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Abortion pill RU-486 approved by Health Canada: Huffington Post Canada report

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WEALTH MATTERS: Change your career without destroying your financial life

You shouldn't spend most of your days doing work that doesn't fulfill you, no matter how much money you make doing it. But...

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Education | 10 hours ago
New high school conceptual drawing

School artificial-turf fields no cause for cheers, councillor says

Plans for an artificial-turf playing field at the proposed new Nora Frances Henderson high school on the south Mountain...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Richard Leitner
Ontario | 16 hours ago

Ontario Métis face higher cancer risk: study

Ontario Métis face higher cancer risk than non-aboriginal residents: study

Community | 17 hours ago
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Ancaster Agricultural Society hosts summer camp for kids

The Ancaster Agricultural Society’s summer camp focuses on the importance of agriculture, rural life, farm animals, crafts...

Ancaster News | by Debra Downey
News | 22 hours ago
Roof repair

Westoby Ice Surface in Dundas gets $249,750 from FedDev Ontario for roof repair

The Harper government approved a total of up to $847,976 for projects at Westfield Heritage Village, Carlisle Arena and...

Dundas Star News | by Debra Downey
News | 23 hours ago
Another expansion

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Two years after a major 80,000-square-foot expansion of one of its two manufacturing facilities in the Ancaster Business...

Ancaster News | by Kevin Werner
Environment | Jul 29, 2015
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Pilot project seeks to curb urban runoff into Spencer Creek

If you live in Dundas, have property drainage issues and want to make sure you’re not contributing to the harmful effects of...

Dundas Star News | by Richard Leitner
World | Jul 28, 2015
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South Korea sees end of MERS threat after outbreak killed 36

South Korea sees end of MERS threat in country after outbreak killed 36, sickened nearly 200

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