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Canadian-made Ebola vaccine protects: study-Image1
A vial of the Canadian-made Ebola vaccine rVSV-ZEBOV, is pictured in a recent photo. A new study reported Friday that a vaccine designed by scientists...
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Canadian-made Ebola vaccine protects: study

WHO-led study shows Canadian-made Ebola vaccine protects against dreaded disease

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Canada | 11 hours ago
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Denial of Vancouver fuel spill prompted delay

Report on environmental response to Vancouver oil spill set to be released

Life | 14 hours ago
Parishioners

Hundreds of parishioners gather for outdoor mass, community celebration in Stoney Creek

It was not a typical way to spend a hot summer night, but it was certainly very memorable.

Stoney Creek News | by Marisa Mariella
World | 15 hours ago

With 1 effective Ebola vaccine, what's next?

A made-in-Canada Ebola vaccine has been shown to work; What's next?

WhatsOn | 16 hours ago
The Number Stations

The Number Stations kicks off Ancaster’s Festival of Friends musical extravaganza

The 40th version of the free Festival of Friends rocks the Ancaster Fairgrounds Aug. 7-9.

Ancaster News | by Debra Downey
Community | 17 hours ago
Babysitting course graduates

Babysitters graduate from Ancaster Community Services course

Led by instructor and ACS summer staffer Maggie MacDonald, the Ancaster Community Services’ babysitting course offered...

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Columns | Jul 31, 2015

THE SKY THIS MONTH: Perfect conditions for Perseid Meteor Shower

This year, the Perseid Meteor Shower will peak 2 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 13, under a moonless sky. The absence of any glare...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Mario Carr
Canada | Jul 30, 2015
Drought affects forests for years: study-Image1

Drought affects forests for years: study

Dry trees: Study says drought affects forests for years, changes climate models

News | Jul 30, 2015
Back in the boat

Hamilton’s Marilyn Korzekwa’s success in becoming first person to swim from Nova Scotia to New Brunswick to PEI benefits Good Shepherd Centre

Last Sunday morning, Korzekwa became the first person to swim from Nova Scotia to New Brunswick and then Prince Edward Island...

Ancaster News | by Debra Downey

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