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MP David Sweet says PM safe
Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale Conservative MP David Sweet is applauding security forces for their quick reaction after gun shots rang out at the National War Memorial and on Parliamentary Hill in Ottawa Oct. 22 striking a soldier.
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MP David Sweet reports House of Commons colleagues are safe
Ancaster Dundas Flamborough Westdale MP David Sweet is reporting there is no danger to Canada’s prime minister during the current crisis at the House of Commons.

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Friday, October, 17, 2014 - 5:05:46 PM
Leanne Pluthero selling T-shirts to help save Ancaster’s Hermitage ruins "Great article and thank you so much for writing this up! So glad to spread the word!"
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Friday, October, 17, 2014 - 6:06:05 AM
LETTER: Can’t sit back and let ISIS expand at will "ISIS is hardly Hitler who had created a regime in a country that already exists and not trying to carve one out of two other destablized countries. It is curious the author would rather commit ineffectual attacks that will draw further extremist atte"
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Saturday, October, 11, 2014 - 5:05:15 PM
Will Hamilton's next mayor have urban or suburban vision and priorities? "As a suburbanite, and supporter of the city I'm pretty sure this part is wrong, "This will be the first time a mayoral candidate is trumpeting Hamilton’s suburbs to have a place at the decision-making table rather than just being the cash cow that "
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Workload study doesn’t back hiring more cops, Hamilton police services board chair Lloyd Ferguson says
The chair of Hamilton’s police services board says he doesn’t see the need to hire more officers because a new report shows calls for service are going down.
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Bay Area Restoration Council representatives visit Fessenden School
Erin Lou, left, Kendall Bezemer, Alanna Gordon, Jack Byerley, Eddie Causevic and Edris Lufti paint yellow fish on storm drains in the Fessenden School neighbourhood to raise awareness about protecting Hamilton’s water.
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Dundas Ward 13 council candidates debate development
Future use of Parkside site among issues raised.
McHattie says mayoral race is between him and Eisenberger
Hamilton mayoral candidate Brian McHattie says former mayor Fred Eisenberger “hasn’t earned the right” become the next chief magistrate of the city.
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Hamilton mayoral candidates embrace Peoples' Platform Agenda
Most of Hamilton’s mayoral candidates can agree on at least one issue, that the city must reach out to citizens to hear their voices when politicians are debating the tough issues of the day.
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Directors Tamara Kamermans and George Thomas launch Dundas Little Theatre season with two one-act plays
Infidelity steps into the spotlight as Dundas Little Theatre launches its 54th season with two one-act plays, The Browning Version and How He Lied to Her Husband.
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South Wentworth Plowing Match takes to the fields at Normelean Farms in Ancaster
Event was hosted by the Vansickle and Cranston families and featured plowing with horses, antique tractors, plows and modern equipment.
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Stoney Creek artist Andrew Haines gets high praise for Nelson Mandela glass art
Artwork will be displayed at one of two Mandela historic sites in South Africa.
Eisenberger says “millions” of dollars can be saved if service delivery report is implemented
Hamilton mayoral candidate Fred Eisenberger has castigated his two main opponents, Brad Clark and Brian McHattie, for sitting on their hands while ignoring potentially lucrative saving opportunities that could improve city services to suburban areas.
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Dundas farmers market vendors ManoRun and Dawson’s Hot Sauce team for beneficial event
Brodie Dawson, founder of Dawson’s Hot Sauce, recently demonstrated to eager interns at ManoRun Organic Farm the process of making hot sauce using fresh, organic peppers grown on the farm.
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Leanne Pluthero selling T-shirts to help save Ancaster’s Hermitage ruins
Leanne Pluthero was a 16-year-old with a heart for history and a passion for the paranormal when she was introduced to Ancaster’s Hermitage homestead.
Hamilton TV personality needs help to pay for last-chance cancer treatment
Former CHCH TV weather reporter Nicola Jones fighting the late stages of an aggressive cancer
James Mountain Road access to close this weekend
Access that connects West 5th Street and James Street South will be closed so crews can safely remove and rebuild two retaining walls along the escarpment.
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Stoney Creek's Ward 9 candidates address King Street reconstruction issue
Contenders respond in their own words.
Ward 9 candidate Lee Austin says vandal put sugar in his gas tank
Council contender alleges dirty campaigning in Stoney Creek
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30 take oath of citizenship at Hamilton Mountain school
Special ceremony during Citizenship Week
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