Barry Coe
Nov 23, 2015 | Add Comment | Ancaster News

Young voices stir deep emotions on Remembrance Day

Barry Coe

My mind drifted back to my first recollection of Remembrance Day. I was five years old and with my...

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COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Renovated Children’s Museum reopens doors

A popular Hamilton attraction is ready to reopen its doors to the city. We’re thrilled to share that the Hamilton Children’s...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Karen McCartney
Columns | Nov 23, 2015

Some tips to help find the right financial adviser: Mayers

Everyone wants good advice. But where do you find it? Here are some tips

OurWindsor.Ca | by Adam Mayers
Editorial | Nov 19, 2015
Parliament Hill

Helping refugees in need is the Canadian way

So turning a blind eye or a deaf ear to plight of Syrian refugees is not in Hamilton’s DNA.

Dundas Star News
Columns | Nov 19, 2015

GROWING GREEN: Forcing spring bulbs to winter bloom

It’s fall, but I’d like you to think spring in the winter. If you start now you can have a little bit of that springtime...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Helen MacPherson
Columns | Nov 17, 2015

Former CEO puts out money books for kids: Roseman

A search for a gift for her niece turned into a new business for Teresa Cascioli, who helped turn around Lakeport Brewing

OurWindsor.Ca | by Ellen Roseman
Columns | Nov 16, 2015

A nasty November and slow growth ahead: Mayers

The financial impact of the events in Paris may be muted, but even so the economic outlook is weaker with a lower dollar in...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Adam Mayers
Columns | Nov 12, 2015
Gordon Cameron

Looking for Ontario Junior Citizens past and future

For the last 35 years the program has recognized the best of our province’s youth between the ages of six and 17 — young...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Gordon Cameron
Editorial | Nov 12, 2015
Education Centre

Province, school boards and unions need to build a better contract negotiation process

Under the Liberals two-tier negotiating strategy, implemented the past year, the ideas was for the province to focus on the...

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