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If You Use Baby Talk You’re Not Alone

If you’re one of those parents who uses Baby Talk (also known as Motherese) on your infant then researches want you to know that you are among the norm. Researchers have said that, not only is the musical and somewhat

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Wind Warning Issued For Hamilton – Expanded

Update: The Wind Warning has been expanded to include more areas of Southern Ontario including Brant County, Kitchener Waterloo, and more.   Wind warning in effect for: City of Hamilton Brantford – County of Brant Kitchener – Cambridge – Region

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Environment Canada Special Weather Statement

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement which affects a large portion of Southern Ontario as there is an expectation of some heavy rains in the area.   Special weather statement in effect for:   Brantford – County of

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Monty Hall Dead At 96

Winnipeg Native and famed Game Show host Monty Hall, born Monte Halperin, has passed away at the age of 96 at his home in Beverly Hills on Saturday. Born the son of a Butcher in Winnipeg in 1921 Monte Halperin

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Blue Jays Still Entertaining

The Blue Jays are wrapping up a series against the New York Yankees this afternoon, it’s a series that saw the Yankees clinch a playoff spot Yesterday, they still have a shot at the division title as well, while the

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Heat Warning Issued For Southern Ontario

Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for most of Southern Ontario for Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017.   Heat Warning in effect for: Kitchener – Cambridge – Region of Waterloo Brantford – County of Brant City of Hamilton Burlington –

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Too Soon? Eggnog On Sale In Western Canada

It is no surprise that stores stocking Holiday items early has been more and more common, even before Halloween you can see Christmas decorations in stores. But the summer has yet to end and fall is typically the season for

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Hamilton Angel Statue Stolen Had Ashes Inside – Returned Safe

Sometimes people get it in their heads to take things that aren’t theirs. Sometimes it’s just because they think it is beautiful, or that it would be funny to do so, lawn ornaments have been a frequent victim of this.

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Waterloo Police Want More Graffiti

Waterloo Regional Police are asking people to use a little graffiti to do some good. They are participating in the #WalkTheChalk movement which uses sidewalk chalk on school routes to give helpful and useful tips and positive messages to kids

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Hamilton Labour Day Parade Route

The City of Hamilton Labour Day Parade is going to be causing some detours starting this morning at 9:30 and lasting until 12:30 this afternoon. If you had been planning a trip through the area be aware that there are

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Open And Closed Labour Day Monday

It’s the last long weekend of the summer and the last weekend before the kids go back to school. If you’re trying to plan your day here is a list of what is open and closed on Monday.   Hamilton:

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Hamilton School Board Bus Shortage

Due to a shortage of bus drivers the Hamilton School Board is warning parents that there could be delays this coming first week of school. The Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board (HWDSB), and Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board (HCWDSB) are both

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Chase The Ace Makes Millionaires

You might have seen a 50/50 draw before, they are very popular at fund raisers of all sorts, from churches to Jack & Jills they have helped raise money for years. But it is safe to say that you have

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Lunchtime Trivia Friday, September 1

Our question Today came from a little bit about the origins of Labour Day in Canada: In 2015, 5.1 million of these were made daily in Canada. What are they?   The answer eluded for a while but eventually a

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Your Coulrophobia Is About To Be Tested

If you are someone who suffers from Coulrophobia, fear of clowns, your ability to endure is about to be put to the test because Stephen King’s IT has a new release coming to theatres next weekend and it is sure

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