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Ancaster/Dundas riding relegated to the political hinterland
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Sunday, April, 20, 2014 - 12:12:44 PM
Dundas wins Allan Cup in overtime "congratulations to the Dundas Real McCoys; Donnie Robertson brought the AC tourney here, and the team made sure the Allan Cup stays here! It was great to be right at the game and see a great moment in Dundas history being realized! Craig, I finally"
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Thursday, April, 17, 2014 - 7:07:05 PM
Veterans’ tombstones dumped at Hamilton city cemetery "[...] up its mess Last week Hamilton Community News reporter Richard Leitner broke the story of how the shattered grave markers of several veterans were found dumped over the side of a bluff at the city-owned Woodland [...]"
Comment by City needs to clean up its mess | Your online community newspaper for Hamilton, Ontario and area
Thursday, April, 17, 2014 - 12:12:07 AM
Is registration the right answer? "[...] April, 16, 2014 - 6:06:26 PM LETTER: Lobbyist registry ensures accountability, transparency re: Is registration the right answer? (Editorial, April 10) After reading your editorial, I reflected back 10 years ago when the present voluntary lob"
Comment by LETTER: Lobbyist registry ensures accountability, transparency | Your online community newspaper for Hamilton, Ontario and area
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Will keep residents updated on Foothills of Winona
I’d like to thank everyone who attended a meeting, called or e-mailed regarding the Foothills of Winona proposed development, where the applicant took the development application out of the public process and went straight to the OMB (Ontario Municipal Board).
Think of aging as race well won
Barry Coe was right on in his recent editorial.
Defibrillators really do save lives
We would like to send our heartfelt appreciation to Dr. Persadie, Dr. Sellins, Dr. Oliver and the nurses who saved my aunt's life at Olympic Park in Dundas last Saturday.
Hikes result of unrealistic demands, weak politicians
No doubt the writer's observations with regard to the dedication of his fellow teachers is correct but to then suggest, "We need to support public-sector employees and unions as they fight for the rights of all people," is a real stretch of the imagination.
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Lend helping hand on Saturday
This Saturday, Sept 29, I encourage you and your family to assist the Dundas Community Food Drive co-ordinated through the efforts of Dundas Community Services and the Salvation Army Family Centre.
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GROWING GREEN: Gardeners can help majestic Monarchs
My cat called me outside the other day. His incessant meows led me to a clump of red flame zinnias swarming with monarch butterflies.
skythismonth
THE SKY THIS MONTH: Take a journey to furthest reaches of the universe in October
Do you know the difference between the Super Bowl and a Super Nova?
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DUSTY CORNERS: Let’s save Barton High memory
Retain a part or all of the existing high school as a recreation centre, cultural centre and board of education museum.
COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Books are the foundation, but libraries offer so much more
That’s the great thing about Hamilton Public Library — we’re old and new.
Laws don’t apply on open country roads
A portion of my letter, Groups of cyclists are just having good, healthy fun, Sept. 6, Hamilton Community News, was edited, leaving out a very important part where I specifically addressed the laws about cycling.
Issue is whether province of Ontario can afford it
The issue is not if educators are good, or not.
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DUSTY CORNERS: The Concession Street Fall Fest
Unfortunately, I was not well enough to attend the annual Concession Street Fall Fest, held on the parking lot of the Royal Bank on Saturday the 15th.
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EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: News business is still thriving
Twenty years ago this week, the Toronto Star opened its $400-million printing facility in Vaughan.
LETTER: Unions still have a place in 2012
re: Unions priced jobs off this continent (Letters, Sept. 13)
LETTER: It’s all about respecting everyone
re: Legal challenge fails to sway school trustees on gay equity (Sept. 13)
LETTER: Parents not providing raw material to mould
re: Legal challenge fails to sway school trustees on gay equity (Sept. 13)
 
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