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Brian McHattie column: School closure approach by City Hamilton, Hamilton Wentworth District School Board irresponsible
Ainslie Wood, Westdale and Dundas neighbourhoods have a lot in common - both with vibrant business areas, McMaster University and spectacular geography strongly influenced by Cootes Paradise Marsh and Forest, and the Niagara Escarpment with Dundas Valley to the southwest and the bay to the northeast.
GROWING GREEN: Plan a succession of blooms to keep bees coming back
What do single, purple and tubular blooms have in common? Bees!
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Tuesday, July, 29, 2014 - 7:07:41 PM
Nora Frances Henderson to be honoured as this year’s Greatest Hamiltonian "This is great BUT they took her name off the Nora Francis Henderson Hospital because someone had more money to spend. The same thing happened to Victor K. Copps Coliseum."
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Tuesday, July, 29, 2014 - 12:12:04 PM
LETTER: Pro-life group wrong to target business frequented by families "Well said, and I couldn't agree more. A couple weeks ago this group was set up at the on and off ramps to the Linc at Upper Wentworth. They were also too cowardly to sit in front of their signs, with their faces showing. I cannot see the point of thi"
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Friday, July, 25, 2014 - 12:12:22 PM
Ancaster women cut their hair to make wigs for cancer patients "Thank you Ancaster News for coming out to cover our special event. We appreciate the support and encouragement from our community and it made the day event more exciting."
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Ancaster councillor Lloyd Ferguson’s column
Congratulations Al Gordon, Frank Ernest, Bill Grahlman and Julian D’Angela for being among four recipients of Hamilton’s 19th Annual Senior of the Year Awards, held June 24 at a sold-out gala at Michelangelo’s Conference Centre.
COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Growing up behind Mountain Hardware
Concession Street memories
LETTER: Hard to sympathize over Cardinal Heights
Re: Under review (July 17)
LETTER: Pro-life group wrong to target business frequented by families
Families with children do not seem likely to be the most abortion-minded people.
Ancaster's Spring Valley Arena renovation miscalculation must be record
I was not surprised to learn councillor Lloyd Ferguson was “blown away” when city staff advised him that the renovation to dressing rooms at Spring Valley Arena had jumped from $400,000 to $1.2 million.
Blame MPP McMeekin and Premier Wynne for Dundas' Parkside closure
MPP Ted McMeekin and Premier Kathleen Wynne should be thoroughly condemned for the closure of Parkside High School, the only secondary school located in downtown Dundas.
Hamilton Community News leads the way in cancer fight with Relay for Life support
Thank you to Hamilton Community News and senior editor Debra Downey for their support of the 2014 Relay for Life Ancaster Dundas and their commitment to the Canadian Cancer Society Hamilton Wentworth unit. They have joined over 70,000 others across Ontario to celebrate, remember and fight back against cancer.
LETTER: Thanks to thoughtful worker who helped me
I would like to thank the lady at the cheese counter at Fortinos on Mall Road July 6 for assisting me
COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: The rare gem that runs through Hamilton
Once upon a time in a city called Hamilton there was an idea to build a world-class facility, then called (a mouthful): The Red Hill Valley Niagara Escarpment World Biosphere Reserve Interpretive Centre.
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Liberal MPP Ted McMeekin reflects on Canada Day
Like most of you, Canada Day makes me feel both proud and fortunate.
Hamilton police under Chief De Caire doing a great job
In my opinion the re-appointment of Chief Glenn De Caire is a good thing for the City of Hamilton and the surrounding suburbs.
HWDSB house system in Ancaster must respect freedom
Thank you for bringing this item to our attention again.
Beloved Jerseyville dog back home
On Saturday, June 28, at about 10:30 p.m., I was taking my daughter’s dog for a little walk on Sunnyridge Road in Jerseyville.
COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Hands-on fun with summer reading club
This year’s TD Summer Reading Club activities are designed to engage Hamilton families in the spirit of curiosity and hands-on discovery with programming to encourage making friends, making time, making a mess and making memories.
LETTER: Lillian Orban stood up for everyone’s interests
Re: Trustee’s final goal to preserve Hill Park land for public use (July 3)
LETTER: Time to crack down on garbage day thieves
Re: City fights back against copper thieves, May 1
 
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