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Free art camp for youth ages 6-16
The Natural Genius Summer Art Camp will run July 8-12 at McMaster Innovation Park
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Volunteer creativity shines through for Dr. Bob Kemp Hospice
A spaghetti dinner for 800, a boys’ night out, a haunted Halloween party and a scenic pond tour are some notable examples.
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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"
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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."
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Dr. Bob Hospice ‘the happiest sad place on Earth’
Family does everything it can to promote, support end-of-life care facility
At the Mountain market this Saturday
First of the season strawberries and raspberries arrive.
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GROWING GREEN: Some things are made to grow together, like beans, corn and squash
Just like humans, plants have relationships with each other.
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Caring companies flock to Relay for Life
PT Health encourages staff to have fun as they raise money
Gutsy Walk to raise cash for bowel disease research
Inflammatory bowel disease affects nearly 250,000 people across Canada — about one in every 150 people.
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THE SKY THIS MONTH: Our diminishing night sky
Light pollution is destroying the night sky.
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Gather your friends and family for annual Relay for Life
Shari Levine’s chocolate brown eyes sparkle, her cheeks glow and her mane of long, luxurious dark hair glistens.
Ten experts to speak at Lupus symposium June 23
The biggest symposium on lupus in nearly two decades
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Battle this weekend
Discover Canadian heritage and relive first-hand the thrill and pageantry of the battle that was the turning point of the War of 1812 during the annual Re-enactment of the Battle of Stoney Creek this weekend.
Photo contest for Hamilton and its twins
To celebrate the city and its 10 twin cities around the world.
Case for Kids Sunday
Grandmothers walk on June 8
The fourth annual Stride to Turn the Tide, a national walk to raise funds and awareness for African grandmothers caring for children orphaned by AIDS, is being held June 8 in Hamilton.
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Pioneering media mogul prepares to tie the knot
More than five decades ago, Jean Craig became a local media pioneer. Today she’s proving it’s never too late to find love.
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Spartans support Relay for Life
Charity garage sale this Saturday.
GROWING GREEN: Clematis give garden some low maintenance beauty
Of the approximately 30 different clematis in my garden you will not see many large flowered ones.
 
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