Finishing touch
Owen Burnell, far right, puts the finishing touch to a short-handed breakaway by slipping the puck past goalie Joseph Murdaca in the second period of...
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Ancaster Avalanche Junior B team picks up two convincing wins over Pelham, Niagara Falls

Special teams play propel the Ancaster Avalanche to a pair of convincing victories.

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Community | 2 hours ago
Pint-sized dynamo

Tina Rath presented with Theatre Ancaster’s John Nielsen Memorial Award

The memorial award honours John Nielsen, Theatre Ancaster’s master carpenter for 10 years prior to his death in 2003.

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Business | 10 hours ago
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Medical pot growers readying now-legal oils

Producers of dried medical pot awaiting approval to sell now-legal cannabis oils

World | Oct 05, 2015
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3 share Nobel medicine prize for new tools to kill parasites

3 scientists share Nobel medicine prize for discovering drugs to fight parasitic diseases

Environment | Oct 02, 2015
New Stoney Creek conservation area

‘Gorgeous’ plot breathes life into new Stoney Creek park

The Hamilton Conservation Authority’s plans for a new park on Stoney Creek’s east mountain are taking shape with the purchase...

Stoney Creek News | by Richard Leitner
Community | Oct 02, 2015
Accumlated insects

Hamilton District Christian High students collect bugs for Malaise Trap Project

The traps are used to carry out biodiversity inventories for scientific research.

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World | Oct 02, 2015
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Missing gut bacteria may lead to asthma: study

Low levels of 4 key types of bacteria in baby's gut may lead to asthma: study

Canada | Oct 02, 2015

Zebra mussels increasing in Manitoba

Manitoba conservation says zebra mussels increasing significantly

Money Matters | Oct 02, 2015
Saving for post-secondary education

WEALTH MATTERS: The biggest mistake people make when saving for their kids' education

Sometimes people ask me whether I think parents should pay for their kids' post-secondary education. I've known people on... | by Randy Cass

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