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WEALTH MATTERS: 6 questions to ask yourself when creating a career-building personal brand

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If you have a well-defined personal brand, you will find it easier to advance in your career: people...

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Infiniti’s QX50 CUV has the heart of a coupe

FIRST DRIVE: Infiniti’s QX50 CUV has the heart of a coupe

SAN DIEGO, CA: Infiniti describes the 2016 QX50 has having “the body of a crossover, the heart of a coupe.” Infiniti was...

Mississauga News | by Jim Robinson
World | 15 hours ago

Harper climate record trashed at DC event

Canadian politics plays out on formal US stage: Mayor trashes Harper gov't in DC

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Extensive renovations to Dundas’ Collins Hotel returns landmark to its former glory

Built in 1840 by Irishman Bernard Collins, the hotel quickly became a well-known gathering spot in Dundas.

Dundas Star News | by Debra Downey
Environment | 21 hours ago
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Haudenosaunee set for annual Dundas Valley deer hunt

Portions of the Dundas Valley will once again be off limits to the public on most weekdays beginning in mid-November to allow...

Ancaster News | by Richard Leitner
Community | 22 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.

Dundas Star News
WhatsOn | 23 hours ago
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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 | Oct 08, 2015
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

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