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Minority support results in Liberal majority government
Ontario Liberals are returning to Queen’s Park with a majority government despite winning the support of just 20 per cent of eligible voters.
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Hudak resigns as Liberals win majority
After a second surprising defeat within three years to the Liberals, Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak announced he is resigning as party leader.

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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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Horwath has no regrets ‘whatsoever’ for pushing election
NDP leader Andrea Horwath is promising that her party will continue to fight for jobs, healthcare, public services and “the affordability of everyday life” in Ontario, even if it’s lost the balance of power it had to push its agenda at Queen’s Park.
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Monique Taylor humbled to be re-elected
“I’m honoured that the people have put their trust in me and they believe in me to deliver for them,” says Hamilton Mountain MPP
Miller shocked by Liberal majority
"I don't know what the people in Toronto are thinking," says Hamilton East-Stoney Creek MPP
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ADFW remains Liberal red
The future of Liberal incumbent Ted McMeekin was never in doubt on election night as the veteran politician took an early lead and never looked back.
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Hudak wins Niagara West-Glanbrook, but steps down as party leader
Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak has won Niagara West-Glanbrook, but has decided to step down as leader of the Progressive Conservative Party.
Paul Miller cruised to victory in Hamilton East-Stoney Creek
Paul Miller looks to be cruising to victory in Hamilton East–Stoney Creek.
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Horwath easily holds Hamilton Centre
Andrea Horwath easily wins Hamilton Center
Polls closed, results coming soon
It's now after 9 p.m. and the polls have officially closed. We are expecting results to start to trickle in soon.
Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale election liveblog
To help bring you the latest news and results from the Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale riding, the Ancaster News and the Dundas Star News had teamed up with the Flamborough Review to bring you a liveblog of all the action. Reporters Catherine O’Hara, Mac Christie and Craig Campbell will be keeping you abreast of everything you need to know.
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Voting day is here
Polls are now open. Voting will take place across the province until 9 p.m. so be sure to get out there and do your civic duty and cast your ballot. If you are still undecided as to who will get your vote, see our coverage of the election at
Mountain candidates criticize job losses from Hamilton
Hamilton Mountain Progressive Conservative candidate Albert Marshall continued to questioned Liberal candidate Javid Mirza’s decision to relocate part of his family-owned business, Seven Star Sports, to China.
LETTER: GO bus station on Mountain before LRT
This letter is for the Hamilton MPP candidates.
Hudak says unions ignore ‘little guy’
Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak targeted Working Families Inc., a union-back group, for hiring an American public relations company to make their television advertisements that have been hammering the party for years.
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Mike Vukovich’s editorial cartoons
A look at local issues through the pen of Hamilton Community News cartoonist Mike Vukovich.
Political disconnect
Are Ontario voters actually listening to the provincial candidates who want to govern this province?
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