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Hamilton program provides transitional housing and support to keep men from reoffending
The Bridge covers gap after prison release
Lyme disease fundraiser at Mohawk College in Hamilton features movie highlighting new research
Lyme Ontario is screening the movie “Under Our Skin, Part 2: Emergence,”

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Sunday, October, 26, 2014 - 1:01:51 PM
McHattie says mayoral race is between him and Eisenberger "This all coming from a person that has waited until now to "visit" Hamilton, or should I say, the parts of Hamilton that did not seem to matter to him until now? As for the Fred/Larry connection it seems a bit late to be stating the obvious.But I wil"
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Sunday, October, 26, 2014 - 1:01:03 PM
Clark says McHattie has ‘conflict of interest’ to be Hamilton’s mayor "All the smart people will vote for Brad Clark, as he is the only one who wants to lower property taxes, instead of raising them like Fred and Brian want to do, to fund their pipe-dreams like LRT. We need to improve what we have first, before spending"
Comment by MAW
Sunday, October, 26, 2014 - 1:01:36 PM
Editorial: Hamilton's People's Platform amounts to input by the few "Obviously not many people were consulted above the escarpment. Not surprised Politicians are telling them what they want to hear."
Comment by MAW
GROWING GREEN: Beware of garden thugs
Mount Hamilton Horticultural Society column
Hamilton Public Library's Concession branch calls for mystery writers
Mystery Writing Challenge for adults
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Ancaster Senior Achievement Centre performers entertain at Redeemer to mark 40th anniversary
Close to 200 residents 55 years of age and over are polishing their dance shoes, tuning up their vocal cords and perfecting their exercise moves in preparation for the Ancaster Senior Achievement Centre’s 40th Anniversary Jubilee.
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Carnegie Gallery’s TBA hosts inaugural show by Dianne Bos, curated by Jody Joseph
The soaring, light-filled spaces of the Carnegie Gallery’s recently completed atrium is currently hosting its inaugural show.
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Routes Youth Centre, Copetown Lions get ready for a wing night feast
Tickets are $18 in advance, youth six to 10, $10 and 5 and under free.
Bookmobile’s annual colouring contest underway
The Hamilton Public Library Bookmobile program is holding its annual Pumpkin Colouring Contest.
Concession branch of Hamilton Public Library holding spooky stories contest for kids
Joanne Levy, a Red Maple-nominated children’s author, is judging the contest
Senior safety focus of seminar at Sackville Hill Seniors Recreation Centre
Fall prevention focus of ‘Healthy, Safe and Strong’
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Theatre Ancaster presents Jesus Christ Superstar
Jesus Christ Superstar is the show to see this fall, and tickets can be reserved only by phone at 905-304-SHOW (7469) beginning right after Thanksgiving.
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Hamilton Mountain seniors building gardens honoured
Best edible garden award
Free forum on muscular sclerosis at Carmen’s Wednesday
Carrie MacLean is sharing her story about her determination to take control and rise to the challenges of MS
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Dundas Little Theatre launches season with works by George Bernard Shaw and Terence Rattigan
Dundas Little Theatre opens its 54th season with two one-act plays — The Browning Version by Terence Rattigan and How He Lied to Her Husband by George Bernard Shaw.
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Linda McFeeters, Dundas Valley Power bringing Provincial Classic Powerlifting Championships to Hamilton
Growing up in a perfect little world surrounded by the love and adoration of her family, Linda McFeeters didn’t know she was different until the first day of kindergarten.
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Students invited to enter Royal Canadian Legion’s Remembrance Day Poster and Literary Contest
Students have the opportunity to showcase their talents with the Royal Canadian Legion’s Annual Remembrance Day Poster and Literary Contest.
GROWING GREEN: Bring in the outdoors
Having a few friends or family over for dinner? Maybe you’d like to make a small floral arrangement for the table.
Get your will made and help a charity in October
Free Wills Month will visit Guelph, Hamilton, London, Sudbury and Windsor in the hope of raising about half a million dollars of future income for the charities.
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