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ASHLEY AND ERIKA
Ashley Short, 30, left, and Erika Alexander, 32, granddaughter of the late Ontario lieutenant governor Lincoln Alexander. The two are waiting in a...
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Hamiltonians wait in tents in earthquake-ravaged Nepal

Bill Dunphy

At least five Hamiltonians were in Nepal when Saturday’s earthquake struck, including Lincoln...

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Remembrance Day bill gets rough ride

Bill to make Nov. 11 'legal' holiday stalled in Parliament, unlikely to survive

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Canada unprepared for next tech wave: study

Deloitte study says few Canadian businesses ready for next wave of tech change

News | 3 hours ago

Families seek word of missing in Nepal

Frustration for Canadians seeking help following Nepal earthquake

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Harper hockey tweet among popular in 2014

Harper's hockey bet among most popular world leader tweets in 2014: study

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P.E.I. party leaders focus on trust in debate

PEI party leaders holding first of two election campaign debates tonight

Local | 11 hours ago
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IN BRIEF: Stunt driving charge laid in Kitchener; Waterloo couple defrauded; Cambridge bank robbed

A 47-year-old Kitchener man faces charges of stunt driving, speeding and failing to surrender his driver’s permit after...

Waterloo Region Record
Ontario | 11 hours ago

Kashechewan evacuation nearing completion

Chief Derek Stephen orders Kashechewan's entire evacuation, even pets

Local | 11 hours ago
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“Embarrassed in front of the world:” Stadium woes put Pan Am ‘at risk’ says councillor

“The Pan Am Games are now at risk,” says committee chair Lloyd Ferguson, adding the city risks being “embarrassed in front of...

Hamilton Spectator | by Matthew Van Dongen

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