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Holiday Train For the Food Bank

HAMILTON, ON – Canadian Pacific (CP) Holiday Train is back for its 19th year in an effort to raise money, food and awareness for local food banks. The annual event features Canadian music stars Jim Cuddy, Devin Cuddy and Kelly Prescott.

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Holiday Markets Open Sunday Nov 12

You might have read about the 26th Christmas in Paris over on Bob’s Top 5 and in the spirit of Holiday Markets where you can find local hand made items and art for the Holiday season there are a few other events

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Special Weather Statement November 5th

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for much of Southern Ontario regarding the rainfall that is expected Today and into the evening. This statement has been upgraded to a warning closer to the lake through the Simcoe, Caledonia,

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Halloween Happenings Sunday October 29

If you’re looking for a way to enjoy your Halloween ahead of time there are some Halloween Happenings Today that you can take part in!   Starting off in the Kitchener-Waterloo region there is the Howl-o-ween parade going from Kitchener

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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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403 Construction Ends Soon

Motorists will have to endure traffic tie-ups along Highway 403 during peak hours for a few more weeks until the resurfacing project is complete along the busy roadway. Sadie Lapshinoff, spokesperson for the Ministry of Transportation, said the $11.2-million project

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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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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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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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City Of Hamilton Waterfront Proposals

City of Hamilton planners have been working on proposals for the Hamilton Waterfront for the promenade at Pier 8; having come up with 6 separate proposals that they released highlight images of. The city envisions it as a 30-meter-wide strip

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Albion Falls Trespassing

If you haven’t been to Albion falls in a little while you may not have noticed the increase of signs and police presence at the falls. In July an increase in the enforcement of trespassing bylaw was declared to help

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Hamilton Dish

According to a reader’s poll in the Hamilton Spectator, Hamiltonians have named the doughnuts from Grandad’s as the one dish that best represents the city. The bakery produces 2,500 to 3,500 each day, some in flavours that aren’t available anywhere

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch June 18

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for the region on June 18th.   Severe thunderstorm watch in effect for: Guelph – Erin – Southern Wellington County Kitchener – Cambridge – Region of Waterloo Mount Forest – Arthur – Northern

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