of Tours students bring in 400 food items for kids in need in Hamilton

St. Martin of Tours Catholic Elementary School students are doing their part to assist other kids.

Stoney Creek News | by Laura Lennie
Columns | Oct 06, 2015
Monte McNaughton

Ontario's estate tax highest in Canada: Roseman

Many people try to defer tax on death by holding assets jointly with children. This can lead to family fights

OurWindsor.Ca | by Ellen Roseman

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